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One of the larger bowriders on the market during her production years, the Cobalt 292 is among the most luxurious boats in her class with a level of finish that many other production manufacturers might well envy. Shes built on the proven hull of Cobalts popular 293 Cuddy, a deep-V affair with a relatively wide 9'6"" beam and a fully integrated transom. Beautifully styled, the deep cockpit of the 292 is arranged with wraparound lounge seating for seven, a molded galley opposite with a sink, storage drawers and refrigerator, in-deck storage, and a walk-through transom door to the swim platform. Hidden within the portside console, the head compartment offers a toilet and over 4 feet of headroom. Like all Cobalt models, the wood dash console is a work of art. Additional features include port and starboard helm seats with flip-up bolsters, a hydraulic engine compartment hatch, leather tilt wheel, anchor locker and a cockpit ice chest. A comfortable and very quiet ride, twin 280hp Volvo sterndrives (among several engine choices) will cruise the Cobalt 292 at 2728 knots and reach a top speed in the neighborhood of 42 knots.