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Cobalt 272


Name: 272
Length: 27'3"
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 97 gals.
Model Years: 1993—2006
Draft: --
Beam: 8'6"
Water Capacity: 10 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
A good-looking 1990s design, the Cobalt 272 is a finely crafted bowrider whose lush amenities, deep cockpit and beautiful styling make her a standout in any marina. She’s heavily built on a Kevlar-reinforced solid fiberglass deep-V hull, and an 8-foot, 6-inch beam makes her trailerable in all states and provinces. Even today, the Cobalt 272 is one of the larger bowriders around, and her upscale price placed her in the luxury-cruiser category. The helm and windshield of the 272 are well forward resulting in a large and very comfortable cockpit. Amenities include a sun pad, a stylish wet bar with sink and cabinet, rear bench seat with storage behind, and a second bench seat that folds away into the gunwale. A large ski locker with gas-assist hatch is found in the cockpit sole, and the unique electric hideaway swim platform is a particularly innovative concept. A marine head is located inside the portside console—the door can be pulled closed for privacy and there’s even a light and vents. Engine access is excellent. A variety of single sterndrive engine options were available. Among them, a 300hp Volvo delivers a top speed of close to 40 knots.


Premium open-bow runabout lives up to Cobalt tradition for top-drawer construction, posh amenities, sure-footed performance.


Helm and windshield are well forward resulting in large cockpit. Features include enclosed head, cockpit wet bar, fold-out bench seat, big ski locker with gas-assist hatch. Note electric hideaway swim platform. Tall windshield offers good high-rpm wind protection.


Very good engine access.


Single 300hp Volvo will cruise at 24–25 knots (about 40 knots top).

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