2014 cobalt 220

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Come aboard the 220, and know comfort and convenience typically found only in far larger boats. Experience a spaciousness that maximizes flexibility in your use of the boat, thanks to Free Space Reclamation (FSR), Cobalt's studied minimization of heretofore unused space. The 220 makes idealized use of every square inch of its wide and sturdy stance, the stadium seating key to the easy accommodation of a dozen guests and their gear. And the swim step, of course, Cobalt's game-changing, patented contribution to safety, convenience, and accessibility makes boarding a breeze. Memories gather naturally under the 220's aluminum wakeboard arch – simply foldable, by the way – an addition that makes your boat as athletic as it is roomy. You decide exactly how the heart-thumps should occur, on board or otherwise.


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Base price $56,184 (USD)
Monthly payments $371/month
Boat type / Category
Boat type Bowrider
Category Water Sports, Ideal for Trailering
Assembly Neodesha, KS, US
Warranty 5 years
Dimensions / Weight
Length overall 7.0 m (22′10″)
Beam 2.6 m (8′6″)
Bridge clearance 1.2 m (3′11″)
Height on trailer N/A
Draft up 0.61 m (2′)
Draft down 0.94 m (3′1″)
Dry weight 1,678 kg (3,699 lbs)
Hull deadrise 20°
Cabin headroom N/A
Fuel tank 189 l (50 gal)
Water tank N/A
Waste tank N/A
Holding tank N/A
Passenger capacity 12
Sleeping capacity N/A
Max hp 320 hp
Base engine Volvo Penta V6-225-C
Drive / Propulsion SX Single prop
Engine type V6
Displacement 4.3 litres
Power 225 hp @ 4,800 rpm
Induction Atmospheric
Fuel requirement Regular
Other engines
  • MerCruiser 4.3 MPI 220hp - Bravo three
  • MerCruiser 4.3 MPI 220hp - Alpha one
  • Volvo Penta V6-225-C 225hp - DP Duoprop
  • MerCruiser 5.0 MPI 260hp - Bravo three
  • MerCruiser 5.0 MPI 260hp - Alpha one
  • Volvo Penta V8-270-C 270hp - SX Single prop
  • Volvo Penta V8-270-C 270hp - DP Duoprop
  • MerCruiser 350 MAG 300hp - Bravo three
  • Volvo Penta V8-300 300hp - DP Duoprop
  • MerCruiser 377 MAG 320hp - Bravo three
  • Volvo Penta V8-320-C 320hp - DP Duoprop
Competitive models
Sours: https://specs.boatguideweb.com/specifications/cobalt/gateway/220s/2014/

