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Basic Boat Info

Make: Cobia
Model:320 Center Console
Year: 2018
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass


Length: 32 ft
Length Overall: 32 ft
Waterline Length: 9.75
Beam: 10.25 ft
Bridge Clearance:
Dry Weight: 7,324 lb

Engines/ Speed

Engines: 2
  • Make: Yamaha
  • Fuel: unleaded
  • Engine Power: 700 hp


500 South Main Street
Freeport, NY, US
Builder Description
With an overall length of 32 ft, a beam of 10 ft 3 inch, and a 275 gallon fuel capacity, the 320 CC is designed to be a big water hull capable of long range trips that can still be comfortably trailered. The boat includes serious fishing features like a large unobstructed cockpit with little left to be desired, a tackle center with sink and bait prep area suitable for any offshore angler, under-gunwale rod storage, macerated in-deck fish boxes, and twin pressurized livewells that combine for a 70 gallon capacity. The 320 CC is also ideal for cruising with features like its elegant front seating, electric bow table, inward opening side door (which doubles as a tuna door), spacious walk-down forward entry head and JL Audio surround sound. Even your tallest friends will be comfortable with the 320 CC's 6 ft 2 inch ceiling height below deck. When you approach the console you will not be disappointed. A drop-in helm pod big enough to fit dual 16? multi-function displays and a full array of control elements can be color matched to the hull and all the upholstery onboard is available in three optional color packages, including a tri-color custom Bentley-style stitching.
Salt Water Sportsman review By Alex Suescun March
Length: 32'0" | Beam: 10'3" | Draft: 23" | Fuel: 275 gal. | Deadrise: 21.5 degrees | Max hp: 700 | Weight: 7,324 lb. plus power | Cobia Boat Company: Test Conditions:
Weather: Partly sunny | Location: Fort Pierce, Florida | Wind: Northwest 7 knots | Sea State: Smooth | Test Load: Three adults, 100 gallons of fuel Cobia Boats

A seamless merger of convenience, style and serious angling features, the 320 CC is built and outfitted to take on big-water challenges, even fishing tournaments, and also meet the needs of crew members who prefer a more casual approach to boating and fishing. While its clean lines and classic styling contribute to the appeal, it?s the roomy, well-planned layout and the wealth of amenities, both fishing-related and otherwise, that are bound to raise eyebrows.

A hatch in the bow conceals a dedicated anchor locker complete with windlass and is part of an elevated platform (where the covering boards meet) large enough to serve as a perch from which to cast-net bait when conditions allow. Above-deck compartments to port and starboard provide bow seating for four to six people. A filler plank that butts against the forward bulkhead completes the U-shaped cushioned seating with ample storage underneath. A recessed grab rail traces the contour of the bow-seating backrests, which include two separate end sections that turn to face forward for lounging. And when it?s time for lunch or drinks, a table with fiberglass top that resides in the deck rises at the touch of a button.

The forward seat of the center console accommodates two, houses a 72-quart cooler beneath, and is integrated into the front fascia, which swings open to a spacious step-down head compartment with 6 feet 2 inches of height clearance, conveniently appointed with an electric marine toilet with macerator, vanity, Corian counter, sink, freshwater faucet/pull-out shower, closet with hangers, and storage cabinet. A large in-deck compartment in front of the console stows fenders, buoys, cast nets and other wet gear.
The helm side of the console incorporates a drop-in electronics pod with dimensions to hold dual 16-inch multifunction displays, plus digital gauges, a VHF radio, stereo, and full array of switches and control elements. A few inches below, the tilt steering wheel and throttle control are perfectly situated for easy reach and unobstructed view of the MFDs, while a storage cubby and a glove compartment keep cellphones and valuables safe and at arm?s length. An optional integrated windshield protects the skipper and a companion from rain and spray, while a pair of comfy helm chairs with flip-up bolsters and arm- and footrests enable driving while either sitting or standing. Said chairs and the rest of the upholstery are available in three optional color packages, including a custom tri-color package with elegant Bentley-style stitching.
Behind the helm seats, a tackle-storage center complete with a bait-prep area and sink faces the roomy cockpit.

A fiberglass hardtop with aluminum frame keeps the storage center, helm and forward console seat in the shade, and features an integrated electronics box, storage, and LED lighting fore and aft. A five-rod rocket launcher and additional rod holders on the frame, including a pair angled for trolling ­kingfish-style, are among the many available options. In addition, 11 flush-mounted rod holders sit properly spaced along the covering boards, and a horizontal rack under the portside gunwale tacks additional rod storage.

