Tuesday, February 10, 2015

No Shortcuts in 2015

 

The 2015 model year has already kicked off to a great start. Cobalt Boats has introduced the highly anticipated R7 Water Sports Series (WSS) as well as a new S-interior option for the 200. These exciting debuts made their appearance at the 2015 Dealer Meeting held in the fall.

The R7 WSS is every watersports enthusiast’s dream. Standing fully prepared to fulfill demands of wakeboarding, wakeskating, or any and all watersport activities, this package exhibits outstanding athleticism and style. “This boat is the perfect combination of stern drive excellence and a water-sport towing machine,” says Gavan Hunt, VP of Sales and Marketing. The addition of the R7 to the WSS series makes a great addition to our product offering, the tremendous interior beam synced with the WSS package will undoubtedly become an industry benchmark.











This ultimate bowrider sports new exterior graphics and a unique R model arch with billet wakeboard racks. The WSS-specific trim throughout the upholstery and dash, provides an aggressive look to the cockpit. As with any of Cobalt’s WSS sport boats, the new R7 WSS is showcased by the chrome WSS badge at the transom. A feature that provides a custom highlight, worthy of gloat. “The R7 WSS has already surpassed our initial projections. We can’t wait to see more from this industry-leading boat.”

Encompassing style, convenience and comfort, the 200-S interior is also new to the 2015 lineup. This versatile seating arrangement combines an oversized layout with amazing performance. The passenger seat can be positioned in a traditional, forward-facing manner, then quickly and easily flipped down, transforming the cockpit into a massive arena-style seating arrangement. “In addition, the 200-S includes an in-floor ski locker for convenient storage, which is also an added bonus” Hunt adds. And to top it off, the 200-S interior utilizes every square inch of space, maximizing your ability to bring aboard every necessity for a fun day on the water. 


 

  Categories: Cobalt Boats, Industry News, Innovative Features, Lifestyle, Watersports | Tags: Award Winning Boat, Boating Industry, Bowrider, Cobalt Boats, Cruiser, Family Boating, Lifestyle, Luxury Boat, New Boat, Watersports


Wednesday, January 21, 2015

It May Look Like a Pontoon, But Don't Call It One

 




Boating Magazine knows not to call the new Marker One an ordinary pontoon. After their review, you'll see why. 

A few highlights from their up-close-and-personal date with the M27:

1. An Entirely Fiberglass Deck

Most pontoon manufacturers use fiberglass components, but what makes us different is the molded glass from the stringers up. No wood, just fiberglass. 

2. Patents Are A' Pending

Up first is the fiberglass deck jointed to the aluminum hulls (otherwise known as tubes by others). The structural integrity of the M27 is so strong it dampens the noise from underneath. Another patent in the approval process is the lifting pads and strakes, working together to generate lift and lean inboard while turning. And lastly, the third patent is the wedge stringer system helping the boat sit level from bow to stern. 

3. There's Space, and Even More Space Aboard

With its 9-foot-3-inch beam, the M27 has an interior space advantage over its competitors. There's space for lounging, a space for luggage, a space for dining. You name it, there's a space for it.

4. Fit and Finish

The Cobalt Boats aura is evident on the Marker One. From stainless steel furnishings to cavernous storage, the M27 glows with class from every angle. And for the party-goers, we've also included 23 cup holders and six receptacles for the technology of the day.

5. No Reservations Needed for Seating

Because the M27 was envisioned for comfortable, sprawl-out relaxing kind of boating, seating is a nonissue here. Take a seat forward-facing, or enjoy the wraparound arrangement with the group. Flip the armrests down for lounging or take a seat on the swim platform and go beaching.

Marker One was very pleased with Boating Magazine's review. To read the full article, click here

 

  Categories: Cobalt Boats, Industry News, Innovative Features, Lifestyle | Tags: Award Winning Boat, Boat Builders, Boating Industry, Family Boating, Lifestyle, Luxury Boat


Wednesday, January 07, 2015

The Cobalt 220 S: Review from Boating, The World's Largest Powerboat Magazine

 

Check out this review on the 220 S, which features our new interior seating arrangement. 



 

  Categories: Cobalt Boats, Industry News, Innovative Features, Videos | Tags: Award Winning Boat, Boating Industry, Cobalt Boats, Runabout


Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Cobalt R3: A Sunsational Addition to the Bowrider World

 

Boats.com recently reviewed the Cobalt R3 and we're happy to hear the results. Carefully crafted to include all the hallmarks of a Cobalt, the R3 presents rich colors, tasteful appointments and durable materials. Read more about the review here:

http://features.boats.com/boat-content/2014/12/cobalt-r3-sunsational-addition-bowrider-world/


 

  Categories: Cobalt Boats, Industry News, Innovative Features | Tags: Award Winning Boat, Boating Industry, Bowrider, Cobalt Boats, Family Boating


Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Pontoon and Deck Boat Magazine Covers Marker One

 

Head over to http://www.pdbmagazine.com/2014/11/cobalt-enters-pontoon-market-slideshow for the latest review of the Marker One Platform Series. PDB's review covers everything from the innovative features to its headquarters in Neodesha, Kansas. This excellent article even reviews a test run by the staff from Pontoon and Deck Boat Magazine. 


 

  Categories: Cobalt Boats, Industry News, Innovative Features | Tags: Award Winning Boat, Boat Builders, Boating Industry, Cobalt Boats, Family Boating, Luxury Boat, New Boat


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