Marine News from the Great Lakes

Newly Released: The Cobia 301 CC and 320 CC

Published: Friday, January 12, 2018

Cobia 320 CC

With an overall length of 32’, a beam of 10’ 3”, and a 275 gallon fuel capacity, the new 320 CC is designed to be a big-water-hull capable of long range trips that can still be comfortably trailered. The boat includes serious fishing features like a large unobstructed cockpit, a tackle center with sink and bait prep area, under-gunwale rod storage, macerated in-deck fish boxes, and twin pressurized livewells that combine for a 70 gallon capacity.

Once the rods are stowed, the 320 CC transforms into a no compromises platform for entertaining or a plush sunset cruise. Elegant front seating, an electric bow table, inward opening side door (which doubles as a tuna door), and JL Audio surround sound add swish to the fish. The style and luxury is carried into the spacious forward entry console with Corian countertop accents, electric toilet, coat closet, and 6’ 2” of headroom. A drop-in helm pod on the console big enough to fit dual 16” multi-function displays and a full array of control elements can be color matched to the hull, and all the upholstery onboard is available in three optional color packages, including a tri-color custom Bentley-style stitching. Combine all of this with the 320 CC hull’s top-of-class ride and you have another standard setting Cobia model. 

Cobia 301 CC

The new Cobia 301 CC has everything that made its predecessor, the 296 CC, the top selling 30 footer in the country, and so much more. Take, for instance, an inward-opening side door for hauling aboard the big ones, easy entering and exiting while diving, and dockside boarding. In addition, there’s added space in the cockpit, and the tackle station now has a freshwater sink and rigging station. A new console situates all operational controls and screens perfectly to maximize form and function, and the dash can be stylishly color-matched to the hull.

Proven favorites taken from the 296 CC include a huge forward entry head, deluxe helm seating, and an electrically operated bow table and bilge access hatch. Plus, there’s still the standard twin 28 gallon livewells, dual, in-floor fishboxes with macerators, and under-gunwale rod storage. Combine all this with the hull’s famous silky smooth ride and the 301 CC is sure to be the next Cobia to sit atop its class.

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This article first appeared in the Winter Issue (Jan/Feb) 2018 of Great Lakes Scuttlebutt magazine.

tags: New Boat Models

Oct. 2018, Nov. 2018

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