French yacht builder Couach has revealed more details about the seventh hull of the 3700 Fly series, currently under construction and known as Project 3707.
Designed by the yard’s in-house design team, this all-GRP yacht will have a length overall of 37m, a maximum beam of 7.30m, and a draught of 2.37m.
Once delivered, Project 3707 will be able to accommodate up to 11 guests in five spacious cabins: a VIP stateroom located forward on the main deck; and a full-beam owner’s suite with his-and-hers bathrooms, a double and two twin guest cabins on the lower deck. The crew quarters will be situated in the bow and will include three cabins with en-suite bathrooms.
Among the amenities of the vessel will be: an alfresco dining area, extensive sunpads, and a wet bar on the flybridge; a sunbathing area on the foredeck; a large saloon and dining area, a well-equipped galley, and a sheltered seating area on the main deck; and a garage capable of housing a tender and a jet ski on the lower deck.
Powered by two MTU 12V 4000 M90 2,736bhp diesel engines, Project 3707 will have a maximum speed of 28 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots.