2004 Cobalt 360
Fresh Water – One Owner – Lived On Lift In A Completely Enclosed Boat House
If you are in the market for a 360 Cobalt then this freshwater 360 is a must see. The 360 is a great boat for cruising and day boating. Its handling abilities are second to none in its class. It is both luxurious and performance oriented with a classic and timeless look.
Powered by twin Merc 496 MAG HO 425 hp with only 283 hours. It has a white hull with sport navy boot stripe, wavy navy vinyl piping, nautical blue cabin theme, vacuuflush head, premium stereo system, only 22 hours on 5kw gen with sound shield plus many additional options.
Cobalts engineering and design team hit the 360 model out of the park!
The boat was sold new by our marina.
To see all options click Options/Features tab below.
- Twin Merc 496 MAG HO B3 425 HP
- All White Hull with Navy Boot Stripe
- Wavy Navy Piping
- Nautical Blue Cabin
- Vacuuflush Head
- Premium Sound System
- Spotlight with Helm Remote
- 5 KW Gen
- Transom Shower
- Bimini Top with Enclosure
- Cockpit Tonneau Cover
- Stereo Remote Control at Transom
- Transom Speakers
- Docking Lights
- 10″ Stainless Steel Bow Rails
- Cockpit Heater
The Cobalt 360 Performance Cruiser brings to market all the amenities of a cruiser coupled with all the performance of a sport boat. Equipped with dozens of standard features and buoyed by an options list that ranges from air-conditioning to a global positioning system/radar in a single unit, the 360 arrives with a carefully tuned hull ready to take on big, rough water. The 360 incorporates classic styling with the long, clean lines that have defined Cobalt design for 30 years. Forward, there is a windlass with a Delta anchor. A walk-through door waits at the transom, with a concealed boarding ladder. From bow to stern, all the Cobalt standards are present: stainless steel windshield frame, bow scuff plate, stainless steel bow rail, and transom storage. The cockpit is a study in comfort and convenience with removable 40-ounce carpet, a double table, an ice maker, a sink running hot and cold water, a cabin door with a screen and, for an extra measure of usefulness, a 110-volt outlet. The instrumentation is comprehensive and aircraft-quality: a compass, a depth gauge, temperature gauges for air and water, an hour meter, and a trim-tab indicator system. The design of the dash carries some nice surprises: zero-effort engine controls and Waterfall Bubinga wood with all of its eye appeal and durability. In the cabin, there is a table and a berth (mid-cabin), a refrigerator/freezer, a stove, a microwave, and a fiberglass head unit with a shower.