Is It Possible To Literally Drool Over A Boat? The Black And Red Cobra Go Dancing

A huge standing ovation to Bob Kays for capturing the red and black Cobras up on Lake Hopatcong and getting all our juices going. OH HELL TO THE YA! Wow, Bob captured some pure gold…and red while the black cobra was getting water tested for Lake Dora. Dang! Enjoy.

Lets get started!

Wow Bob captures some artistic juxtaposition.

This is actually a very difficult image to capture. The dark Black and the light red are rough to light right.

The reflections on the Black Cobra are insane

This series is amazing



AND BAM! One of the most perfect Cobra Shots ever. Just perfect in every way. Motion, light, and REFLECTION in the water. GAAAAD!

10 replies
  1. Greg Lewandowski
    Greg Lewandowski says:

    Great shots of two beautiful boats. Also jealous that it is too cold for boating in Michigan. Pretty soon!
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Troy in FLA
    Troy in FLA says:

    This series of shots is BEEAUTIFUL!!!

    I finally see what it is that seems to me to be off about the black cobra. The Chris-Craft emblem on the fin. I could never quite figure out what it was, but I have always felt that there was something missing. Now I know.

    • Steve Anderson from Michigan
      Steve Anderson from Michigan says:

      But they added the Buick style portholes down at the base of the fin which I really like. Both are quite beautiful, but I still like the black one best!

  3. Dick Dow
    Dick Dow says:

    OK – While we’re at it: Are we sure the lifting rings are correctly positioned and which boat has the correct stern light??? 😉 Beautiful!

    • George Burgess
      George Burgess says:

      The stern light has been cut short from stock length. If you use the “A” sling the lifting rings should be turned so they are inline with one another. If you use a spreader bar, the lifting rings do not have to be turned but can face forward like the bow lifting ring, because you are not side loading the ring.

  4. Steve Anderson from Michigan
    Steve Anderson from Michigan says:

    Wasn’t there a cobra that had either a fiberglass bottom cut off another boat or a deep v retrofit onto it? My memory is fuzzy prior to last Thursday…

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