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CYGNET
2011 | 33' Back Cove 30 Downeast for Sale

2011 Back Cove

33' (10.34m) 30 - CYGNET

Experience the beauty and luxury of this 2011 Back Cove 30, a classic New England design that boasts down east styling and the finest of craftsmanship. This boat is a true masterpiece that's perfect for those who appreciate quality, attention to detail, and luxurious amenities.


Vessel ID# 2804670      Last Updated: 2023-12-21 18:13:35

$ 259,900 USD

€ 241,330 Euros
$ 350,887 CAD

Description

Experience the beauty and luxury of this 2011 Back Cove 30, a classic New England design that boasts down east styling and the finest of craftsmanship. This boat is a true masterpiece that's perfect for those who appreciate quality, attention to detail, and luxurious amenities.


Curtis Stokes & Associates is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Pier One Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Data Sheet

LOA: 33' 11" (10.34 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 2011

Beam: 11' 2"

Bridge Clearance: 11' 2"

Draft Max: 2' 8"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 2

Sleeps: 2

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: 30 Knots

Cruise Speed: 25 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 160 Gallons (605.67 Liters)

Fresh Water: 60 Gallons (227.12 Liters)

Holding Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)

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Description

"Cygnet" is a beautifully maintained pocket cruiser in prime condition and features the classic Flag Blue 2017 Awlcraft 2000, hull sides that make it stand out from the rest. It also comes with the upgraded Volvo Penta D6 370 HP with just 1028 hours, ensuring that you'll have all the power you need to cruise and explore.


Here are some Key Features on Cygnet:


  • The upgraded Volvo Penta D6 370 HP engine has been flushed with fresh water after each use with the current owner
  • NEW 2023 Stamoid enclosure for helm deck with sliding Stratoglass windows and sunshades
  • Both bow and stern SidePower thrusters make maneuverability a dream.
  • Lift Kept since 2016 when current owner purchased Cygnet
  • Garmin 7212 MFD including radar and sonar
  • Garmin Autopilot integrated with the Garmin MFD
  • Fischer Panda 4200 Generator with 120v water pump and only 221 hours
  • XM Satellite Radio Ready stereo system with CD and MP3Jack. Interior / cockpit speakers with wired remote


There is much, much more see Full Details below....


Here is what the Power Boat Guide had to say about the Back Cove 30....


"Successor to the Back Cove 29, the Back Cove 30 is a featurerich single-diesel cruiser with the signature Down East styling common to all Back Cove models to date. The 30 is longer with slightly more beam than her predecessor with a revised interior that makes her a more comfortable cruiser. The galley-down layout is typical of most day cruisers this size but the craftsmanship of the Back Cove is extraordinary. The joinery and ceilings are varnished cherry, and teak and holly sole adds just the right touch of nautical elegance. Though the Back Cove 30 doesn’t include an aft wall (bulkhead), the helm deck offers comfortable seating for six and the port settee converts to an additional berth at night. Helm visibility is excellent in this boat thanks to the large windows. Thoughtful, molded-in fiberglass storage compartments are built in everywhere, including in the base for the deluxe Arrigoni helm chair. Standard features include cherry cabinets, swim platform, transom door, and an inlaid cherrywood table below. Note the deep anchor locker. Built on a foam-cored hull with moderate beam, she’ll cruise at 20 knots (25 top) with a Yanmar 315hp diesel. An optional 370hp Yanmar or Volvo Penta will cruise at 25 knots (about 30 top)......"

Manufacturer Provided Description

The style of the Down-East lobster boat is closely associated with Maine's proud boat building heritage. The Back Cove 30 is a grand example of everything that makes the Down-East lobster boat a work of art. She has a traditional spoon bow, and her transom is gently sloped: a style that will turn heads in any harbor she enters. Below the surface, she is modern and contemporary.


