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Cobia 344CC



If you want to have the fish catching features of a tournament machine and be able to cruise the islands in comfort, a boat with a double-stepped hull for performance that's loaded with a long list of standard creature comforts might be the perfect blend. Twin livewells, in-deck insulated fish boxes and a side dive/tuna door will make the fisherman happy. Add a folding rear bench seat and a center console with an interior that has a head, sink, and a berth and the family is pleased as well. Bow seating is nice to have for entertaining but so is having a switch that controls an electric actuator that lifts a cocktail table which recesses into the cockpit floor. At the helm of the center console a flat, aviation style, glass panel that encompasses the electronics and will react to your touch, makes navigation easier. If you want to prowl the cobalt blue waters miles offshore, in a boat that can still be trailered and doesn't require a full time captain, a center console in the 33 to 35 foot range may just be the best boat for you.

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Cobia Boat Company

3207 Industrial 29th Street

Fort Pierce, FL 34946

(772) 460-5258

www.cobiaboats.com

Cobia 344CC Specifications

LOA: 34 feet, 4 inches

Beam: 11 feet, 2 inches

Fuel capacity: 320 gallons

Draft: 24 inches

Hull weight: 8600 pounds

Max horsepower: 900 hp

MSRP with twin 350 Yamaha: $222,583

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