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Cobalt 230 BR Rok 2009

  • General Information

    Model Year
    Model Code
    Stock Number


    Hull Shape
    Deep Vee
    Hull Material

    Inboard Engine

    300 Horsepower


    24 Feet
    8 Feet 6 Inches
    Max Bridge Clearance
    4 Feet 3 Inches
    Min Draft
    2 Feet
    Max Draft
    3 Feet
    Dry Weight
    4150 Pounds
    Deadrise at Transom
    20 Degrees
    Maximum Load Capacity
    1650 Pounds


    Additional Classes1
    Primary Boat Class


    Fuel Tank Capacity
    50 Gallons
    Fresh Water Tank Capacity
    10 Gallons


  • 2009 Cobalt 230 with 350 MAG MPI B3 drive 300 HP

    Option Upgrades:
    Battery Switch-dual

    Transom Tilt Switch 

    Additional Features:
    Am-fm Cd (std) NC
    Enhanced Salt Water Package NC


    Space is where one finds it, as the Cobalt 230 makes all best use of every inch of room -- over, under, sideways, and aft ? with four additional, longitudinal inches in the bow and ten inches in the cockpit. And, in keeping with its size and spaciousness, this boat has an especially large heart, with the addition to the options list of big-block engines and an accompanying 10-gallon bump in fuel capacity. The high-horsepower stuff aside, the 230 concentrates on the details, the niceties that subtly extend a boat's enjoyment: the extra room to stretch in the cockpit and bow, naturally, but also more cupholders, underseat storage, new piping on the upholstery, beefed-up engine venting, and other such particulars of evolutionary Cobalt design.