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Back Cove 34O

Downeast

Downeast
They really aren’t lobster boats anymore. It’s hard to imagine anyone pulling traps from the well-varnished cockpit of a new Downeast model. However, today’s boats have the lobster boat heritage—the low profile, the long shear, the tumblehome, and, above all, the sea-keeping ability. View our collection of Downeast boat reviews to find the right one for you.
Back Cove 32

Back Cove 32: an Eastern Classic

It’s been ten years since Back Cove launched its first boat, a 29-foot single-engine diesel designed to make cruising easy. Since then, Back Cove,...
Hinckley 34R

Hinckley 34R

The newest model from Hinckley, a 34-foot runabout, (Hinckley 34R)  is the newest in the iconic builder’s line of elegant, classic, Maine-built boats that...

Bruckmann Abaco 40

They don’t come much more traditional—or much better looking—than the Bruckmann Abaco 40, a single-diesel, straightforward, solid Downeast boat with elegant fit and finish....
Eastport 32 OBX

Eastport 32 OBX

With classic Chesapeake Bay deadrise lines, the new Eastport 32 OBX (outboard express) traces its heritage to a waterman’s working boat. But Eastport, an...
Hunt 26CC

Hunt 26CC

The Hunt 26CC (25’ LOA, 9’ beam) is a sporty center console that doesn’t skimp on sophistication. With plush social seating for 12 guests...

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