Described on the Cobia website as a big water performer in a manageable package, the appeal of the 277 Center Console goes well beyond her classic lines and affordable price. Simply put, the 277 is a lot of boat for the money. A wide 9'8"" beam makes her one of the biggest boats in this class, and an uncluttered cockpit allows several anglers to fish without bumping elbows. The 277 comes standard with an electrically powered retractable bow table, forward entry step-down console with marine head, and fold-down rear bench seating. Topping the console is a wraparound acrylic windshield and the dash accommodates two 16-inch video displays. Two bucket seats with armrests and fold-down bolsters double as a leaning post. At the bow, foldaway backrests to port and starboard turn the seats into twin lounges. A large in-deck storage compartment forward of the console stows loose gear. Fishing amenities include two in-sole insulated fish boxes, 42-gallon transom livewell, eight rod holders, and cockpit coaming pads. At the stern, the power transom bulkhead lifts to provide easy access to the bilge. Twin Yamaha F200s deliver a top speed of nearly 45 knots.