312 Sport Cabin
Length w/ Pulpit:
The Cobia 312 Sport Cruiser combines the fishability of a center console with the cabin amenities of a small express. Crossover boats like this have become popular in recent years as manufacturers try to satisfy the demands of anglers who use their boats for both cruising and fishing. In the final analysis, the 312 does a good job of splitting the difference. If the cockpit is small for a 31-footer, its still up to the needs of most serious anglers, while the modest cabinwith its enclosed head, compact galley, and convertible dinetteoffers a level of comfort lacking in most dedicated fishing boats. Cockpit features include a 28-gallon livewell, twin in-deck 45-gallon fish/storage boxes, leaning post with 94-quart cooler, transom sink with cutting board, and raw-water washdown. Wide walkways provide excellent 360-degree fishing access, and the console comes with a tilt wheel, hydraulic steering, and an angled footrest. Trim tabs, bow pulpit, a lockable electronics box, refrigerator, and microwave oven were standard, and a T-top and rear cockpit seat were popular options. Twin Yamaha 225s reach a top speed in the range of 4045 knots.
Overview Dual-purpose family fisherman combines center-console versatility with express-boat comfort, walkaround practicality.
Features Wide-open deck layout has lounge seating forward of helm, bench seating aft. Highlightss console head compartment with shower, 28-gallon transom livewell, in-deck fish/storage boxes, leaning post with cooler, transom sink with cutting board, raw-water washdown. Compact cabin has lounge seating forward, sink, refrigerator.
Comments Limited fishing space aft of helm seat.
Performance Over 40 knots top with Yamaha 225s.