If you’re looking for a cabo boat you’ll want to check out the selection of Cabo Sportfishing Yachts For Sale at Sportfishtrader. The Cabo brand was acquired by Hatteras in 2006 and they currently have a line of boats from 36 feet to 52 feet. Although they are no longer building current models, the Cabo name and reputation will live on.
When the original Cabo 35 came onto the market, it set a standard by which other production, comparable-size fishing boats are judged. It was a lean, mean fighting machine with an aggressive profile that made other designers sit up and take notice. Now, a decade later, the company has taken it to an even higher level. Naval architect W.I.B. Crealock redesigned the hull to give the Cabo the look of a smaller, faster Blackfin. The result is a better-performing, lighter boat.
The new hull has two chines instead of the single one on the original design. The chines are spaced farther apart and the bow flare is reduced to rob less interior space from the boat’s center of gravity. This gives the boat better overall performance and allows the deck to be kept clear of gear and clutter for maximum working room. The Cabo 35 also has a new head-sea ride that is both drier and more comfortable.
Another feature that distinguishes the Cabo is its spacious cockpit. It’s big enough to accommodate six anglers and their coolers comfortably. There’s also plenty of storage in the lockable fish lockers and a large, glass-fronted bait tank in the transom.
The fit and finish of the Cabo is top notch. The boat feels and looks like a high-quality production boat and its reputation for tough, hard-core seakeeping is well earned.
If you’re ready to experience the thrill of a Los Cabos sports fishing excursion or cruise around the islands in style, consider renting a state-of-the-art Cabo 47 Flybridge. It’s an exceptional powerboat with a powerful engine package that can cruise at 30 knots in four-foot seas.