Cobalt 220 boats for sale

2013 Cobalt 220. 270hp Volvo Penta V8 & Duo Prop outdrive. This is a smooth and fast bowrider, an exceptional summer boat. Its deep hull is nice when crossing steep boat wake. The seating provides nice support when cruising, and it's very dry. It feels like a big soft living room when aboard. It has a ton of cup holders, dry storage and a factory bimini for a day in the sun. There are stainless-steel grabrails, and lots of soft white accommodating stitched vinyl, with sand trim and matching carpet. Seated up front, in the cockpit, the lounger, or to the stern, you and guests will feel that there's more than just one place to be. The rear swim platform allows for people and pets to get in and out of the boat easily. The platform is also nice to sit and relax. One can get wet without going in all the way. The stereo and speakers well placed and put out good quality sound. The engine is very quiet. At idle you can hardly hear it running from the dock, but it's got a nice V8 gowl when throttled up. The Volvo Penta Duo Prop outboard really bites and gets skiers and wakeboarders up and out of the water. It also makes it easier to maneuver around docks. Top speed is just shy of 50 mph, and it gets up on plane quickly with adjustable trim. There is a freshwater engine flush port for salt use and a factory anti-corrosion system installed. It also has the optional fire suppression system in the engine bay, and an additional fire extinguisher under the rear port side seat cushion. The boat is clean, polished, waxed and runs great. It is not perfect, but it's in very nice condition. Cobalt is a premium brand, and if you're looking at this ad, I probably don't need to tell you that, but worth a mention for people unfamiliar. 2021 engine maintenance: Engine oil (Mobil 1) and Volvo Penta filter (1 hour). Sterndrive gear oil (Amsoil) (1 hour). New engine serpentine belt (1 hour). New Volvo Penta engine circulator pump (slow drip into the bilge).  2020 engine maintenance: Thermostat, complete raw water pump (not just the rubber impeller), factory plugs, wires, distributor cap, rotor.  General maintenance: New gas springs on the fiberglass engine cover. One started to get stiff, so I replaced the pair with factory springs. Also installed a new factory gas spring for passenger lounge chair.  The 2015 Sea Lion trailer is part of the package, which I had to purchase separately. One of the four tires should be replaced. Wheel hubs were just greased. It has surge disk brakes on a single axle (upgradable to dual axel), and travels nicely behind my Tahoe with a 2" ball. A person could easily pull it with a 1/2 ton sized pickup or SUV, but not likely behind a Jeep Wrangler size vehicle for anything but around town.  Reason we're selling: Both our kids are off to college, and we're not on the lakes skiing and wakeboarding anymore. Starting our search for something more saltwater oriented. 

Sours: https://www.boats.com/boats-for-sale/?make=cobalt&model=220
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Cobalt’s 220 WSS is the largest model in its 10 Series, which is designed to make owning a Cobalt more affordable. It has a lower, sportier profile than its larger siblings and comes in a wide variety of color schemes along with custom WSS stitching on the upholstery. What designers didn’t do was compromise on the things that make this brand special.

Unique Factor

One of the main reasons people own boats is to connect with the water, and most of us like to celebrate that by plunging in whenever possible. Getting off the boat is the easy part; often, however, getting back aboard is a little harder. The 220’s standard extended swim platform sits ski boat-low to the water and is a huge first step to making it easy to re-board. But Cobalt’s optional Flip-Down Swim Step is an elegantly simple solution that helps both two-legged and four-legged passengers make a graceful entrance. As the name implies, just flip down the wide step recessed into the platform and submerge it until it gently notches into place, and not only do you have a easy way to get aboard, but it makes a great way for two to sit semi-submerged. Our test boat has the optional “S” seating, which is a new feature on the ever-evolving 220 model. It features a flippable section on the port side that allows you to create a co-pilot seatback when flipped rearward. In its farthest forward position, it lays flush with the seat bottom on the arena bench that wraps all the way around the entire cockpit to the captain’s bucket. This provides extra seating for up to 12 people or creates more tanning acreage if the rear sunpad is fully occupied. In this arrangement, you can still recline rearward, thanks to the padded port-side console. In a perfect world, this upright pad would be angled a little for more La-Z-Boy-like comfort.



Our test boat features the Volvo Penta 5.0L V-8 that produces 270 hp, which is what I would consider the smallest engine you should pair with the 220 WSS and still get acceptable performance. The entry-level 4.3L from MerCruiser (220 hp) or Volvo Penta (225 hp) might save you five grand or so, but economizing here isn’t the right move; after all, you’re buying a Cobalt, so you owe it to yourself to do it right. Pushed by the Duoprop outdrive that moves a lot of water, the 220 reached plane in 3.6 seconds with very little bowrise. Its time to 30 mph was 7 seconds, and the top speed was 45 mph. While it’s certainly fast enough for any watersport, moving to the next most powerful engine — the 5.7L that puts out 300 hp — is your best bet for finding the sweet spot of performance and price. If you want max performance, there is the option to take it to 320 hp.


