With the introduction of the A25, Cobalt Boats returned to our roots in marine design, to fundamental enhancements of the boating experience. Amid the pressures of recurring new model years, it's tempting to claim "innovations" that amount to little more than window-dressing. Not here, not in these A-Series boats.
Observe the hull, where only a five-piece mold could produce the functionality of a running surface with consequent reduced bow rise at acceleration, more stability in turns, more comfort at cruise. Walk astern to the deployable swim platform that lowers below the waterline with the press of a button. Take the helm with new Cobalt Touch Tech navigation. Notice the easier boarding on the A25, its revolutionary extensions of storage in both access and convenience, the flexibility of the seating arrangements, the ergonomics throughout.
Your Cobalt dealer will explain further. Expect a discussion you've not heard before.
|Length Overall w/ Swim Platform||25' 6''||7.77 m|
|Beam||8' 6''||2.59 m|
|Interior Cockpit Width||89''||2.26 m|
|Deadrise at Transom||21||21|
|Fuel Capacity||50 gal.||189 L|
|Freshwater Capacity||10 gal.||38 L|
|Bridge Clearance w/o Bimini||4' 11''||1.50 m|
|Bridge Clearance w/Arch or Tower||8' 2''||2.49 m|
|Draft Drive Up||30''||.76 m|
|Draft Drive Down||39''||.99 m|
|Dry Weight||5,125 lbs.||2,325 kg|
|Boat Certified Capacity||15 persons||15 persons|
|Boat Certified Capacity w/gear||2,065 lbs.||937 kg|