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2017 Cobalt 26

2017 Cobalt 26

$105,600

Columbus, Georgia

Featured

Year 2017

Make Cobalt

Model 26

Category Bowrider Boats

Length 26

Posted 2 Days Ago

Stock #189655 This practically new COBALT is an amazing boat for years to come and at this price it won't last long, get it while it lasts. If you are in the market for a bowrider, look no further than this 2017 Cobalt 25, priced right at $105,600 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in Columbus, Georgia. She is also equipped with a Volvo Penta engine.

1988 Cobalt CS-23

1988 Cobalt CS-23

$13,000

Leawood, Kansas

Featured OBO

Year 1988

Make Cobalt

Model CS-23

Category Cuddy Cabin Boats

Length 23

Posted 1 Month Ago

1988 Cobalt CS-23 7.4L (454) with Bravo One Outdrive. Only one of eight built by Cobalt. New motor with two (2) year unlimited hour warranty was professionally installed in July of 2019. Boat, motor, and custom Oklahoma by Shoreline trailer are in absolutely excellent condition. Outdrive professionally overhauled in June of 2015. All hoses, belts, impeller, and bilge vent hoses replaced during engine replacement. Boat, motor, and trailer need absolutely nothing. Turn key package. Asking $13,000 or best offer. Boat is located in Kimberling City (Table Rock Lake), Missouri. Contact Ted Halpin at (913) 269-4512 for a spec sheet or for further information.

2000 Cobalt 190

2000 Cobalt 190

$17,900

Campton Hills, Illinois

Year 2000

Make Cobalt

Model 190

Category Bowrider Boats

Length 19.5

Posted Over 1 Month

2000 Cobalt 190 with just 220 hours 19.5' fee long, white with red stripe, open bow, red bimini top, original red sunbrella cover Excellent condition, no scratches, no tears in upholstery or covers, some mildew stains Only 220 hours, always either on hoist or trailer, winterized an serviced professionally and regularly 4.3L EFI Alpha Mercruiser, power trim and tilt Stereo CD and radio, depth finder, removable carpet 2001 Custom Trailmaster trailer with removable tongue, brakes and spare tire Apollo 14-3/8 R18 Stainless Steel 4 blade prop

2000 Cobalt Boats 23LS

2000 Cobalt Boats 23LS

$25,000

Coto De Caza, California

Year 2000

Make Cobalt Boats

Model 23LS

Category Deck Boats

Length 23

Posted Over 1 Month

Priced to Sell: only $25,000: Like new boat; compare to the cost of a new 23 foot Cobalt boat priced at $136,000 !!!!! 2000 Cobalt 23 LS Deck Boat, 7.4 Gi DuoProp Volvo Penta, cruises at 55 mph, cuts through the water, seats 12 including room for 6 bow, limited hours only 500 engine hours on the engine. Venture Galvanized Tri- Axle Trailer with Brakes, color; White w/ Burgundy accent, Cockpit wet-bar, On-Demand Water System, Stereo, Enclosed Porta potty, Full Swim Platform, Ski tower, Seats 12; never been in salt water dry storage, Single Owner.....Location: Orange County CA.

2001 Cobalt 226 BR

2001 Cobalt 226 BR

$25,250

Wilton, Iowa

Year 2001

Make Cobalt

Model 226 BR

Category Bowrider Boats

Length 22

Posted 2 Days Ago

Per the seller, this Cobalt appears in great shape. Snap-in carpet and upholstery are clean, as is the canvas and bimini top. No rips or tears to the interior. Systems & mechanicals are functioning precisely as designed. Engine professionally maintained each season. Stock #189821 ++ Beautiful Cobalt - LOW Hours -- Don't Miss Out ++ If you are in the market for a bowrider, look no further than this 2001 Cobalt 226 BR, priced right at $25,250 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in Wilton, Iowa and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Mercruiser engine that has 500 hours. Reason for selling is not using.

2007 Cobalt 242

2007 Cobalt 242

$48,700

Morgan, Utah

Year 2007

Make Cobalt

Model 242

Category Bowrider Boats

Length 24

Posted 2 Days Ago

Stock #191068 242 BR powered by a 8.1L Volvo Penta with dual props! If you are in the market for a bowrider, look no further than this 2007 Cobalt 242, priced right at $48,700 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in Mountain Green, Utah and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Volvo Penta engine.

2007 Cobalt 262

2007 Cobalt 262

$53,900

Worley, Idaho

Year 2007

Make Cobalt

Model 262

Category Bowrider Boats

Length 26

Posted 2 Days Ago

All the information on this vessel has been provided by the seller and gleaned from industry sources. The seller tells us this boat has been maintained to the highest of standards with profession maintenance on a regular basis. There are no known defects. Stock #160219 2007 COBALT 262 BOWRIDER VOLVO PENTA SUPERIOR ON PERFORMANCE AND ROOM If you are in the market for a bowrider, look no further than this 2007 Cobalt 262, priced right at $53,900 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in Worley, Idaho and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Volvo Penta engine that has 415 hours. Reason for selling is moved to new home.