Storage capacity for live bait and the catch is also generous. Twin 55-gallon macerated fish boxes sit below deck in the cockpit, and a pair of 35-gallon livewells, insulated and pressurized, on the transom double the bait supply or enable you to carry two types of live bait. Clear lids make it easy to keep tabs on the bait throughout the day, and the sea chest supplying the intake ensures a constant flow of seawater.
A transom bench for two affords ­seating in the rear. It easily folds away when fishing, and the entire module that it folds into lifts electronically for instant, unhindered access to the bilge and the livewell hoses and wiring. Raw- and freshwater washdowns rest out of the way in opposite cockpit corners, below coaming bolsters; toe rails lend stability and leverage to anglers coaxing fish up from the depths; and an inward-opening side door to starboard simplifies boarding and loading at the dock, going for a swim, or boating a heavy catch.
Calm seas with the occasional slow-rolling swell met us after clearing the jetties at Fort Pierce Inlet, Florida, and we soon confirmed that, when it comes to performance, the 320 CC doesn?t disappoint. Powered by a pair of Yamaha F300s, repeated takeoffs were quick, with no noticeable lag time, and the boat averaged 7.5 seconds to accelerate from zero to 30 mph. Top speed was more than adequate: 54.5 mph while turning 5,800 rpm, and maneuverability at different speeds was off the chart. I also slammed the outboards in reverse for good measure, and the Cobia promptly turned to both port and starboard without pronounced prop torque or taking on water.
Any serious offshore angler would be thrilled to own the Cobia 320 CC, and the ample seating, storage and comforts are sure to get a thumbs up from the entire family.
iboats review
Uncompromising excellence by design.

With an overall length of 32', a beam of 10' 3", and a 275 gallon fuel capacity, the new 320 CC is a spacious, big water hull capable of long range trips that can still be comfortably trailered. Designed for the discerning family fisherman, the 320 CC blends a tournament ready layout with the elegance, comfort and style of a cruiser. Serious anglers will appreciate the large unobstructed cockpit, a tackle center with sink and bait prep area big enough for all your terminal tackle and baits, under-gunwale rod storage, macerated in-deck fish boxes, and twin pressurized livewells that combine for a 70 gallon capacity. But the 320 CC is much more than a hardcore fishing machine. With elegant front seating, an electric bow table, inward opening side door, spacious walk-down forward entry head with 6'2" of headroom, and optional integrated windshield, this boat puts a premium on riding in luxury and style. A drop-in helm pod big enough to fit dual 16" multi-function displays and a full array of control elements can be color matched to the hull and all the upholstery on board is available in three optional color packages, including a tri-color custom Bentley-style stitching. Combine all of this with the 320 CC hull's top of class ride and the new 320 CC is sure to be a stunner whether on the trolling grounds or at the marina.
Draft: 1 ft. 9 in.
Beam: 10 ft. 3 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 275
Standard features:
Beam: 10 ft 3 in
Cockpit square footage: 82 sq ft
Deadrise: 21.5 deg
Draft*: 23 in
Fuel capacity: 275 gal
LOA: 32 ft 0 in
Maximum HP: 700 hp
Transom height: 25 in twins
Weight (approx. w/o engines): 7,324 lbs

Steering and Handling
Electronic Optimus power steering
Trim tabs
Yamaha 6YC Information Station
Yamaha fuel/water separator & control cables (w/ engine option)

Quality Finish and Construction
Premium fade-resistant gelcoat
Stainless steel rub rail
Stainless steel thru-hulls w/ seacocks below water line

Family Features
All white cushion color
Boarding ladder (covered)
Cockpit bolsters (aft)
Electric head w/ macerator
Electronically adjusted forward table/sun lounge (flushes into floor)
Forward console access door
Fresh water at transom
Fresh water sink in console
Head closet w/ hangers
Head comfort appointments (towel bar, tp holder, mirror)
Insulated cooler in console (72 qt)
Opening port window(s)
Raw water wash down
Roomy walk down head area with sink and Corian top

Fishing Features
Cockpit insulated fish boxes w/ macerated overboard drains (2, 55 gal)
Fish box pump-out w/ macerator (2)
Livewell (2, 35 gal)
SS gunnel rod holders (11)

Cockpit and Storage
Anchor locker (oversized for anchor ball)
Self-bailing cockpit

Safety, Comfort and Convenience
Bow rail (fully recessed)
Cockpit lights, compass & helm footrest
Over-sized bilge access door w/ electronic lift assist
Rear seating w/ backrest
Side dive, tuna and dockside boarding door (inward opening)
SS flush mount pull-up cleats (7)

Lights and Electric
SS flush mount flip-up bow light & chocks (2)
Waterproof Deutsch electrical connectors
Southern Boating observations
The Cobia 320 CC (32' LOA, 10'3" beam) builds on the company's success in the center console segment with a combination of advanced styling, a smart double-duty fishing and family layout, and big-water running performance.

With a maximum horsepower of 700 and a 275-gallon fuel capacity, the Cobia 320 CC is a spacious fishing platform with a range that can still be easily trailered to fishing tournament locations or inland lakes. Twin 35-gallon pressurized livewells, more than enough tackle storage, and holders for more than 20 rods mean you?ll be ready when you reach the long-distance fishing grounds where the big ones are biting.

For those looking for the finer touches, the 320 CC has a hidden bow table with electric lift, an elegantly featured step-down head with 6?2? of headroom, and a deluxe cushion package available in four color styles.
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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