1999 Cobalt 232


440 Hours
In Stock
CHH Marine Services
Primary Color
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Length Overall
23' 2"
8' 6"
Max Draft
3' 0"
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Trailer Type
Bunk Trailer
# of Axles


Dealer Insights

She arrived today more information and even better pictures soon. Wanted to get some up for you as soon as possible. The owner is keeping the personal gear seen in some of the pictures.
This boat is in very, very good condition way above average for her year. Needs a little clean up which we are going to do.
AWESOME Cobalt at a very affordable price.

Key features include;
Mercruiser 7.4 L
Mercruiser Bravo III duo-prop out drive
Bow cover
Cockpit cover
Bimini top Mooring cover
EXTENDED Swim Platform!
Dual batteries w/switch
Motorbox actuator
Depth finder
Air/water temp gauges
Tilt wheel
Tandem axle trailer & MUCH MORE!!

Factory Description;

The Cobalt 232 is a family boat that is spacious in its accommodations, seating six people in roomy cockpit comfort and two more in the bow. The 232 will deliver a magnificent day on the water to a group looking for a leisurely cruise across the lake, intermingled with some serious skiing, and a perfect lunch. With its larger power options onboard, the 232 runs comfortably at high speeds. It handles with grace and ease. With a centerline of 23 feet 2 inches, a beam of 8 feet 6 inches, and a gross weight of 3500 pounds, the 232 encapsulates what Cobalt calls "trailerable luxury." From the gas-assisted door on the anchor locker to the dash-mounted air-and-water-temperature gauges, and on to the convenient storage of a canvas top in the motor box, and the sturdy stainless steel on the swim ladder, the 232 shows functional and meticulous finishes. With a 10-year warranty on the hull and deck, a full five years on the engine, sterndrive, and instrumentation, and a two-year guarantee on upholstery and gelcoat, this is a warranty with teeth. The Cobalt 232 embodies all the structural integrity for which Cobalt is known. Expect a hand-laid hull with the proven Hydrolam process and its consequent strength and consistency. Hydrolam calls for one-piece construction of deck surfaces, interior sidewalls, and the floor, creating a liner deck that eliminates the extra weight and the inevitable rotting found in wood construction. The high-gloss buffback gelcoat resists weathering, perpetuating the deep, rich colors which have become the first identifying mark of a Cobalt. The floors, stringers, bulkheads, transom and motor mounts will be made of fiberglass and installed with jigs from fixed dimensions for uniformity and consistent performance. Aluminum backing plates embedded in the glass support all exterior hardware. The Cobalt 232 has the details of design and construction that a family might notice about their new boat during that first weekend on the water. The non-skid surfaces are positioned in areas of greatest activity. The full-length piano hinge on the bi-fold bow door. The above-the-windshield excitement provided by the flip-lip bucket seats. The cut and precision of the upholstery on the back side of the cushions atop under-seat storage areas. The heft and diameter of grab rails. The molded lip on the bow, creating a stronger, more watertight seal for a tonneau cover. The vinyl eyebrow shielding instruments on the dash from sun and glare. The larger details of the 232's design are even more imposing, from the sheer volume of storage capacity to the prolific use of stainless steel stem to stern. Cobalt's extended running surface is a fundamental component of the 232's sudden planing, tight turns, and exceptional stability. The Cobalt 232 has an optional custom bow insert that creates an ideal area for midsummer sunning or a moonlit snooze, a cocktail table that has swivel service - swinging it in easy reach of four passengers - stows away in the engine compartment with 90 seconds of disassembly, and a premium sound system that puts a ten-disc Sony CD changer in charge of musical accompaniment.