In describing Cobalt boat-building philosophy, Cobalt engineers speak of heft, of beefiness, of strength both real and perceived. The 276 just looks substantial. At the same time, the 276's exterior design of those long, long lines, offer a new expression of Cobalt classicism. In its combination of easy grace and masterfully channeled power, the 276 extends the definition of a large runabout in the Mediterranean mold, a transitional boat borrowing much of the style, even more of the substance of a performance cruiser. More about those lines: aft, the transom swoops down, where a fresh design for the finned engine vents uses stainless steel to complement the illusion that this boat never really does ride at anchor.
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