Monday, August 25, 2014

Heartland Boating's Review of Cobalt A40

 

Head over to HeartLand Boating's September/October issue for a recent review on the Cobatl A40. HeartlLand Boating features articles written for recreational boaters. Plus, get a glimpse of news, opinions, helpful hints and much more tailored to the boating industry. 

Read more here.

 

  Categories: Cobalt Boats, Industry News, Innovative Features, Lifestyle, Tips and Hints | Tags: Boating Industry, Cobalt Boats, Family Boating, Lifestyle, Luxury Boat, New Boat


Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Let's Be Friends

 

We can all agree that social media has changed the way people communicate. What better way to embrace the social scene than by connecting with the people and companies that matter most?

Cobalt Boats wants to invite you to “Like” our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, subscribe to our very own YouTube channel – engage with us and see more of what you love! Each and every day, we’re posting photos, videos, footage and boating tips to our social channels.

Stay connected and learn about your favorite boats just by scrolling through your news feed. Do you have a customer service question? Or, maybe you want to check out a boat show near you? Simply follow us on any social channel for immediate service and answers to all your boating questions. 

Below are a few links that will help you find us:

Like us on Facebook

Follow us on Twitter

Subscribe to our You Tube channel

Read the Cobalt Life Blog

 

  Categories: Customer Service, Industry News, Innovative Features, Lifestyle, Tips and Hints, Videos | Tags: Boating Industry, Cobalt Boats, Family Boating


Tuesday, May 13, 2014

New Feature Items Online

 

First and foremost, Cobalt is proud to announce the launch of the new A40. This new sport yacht is designed for power and performance, combined with the elegance and luxury that is found in every model. Take a look at the new music video as well as the 360 virtual tour. These new features give you an up-close-and-personal view, only second to seeing this spectacular boat in person. Be sure to take a few moments and watch the joystick control and twin engine solutions video found here.

The second new feature to the Cobalt website is the 2014 Cobalt Full Line brochure, available for download today. This is your chance to marvel and learn more about all of your favorite boat models, just in time for boating season. The downloadable PDF presents stunning photography that is just as striking online as it is in person. Large graphics, vibrant colors and detailed spec information widened across your screen, giving you immediate access to boat models, accessories and amenities. This massive, thorough PDF is an exact replica of the hard copy so you won’t miss even a page! But just in case you want a hard copy for the desk or coffee table, you can request the brochure to be sent directly to your home!

Simply go to our home page and click on the picture of the couple that says “The New 2014 Brochure Download Now”. Then fill out the form, click submit and download the brochure of your dreams. Literally!

Lastly, don’t forget to download your favorite Cobalt model wallpaper for your computer! Head over to the Download Library to view all the wallpaper options for your personal or work computer, as well as your tablet or mobile device. Customize and showcase your very own Cobalt dream boat. It’s a simple way to relive the best memories and look forward to the ones yet to be made.

 

  Categories: Cobalt Boats, Customer Service, Industry News, Innovative Features, Lifestyle, Tips and Hints, Videos | Tags: Award Winning Boat, Boating Industry, Family Boating, Lifestyle, New Boat


Saturday, July 14, 2012

A Cobalt Boater’s Dictionary

 

Your ownership of a Cobalt boat entitles you to use loud and often nautical terms of every stripe: those that have come fully into the vernacular — “learn the ropes,” for example – and those that remain damp and obscure — the onomatopoetic “garbling,” for example,  “the illegal practice of mixing cargo with garbage.” No garbling around here.  None whatsoever, as we invite you to talk the talk just as confidently as your Cobalt  . . . er  . . . walks the walk.  Do be careful then, as nautical terms do sometimes make for unworkable metaphors.

  • Anchor’s aweigh: Your cry to all aboard once the anchor has just cleared the bottom, signaling that you’re underway on a morning of absolute fun.
  • Amidships: midway between the bow and stern of your Cobalt
  • Astern: at the rear of your boat
  • Ballast: a sophisticated set of tanks and their controls used to control buoyancy and stability on the Cobalt WSS boats
  • Beam: the width of your Cobalt at its widest point
  • Belay: to secure a rope by winding on a pin or cleat
  • Bilge: the lower part of the inner hull, the deep-V hull that contributes so mightily to your Cobalt’s smooth, oh so smooth ride
  • Binnacle: the case in which a compass is kept
  • Brightwork: exposed polished metal on your Cobalt, pretty much everywhere on your Cobalt
  • Buoy: a floating object of defined shape and color, anchored at a given position to serve as an aid to navigation, a floating object frequently struck by other boaters staring at your beautiful new Cobalt 243
  • Chine: an angle on the hull, reversed on Cobalt hulls to enhance stability and  strength
  • Escutcheon: that area on the stern where you have lovingly displayed your Cobalt’s given name
  • Freeboard: distance between the waterline and the gunwale on your Cobalt, a safe, eminently workable distance
  • Gunwale: upper edge of your Cobalt’s side
  • Handsomely: in a slow, even motion as in the retrieval of a line, as in “My, my, my. That Cobalt surely does leave the dock handsomely.”
  • Keelhauling: maritime punishment in which the condemned sailor is dragged under the keel of a wooden ship, the barnacles doing their worst on the poor man; in fact, keelhauling simply will no longer work as a punishment for or deterrent to on-the-water misbehavior, such is the smooth perfection of the Cobalt hull
  • Knot: a unit of speed – one nautical mile (1.1508 landlocked mile) per hour
  • Land lubber: a person unfamiliar with being on the sea; also; a person unlucky enough to have never boarded a Cobalt
  • Lanyard: a rope or line for fastening aboard your boat
  • Larboard: the left side of a Cobalt, less common of course than portside, the counterpart of starboard, the right side of the boat
  • Marina: a docking facility for boats and yachts, the scene of obvious and uncontrollable envy on the part of otherwise quite decent, quite lovable owners of boats manufactured somewhere other than Neodesha, Kansas
  • Planing: when a fast-moving Cobalt skims over the water instead of pushing through it; the adverb/adjective pair most frequently attached to a Cobalt’s planning – “essentially instant”
  • Scuttlebutt: a barrel with a hole from which sailors would drink; hence, a shipboard drinking fountain and therefore, in modern naval slang, “gossip”; a term now used almost exclusively at boat shows in the context of the Cobalt innovations about to be introduced for the new model year
  • Skipper: the captain of the boat, as in “Skipper, are you truly this talented, or are you relying on the Livorsi engine controls, standard on all Cobalt twin-engine powertrains to dock your 303?”
  • Transom: the transverse members of the boat’s construction at the stern, an aft wall of sorts to which the drive portion of the sterndrive is attached
  • Windlass: a winch used to raise your boat’s anchor

Anchor’s aweigh fer sure, me hearties!  And the scuttlebutt is that the skipper is just about to stand abeam and order an extra ration of grog for the entire ship’s company.

 

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