Capitalizing on the popularity of its Couach 3700 flying-bridge series, French yacht builder Couach has hull number seven in build. Available for sale, the megayacht, which it’s calling Couach 3707, has a proven hull form but still offers the chance to tailor the interior design.
Measuring 121’4” (37 meters), the Couach 3707 follows in the footsteps of deliveries such as Kadimos (below) and Arion. The design makes good use of the hull form, with a hull length of 115 feet (35 meters). Couach’s in-house naval architecture team also gave her a shallow draft of six feet (1.85 meters). In addition, the team expects a 28-knot maximum speed, under MTU power. Cruising speed should be a still-swift 24 knots.
The fiberglass hull is already completed, with systems installations going on now. Since there’s about 10 months left before delivery, Couach can work with you to arrange the interior the way you wish. To give you some ideas, the Couach 3707 can accommodate 10 people in the owner’s party for either private or charter usage. The shipyard even has a suggested layout, with some ideas you may not anticipate.
For example, the Couach 3707 can have the VIP suite on the main deck. The suite spans the full 24-foot (7.3-meter) beam, too. Not that your stateroom will suffer as a result. Rather, the master spans the full beam below decks. It has room for a small seating area to one side, as well as a his-and-her head and walk-in wardrobe. For friends and family, consider including a queen cabin and a twin cabin. The twin can, of course, have a Pullman berth, too.
Regardless of who gets what type of stateroom, the Couach 3707 is set up for outdoor enjoyment. The flying bridge welcomes you and your guests to enjoy the ride and take in the views of approaching shorelines. Furthermore, you can take as many meals as you wish up here, plus enjoy cocktails at sunset. Speaking of the sun, lounge chairs await for soaking up rays. And, when the sun goes down, turn the flying bridge into a mini movie theater, thanks to a pop-up TV.
For crew efficiency, the Couach 3707 puts the galley on the main deck, with a pantry separating it from the dining area. Even the crew mess, for five hands, sits forward of the galley. Three cabins for them, meanwhile, sit below decks. And, for cruising control, there’s a raised pilothouse as well as an extra helm on the flying bridge.
All you will have left to do is tuck your tender and even a PWC in the garage, and go.