Thursday, May 03, 2012

Dare to Dream of A Cobalt

 

It never, ever hurts to dream.  To dream huge, fine, and faraway.  And so today’s cruise to fantasyland involves land belonging to three different countries – Germany, Austria, and Switzerland – about 250 miles of shoreline surrounding Lake Constance. The Swiss Alps jut above, stunning in their vistadom, the ideal backdrop for life to be lived for a time on a Cobalt of European extraction, one of the cuddies in the line probably, a 273 let’s say, the 273 an amalgam of luxury, utility, convenience, comfort, and performance that speaks to the needs of essentially every owner, its broad beam welcoming to you, your traveling companions, and the sunset about to explode in this old, old part of Western civilization, where reconstructed dwellings from the Stone and Bronze Ages wait ashore.

As do other beacons of culture when you leave your Cobalt for a day trip to the vineyards, quite odd museums, historic town squares, ornate churches, and – yes, Virginia — castles surrounding Lake Constance. Maybe you’ll slip into Friedrichshafen, Germany, the city which gave the world the zeppelin, the cigar-shaped hot-air balloon invented there by old Count Ferdinand von Z. himself. Or maybe you’ll listen to /Tosca/ performed on the Constance-borne floating stage at the town of Bergenz in Austria. A lake festival in Arbon, Switzerland in June culminates in a massive fireworks display like unto that a few days later on the Grand Lake of the Cherokees. The German town of Konstanz gave the lake its name and its principal picnic item, Muenster so outrageously good that an accompanying wine is routinely forgotten.

Angling is prolific, and the lake serves up several species of incredibly edible fish, varieties of perch, pike, and trout at the top of the list – staples of the restaurants in every shore-town.  Perfect beaches, both sand and pebble, punctuate the lake, made picturesque not just by the sleek Mediterranean lines of your luxury Cobalt boat, but also by the frequent regattas and sailing competitions throughout the summer months.

As the third largest lake in Europe, and the biggest lake in the region of the Black Forest, Constance is popular, and then some.  By no means overcrowded, the area is nonetheless aflutter with leisure activity of every sort, and you’ll share Lake Constance with laughing, friendly people – locals and tourists alike – all attuned to a healthful outdoor lifestyle.

Please be advised that a license, easily enough obtained, is required to captain a Cobalt on the lake. For additional information about a dreamy vacation centered around a pre-alpine lake of pristine beauty with German airships overhead, you simply cannot find more informed, more helpful people than the happy folks at our Cobalt dealerships: Brunnert-Grimm AG Espen 9, CH-8274 Gottlieben Tel 0041 71 669 11 77 Fax 0041 71 669 15 56

info@brunnert-grimm.ch  www.brunnter-grimm.ch  or Boote Pfister GmbH Wahlweg 6, D-97525 Schwebheim, Tel.: +49 (0)9723 9371-0, Fax: +49 (0)9723 9371-21 jpfister@bootepfister.de   www.bootepfister.de

 

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