35' Cabo Flybridge

2005 LUCKY BUM

Priced at $315,000


*HOT NEW LISTING*

Kusler Yachts is proud to offer this West Coast Rigged 2005 Cabo 35 Flybridge to the San Diego yacht market

Well equipped Cabo Yacht with West Coast stainless rails, cantilevered CFAB stainless hardtop, Cockpit Bait Tank, Teak and Holly sole, Electronic Controls, low hour CAT C-7 engine package.  Boat was just detailed exterior and interior.  New listing additional photos and specs to follow.

Specifications

Cruising Speed
24 kn
Beam
13 ft
Max Draft
3 ft
Fuel Tank
1 x 400|gallon
Fresh Water
1 x 100|gallon
Holding
x
Double Berths
1
Cabins
2
Heads
1
Engine 1
Make
Caterpillar
Type
Fuel
diesel
Hours
1355
Engine 2
Make
Caterpillar
Type
Fuel
Hours
1355

Features

Accommodations

The quality of the 35 Flybridge is legendary. Since her inception in 1991 this pocket battlewagon has been called u0022bulletproofu0022 and u0022a benchmark for construction, design, and bluewater performanceu0022 by some of sportfishing's most respected experts.

Throughout the interior is beautiful teak wood, recessed halogen lighting and designer fabrics. A comfortable master stateroom forward includes a walk around queen sized berth, cedar lined hanging locker, large drawers, under berth storage, built-in LCD TV, DVD player, opening hatch overhead and outboard rod storage lockers. The side guest stateroom has over/under berths, opening portholes, and additional storage. The generous head includes a large stall shower, corian countertops, vacu-flush head and an opening porthole. In the main cabin you will find beautiful teak and holly flooring with a custom carpet overlay, ultraleather seating, recessed halogen lighting, satin finished teak trim and cabinets, a custom entertainment center with flat screen LCD TV, and the galley area forward to port. The galley is equipped with a two burner cooktop, microwave/convection oven, dual voltage refrigerator/freezer and loads of storage.

The flybridge features a tournament-style configuration, with the helm chair and controls located aft for 360-degree visibility - including into the cockpit. Comfortably seating five, the flybridge has a padded bench seat forward of the console with a large storage locker below. The engine instrumentation cluster is mounted centrally on the helm, and the console is designed with extra room to house today's latest marine electronics.

 

Performance

The CABO 35 Flybridge will get owners to the bite like no other boat her size. Her deep-V hull rides exceptionally soft in choppy head seas and is one of the driest, most comfortable fishing platforms in the business. This impeccable running bottom is further separated from the competition by its manufacturing process and materials. Solid and lightweight vinylester resins are used throughout, with stitched biaxial fiberglass roving further strengthening the hull without adding excess pounds. State-of-the-art coring materials are used where appropriate to reduce load and to enhance performance, but never at the expense of CABO's celebrated strength.

Deck & Hull

The hull is gleaming white gelcoat with a black bootstripe. The bottom has standard black bottom paint with two coats of epoxy barrier coating. The CABO hull is molded with premium vinylester resins and bi-axial stitched fabric reinforcement. The hull is solid fiberglass below the waterline with core construction from the chines to sheer. The hull to deck joint is shoebox type construction joined with both mechanical fasteners, fiberglassed together and then covered with a stainless and PVC rub rail. Decks receive a molded in non-skid finish in white gelcoat. All deck hardware is highly polished stainless steel including cleats, chocks and a West Coast bow rail. Topping all of this is a custom C-Fab cantilevered stainless steel and fiberglass hardtop with molded-in 110v flood lights and a custom 3-side enclosure.

In 1999, Cabo retooled her from the keel up to incorporate technical improvements and increase accessibility to her systems and components. More than 300 hulls now fish the oceans of the world, making the 35 Flybridge one of our best-selling models ever.

Electronics & Fishability

A very thorough but user friendly electronics package keeps u0022Incognito IIu0022 on course and in the hunt for fish.

Made by fishermen for fishermen, the 35 Flybridge's offshore sporting prowess is professional-grade. Accommodating up to four stand-up anglers, the cockpit measures an astounding 130 square feet - unsurpassed acreage in a 35-footer. Padded bolsters ring the cockpit for enhanced comfort when bringing big fish to the outward-opening transom door with top gate. Tackle and gear are easily organized in 12 custom-built drawers at two rigging stations.

Electrical

CABO has always been known for their superb wiring and electrical systems. The main panel is located in the companionway and has a custom AC electrical distribution panel with line voltage and load meter and reverse polarity indicator, custom DC electrical distribution panel with battery voltage and load meter and all backlit circuit breakers throughout.

Engine

The engine space on a CABO 35 is a molded, gelcoated fiberglass liner for ease of maintenance. The engines sit on raised, reinforced stringers with heavy duty motor mounts. All thru hulls are easily accessible and well labeled.

Additional
  • Isinglass currently not on the boat
  • Starboard helm chair has been replaced by larger chair ( not same as photo ).
Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Sales Agent

Michael Kusler

Michael's passion for boating and the Ocean runs deep. Michael is a graduate of Massachusetts Maritime Academy, USCG licensed Captain, IGFA Captain and sport fishing guide, Licensed Yacht Broker, boat owner and Sportfishing enthusiast. Michael enjoys teaching Seamanship, boat handling, blue-water cruising and all things fishing. "There is nothing better than getting new boat owners and families excited about being on the water." Feel free to contact Michael direct at [email protected].

Contact Phone: 619-952-0860
Email: [email protected]