The idea is elegant and simple; a pretty boat, classic lines, powered with a single diesel, add a bow thruster for easy handling and the result is the eye catching Back Cove 29! With traditional Downeast heritage and contemporary performance the back Cove 29 is a highly sought after vessel.
Her immediate heritage is North End Composites but her origins go back to Sabre, which was founded in 1970. Sabre acquired North End Composites in Rockland Maine in 1995, a world leader in marine composites.
She has a deep-V hull with a sharp entry, a 22-degree deadrise amidships to 16 degrees at the transom. A shallow prop pocket allows for a low mounted motor for good balance and center of gravity. A very solid boat, the hull is vacuum bagged Divinycell core with multi-axial E-glass reinforcement and encapsulated foam stringers. The deck is balsa cored.
“Razz-Ma-Tazz II” is an excellent example, she is tasteful and not overstated with instantaneous appeal at first glance. The current owners purchased her at the end of 2020 with 1,169 hours, in Maine. She then was transported by truck to SC where she underwent an extensive inspection, service updates and modifications over several months, to meet the new owners’ high standards. Razz-Ma-Tazz II has continued to receive regular maintenance and upgrades meeting and exceeding those high standards. She is currently berthed in South Carolina just north of Hilton Head.
Please contact me for a comprehensive equipment list and any additional details. Razz-Ma-Tazz II shows very well and will not last long – book your showing now!!
|LOA||29' (8.99 meters)|
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Russ Calasant grew up in Niantic, CT working in local boatyards and on charter boats. By age twelve, Russ purchased his first boat: fast forward to today and about a dozen boats later, Russ travels between Beaufort and Hilton Head, SC as well as Savannah, GA on his Boston Whaler and lives aboard his Sea Ray with his wife Lisa and pup Ziggy in Port Royal, SC.
Russ enjoyed over thirty-five successful years in his sales consulting career with a Fortune-1000 company. Russ also has more than forty years of boating experience, including many trips and deliveries to the west coast of FL, to MA, and places in between. For the last twenty years, Russ has held a USCG Masters License, recently upgraded to 100 ton.
Most importantly Russ looks forward to building relationships and helping folks achieve or continue their dreams of boat ownership and all the great experiences it brings.