Cobia boats feature smart deck layouts that place everything where it can be operated with minimal effort, allowing movement through the boat, free of awkward steps or hazards.
Freeboard hits the sweet spot—not too much or too little.
Wiring is easily accessed and labeled for maintenance.
Cobia hulls boast fine, sharp stems that use all of the boat’s length to slice through waves; large bow flares then push down spray for a ride that is soft, dry, relaxing and fuel efficient.
Cobia 320 CC
Cobia’s 320 CC is a big-water, hard-fishing boat ready for long-range adventures but still comfortably trailerable.
Serious fishing features include an unobstructed 82-square-foot cockpit, a tackle center with a sink and bait-prep area, undergunwale rod storage, two 55-gallon macerated in-deck fish boxes, and twin pressurized livewells with combined 70-gallon capacity.
An inward-opening side door can be a tuna door or, with a stowable ladder, provide cockpit entry from the dock or after a dive. Deluxe, independent helm seats face a panel with space for a pair of 16-inch displays and more.
Typical of Cobias, the topside of the 320 is both elegant and comfortable. Split bow seats flank a retractable table that stores flush within the floor and raises electronically to become either a sun deck or bow table.
A walk-down, forward-entry head with 6-foot-2-inch ceiling houses an electric toilet, a sink with a shower faucet, a vanity, and storage cabinets.
To the optional fiberglass T-top, you might add kingfish rod holders or outriggers. Among other fishing options are four flush-mounted kite-fishing rod holders and upgraded electronics packages.
Power choices include twin Yamaha 300s or 425 XTOs—with digital electric steering—and, if optioned, the Helm Master Ex, an autopilot and joystick control.
Whether you’re fishing or cruising, Cobia’s thoughtfully designed decks make for a great day on the water.
- Test Power: Twin Yamaha 425 hp XTO Offshore
- Test Props: Yamaha XTO Offshore
- Test Load: 10,158 lb.
- Test Speed: 64 mph @ 6,000 rpm
- Max Range: 428 mi. @ 29.7 mph, 3,000 rpm
|Fuel Capacity:||275 gal.|
|Dry Weight:||9,260 lb. with power|
Our tests confirm that the Cobia 320 CC is quick. Powered by a pair of Yamaha F300 V-6 outboards, it rockets from zero to 30 mph in 7.5 seconds and climbs to a top speed of 54.5 mph at 5,800 rpm. We also discovered superb maneuverability and a smooth, comfortable ride at any speed. – Jim Hendricks, Staff Editor, Fishing Group