Competitors? On its 288 Bowrider ($82,957 with the same power as our test boat), Crownline also has designed a small cabin in the helm console, but the head is placed separately inside a compartment on the opposite side of the bow walkthrough. Crownline loses seating with this approach, but some buyers prefer a head compartment outside the cabin. On its 292 Bowrider ($93,555, again powered as our test boat), Cobalt placed the head within a compartment on the portside of the center walkthrough. Instead of a mid-cabin on the starboard side, however, Cobalt left that area open for stowage.