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Cobalt got it right with the 323, a luxury-class cuddy cruiser with the bold styling and meticulous finish common to all Cobalt products. Its well known that Cobalts are expensive boats; this level of quality never comes cheap. Built on a Kevlar-reinforced deep-V hull, the roomy cockpit of the 323deep enough to protect guests from high-speed wind blastfeatures an innovative flip-out cocktail table that stows in the port sidewall. A deluxe wet bar includes a refrigerator in addition to a stove and sink, and a large rear sun pad overlooks the 323s extended swim platform. At the entrance to the cabin, opposite the centerline door, a stainless ladder slides out for quick access to the bow. Below, the richly appointed cabin of the Cobalt 323a match for the finest European cuddy runaboutsfeatures a mini-galley with sink and storage, enclosed head with pull-out shower, and wraparound lounge seating forward with a removable teak table. Stainless steel is absolutely everywhere on the 323, from the windlass plate and anchor chute to the optional arch and stamped engine vents. Twin 375hp MerCruiser I/Os top at close to 45 knots.