BW_04-2014_Cobalt_05One constant for all Cobalt boats is an upscale helm, and the 220 WSS is no exception. A leather-wrapped wheel and a dark (to keep reflective ghosts off the windshield) hand-stitched Nautilex vinyl dash get the luxe vibes going. An angled footrest is ergonomically correct and the dash panel is large enough for an optional flush-mounted Garmin GPSMap 640 with a 5.2-inch touchscreen display.

The running surface of the Cobalt 220 WSS is longer than on most boats in this class, which yields several advantages. With more of its Kevlar-reinforced hull in the water, it rides more level; add in 20 degrees of deadrise, and it tends to slice through waves rather than pound. Our test run was on Lake Lanier, north of Atlanta, which can get really rough due to its vast expanse of open water. We found a quiet cove to shoot our video and photos, but as soon as we left its protection things got lumpy, and we discovered that the longer running surface tended to bridge the short, steep waves, giving us a smooth ride that belied it sub-23-foot length.

BW_04-2014_Cobalt_01The 220 WSS looks like a ski boat and sure corners like one, with perhaps more lean inward due to its deep-V hull. One of the traits of 10 Series Cobalt boats is that they have fewer options to choose from, to keep costs down, but I wish trim tabs were available as a factory option in case everyone sits on one side or you get caught in beam seas. No biggie; most dealers will be happy to install them as an aftermarket item.

Best Uses

The WSS in the model name stands for Water Sports Series, so you can probably guess what it does best. The standard Razor watersports tower with a Bimini and board racks is your first clue. If any sort of manual labor makes you sad, choose the electric fold-down option, for storage and bridge clearance. At 30 mph, the 220 produces a relatively flat wake, and if you drop the boat down to wakeboarding speeds of around 20 and trim the outdrive up a little, you’ve got a nice ramp from which to launch.

The helm consoles are positioned farther forward to create a larger cockpit, and skinny, vertical gunwales yield an amazing 89 inches of interior cockpit width, giving guests plenty of room to mingle. This layout subtracts a bit of space from the bowriding section, so there’s not room for the usual throne-like recliners Cobalt is known for. Instead, its designers created seats with less recline on the forward-facing seatbacks to increase legroom, and riders sit more in the corner, so when they stretch out, their feet angle toward the centerline for even more room. Also missing are Cobalt’s famous “double knuckle” storage compartment lid hinges, replaced by seat bottoms you have to manually remove to access storage, which are similar to what you see on many other ski boats.

Preferred Setup

BW_04-2014_Cobalt_03While the 10 Series might be Cobalt’s gateway models, they’re still luxurious by any measure. Cobalt designers use Varadense Comfort foam, which is firmer in high-load locations and softer in other spots for support and comfort. The standard snap-in carpeting is ultra plush, 40 ounce and has neoprene backing for comfort. Our test boat features the Sisal Seagrass option, which gives it a tropical feel. The two transom swim platforms come padded with Sof-Trac matting — something that is almost always an add-on. The standard six-speaker MP3/CD stereo would be the upgrade for most boat brands, but Cobalt takes its optional package a step further with twin tower speakers and two more on the stern, plus a subwoofer. Things you can’t see, such as wiring harnesses built by Cessna, let you know the details are being looked after. One must-have option for the ski-ready boat is PerfectPass cruise control to give your rider the ultimate pull.

Sours: https://www.boatingworld.com/boattests/cobalt-220-wss/
2014 Boat Buyers Guide - Cobalt 220S

Cobalt 220 boats for sale

Cobalt 220

A powerboat built by Cobalt, the 220 is a runabout vessel. Cobalt 220 boats are typically used for day-cruising and watersports. These boats were built with a fiberglass deep-vee; usually with an inboard-outboard and available in Gas.

Got a specific Cobalt 220 in mind?

There are currently 17 listings available on Boat Trader by both private sellers and professional boat dealers. Of those available, we have 1 new and 16 used. The oldest boat was built in 1993 and the newest model is 2022. The starting price is $14,250, the most expensive is $71,400, and the average price of $30,000. Related boats include the following models: R6, R8 and CS22.

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