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2015 Cobalt Marker One

Counce, Tennessee

$79,900

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.

Basic Boat Info

Price: $79,900
Make: Cobalt
Model: Marker One
Year: 2015
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Aluminum

Dimensions

Length: 27 ft
Length Overall: 24'10 ft
Beam: 8'6 ft

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: MERCURY
  • Model: VERADO 300
  • Fuel: Unleaded
  • Engine Power: 300hp
  • Year: 2015

Other

Stock Number: Z-CO-M7033
Boat Class: Pontoon Boats

Contact

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Marine Sales of Pickwick has been servicing the boating needs of Pickwick Lake for over 40 years, We are a full service dealership stocking a full line of Cobalt Boats, Manitou, Barletta, Yamaha, and Sea Doo.
Marine Sales of Pickwick, LLC

Office

Marine Sales of Pickwick, LLC
9470 Hwy 57
Counce, Tennessee, US, 38326
Tel:731-689-3700


DISCLAIMER

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


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