Review of the Cobalt R35

Posted Date: 10/03/2017

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The Cobalt R35 is the largest of the R Series. This hybrid, open-bow day boat is as stunning as it is versatile. With a length over all of 34’9” and a beam of 10’7” you can make long runs safely and comfortably, or you can pop out to the island for the day of fun.

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The Florida sun can be intimidating in the summer months, but Cobalt gives you the option to add a generator, powering both cabin and cockpit AC. On the port side you have an oversized head, with over 6’ of headroom. On the starboard side you will find a cabin, stretching out 9’ long, which sleeps 2. The spacious layout allows you to comfortably entertain 10 or more guests, but the R35’s yacht certification permits you to have as many people on board as you like.

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The R35’s helm now comes standard with a full glass cockpit. The twin Garmin screens will allow you to command all your systems exactly how you choose. Lastly, with the available joystick control from either Volvo-Penta or MerCruiser, you can guide the R35 into the tightest spots at your local waterfront restaurant.

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Build Specifications

Length Overall:  34' 9"

Beam:  10' 7"

Weight:  12,300 lbs

Minimum Draft:  24

Fuel Capacity:  174 gal

Water Capacity:  27 gal

Waste Capacity:  28 gal

Height:  106

Engines:  2

Staterooms:  1

Heads:  1

Sleeps:  2

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