32' Cabo Yachts Express
32' Cabo Yachts Express
2005 Cabo "TOMAHAWK"
Priced to sell at $219,000
The CABO 32 Express is a modern take on the traditionalist's sportfishing boat: practical, compact, agile, and absolutely seaworthy. Designed to meet the needs of the saltwater angler, the 32 Express is pure CABO inside and out. For more information contact Kusler Yachts San Diego California Yacht Brokers.
Cabo 32 Express For Sale by Kusler Yachts
"The Cabo 32 embodies the qualities many traditionalists want in a boat: small, agile and absolutely seaworthy. Running into a wave, the bow drops in cushioned fashion. A hard-over turn at cruising speed results in a 180-degree course change in about two boat lengths."
The CABO 32 Express is a modern take on the traditionalist's sportfishing boat: practical, compact, agile, and absolutely seaworthy. Just like the rest of our fleet, she is designed to meet the specialized needs of the serious saltwater angler, featuring gear and amenities normally found on much larger models. In other words, don't let the size of this pocket battlewagon fool you. The 32 Express is pure CABO inside and out, and pound for pound one of the finest production sportfishers in her class.
"TOMAHAWK" is an exceptional 2005 32' Cabo Yachts Express listing new to the West Coast market. CAT C7 Power with only 800hrs, West Coast bait tank, Tower, the 32' offers more beam than the 35' Cabo, huge bow flare, and clean. The 32' Express Cabo is possibly the best day boat on the Coast!
- New Offshore baint tank and through hull 7/15
- Engine service 7/15
- Underwater lights
- Slip Availability
Contact Kusler Yachts, the Cabo Yachts experts today!
The 32 has all the same fishing features as its older and larger siblings. If you wish, the transom baitwell augments the large athwartship fish box in the cockpit. Cabo puts strong stainless-steel rams on its hatches to hold them open. But slam the hatch forcefully and you still get the signature Cabo whoosh connoting a tight-fitting, gasketed hatch lid. Cockpit modules contain a 46-gallon baitwell and a complete tackle/rigging station abutted by a saltwater washdown.
Pipe Towers in Avalon, New Jersey, designed and built the half-tower, and it's perfect. Using the hardtop as the floor, Pipe Towers provides enough access space so you needn't kneel down to climb in or out. The tower lines match the rakes of the boat beautifully.
At 5 to 7 knots, the wake remained perfectly clear. Above that to about 15 knots, the tunnels channel subsurface turbulence, keeping it confined to two distinct lines. Outside these you get clear trolling alleys.
This boat is a stand-up fisherman's dream. You'll find three rod holders under and two in each gunwale. The rails meet midthigh, the cockpit provides plenty of space for three anglers and a mate to operate simultaneously, and a sailfish rocket launcher mounted on the chair pedestal is the only way to go. I believe that a chair would simply take up too much room.
Design and Construction
I don't ever remember seeing a wider 32-footer. In fact, put it across the dock from a Cabo 35 and you wonder, Where's the difference?
A centerline stairway leads down to the portside head with stand-up shower, and the compact but very complete galley just forward of that. The double berth in the bow seemed somewhat smaller than the one on the original Cabo 31. But that's a good thing since the new 32 boasts much better head-sea capability. Nothing spells compromise like the balance between interior living space and how fine a bow entry a boat has. The starboard-side dinette has seat backs that lift up and a table that drops, creating over/under single berths.
I love the distinctive Cabo teak cabinetry with crosshatched ventilation strips hiding not only regular storage, but also additional rod storage on either side of the forward berth. Other belowdecks appointments include Corian counters, a two-burner cooktop, and half-height refrigerator and freezer units below the counter, as well as the other usual appliances.
Cabo enjoys a reputation for about the best wiring in the industry. All its distribution panels and engine compartments qualify as works of art in the engineering realm. And Cabos are fish-raising machines! What more could you want?
For more information on this Cabo Yachts Express contact Michael Kusler at (619) 952-0860 or click HERE for more details.