A relatively new addition to the world of sportfishing,
Cabo Yachts hasn’t hesitated to rise quickly in the esteem of serious sportfishers since the launch of their first boat in 1991. They have proven to be a fierce competitor in the quest of cementing their position as a champion among the sportfishing world.
One reason for Cabo’s success is their designer, Michael Peters, who has worked with everything from 100-foot motoryachts to 200-mph unlimited offshore cats. The hull of a Cabo yacht cuts through the roughest of waters smoothly and quickly giving a comfortable ride for the family at top speeds as well as the agility necessary for sportfishing. Another reason for Cabo’s success comes from their unexpected location in the desert of Adelanto, California where the low humidity is ideal for fiberglass lay-up. Cabo’s ability to provide manufactured vessels that could be confused for a custom build as well as their ever growing popularity is sure to guarantee that other companies will have to step-up the throttle to compete.
Cabo already offers ten sterling designs that border on perfection. From the 48 Flybridge with its three remarkable staterooms to the state-of-the-art 52 Express, Cabo has something for everyone. In addition to superior design and sportfishing capabilities, Cabo also provides a myriad of hull colors, various rail types, swim platforms, and a selection of fine leathers and countertop colors that will suit the most discriminating of boat owners. Where the exterior epitomizes perfection, the interior of Cabo is practical, sumptuous and doesn’t waste an inch of space when it comes to sensibility for the sportfisher and comfort and entertainment for family and friends. Left and right, Cabo is receiving five-stars from reviewers and owners alike.