This very nicely presented Back Cove 33 is powered by a single 425hp Cummins and is equipped with Side Power bow and stern thrusters. Capable of cruising at 20 knots, she is in her element whether she’s traveling up and down the coast or taking the family out on the water for the weekend. With an impressive inventory, a two-pack exterior hull paint and a recent electronics upgrade, she is great value for money and has proven to be a very reliable, safe and efficient cruiser. Built in Maine (USA), Back Cove Yachts are renowned for their excellent build quality and sea keeping ability.
This vessel is available for inspection in north Queensland by appointment.
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Street Address: C19, Gold Coast City Marina, 76-84 Waterway Drive, Coomera QLD 4209
Postal Address: P O Box 765, Runaway Bay, Queensland 4216
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The Back Cove 33 is a larger yacht with the same simple features, usability and maintenance which have built the popularity of the Back Cove brand. Below deck is a large and comfortable vee-berth, convertible L-settee with a beautifully inlaid salon table. To starboard we created a large head with separate stall shower. On the helm deck, a full galley stretches out aft of the helm seat and to port is a dinette where four adults can sit to enjoy a meal. The inlaid table is a fine example of the Maine boat builder's craftsmanship and tradition, which is evident throughout the Back Cove 33. Forward of the dinette, a double mate's seat is a comfortable perch for the navigator. The helm deck is airy and bright with overhead hatches, opening side windows and a center opening windshield. A Stidd helm chair provides comfort for the helmsman underway. In her cockpit a large bench seat allows comfortable lounging while underway or when anchored in a peaceful cove. Engine access is extraordinary, as the helm deck, including the port side dinette, raises to expose the yacht's mechanical systems.