Step into the cockpit and it's immediately apparent why she's the perfect platform for fishing or cruising with friends or family. The cockpit is large with room for multiple anglers to maneuver their fish to the corners. The attention to detail is evidence that Cabo has listened well to the needs of tournament anglers.
The placement of essentials like bait freezers, livewells, drawers for rigging tools, cabinets for gaff and bait nets - all are well thought out by experienced blue water anglers. Twin fish boxes are molded into the cockpit sole and equipped with in-line macerators, full length piano hinges, gas struts and rubber gaskets. Padded bolsters ring the cockpit for extra comfort and security when using a standup rig.
Lures and rigging equipment are easily organized in drawers at the rigging station, which includes a prep sink, bait chest and optional bait freezer. Port and starboard cabinets running nearly the length of the cockpit provide additional storage. The livewell, located in the transom to minimize intrusion into valuable cockpit space, features a waist height opening and is lit for nighttime use.
Appointments, materials and craftsmanship are on par with those of the finest custom yachts. Starboard side dining table and portside settee mean space for all to spread out. Located midships, the galley will handle everything from fish tacos to gourmet fish dishes.
Moving forward from the salon to midship, you'll find the master stateroom with private head portside. A crew cabin with twin berths is located starboard. The guest stateroom and head are forward. Each of the Cabo 48's cabins feature abundant storage, cedar lined hanging lockers and fully opening drawers. Without a doubt, the Cabo 48 Flybridge is built for serious sportsmen who crave 5-star accommodations, a 40+ mph top speed* and a highly competitive 550+ mile range.