Valley Marine Cobalt R8 Boat


The Specs

Length Overall W/Swim Platform – 22′ 10” / 6.96 M
Beam – 8′ 6” / 2.59 M
Deadrise at Transom – 20º / 20º
Fuel Capacity – 52 Gal. / 197 L
Bridge Clearance W/O Bimini – 3′ 11” / 1.19 M
Bridge Clearance W/Arch – 6′ 10” / 2.08 M
Draft Drive up – 24” / .61m
Draft Drive Down – 37” / .94m
Dry Weight (Varies With Options) – 3700 Lbs. / 1678 Kg
Boat Certified Capacity – 12 Persons / 12 Persons
Boat Certified Capacity W/Gear – 1695 Lbs. / 768 Kg

With a head-turning design only thought possible in far larger boats, the 220S is crafted with an extended running surface hull to provide the explosive hole-shots skiers and tubers demand—all while gaining fuel efficiencies.

The spacious 220S utilizes every square inch in its wide and sturdy stance by championing the “S” seating layout to easily accommodate a dozen of your guests and their gear.

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Valley Marine Cobalt R8 Boat
Valley Marine Cobalt R8 Boat
Valley Marine Cobalt R8 Boat
Valley Marine Cobalt R8 Boat
Valley Marine Cobalt R8 Boat
Valley Marine Cobalt R8 Boat
Valley Marine Cobalt R8 Boat

Cobalt Boats has always been at the forefront of innovation, introducing many industry-firsts throughout our company’s history. Innovations began in the 1970s with electric windshield, fiberglass stringers, and aircraft-style switches and circuit breakers at the instrument panel. The 1980s introduced the first extended running surface, now-iconic bow scuff plate with the Condurre Series, and flip-lip seat bolster. In the 1990s there was the electric folding swim platform (of the 272) and the bow scuff plate evolved as standard equipment on all models. In the 2000s the Flip-Down Swim Step became another Cobalt exclusive innovation that reinvented water-borne activities and was awarded a U.S. patent in 2013.

We build boats on the premise that, in all our work in Neodesha, no one job is more important than another. As Cobalt has grown to a company of over 700 associates, we try very hard to perpetuate the genuine sense of family that has characterized our interactions with each other from the beginning. And so again tomorrow, we will do our part to nourish the implicit trust which underpins our relationships with Cobalt dealers, with Cobalt associates and, of course, with the remarkable people who own Cobalt boats. Cobalts come from a place where technology contributes in measurable ways to every component of a Cobalt’s construction, a place where, in ways beyond measure, individual effort and personal integrity have refined the boat-builder’s art for nearly 55 years of ever more sophisticated design.