We're not sure where to begin.
The new 336 will mean so much to so many, and each lucky owner will find exactly the boat of which she dreamed: sporty cruiser, massive bowrider, accommodating day boat, comfortable overnighter, performance sportboat, flat-out exhilarating machine. Each 336 owner will find the features uniquely his: the award winning Cobalt ride, the leathered luxury of the cabin, the handling of a Ferrari, layback ball-game room for a dozen buddies.
A few particular traits of the 336 jump at first look. The panoramic side windows in the hull bring the outside in and reflect the envious stares of dockside passersby. Even the windshield invites further investigation of its stainless-steeled strength, its wraparound handsomeness. The cabin lies below the helm. At once snug and expansive, with a sofa stretching out there nine full feet and swiftly changeable to a berth capable of sleeping two adults and a three-year-old interloper, the cabin makes full and fine use of its spaciousness, by turns air-conditioned or heated as the day's outing or the week's cruise might require. Inside a cabinet designed to very specific purposes of entertainment and efficiency come a 32" LCD HD television, a DVD player, and a play-station hookup. The portside head compartment looms enormous, ready to double as a shower seat.
Available in meaningful twin-engine configurations, with or without joystick control, the 336 means power as needed, control as desired, luxury and comfort as expected. And, to top it off - literally, the optional stainless arch and hardtop is immediately self-explanatory in its popularity.
Begin where you like. End where you belong. As captain of the new Cobalt 336.
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