I think the resurgence in socw modern racing hull forms started with a Mini Transat Magnum introduced by David Raison ten or more years ago.
The scow bow has certainly caught on with the Ocean racing fraternity with the type showing up in Mini 650s, Class 40s and IMOCA 60s, and now the new Ace 30.
Seen here ‘Influence’ a VPLP Clak 40., a high performance and reliable boat which has been campaigned in 2022 in Les 1000 milles des Sables and went on to achieve a 1 st in the Round Ireland Race.
It caught my eye last year at Cowes thinking tangentially that a slightly de-tuned version would make a great cruising boat. Wide beam so plenty of accommodation below, fantastic and safe cockpit to work from and presumably a relatively stiff hull form. On the downside there's probably a 3 meter deep keel for racing which would be awkward for cruising.