A resin infused, deep-vee hull with prop recess and standard trim tabs offers a quiet and comfortable ride. Equipped with her upgraded 370hp Volvo Penta diesel, she will cruise in the mid 25 knot range and top out near 30 knots. Around the docks, you will appreciate the maneuverability provided by her standard bow thruster and if circumstances require, the upgraded stern thruster is there when you need it. Her deck hardware is as rugged as the coastline she calls home.

Accommodations

  • Beautiful Varnished Cherry interior
  • Raised settee seating aft of helmsman with Cherry and birds eye maple inlay table
  • Dinette with backrest cushions
  • Round table with inlay
  • V-berth with filler cushion
  • Shelves above berth
  • Cedar lined hanging locker
  • Reading light in dinette / berth area
  • Cherry hull ceilings
  • “Teak and Holly” laminate cabin sole
  • Overhead lighting
  • Interior/cockpit speakers with wired remote
  • Storage under dinette and forward berth

Galley:

  • Origo Alcohol / 110V single burner stove
  • Front opening AC/DC fridge
  • Drawer style slide-out refrigerator/freezer under port double seat on helm deck
  • Dinette with backrest cushion
  • Galley sink with single lever faucet & drop in cover
  • Solid surface countertop
  • Countertop cabinet
  • Sanyo Microwave built into cabinet
  • Drawer and doors below counter

Head:

  • Built-in vanity with sink
  • Solid surface countertop
  • Mirror
  • Pull out single lever faucet / shower
  • Shower drain / pump system
  • ParJabsco Fresh water electric MSD with holding tank
  • Waste tank monitor
  • Macerator for overboard discharge
  • Pump out fitting on deck
  • Stainless steel opening port with screen
  • Vent Fan



Electrical Equipment

  • Fischer Panda 4200 5.7 kw 3600 rpm Generator with 120v water pump to replace inaccessible impeller, only 221 hours
  • AC and DC control panels with polarity indicator
  • 110V AC 30-amp shore power with 50-foot cord set
  • ProMariner ProSafe FS60 Galvanic isolator
  • Xantrex True Charge2 40-amp Battery Charger
  • Two X2 Power AGM house batteries
  • Two Duracell Ultra Platinum AGM engine start batteries
  • Two 12VDC bilge pumps
  • Quick Anchor windlass with remote at helm and foot control at bow



Mechanical Systems

  • Upgraded Volvo Penta D6 370 HP engine, fresh water flushed every time Cygnet returns to her home dock
  • Upgraded Reverso oil and fluid transfer system
  • Electronic single lever engine control
  • Engine control panel with alarms and hour meter
  • Emergency cross over switch
  • Internal sea strainer
  • Fuel Filter
  • Engine room lighting
  • 1.5’’ Aquamet shaft
  • 4 Blade NiBrAl propeller
  • PSS Dripless shaft log
  • Lectrotab One-Touch Leveling LED Trim Tabs
  • Tilting helm pump driven hydraulic steering
  • Hot and Cold pressurized water (110V and engine heated)
  • SidePower bow and stern thruster with joystick control
  • Marelon sea valves on underwater thru hulls
  • 160-gallon fuel tank with 2’’ fill
  • Fireboy automatic fire extinguisher system in engine compartment (needs to be certified)



Navigational Electronics

  • Garmin 7212 Multi-Function Device with radar and sonar
  • Garmin Autopilot integrated with the Garmin MFD
  • Garmin VHF with position reporting
  • ICOM VHF with DSC
  • XM Satellite Radio Ready stereo system with CD and MP3Jack. Interior / cockpit speakers with wired remote
  • Illuminated compass


Helm Deck

  • Helm Deck entrance has a 2023 custom Stamoid enclousure, with StratoGlass sliding windows with removable shades
  • Clear anodized aluminum windows w/ opening windows port, starboard and center (3) windshield wipers w/ fresh water washer system
  • Lewmar sliding hatch w/ OCEANair Skyscreen
  • White translucent acrylic companionway slider w/ lockable latch
  • Raised L-settee seating aft of helmsman
  • Mates bench seat to port, removes to face aft
  • SS front loading AC/DC fridge





