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A good-selling model for Cobalt, the 360 offers an impressive blend of sportiness, luxury, and quality. This is a very stylish sportcruiserso stylish, in fact, that shed be at home in just about any high-profile Mediterranean marina. Built on a Kevlar-reinforced deep-V hull, the Cobalts expansive helm/cockpit area is as comfortable as it is innovative. Facing settees in the aft cockpit will seat five, and single sun pads (with storage under) flank the center transom walk-through. Wood and leather accents dress up the Cobalts tiered dash where theres space to flush-mount a full array of electronic add-ons. Because of her spacious cockpit, the 360 is a day boat first and her belowdeck accommodations are modest. Headroom is limited to just 6 feet, and the small midcabin berth is probably better suited for storage than sleeping. The plush Ultraleather dinette converts to a V-berth, and while the head compartment is very roomy the 360s compact galley is not designed for serious meal-prep activities. Cherry interior joinery and a cockpit wet bar were standard. A fast ride with 415hp MerCruiser sterndrives, the Cobalt 360 will reach a top speed of close to 50 knots.