2015 Cobalt R3

2015 Cobalt R3

$72,300

Lake Worth, Florida

Year 2015

Make Cobalt

Model R3

Category Bowrider Boats

Length 23

Posted 2 Days Ago

Being a 2015 this vessel is in fine working order and in the same fine condition. I am not sure you will find a cleaner or better cared for boat than this 2015 R3 just look one look at the engine room is all you need to see how clean this boat is. Impressed is what you will say as the photos may not do justice to this fabulous vessel. All features are in working order and this boat is ready for a trip on the water. As you can see in the photos there are no dings or damage to the hull or bumpers. It will be hard to find a boat in a showroom looking this nice! Stock #189815 Nice boat and it's ready to go on your next day trip! Arch with bimini top, great aft seating setup! Lots of room, storage and power! Includes more!! If you are in the market for a bowrider, look no further than this 2015 Cobalt R3, priced right at $72,300 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in Hypoluxo, Florida and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Volvo Penta engine that has only 145 hours. Reason for selling is not getting enough use.

1998 Cobalt 220

1998 Cobalt 220

$16,500

Hendersonville, Tennessee

Year 1998

Make Cobalt

Model 220

Category Bowrider Boats

Length 22

Posted 3 Days Ago

No rips or tears in the upholstery, but there are some small cracks from the sun on the Sunpad. The snap-in carpet has been stored inside since 1999, so its condition is very good. The cockpit cover, storm cover and bimini are all in very good condition. Stock #159254 Looks and runs great! Upgraded sound system with 1400w amp and 12" sub woofer! Two covers, full matching cover, plus waterproof storm cover & MORE!!! If you are in the market for a bowrider, look no further than this 1998 Cobalt 220, priced right at $16,500 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in Hendersonville, Tennessee and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Volvo Penta engine that has 550 hours. Reason for selling is not using.

1993 Cobalt 222 Condurre

1993 Cobalt 222 Condurre

$19,000

Orangevale, California

Year 1993

Make Cobalt

Model 222 Condurre

Category Bowrider Boats

Length 22

Posted 4 Days Ago

The seller states that all mechanical and electrical systems are in good working order. This boat is still in its stock configuration. The upholstery is due for refurbishment. Stock #180625 MOTIVATED SELLER! Big boat with a big engine for cruising around with friends and family! If you are in the market for a bowrider, look no further than this 1993 Cobalt 222 Condurre, just reduced to $19,000 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in Orangevale, California and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Mercruiser engine that has 345 hours. Reason for selling is no longer using it.

2000 Cobalt 272

2000 Cobalt 272

$25,900

Kimberling City, Missouri

Year 2000

Make Cobalt

Model 272

Category Runabout Boats

Length 27'

Posted 4 Days Ago

2000 COBALT 272, The Cobalt 272 has a combination of spaciousness, versatile seating, and standard amenities that make onboard entertaining a matter of course. With a concealed head, a refreshment center with running water, an electrically controlled swim platform, and music piped fore and aft, the 272 is a carefully engineered base of entertainment operations. Underlying all the fun is a 100-percent hand-laid hull. Hand-laid fiberglass has long been the standard of excellence in lamination that lasts, the key to structural strength and durability. It's called Hydrolam, this exclusive process of alternating heavy mat and heavier roving in seven layers of fully cured strength, a process that stretches over four full days of hull construction. Total Reaction Chemistry is here too, increasing the quality of the lamination in every aspect. The results are in the 272's long-term performance and value: elimination of stress cracks, far stronger lamination beginning to end, and visibly increased resistance to blisters. The 272 brings along typical Cobalt practicality. There's a big anchor locker with rubberized liner and gas-assisted door, a one-piece molded bow rail, carpeted storage bins under bow seats, fender lockers, and acrylic walk-through bow doors. The 272's bow is outfitted with: stereo headsets with separate volume controls, courtesy lights throughout, and drink holders surrounding every seat. An optional seat-insert transforms the bow into a sundeck for improvisational fun. In the cockpit, just astern of the flip-lip captain's chair (a five-second transition to a safe and comfortable view above the windshield), the refreshment center incorporates a round stainless steel sink, a bar faucet, and compact circular storage to produce food and drink in a very tight space. The ice chest is portable. It's 56 quarts of portability, in fact, ready to be packed with provisions at home, toted onto the boat and then locked into place behind the wetbar. The 272's head is located portside between the bow and the cockpit, and is totally concealed when not in use. The door (otherwise known as the footrest-and-glovebox assembly) swings open and the head waits below. Total privacy is assured even as an overhead light turns on and, automatically, a fan begins to draw fresh air to the compartment. The electrically controlled swim platform on the Cobalt 272 draws attention from knowledgeable boaters. Made of gelcoat fiberglass with a skid-resistant surface, the platform hides away until it's needed. Then, with the flip of a switch, it lowers to water level, reveals its fold-down ladder and extends a broad, sure-footed, walk-around surface. A courtesy light clicks on for night swims. A second switch, operational by a dog-paddling swimmer, controls the platform from the water. With some engine -- outdrive combinations achieving more than 400 horsepower, the 272 still finds room for storage astern: behind the backrest on the aft bench (ideal for stashing life jacket

