Owned by the Maverick Boat Group, Cobia was founded in 1985 with two molds purchased for $12,000. The Maverick Boat Group (MBG) owns other brands including Maverick, Hewes, and Pathfinder brands, each market leaders in their own area.
The Maverick Boat Group (MBG) has gone on to be one of the most highly respected names in the boating industry and focuses on building high performance fishing boats designed for serious anglers that exceed their customers’ expectations.
Cobia boats have smart deck layouts, that are spacious and easy to get around. Ample freeboard means open water security, and hand holds are out of the way but still within reach. The company has thought through all the details that anglers look for when seeking a serious fishing vessel.
All Cobia boats are built to American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) standards, the highest in the industry.
Cobia Center Console Boats
Center console boats by Cobia have received recognition and admiration by assuring that standard features are at the top of their game. These may include superior seating arrangements, lots of storage capacity, wide decks, and a center console steering capability for the enjoyment of fishing and time with family. The company also offers customization so that owners can create a boat based on their preferences and needs. The Maverick Boat Group has been constructing Cobia boats with deep-V hulls and flared bows so that they slice through the water; carbon-reinforced beam support gives the their boats a smooth and dry ride.
Cobia Dual Console Boats
Cobia 220 Center Console
The Cobia 220 Center Console, for one, is as versatile as it gets, as she is comfortable serving family and friends and can be a serious fishing boat as well.
- The 220 Center Console features insulated fish boxes, includes rod storage, and has livewells. However, throughout the boat, there is extensive seating including bench seating at the transom and wraparound seating at the bow.
- The 220 Center Console was created to allow the captain to stay in control at all times, with the ease of navigation from the Yamaha 6YC Information Station. The captain has all the knowledge of the boat without feeling as if she is too much to handle.
Cobia 330 Dual Console
Dual console boats from Cobia are safe, reliable, and fast vessels that are versatile. Decks aboard the company’s dual console boats are vast, and easy to maneuver around. The 330 Dual Console model was appointed on the list of the Boatsafe’s Seven Best Dual Consoles of 2021, that just goes to show how safe and dependable Cobia dual console boats are. The dual console fleet of boats from Cobia range in size from 21 feet to 33 feet, and durable, stable boats that as comfortable with families as they are with fishermen.
The largest dual console of the fleet, the 330 DC, features generous cockpit space that measures in at over 54 square feet. The space can transform from a fishing machine to one that offers comfortable seating for up to seven people with the touch of finger thanks to the drop-down triple-wide bench seating in the stern, as well as aft facing jump seats at the back end of prep station. The 330 dual console also offers large fishboxes under the aft cockpit sole, and has twin storage lockers as well. Sitting on an elevated platform, the captain’s chair is adjustable and offers great visibility, standing or sitting.
- Size: 20 to 33 feet
- Type: High-performance fishing boats
- Model: Cobia Center Console Models: Cobia 201 CC, Cobia 220 CC, Cobia 240 CC, Cobia 262 CC, Cobia 280 CC, Cobia 301 CC, Cobia 320 CC, and Cobia 350 CC. Cobia Dual Console Models: Cobia 220 DC, Cobia 240 DC, Cobia 280 DC, and Cobia 330 DC.
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Cobia Boats Models
|Model Name||Production Year||LOA||Beam||Draft|
|260-270 Walkaround||1997-2007||27' 6" (8.38m)||8' 6" (2.59m)||1' 9" (0.51m)|
|264-274 Center Console||1998-2002||27' 6" (8.38m)||8' 6" (2.59m)||1' 3" (0.38m)|
|274 Center Console||2003-2007||27' 6" (8.38m)||8' 6" (2.59m)||1' 6" (0.46m)|
|277-280 Center Console||2016-2020||27' 7" (8.41m)||9' 9" (2.95m)||2' 3" (0.66m)|
|280 Dual Console||2017-2020||27' 7" (8.41m)||9' 9" (2.95m)||2' 3" (0.69m)|
|296 Center Console||2012-2017||29' 7" (9.02m)||10' (3.05m)||2' 1" (0.63m)|
|301 Center Console||2018-2020||29' 7" (9.02m)||10' (3.05m)||2' 1" (0.63m)|
|312 Sport Cabin||2003-2007||31' (9.42m)||9' 10" (3m)||1' 7" (0.48m)|
|314 Center Console||2003-2007||31' (9.42m)||9' 10" (3m)||2' 10" (0.86m)|
|344 Center Console||2015-2019||34' 4" (10.46m)||11' 3" (3.4m)||2' 4" (0.71m)|
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