Power & Motoryacht

Back Cove 340

Consider the Back Cove 34O. To call the new, outboard-powered vessel from the traditional Down East builder a design departure would be short shrift. This is a new model, after all, from Sabre’s not-so-little sister company that has made their bread and butter building dependable, efficient boats in the Maine lobster-boat style—each powered by

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