Brian: 5 Years with Back Cove Yachts

In our latest interview we caught up with Brian, who recently celebrated five years with Back Cove Yachts. Brian began in decking, and in the time since he has established himself as a go-to for help of all kinds. Now, in his role as Purchasing Agent, he puts all his friendly helpfulness to expert use, keeping the production lines running smoothly and ensuring everyone has what they need when they need it. Thanks Brian, from everyone here at Back Cove Yachts!


We went into the archives to find pictures of Brian (left) from his five years at Back Cove.

Do you have a lucky number?

11 – my birthday is on 11/11 and I’m the 11th of 13 siblings. The oldest of us is 73, I’m 49, and the youngest is 45. It’s been a few years, but we occasionally get everyone together for a Christmas party. 

If you could learn any instrument what would you play?

Guitar or Saxophone.

Tell me about something that was difficult but made you a better person:

Overcoming the death of my parents at a young age.

If you could send a message back through time to your younger self what would you say?

Enjoy life and travel more. 

Tell me about the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen:

The birth of my four boys.

Tell me about the person who has impacted your life the most:

My mother.

What do you cook when no one else is home?

Grilled Cheese. 

What is your dream car?

69 Camero SS

What are you best at?

Helping others.

What are you most proud of?

My boys.

If you had to sell everything you own, and could only keep one thing, what would it be?

A photo album of my family.

Tell me one thing that none of your coworkers know about you:

I have eight brothers and four sisters, and I’m the only lefty in my family.


What is your theme song and why?

The theme song from Rocky – it inspires me. 

What’s something your mother taught you that you’ve never foregotten?

Always be respectful to others.

What’s the most important thing you learned in school?

How important friends are. 

Tell me about your best childhood friend:

My neighbor. We did everything together and most nights I ate dinner at his house or vice versa. 

Tell me about your earliest childhood memory:

Riding the school bus with a broken arm when I was five years old. 

What movie, no matter how many times you’ve seen it, do you have to watch every time it’s on?

Shawshank Redemption.

How honest are you?


What super power would you like to have?

Teleportation. My youngest son helped me come up with that one.

What’s your favorite dessert?

Cheesecake with strawberries

What’s your favorite song of all time?

Every Rose Has It’s Thorn, by Poison

Is it ever okay to break the rules?


Name one thing that always makes you smile, no matter what:

My boys.

What is your least favorite thing about the world today?

The government. 


When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

A successful business owner.

When you’re 80 what story will you tell your grandchildren?

How easy things were without technology.

If you won a million dollars what would you spend it on?

My friends and family.

If you could talk to someone who has passed away who would it be and what would you say?

My mom – I miss you and I wish you could be with me.

Would you rather be deaf or blind?


Brian: 5 Years with Back Cove Yachts
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