Cobalt 336: Short Video Tour

Brett Becker shows off the key features of this 36 foot runabout.

27th March 2013.
By Brett Becker

We’re here at the Cobalt booth at the 2013 Miami Boat Show onboard their new 336. Big, big runabout, excellent day boat. Just look at all the space they’ve got here.

This is me at work!

Just wanted to point out one of the details on this. The seat has an armrest, but because it’s a Cobalt, it’s through-bolted, with a backing plate that’s molded into the deck. So it’s a pretty stout piece as you can see.

The 336 is a day boat, but Cobalt has built in a cabin so you have a place to duck in out of the sun. It’s got a pretty neat feature—let me show you.

Undo these latches, pull up some supports, and you’ve got a full bed.

The 336 also includes a full sized head compartment, with plenty of natural lighting and electrical lighting. You’ve got a full commode with a vacuum flush. It’s also got a shower head that pulls right out of the sink.

For more information, visit Cobalt Boats, or read our review – Cobalt 336: Dual Console Bowrider or Cabin Cruiser.


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Brett Becker

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Brett Becker is a freelance writer and photographer who has covered the marine industry for 15 years. In addition to covering the ski boat and runabout markets for Boats.com, he regularly writes and shoots for BoatTrader.com. Based in Ventura, Calif., Becker holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s in mass communication from the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

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