Cobia 350CC First Glance

Livewells and cockpit room for the angler, space and comfort for the family.

April 24, 2020
Cobia 350CC making a hard turn offshore
The 350CC delivers loads of room to fish and comforts for family cruising. Cobia Boats

Cobia Boats’ new 350CC features a double-stepped, vacuum-infused hull to match its elegant topside amenities and fishing conveniences, which include dual 42-gallon livewells, two in-floor fish boxes that pump overboard, a full tackle and bait-prep station, plus a belowdecks lockable rod box.

The center console’s 11-foot-2-inch beam translates to a spacious cockpit (131 square feet) and roomy walkthroughs. An inward-opening side door simplifies hauling aboard a big fish or loading gear from a dock.

Seating for 11—including a triple helm seat, integrated chaise lounge for two and a full sun lounge—means this boat easily transitions to a family cruiser. A hideaway bow table electronically rises from the sole to hold a picnic lunch or party spread. The boat also features seven insulated boxes to house your catch or weekender supplies.


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The console interior comes with a V-berth, an electric head and a combination sink and shower. Order an optional refrigerator for the leaning post.

Cobia’s 350CC can carry 320 gallons of fuel, and handles a maximum of 900 hp.



LOA: 34 ft. 4 in.

Beam: 11 ft. 2 in.

Dry Weight: 8,600 lb. (w/o engines)


Draft: 2 ft.

Transom Deadrise: 21.6 deg.

MSRP: $292,387 (w/ triple Yamaha F300s)


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