Cobalt Boats and Marker One to Show Big at The Miami International Boat Show

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Cobalt Boats and Marker One will be attending the Miami International Boat Show February 12 – 16, 2015 at the Miami Convention Center. Attendees will get the opportunity to see some of the newest boat models to date, including the highly proclaimed Marker One M27.

Cobalt dealers attending the show include Top Notch Marine, Pompano, Fort Pierce and Melbourne, Florida; Southeast Marine, Orlando, Florida; Jacksonville Beach Marine, Jacksonville Beach, Florida; Legendary Marine, Panama City, Destin and Fort Walton Beach, Florida and Gulf Shores, Alabama; Cobalt Boats of Tampa Bay, Dunedin, Florida; The Boat House, Port Charlotte, Cape Coral and Naples, Florida; and Promarine, Mexico.

 

Models that are scheduled to be on display include the new Cobalt A40, 336, 302, A28, R5, R7, 24SD, 26SD and the Marker One M27. Among some of the highlighted models, the A40 will make its appearance as the ultimate dayboat. Designed with yacht-style qualities, this luxurious vessel features finely detailed interiors wrapped in an athletic, sporty profile. Featuring technology of the day, the A40 is equipped with twin 12” touch screens and optional radar. The cockpit seating is engineered for entertaining and positioned strategically with an outdoor galley and an enormous sunpad.

 

The ever-popular R7 will also bring its best to the Miami International Boat Show. Representing the 23’-27’ bowrider segment, the R7 has made its mark in the industry. Leading with its great on-water performance and followed up by its maximized roominess, in true Cobalt fashion, this legendary ride has lived up to its glory, and then some. The extended length allows for a phenomenal increase in storage with room for all your guests and their gear. With its highly appointed upholstery and spacious bow area, this expansive boat hits the mark with the perfect marriage of style and big water-day boating.

 

And lastly among the spectacular line up, is the Marker One M27. Encompassing luxury, performance and versatility, the M27 has something for everyone on deck. From skiers to divers, to snorklers to campers, this platform style boat adapts to the mood. 

 

Charging across the water at top speeds or resting quietly on a mirrored lake, let this off-road vehicle work do all the work. Hulls of premium grade high gauge aluminum are bolted through a structural stringer system to an upper fiberglass deck for superior rot-free construction. And inside her layout is spacious, comfortable and can adapt to the moment. This platform isn’t your typical pontoon, to say the least.

 

www.cobaltboats.com

www.markerone.com

 

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