Cabo 43 Flybridge
A sleek, sporty exterior, premium fishing features, and tournament-level speeds define the Cabo 43, a top-tier convertible with a proven blend of comfort and performance. Built on a deep-V hull with a solid fiberglass bottom, the cockpit of the Cabo 43 is huge for a boat this size. Her two-stateroom, galley- down interior is elegantly appointed with satin finished woodwork and decorator fabrics. The master stateroom is amidships with an island berth and a private ensuite head. Forward to port is a full guest head. The guest stateroom features a unique three- bunk configuration with upper/lower bunks to starboard and an upper bunk to port, and sleeps three comfortably. The full-service galley—one step down from salon level—has a huge storage locker beneath the sole. Because the Cabo 43’s cockpit is so large, the salon dimensions are modest compared with other boats in her class. Additional features include cockpit engine room access, transom door with gate, wide side decks, and an integral bow pulpit. MAN 800hp diesels cruise the Cabo 43 in the high 20s and reach a top speed of 34–35 knots.
Cabo 43 Flybridge Additional Information
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More about the Cabo 43 Flybridge
Before introducing the 43 Flybridge, CABO put her hull through a total of 184 test runs at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J. Here, the design team analyzed spray patterns, running angles, center of gravity, displacement, and performance with and without strakes. As a result, this pelagic powerhouse has one of the best-running hulls found anywhere, particularly on a boat her size. She rides smooth in a head sea, remains stable in a beam sea, and is notably agile at speed. She also backs down quickly with complete control, a valuable asset when bringing in a big fish or maneuvering into a tight slip.
At 136 square feet, the cockpit can accommodate a stand-up fishing party of six or more – yet optional cockpit helm controls mean the boat can be fished by a couple, too. A 48-gallon transom livewell has a unique remote-activated drain plug, and the backside of its cover doubles as a cutting board. In addition, two 52-gallon insulated fish boxes with in-line macerators are located in the sole. Rod holders, fresh and saltwater washdowns, and a bait prep center round out the extensive list of standard fishing amenities.
The flybridge features a comfortable, tournament-style layout with a centerline helm overlooking the cockpit. Teak ladder-back helm and companion pedestal chairs come standard, with ample room to walk behind them. An immense console can handle a full array of flush-mounted, large-screen electronics within close proximity to the wheel. Forward and to port lie benches from which the crew can take in the sights all around.