Step-by-Step…building the new Downeast 37

Boy, have we been busy! It’s amazing to see how quickly the Back Cove Downeast 37 is coming together. Over the last few weeks the shop has been buzzing with activity on this new model. Below are a few images of the progress being made.  

Glenn Campbell, Product Engineer, weighs the new Yanmar engine for the Downeast 37 to help confirm weight study predictions.


We are using the new digital scale which helps improve accuracy.


The Downeast 37 will be known as an excellent day cruiser with ample space in the cockpit (over 12ft x 12 ft!) but that doesn’t mean the area down below has suffered. Here is an image of the master stateroom berth. As you can see, there is ample storage.


more storage under the berth


Below is an image of the swim platform mold under construction. 


A meeting of the minds! When building the first of any model, there are many impromptu meetings with the engineers, designers, mechanics and electricians.


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Additonal posts on the Downeast 37: 
The new Downeast 37 is comin’ together!
Every pound counts, so we could every pound!
Back Cove website


Step-by-Step...building the new Downeast 37
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