2015 Cobalt Marker One M27

$79,900
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Specifications

  • Make Cobalt Boats
  • Model Marker One M27
  • Model Year 2015
  • Price $79,900
  • Sale Status For Sale
  • Model Status Pre-Owned
  • Category Pontoon Boat
  • Hull Type Fiberglass
  • Stock ID Z-CO-M7033

Dimensions

  • Length 24' 10
  • Beam 8' 6
  • Brand MERCURY
  • Model VERADO 300
  • Fuel Type Gas
  • Hours 58.8

The Marker One models are described by the company as “a
re-interpretation of the traditional pontoon boat”. Cobalt abandoned the
traditional marine plywood deck, used by nearly every other pontoon
manufacturer, in favor of a full fiberglass deck structure mated to three 27”
diameter aluminum pontoon logs (standard).

Above the deck, you’d be hard pressed to imagine or even
believe you’re on a pontoon boat.  The
fiberglass gunwale-like sides replace the usual aluminum fence or side panels
found on other ‘toons. At the stern, the deck curves down to a unique swim
platform, much like one you’d find on a mid-twenty foot runabout or bowrider.
The swim platform is equipped with built-in boarding steps that drop below the
deck to almost water level, and a built-in stainless ladder. Pop-up stainless
cleats and grab handles are of the usual Cobalt quality and feel.

The ML4 model features three distinct seating areas. Two
–facing lounges up front; the captain’s and companion seats behind their
respective real-glass large windscreens; and an aft conversation area featuring
the flip-fold seatback of the aft bench.

LENGTH:  24’ 10” /
7.57 M

BEAM:  8’ 6” / 2.59 M

NUMBER OF TUBES:  3

MAXIMUM HP:  300

PERSON CAPACITY:  12

WEIGHT:  4,600 LBS. /
2,086 KG

FUEL CAPACITY:  55
GALS / 208 L

The Marker One rides on a triple-log pontoon hull (a
tri-toon, in pontooner’s parlance) and the logs have lifting strakes, chines,
and a keel. The pontoons are bolted to the fiberglass deck and topsides’
stringer system. Matching up a pontoon hull with a runabout-style deck and
topsides may sound a bit strange at first, but it eliminates several of the
usual pontoon boat gripes: there are no noisy, flimsy “fences”
surrounding the deck, and there’s no plywood in the construction.

These boats are also semi-customizable, with multiple
graphics and color options, snap-in carpets, and different available seating
arrangements. And as you’d expect from Cobalt, the fit and finish is excellent,
while pieces and parts are extremely high-grade. Take a peek at the slide-out
cooler, for example, and note that it’s a Yeti, instead of the common Igloo or
Coleman. The helm also looks more runabout than pontoon, with a stitched
leather wheel cover, stainless-steel switches, dual digital multifunction gauges,
and a stainless-steel framed windshield.

Cobalt has integrated many of the features
they’ve found popular on their traditional line into the Marker One Platform
series. Check out the swim platform, for example; it has a molded-in swim step
that gets you right down to water level. The picnic table is on a slide-in side
mount instead of the standard pontoon pedestal, which makes it easier to sit
around without kicking the leg. And the helm has a comfy flip-up bolster seat à
la sportboat.

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