The gelcoat luster is mirrorlike and broken beautifully only by the concave features aft of midships. These features add rigidity to the hull, reducing noise, but the real reason Cobalt employed a five-piece mold is to make the look so unassailably beautiful it could be had only from the Neodesha, Kansas, luxury boatbuilder.
Cobalt didn’t quit with the hull shape, though. It went inside the cockpit and filled it with sturdy, Euro-style seating that has firm cushions covered in leather-grain vinyl stitched in Cobalt’s own factory. Even the dash is molded and vinyl-covered in Neodesha.
On the water, the A25 is a racehorse and, at rest, provides the most beautiful relaxation platform we’ve seen, thanks to its optional power swim platform that lowers to create a handy swim step or seat.
Cobalt’s consistent application of Midwestern ingenuity and superior work ethic makes its products front-runners year after year.
"The A25's elegant and distinctive shape is a tribute to the engineering team's development of the five-part tooling, and we are pleased to see our customers and dealers’ excitement over it.” — Paxson St. Claire, CEO
The A25’s three-dimensional freeboard, with fins morphing from the side to the platform, puts it untouchably ahead on style in its class.