The first yacht to be built in Cobra Yacht's own boatyard, Cobra Queen was awarded the title "Queen of Yachts" in the Marmaris Yacht Charter Show held in 2003 and won the "Best Yacht" award in the RINA category. With a passenger capacity of 11, Cobra Queen has 4 cabins and 1 master cabin; all areas have been designed finely to all needs and to the comfort of guests.
Built as a 30.5-metre traditional Bodrum gulet from laminated mahogany, Cobra Queen is virtually a dream come true for blue cruise enthusiasts with her spectacular interior design and spacious areas.
The saloon has an entertainment centre with a plasma TV, DVD player, HI-FI stereo sound system for the guests to have fun onboard; guests can also have fun in the water with the water ski and canoe.
The spacious sundeck, where guests can bathe in the sun all day long, also has a large dining table and a bar to enjoy hot Aegean nights to the max. Watching the sunset on board Cobra Queen is mesmerising. The cushions laid out on the bow of the yacht and the semi-circle seating create a perfect atmosphere for a peaceful journey on the blue sea.
With the capacity for a crew of 5, Cobra Queen is ready to host her guests and take them on an unforgettable journey in Aegean and Mediterranean waters.
Length Overall (LOA) : 36.60 m
Length Over Deck (LOD) : 32.00 m
Beam : 7.80 m
Draught : 2.75 m
Engines : MAN 440 HP x 2
GEN-SET : Onan Marine 22.5 kWa x 2
Hull Construction : Laminated Mahogany
Superstructure Construction : Laminated Mahogany Plywood
Max Speed : 13 knots
Cruising Speed : 12 knots
Sailing Speed : 11 knots
Full Load Displacement : 120 Tonnes
Fuel Capacity : 5 Tonnes
Fresh Water Capacity : 15 Tonnes
Main Mast Height : 32.00 m
Mizzen Mast Height : 24.00 m
Total Sail Surface : 552 m2
Interior Design : Cobra Yacht
Naval Architecture : Alpaslan Tekoğlu
Year Built : 2003
Type : Bodrum Gulet