Couach is today, one of the oldest of French shipyards. The values that the yard has held over its 120 years of history have transcended time and have become engrained in its DNA.
That becomes visually apparent when looking at the lines of their all new 37-metre 3700 Sport.
It is an eye-catching yacht that balances a sporty and assertive aesthetic with a refined French elegance that is the hallmark of all Couach yachts.
Little wonder that their press release dubs her as “intelligent, modern and seductive”.
Building one of the company’s longstanding popular models, with six having already been delivered, Couach has taken a step back to assess and update the yacht’s designs in order to satisfy today’s tastes and trends.
The in-house creative and technical teams have reinterpreted the yacht’s identity and design to come up with a yacht as intelligent and modern as it is seductive.
The new yacht takes design cues from the world of luxury sports cars as well as contemporary architecture and naval design. It is available in a four- or five-cabin arrangement, complemented by ample glazing to amplify the interior’s natural light. The large main saloon, incorporating lounging and dining areas, offers a fantastic feeling of space for a sport yacht, with accommodation for up to 10 guests attended to by a crew of six.
The released renderings of the interiors suggest an ethnic and light design theme, with a neutral palette of wood finishes, hand-crafted details and luxurious materials; these can be tailored to any buyer’s tastes.
The design team focused on creating a yacht that offers a chic yet cozy ambience for owner and guests. Suspended ceilings enhance the feeling of height in cabins.
The exterior offers a range of areas from which to soak up the ever-changing surroundings. As an addition from the earlier flybridge model, sun pads have been added to the foredeck to provide a new, private space for relaxation.
The expansive duplex aft deck features a “bathing beach” fitted out with a shower, umbrella, diving board and swim ladder, just steps away from the multi-purpose cockpit with sun loungers and dining area.
Space in the yacht’s tender garage allows for a five-metre tender for adventures ashore, as well as a jetski for fun on water.
The hull would be constructed in GRP, for which Couach is best known, while her draft of 1.85 metres means she can venture into secluded shallow bays. Gyroscopic stabilisers ensure a calm and peaceful experience when at anchor or underway.