Deck and Hull

Deck:

  • Port & starboard molded steps leading to side & fore deck
  • Molding in seating in cockpit port and starboard
  • Transom door on centerline
  • Teak accent stripe
  • Back Cove white iso-npg gelcoat with graystone anti-skid on walking surfaces
  • Resin infused balsa core sandwich structure
  • Lewmar hatch in main salon with screen
  • Four opening Port lights with screens
  • FRP hard top with anodized aluminum windows and opening windows port, starboard and center
  • Pilot hatch overhead
  • Handrails on hard top port and starboard
  • Three windshield wipers with washer system
  • Horn
  • Compass, illuminated
  • Running lights
  • Anchor locker and Quick Windlass
  • Anchor platform with roller
  • Mooring cleats with skene chocks forward, aft and spring line cleats. Aft cleats are pop-up style
  • Custom 1 1/4’’ 316L stainless steel bow rail
  • Upgraded Stidd Helm seat
  • Helm trim package
  • Mates bench seat to port
  • Hot and cold cockpit shower

Hull:

  • Painted with AwlCraft 2000 in 2017
  • Advanced prop pocket hull design
  • Back Cove iso-npg gelcoat
  • Vinylester backup resin
  • Resin infused hull with PVC foam core sandwich
  • Awlgrip boot top
  • Encapsulated foam stringers
  • Swim platform and swim ladder



Broker's comments

The current owners of Cygnet purchased her in 2016 from her first owner in North Carolina and she has been lift kept and cruised in Southwest Florida ever since. They were “Snowbirds”, so the boat was only used 6 months each year. The knowledgeable owner has kept Excellent Service records and has maintained Cygnet to lofty standards. Cygnet was on her lift for Hurricane Irma and Ian and did not have any damage. The owners are selling their home here in Punta Gorda and moving permanently to their home in Ohio, so Cygnet is now seriously for sale.

 

I was looking for some reviews on the Back Cove 30 I found this one:

 

Here are some excerpts from a Peter Janssen article in Maine Event Magazine, he is Currently the Editor and Co-Founder of both Cruising Odyssey and cruisingodyssey.com, and the former Editorial Director of Yachting, Editorial Director of Motor Boating, and Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Motor Boating & Sailing.

 

“….The inviting L-shape seats built into the back of the cockpit can easily accommodate two couples and are comfortable both when anchored and when under way. Within the confines of a 30-foot boat, Back Cove managed to create two separate social areas — the open-air cockpit and the weather-protected helm deck. The redesigned helm deck also features new and expanded seating areas…. ”

 

“…The forward section of the cabin features a flexible arrangement that allows the V-berth to convert into a three-sided dining area. Throughout, the cabin has a warm nautical feel with a teak and holly sole, a Herreshoff-type wood treatment on the cabin side and a white overhead with cherry strips to match the hardtop over the helm deck. Back up top, the 30 provides the same wide side decks and sturdy handrails as its predecessor. But the hull has been redesigned with more tumblehome aft, while the corners of the transom repeat the camber of the hardtop. The spoon bow also has more flare to keep the boat dry, a quality I can attest to based on my time on board. In most conditions, the 30 is an easy-riding boat with 16-degree deadrise at the transom and a small prop pocket that gives a lower, more efficient angle to the drive shaft as well as reducing the draft…”

 

“I can easily imagine not only taking the Back Cove 30 around the protected coves and ocean waters of midcoast Maine, as we did, but also down the waterway to Florida, to the Bahamas or running around the San Juan Islands or the Chesapeake Bay. You’d be comfortable on board, and you’d be happy admiring the lines of your Down East hull if you sat in your dink or stood on the dock. In short, in moving up from the original 29 to the new 30, Back Cove did a very nice job in updating — and improving — one of its classics…”

Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

Disclaimer

The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

ENGINES

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  • Engine Make: Volvo Penta
  • Engine Model: D6
  • Engine Year: 2011
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 370.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 1028.00

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