this is a really nice boat!. 300hp mercury 350mpi with bravo 3 with less than 100 hours. upgraded stereo system with speakers on the transom. it has a stainless steel wake board tower too.
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Now, at the completion of three years of research and development, the Cobalt Water Sports Series (WSS) stands fully prepared for you endorphin-hogging high-flyers and your demands for large, predictable wakes. The final refinements on the 232, 242, and 262 WSS boats focus on a ballast system that gives captain and boarder complete flexibility in the choice of wake, three tanks moving up to 700 pounds of ballast water in and out, selectively, each independent of the other two. No all-or-nothing deals here.
Meanwhile, the new Touch Tech system stores profiles of individual skiers and boarders, remembers their preferences for the ride out back. Then, cruise control, ballast, and trim tab adjust to deliver the exact speed and sort of wake that matches those preferences. A simple tap at Touch Tech makes it all happen. An upgradeable GPS is now available, its touch-screen right there to show the way.
These features complement the WSS boats' intrinsic advantage in combining all the best features of an inboard with the versatility and efficiency of a stern drive.
Water Sports Tower with Bimini Top – Pro-athlete strong with lifelong good looks, all heavy-gauge anodized, polished aluminum stock, precision-machined billet fittings. Folds easily. Integrated racks for four boards in rattle-free, solid security. A flip of a swivel lock swings the racks inboard for easy access. Add optional tower spotlights, a driver's rear-view mirror, and speakers with high-horse amplifiers.
Exterior Graphics – A split gelcoat design in any combination of standard Cobalt colors, plus a chrome WSS hull emblem and a WSS badge at the transom. A black chrome and altogether checkered Cobalt insignia.
Interior Styling – A WSS helm with a satin finish to the dash. Water Sports badging and exterior-matched color piping in the upholstery, bow to stern.