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Cobia 314 Center Console


Name: 314 Center Console
Length: 31
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 270 gals.
Model Years: 2003—2007
Draft: --
Beam: 9'10"
Water Capacity: 20 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: 30'11"
The Cobia 314 gets high marks for her roomy deck layout, solid construction, and—perhaps most important of all—an affordable price. This is Cobia’s biggest boat yet, and while she competes in a market dominated by several high-end manufacturers, the 314 acquits herself well from the standpoint of features and value. Built on a solid fiberglass hull, the 314’s large 270-gallon fuel capacity and generous storage make her an excellent Bahamas cruiser. The deck layout is arranged like most big center consoles with a standard leaning post, transom sink and cutting boards, aerated livewell, and plenty of rod storage. Note that the entire front half of the boat has a raised deck with a step up at the console—a configuration that increases belowdeck storage but requires care in going forward. The Cobia’s large console allows for a surprisingly spacious head compartment below with a sink, shower, and even a small berth. Additional features include a transom shower, raw-water washdown, bow pulpit, and a tackle storage center. A relatively light boat for her size, twin 250hp Yamahas deliver a top speed of around 45 knots.


Muscular sportfishing machine—Cobia’s largest boat ever—delivers enticing mix of brawny construction, big-water fishability.


Leaning post with rod holders, cockpit bolsters, forward console seat, bow storage lockers, tackle storage, transom shower. Rear seat lifts to reveal 32-gallon livewell, bait-prep station with sink & cutting board. Walk-in console has marine head, sink, sleeping berth, opening port.


Hull was modified in 2006 to carry heavier 4-stroke outboards.


Yamaha 250s top out at 45 knots.

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