- $234,000 (£184,033)
- Tax Status
- Tax Unpaid
- 10 m
- 3.2 m
- Draft Max
- 0.9 m
- Draft Min
- 0.6 m
- Hull Material
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
About this Cobalt 323
This boat is designed for "big water" and that means large inland lakes and saltwater. As a result, her freeboard is significantly higher than boats aimed at the freshwater river and lake market. Her progressive deadrise hull is designed to easily slice through waves and her reverse chines keep spray down and pretty much eliminate sliding in turns. At the transom her deadrise is 22-degrees which places her firmly in the deep-V category for a comfortable ride at high speed in sloppy conditions.
Designed for Speed. One of the most important aspects of the 323 is her bottom at the stern. Not only does she have a 22-degree deadrise, but her bottom extends past the transom and flanks the lower units. This adds buoyancy to the stern which helps keep her bow down when accelerating and gives her more running surface to make her more stable at high speeds.
Patented Seat/Step. Cobalt’s optional flip-down swim step is a clever innovation exclusive to the line. It’s a feature that has appeal to both adults and kids, but don’t expect to see it anytime soon on other builders boats. Cobalt patented the concept.
Options at the stern include a transom shower and swim platform transom lighting.
Under the pad is the lid to the motor box and it has a standard electric actuator. This system has a low-tolerance fit which makes a tight seal and reduces noise in the cockpit.
Under the Pad. The sun pad on the stern is large for the size of this boat. Under the center section of the pad is a wet storage which is insulated and can be used as a built-in cooler for beverages. Just behind it is another box for storing lines, fenders and other gear needed at the stern.
The interior cockpit width is 9' (2.74 m). There is seating along the port side that wraps around the stern. To starboard is an entertainment center, with additional seating for one person, or two close friends. Naturally there is storage under the seats with one exception…
Manufacturer Provided Description
The 323's big engines chug to full-rumble force, and the sense comes that today is going to be memorable, celebratory, different in the company of a boat so welcoming in its sheer size, its inclusiveness in an interior that bespeaks comfort and relaxation and easy, easy going. The storage is yawning. The attention to enjoyment's details meticulous: the flip-out table, the stainless and teak ladder to the bow, the cockpit seats nudged next to the sunpad for optimized lounging, all the right high-end appliances in the galley, the wet bar, a helm station aeronautically precise in its control of the 323's high, high horsepower. The cabin serves a couple's evening together or a small group of friends' game of hold 'em.