Cobalt boat with a Volvo inboard outboard drive

This bow rider’s extended swim platform is attached to the transom of the boat with stainless steel mounts and brackets. The swim platform also protects the swimmers from the prop. And then, more stainless is used as a grab rail surround on the boat’s swimming area for the kids in the water. Go inside the boat’s cockpit via a walk-thur without dealing with cushions in the pathway.

How about construction? It is an industry leading standard, with top-shelf materials everywhere. She uses a composite cockpit floor, fiberglass stringers, motor mounts and a composite transom. Can not see this in the showroom? Well, let seabuddy suggest that one carefully inspect the Bimini top for an example of Cobalt strength and choice of materials. Sway bars standard. All stainless hardware is here, too. Special stainless stiffening is used across the front bow and mounts that extends canvas life and reduces rattles and noise at planning speeds. The Bimini top itself is over-size in length and with.

 Top speeds? Figure on about either side of 50 mph with a Volvo V-6 inboard outboard or the Volvo 5.0 V-8 inboard outboard. Go up to the Mid 50s with a 5.7 Duo-Prop (DP) inboard outboard. Yes, Volvo’s Ocean – X is available for this rugged, over-built bow rider for in the salt water bays and oceans.

 Oh, BTW, open the engine box and study the room, it’s opening size, and it’s finish. It is a Cobalt boat after all.

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