Cobalt Sterndrive vs. Inboard/V-Drive
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More Introduction
Smooth Ride
  More Versatile Trim Range
More Trim Up for a Smooth Ride
  Smooth Those Rough Waves
More Fuel Efficient Operation
  More Wasted Thrust Wastes Money!
  More Reduce Resistance by Trimming Up
  More Two Props are Better Than One
  More Burn Up to 70% Less Fuel!
More Boat For Your Money
  More Higher Off the Water = Drier Ride
Watersports, Without the Sacrifice
  More Naturally Designed for Excellent Wakes
  More Low Bowrise = Safe Hole Shots
Faster Speed
  More Go Faster!
Shallower Draft When You Need It
  More Avoid Propeller Damage
Powertrain Warranty
  More Cobalt Provides 5 Years of Protection

Cobalt Provides a Much Smoother Ride.

Deeper Deadrise: Smooth Those Rough Waves.

The shape of the boat's hull bottom is a major determinant of how smooth a boat will run through rough water. Cobalt prides itself on an extremely smooth ride, having hulls with a transom deadrise (at the back end of the boat) of up to 21 degrees, while the deadrise of most inboard ski/wakeboard boats today is approximately 4 degrees at the keel. Take a ride on both types of boats on a choppy day out on the lake and you'll be amazed at the difference!

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