1998 Cobalt 202cs

1998 Cobalt 202cs

$15,995

Danville, Virginia

Year 1998

Make Cobalt

Model 202cs

Category Ski And Wakeboard Boats

Length 20'

Posted 4 Days Ago

1998 Cobalt 202CS, 1998 Cobalt 202CS ski boat with PCM 5.8 H.O. engine and only 225.5 hours. Sony AM/FM/CD player and 4 speakers, Tower and ski tow bar, Pop up tie down cleats, Battery switch, Single axle trailer

2000 Cobalt 272

2000 Cobalt 272

$25,900

Kimberling City, Missouri

Year 2000

Make Cobalt

Model 272

Category Runabout Boats

Length 27'

Posted 4 Days Ago

2000 COBALT 272, The Cobalt 272 has a combination of spaciousness, versatile seating, and standard amenities that make onboard entertaining a matter of course. With a concealed head, a refreshment center with running water, an electrically controlled swim platform, and music piped fore and aft, the 272 is a carefully engineered base of entertainment operations. Underlying all the fun is a 100-percent hand-laid hull. Hand-laid fiberglass has long been the standard of excellence in lamination that lasts, the key to structural strength and durability. It's called Hydrolam, this exclusive process of alternating heavy mat and heavier roving in seven layers of fully cured strength, a process that stretches over four full days of hull construction. Total Reaction Chemistry is here too, increasing the quality of the lamination in every aspect. The results are in the 272's long-term performance and value: elimination of stress cracks, far stronger lamination beginning to end, and visibly increased resistance to blisters. The 272 brings along typical Cobalt practicality. There's a big anchor locker with rubberized liner and gas-assisted door, a one-piece molded bow rail, carpeted storage bins under bow seats, fender lockers, and acrylic walk-through bow doors. The 272's bow is outfitted with: stereo headsets with separate volume controls, courtesy lights throughout, and drink holders surrounding every seat. An optional seat-insert transforms the bow into a sundeck for improvisational fun. In the cockpit, just astern of the flip-lip captain's chair (a five-second transition to a safe and comfortable view above the windshield), the refreshment center incorporates a round stainless steel sink, a bar faucet, and compact circular storage to produce food and drink in a very tight space. The ice chest is portable. It's 56 quarts of portability, in fact, ready to be packed with provisions at home, toted onto the boat and then locked into place behind the wetbar. The 272's head is located portside between the bow and the cockpit, and is totally concealed when not in use. The door (otherwise known as the footrest-and-glovebox assembly) swings open and the head waits below. Total privacy is assured even as an overhead light turns on and, automatically, a fan begins to draw fresh air to the compartment. The electrically controlled swim platform on the Cobalt 272 draws attention from knowledgeable boaters. Made of gelcoat fiberglass with a skid-resistant surface, the platform hides away until it's needed. Then, with the flip of a switch, it lowers to water level, reveals its fold-down ladder and extends a broad, sure-footed, walk-around surface. A courtesy light clicks on for night swims. A second switch, operational by a dog-paddling swimmer, controls the platform from the water. With some engine -- outdrive combinations achieving more than 400 horsepower, the 272 still finds room for storage astern: behind the backrest on the aft bench (ideal for stashing life jacket

2000 Cobalt 272

2000 Cobalt 272

$25,900

Kimberling City, Missouri

Year 2000

Make Cobalt

Model 272

Category Runabout Boats

Length 27'

