Just in time for Summer, French yacht builder Chantier Naval Couach has revealed a reimagined design for its Couach 3700, calling it the Sport model. “The Couach 3700 Sport is a sporty and elegant yacht. Our in-house creative and technical teams have reinterpreted its identity and design to come up with a yacht that is as intelligent and modern as it is seductive,” said Walter Ceglia, Couach CEO.
The 3700 Sport takes design cues from the world of luxury automobiles 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 feeling of space for a sport yacht, with accommodation for up to 10 guests tended to by six crew.
The renderings of the inside show the yacht has been finished in a neutral palette with a blend of wood finishes, hand-crafted details and luxurious materials, but of course these can be tailored to an owner’s taste.
Outside, the foredeck benefits from new sunpads, creating a private space for relaxation, while the duplex aft deck features a ‘bathing beach’ fitted out with a shower, umbrella, diving board and swim ladder, close to the multi-purpose cockpit with sunloungers and dining area.
Space in the yacht’s tender garage allows for a five-metre tender and a PWC. For the flybridge, Couach says it imagined a space similar to “a contemporary beachfront villa, with expansive, panoramic views and all amenities easily at hand”. There is an outdoor kitchen and grill, with areas for relaxing, dining and sunbathing. A Jacuzzi can be added on the flybridge.
Like the original 3700, she has a 6-foot draft, allowing the yacht to venture into shallow waters. Top speed is reportedly 28 knots.