Cobia 344 Center Console
Cobia Boats' new 344 Center Console features a twin-stepped hull designed for
twin 350 or triple 300 configuration. Topside amenities include a side dive/ tuna door as well as an
electronic table that flushes into the forward deck and lifts to create a forward sundeck or a higher
table for the bow seating area. Deluxe helm bolsters, a berth inside the fully step-down console,
forward console seating with armrests and drink holders, and a foldaway aft bench are all standard.
With the addition of the optional cooler to the forward console seating, the area converts to a
forward-facing, fully cushioned chaise lounge for two. For the serious angler you’ll find twin
41-gallon livewells, two in-floor 62-gallon macerated fishboxes plus horizontal rod storage hidden
underneath the berth in the lockable console. The tackle center features a sink and rigging area,
along with tackle storage, and is designed to offer a comfortable aft-facing seat area for watching
your trolling spread. Topside rod storage is achieved in racks underneath aft covering boards and
vertically on the aft legs of the optional hardtop.
The helm area features standard Optimus electronic steering, Yamaha’s Command Link Plus display and additional storage drawers located above a molded-in footrest. Optional upgrades include an Optimus joystick control and a deluxe helm suite that includes an infinity dash panel with dual 16-inch Simrad units and autopilot. Bilge access is achieved through a large access door with a standard electronic lift assist and an in-floor lazarette provides access to additional rigging and the livewell plumping. Contact: Cobia Boats at 877-COBIA-FUN or visit www.cobiaboats.com.
LOA: 34’ 4”
Beam: 11’ 2"
Fuel Capacity: 320 gallons
Water Capacity: N/A
Grady-White Express 330
Recently named one of the 25 greatest sportfishing boats of the decade,
the Grady-White Express 330 is a very popular and much-honored express-style design that continues
to set an industry standard. The new 2015 Express 330 made its debut at the Annapolis Boat Show and
the company undertook a redesign to this popular and iconic boat, building in many important upgrades
to meet advances in technology and evolving customer wants and needs. Grady-White has created a new
environment aboard this boat, with even better features, ergonomics and use of space, while retaining
the best of its engineering details. There’s enhanced seating and movement around the helm area thanks
to added amenities such as improved footrests and a contoured seating option. Inside, a new lighting
design brightens up the entire cabin while new cabinetry and counters in the galley along with more
luxurious interior fabrics give the cabin an elegant look and feel. Other new features include the
Yamaha Helm Master system.
Later in the 2015 model year Grady-White will offer an AV hardtop with a SureShade retractable cover for an out-of-the-sun cockpit. A special helm enclosure option is available in lieu of the standard hardtop and a cockpit grill and refrigerator are now available. Always keeping the angler in mind, the Express 330 offers a roomy cockpit and easily accessed rod and tackle storage as well as a large capacity live well. Improvement in movement and ergonomics at the helm and in the cockpit also enhance the boat’s fishability. All storage and fish boxes are self-bailing and gunwale washdown system makes clean up a breeze. Contact: Grady-White at 252-752-2111 or visit www.gradywhite.com.
LOA (with Pulpit): 35’ 10”
Beam: 11’ 7”
Draft (hull): 25”
Fuel Capacity: 331 gallons
Water Capacity: 44 gallons