New cruiser looks grand

NT News - Motoring - - MARINE GUIDE -

A STYLISH new­comer will soon hit the cruis­ing mar­ket in Aus­tralia.

Ema­rine Aus­tralia is all set to take de­liv­ery of the new Back Cove 30, which is due to reach Aus­tralian shores early next month.

With the ea­ger own­ers scor­ing Hull No.2, and an­other al­ready pre-sold into Aus­tralia, the new Back Cove model looks set to make a big im­pact in the high-qual­ity 30 cruis­ing mar­ket.

Re­plac­ing the pop­u­lar Back Cove 29 (the model that launched Back Cove in 2003), the new 30 char­ac­terises Back Cove’s mod­ern evo­lu­tion of a time-hon­oured style.

The Back Cove 30, with its tra­di­tional spoon bow, deep vee and stylish, gen­tly slop­ing tran­som, of­fers the el­e­gance of a tra­di­tional Maine lob­ster boat.

The hull has been con­structed us­ing state-of-the-art in­fu­sion technology for in­creased strength and re­duced weight mak­ing this model even more fuel ef­fi­cient than its pre­de­ces­sor.

In­ter­nally, the new boat fea­tures a com­fort­able V-berth that con­verts to a seat­ing area around a saloon ta­ble.

The Back Cove 30 also fea­tures a fully-equipped gal­ley along with sep­a­rate head and shower.

Cock­pit space is un­clut­tered and the helm po­si­tion of­fers clear lines of sight while large, sig­na­ture win­dows cre­ate a bright and airy space in the cock­pit deck.

The new 30 can reach cruis­ing speeds of around 20knots with the stan­dard 315hp diesel en­gine (up­grade avail­able).

With down­ward turn­ing chines for­ward, the boat will plane with lit­tle ef­fort mean­ing an ef­fi­cient tran­si­tion with lit­tle bow rise.

A bow thruster, also a stan­dard fea­ture, lends to the ef­fi­ciency of the Back Cove 30 and makes ma­noeu­vring sim­ple.

Ema­rine Aus­tralia will have the new Back Cove 30 avail­able for view­ing and tri­als dur­ing an ex­clu­sive on-wa­ter day in midSeptem­ber.

Visit www.ema­ or con­tact Jed Elderkin on 02 9417 8671.

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