Posted 4 Days Ago

2000 Cobalt 272 The Cobalt 272 has a combination of spaciousness, versatile seating, and standard amenities that make onboard entertaining a matter of course. With a concealed head, a refreshment center with running water, an electrically controlled swim platform, and music piped fore and aft, the 272 is a carefully engineered base of entertainment operations. Underlying all the fun is a 100-percent hand-laid hull. Hand-laid fiberglass has long been the standard of excellence in lamination that lasts, the key to structural strength and durability. It's called Hydrolam, this exclusive process of alternating heavy mat and heavier roving in seven layers of fully cured strength, a process that stretches over four full days of hull construction. Total Reaction Chemistry is here too, increasing the quality of the lamination in every aspect. The results are in the 272's long-term performance and value: elimination of stress cracks, far stronger lamination beginning to end, and visibly increased resistance to blisters. The 272 brings along typical Cobalt practicality. There's a big anchor locker with rubberized liner and gas-assisted door, a one-piece molded bow rail, carpeted storage bins under bow seats, fender lockers, and acrylic walk-through bow doors. The 272's bow is outfitted with: stereo headsets with separate volume controls, courtesy lights throughout, and drink holders surrounding every seat. An optional seat-insert transforms the bow into a sundeck for improvisational fun. In the cockpit, just astern of the flip-lip captain's chair (a five-second transition to a safe and comfortable view above the windshield), the refreshment center incorporates a round stainless steel sink, a bar faucet, and compact circular storage to produce food and drink in a very tight space. The ice chest is portable. It's 56 quarts of portability, in fact, ready to be packed with provisions at home, toted onto the boat and then locked into place behind the wetbar. The 272's head is located portside between the bow and the cockpit, and is totally concealed when not in use. The door (otherwise known as the footrest-and-glovebox assembly) swings open and the head waits below. Total privacy is assured even as an overhead light turns on and, automatically, a fan begins to draw fresh air to the compartment. The electrically controlled swim platform on the Cobalt 272 draws attention from knowledgeable boaters. Made of gelcoat fiberglass with a skid-resistant surface, the platform hides away until it's needed. Then, with the flip of a switch, it lowers to water level, reveals its fold-down ladder and extends a broad, sure-footed, walk-around surface. A courtesy light clicks on for night swims. A second switch, operational by a dog-paddling swimmer, controls the platform from the water. With some engine - outdrive combinations achieving more than 400 horsepower, the 272 still finds room for storage astern: behind the backrest on the aft bench (ideal for stashing life jacke

2000 Cobalt 272

2000 Cobalt 272

$25,900

Kimberling City, Missouri

Year 2000

Make Cobalt

Model 272

Category Runabout Boats

Length 27'

Posted 4 Days Ago

2000 Cobalt 272 The Cobalt 272 has a combination of spaciousness, versatile seating, and standard amenities that make onboard entertaining a matter of course. With a concealed head, a refreshment center with running water, an electrically controlled swim platform, and music piped fore and aft, the 272 is a carefully engineered base of entertainment operations. Underlying all the fun is a 100-percent hand-laid hull. Hand-laid fiberglass has long been the standard of excellence in lamination that lasts, the key to structural strength and durability. It's called Hydrolam, this exclusive process of alternating heavy mat and heavier roving in seven layers of fully cured strength, a process that stretches over four full days of hull construction. Total Reaction Chemistry is here too, increasing the quality of the lamination in every aspect. The results are in the 272's long-term performance and value: elimination of stress cracks, far stronger lamination beginning to end, and visibly increased resistance to blisters. The 272 brings along typical Cobalt practicality. There's a big anchor locker with rubberized liner and gas-assisted door, a one-piece molded bow rail, carpeted storage bins under bow seats, fender lockers, and acrylic walk-through bow doors. The 272's bow is outfitted with: stereo headsets with separate volume controls, courtesy lights throughout, and drink holders surrounding every seat. An optional seat-insert transforms the bow into a sundeck for improvisational fun. In the cockpit, just astern of the flip-lip captain's chair (a five-second transition to a safe and comfortable view above the windshield), the refreshment center incorporates a round stainless steel sink, a bar faucet, and compact circular storage to produce food and drink in a very tight space. The ice chest is portable. It's 56 quarts of portability, in fact, ready to be packed with provisions at home, toted onto the boat and then locked into place behind the wetbar. The 272's head is located portside between the bow and the cockpit, and is totally concealed when not in use. The door (otherwise known as the footrest-and-glovebox assembly) swings open and the head waits below. Total privacy is assured even as an overhead light turns on and, automatically, a fan begins to draw fresh air to the compartment. The electrically controlled swim platform on the Cobalt 272 draws attention from knowledgeable boaters. Made of gelcoat fiberglass with a skid-resistant surface, the platform hides away until it's needed. Then, with the flip of a switch, it lowers to water level, reveals its fold-down ladder and extends a broad, sure-footed, walk-around surface. A courtesy light clicks on for night swims. A second switch, operational by a dog-paddling swimmer, controls the platform from the water. With some engine - outdrive combinations achieving more than 400 horsepower, the 272 still finds room for storage astern: behind the backrest on the aft bench (ideal for stashing life jacke