Stepping aboard the Cobalt 190, owners and their guests will notice the L-lounge interior, a design that makes the 190 perfectly comfortable for a minimum of six people during a day on the water. The lounge and molded captain's seat are representative of Cobalt value, the stainless steel supports at every turn, walk-through acrylic bow doors, the superb sound system.
The Cobalt 190 features a liner deck: the fiberglass floor and deck are a single-molded cap from the gunwale trim up. Cobalt's Hydrolat process, a multi-facetted approach to total fiberglass construction, eliminates the extra weight and the inevitable rotting found in wood construction. Cobalt details - aluminum backing plates for all hardware, and stainless-steel for rails, cleats, trim, and fasteners - bring to the 190 all the finish and the strength of boats costing much more.
The storage capacities of the Cobalt 190 belie the boat's length. There's box storage for anchors, bins under the front seats, more finished stow areas under cockpit seats, full ski storage in the deck, and canvas and pole stowage in the engine compartment. Carpeting, including the optional bow carpet, is removable for easy cleaning. Circuit breakers are mounted just beneath the dash for easy access.
The helm station itself is open and accessible with full automotive-style instrumentation. The dash is upholstered, hand-stitched to Cobalt notions of perfection. Flip-lip bucket seats are standard, ready to offer above-the-windshield excitement, safely and comfortably.