French shipyard Couach revealed in Cannes that construction is underway on its new 37-metre superyacht, Project 3707, the seventh unit of its 37-metre flybridge.
Couach has already started assembling the yacht after the GRP hull was cut and extracted from its mould. Work is also underway on the yacht’s technical systems, including preparing the foundations for engine installation.
Project 3707 accommodates up to 10 guests, as well as a crew of five. Preliminary sketches of the yacht’s interior show a neutral decor, adaptable to her owner's personal tastes. Powered by win diesel MTU M90 engines, she delivers a top speed of 28 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots.
“The 3700 Couach combines performance and comfort with total elegance. This yacht is a perfect example of Couach’s renowned hull form that has superb seafaring capabilities in even the most difficult weather conditions. Our expert Couach teams have ensured that guests will benefit from outstanding performance at all levels, in comfort and luxury,” said Walter Ceglia, President and CEO of Couach.
“The strong appeal of the Couach 3707 has already attracted strong interest, but the doors of opportunity remain open for potential buyers. The timeless and refined nature of our yachts continues to give them appeal for many years after their delivery, which defines the Couach promise to our clients. Although our stable of yachts continues to evolve and grow, the yachts themselves become iconic and never date, like any true French luxury item,” Ceglia concluded.
Couach estimates that the yacht is 10 months away from delivery, with a wide range of the design and fit-out choices being available for customisation by the prospective buyer.