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Draft (max): 2'11" (drive down)
Displacement (approx.): 12,300 lb.
Transom Deadrise: 22 degrees
Bridge Clearance: 8'10" with hardtop
Max Cabin Headroom: 4'9"
Fuel Capacity: 154 gal.
Max Horsepower: 720
Available Power: Twin MerCruiser or Volvo Penta sterndrives to 850 hp total; twin Volvo Penta diesel sterndrives to 860 hp total
Some boaters enjoy their boat with a second home, and some enjoy it as their second home. The Cobalt 336 might be the first that could do both — at least for a cozy weekend at the lake.
This is Cobalt’s flagship bowrider, and it’s managed to engineer into it a double-berth, spacious head and flat-panel TV — all without sacrificing the generous luxury of cockpit and bow-seating space.
Below, the cabin is bright and cheery, thanks to stylish port lights. Entry to the cabin is convenient through a sizable doorway, with easy steps to the sole. The lounge couch seats three or four people and extends for sleeping with cushions.
Topside, boaters can count on Cobalt’s experience in providing luxurious fun with beautifully stitched, UV-protected vinyl seating. Even the helm station sports a leather look with fine craftsmanship.
Cobalt includes its trademark rumble seat at the transom. Also, we discovered a functional hinged platform step that aids in-water enjoyment and eases reboarding. You can order it open with a Bimini top or get the hardtop/radar-arch combination, which adds elegance and a coupe-style appeal.
Wondering if the bow is compromised by the cabin? Hardly. Double-wide lounges allow couples to snuggle while enjoying the deep, plush, first-class seating we found up front.
What you’ll enjoy most about it, though, is that Cobalt ensures everything is on board for an adventure in your home away from your second home.