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Back Cove 41

The Back Cove 41, the latest and largest in the Maine builder’s single-diesel Down East express fleet, should excel as a platform “for couples who want to get into some serious cruising,” says Bentley Collins, vice president of sales and marketing for Back Cove and sister brand Sabre Yachts.



Hinckley Talaria 43

The launch of the Hinckley Talaria 43 marks the Maine builder’s third boat in four years. The T43 sports a new feature designed to link the cockpit to the rest of the boat. The pilothouse’s aft glass enclosure has a door and windows that retract with the touch of a button, creating an open express-style saloon.



SeaVee 390-Z

SeaVee Boats has launched a series of center consoles with stepped hulls — the Z Series — that offer better efficiency and overall performance. I checked out the 390-Z late last year, and the 32- and 34-footers should be ready for viewing at the Miami International Boat Show in February.



Sea Ray 510 Fly

The Sea Ray 510 Fly offers plenty of living accommodations for cruising but also an “outdoor, 360-degree experience,” says Ron Berman, Brunswick Corp. vice president of product development and engineering. “The flybridge is so expansive and feature-rich on this boat. The cockpit becomes an extension of the saloon, and the flybridge is your rooftop patio.”



Nordic Tug 39 Flybridge

Nordic Tugs has introduced a new version of its 39-footer with a lower-profile flybridge that has a redesigned helm and joystick-like docking control. “We have always been known for the great view from our flybridges, and with this lower profile it is even better,” says Ben Wilde, owner of Wilde Yacht Sales, a Nordic Tugs dealer in Essex, Conn. “The visibility is absolutely staggering.”



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