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Cobra 750

Brief Notes

Builder

Cobra Yachts

The Cobra 750 is a modern-styled small cruiser, with both good accommodation for her size, and excellent sailing performance.

Length OA

25' 0"

Sail Area

360 sq ft

Length WL

19' 9"

Rig

Sloop

Beam

9' 8"

Cabins

saloon and forecabin

.Draught

3' 6" bilge keel or 4' 3" fin keel

Berths

4/5

Displacement

5,800 lbs

Engine type

various, often Volvo

Ballast

2,240 lbs

Engine bhp

normally 8 - 12

Keel type

Fin keel with moulded shaft log and skeg-hung rudder, or twin bilge keels with moulded shaft log and skeg-hung rudder

Cobra 750

The Cobra 750 is a 1977 design by David Feltham, who also designed the other yachts in the Cobra range, and the very similar Seawolfs.

The Cobra 750 is a modern-looking, very beamy yacht, the large beam giving very spacious accommodation for her length of 25 ft.

Most Cobra 750s built were twin-keelers, as are the yachts shown here, although fin keel versions were also produced. The bilge keels were well designed, and provide good windward performance.

The hulls were moulded by Cobramold, and fitted out by Cobra Yachts of Hayling Island. A substantial number of bare hulls were also sold, plus kits for home completion, so standards of finish (and interior layout on occasion) may vary considerably.

Cobra 750
Cobra 750
Cobra 750
Cobra 750
Cobra 750

The photos above shows a factory-finished boat, with the standard louvred doors to the heads compartment. The remaining interior pictures are of a home-completed boat, and as you sometimes find, this boat is better finished than most standard factory-fitted boats. Equally however, some home-completed boats can be very poorly fitted out.

Cobra 750

Cobra 750

Between forecabin and saloon is a small heads/hanging locker compartment, with a pull-out sink above a marine WC

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Cobra 750
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