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  • 48'
  • 2006
  • CABO
  • Florida, United States
  • $649,000



LOA: 48' Beam: 15'8" Draft: 4' 


Engine(s): T  Diesels Engine(s


Fuel: 1020 gal. Water: 100 gal. 

A 3-stateroom, 2-head, galley-up floorplan, the 48' Cabo Convertible doubles as an outstanding fishing and cruising boat. Beautiful "Cancun" interior decor throughout, a flybridge for eight, a super spacious and well-equipped cockpit for serious fishing and a cockpit-accessed spotless engine room are just a few of the advantages of the Cabo 48. 

"Cancun" interior décor package 
Teak and holly sole 
Cut-to-fit and bound edge sculptured tan carpet throughout salon with matching runner in galley 
L-shaped sofa to port, aft in camel Ultraleather 
Storage under both legs of the L-shaped sofa 
CruisAir digital control with humidification function 
(5) Bose double-cube speakers 
42" Samsung LCD flat panel color TV mounted on forward starboard bulkhead 
Raritan icemaker 
Hi-gloss finish teak table with bird's eye maple insert on single-leg pedestal mount 
Beige hopsack material covers valance panels and pilasters 
Hunter Douglas silhouette window shades 
Light fixtures mounted in the headliner 
Starboard cabinetry houses master electrical panel, generator remote panel, water tank gauge, Bose "Lifestyle 48" AM/FM/CD/DVD , pullout drawer for liquor and glasses 
Throw pillows 

Up to port in deckhouse 
Beautiful teak cabinetry offers ample storage, cabinets and drawers 
Corian "Acorn" countertops 
Single-well sink with KWC fixture 
Panasonic microwave oven 
Exhaust fan 
2-burner Kenyon electric range, recessed under the countertop with removable cover 
Overhead lighting 
Sub-zero refrigeration with two drawers of freezer and two drawers of refrigerator 

Forward starboard corner of deckhouse 
L-shaped dinette in tan Ultraleather 
Storage under seating area 
(3) throw pillows 
Large hi-gloss finish teak table with Birdseye maple insert on single-pedestal support 

Master Stateroom 
Walkaround double bed with storage under and one pullout drawer, padded and upholstered bedspread and pillow shams, throw pillows 
End tables on each side of bed with storage drawers 
Sole' 17" flat panel color TV Panasonic AM/FM/CD/DVD with speakers 
Hanging locker 
Ensuite master head with stall shower, Sea-Land vacuum MSD, faux white marble lavatory, mirror-front medicine cabinet, storage under lavatory, overhead foredeck hatch and Corian "Acorn" flooring 
CruisAir digital control with dehumidification function 
Safe-T-Alert carbon monoxide sensor/alarm 
110V lamp atop each end table 

Bow Guest Stateroom 
Double bed mounted against starboard hullside at 45° angle 
Padded and upholstered bedspread and pillow shams 
HUGE storage area under bed 
Large hanging locker 
Panasonic AM/FM/CD/DVD unit with speakers 
Safe mounted in hanging locker 
Tan ultraleather "jump seat" at the end of the bed 
(4) large storage cabinets 
Safe-T-Alert carbon monoxide sensor/alarm 
Overhead Bomar hatch to foredeck 
Entry door to guest head 
Sole' 17" flat panel color TV 

Starboard Guest Stateroom 
Stacked bunks against starboard hullside 
Storage drawers under lower bunk 
Padded and upholstered bunk covers and pillow shams 
Small hanging locker 
CruisAir control 
Safe-T-Alert carbon monoxide sensor/alarm 
Reading lamp beside each headboard 

(2) Icom M602 VHF radio with DSC capabilities 
(2) Icom Remote mic location kit 
(2) Icom flush mount kit 
(2) Optional NewMar PA 30 Watt White hailing horn 
(2) Digital 532V-W 16' 10-db VHF antenna/cabling 
(2) Rupp four-way base/mount/support 
Furuno RD-30 digital depth/navigation display 
Furuno RD-30 flush mount kit 
Furuno 235DHTL-MSE high precision depth/temperature sensor 
Furuno GP-37 differential GPS receiver 
Furuno GP-37 flush mount kit 
(2) Lilly 107 stainless GPS antenna mount 
Northstar NS6100i 12" color WAAS/GPS chart plotter 
(3) VEI 12" Super Sunlight monitor 
Furuno FCV1200BB black box 1 kW sounder 
(2) Furuno 526-IHN in-hull 1000W 50/200KHZ depth transducer 
Furuno Navnet 1954C black box radar/plotter with 12 kW 6' array 
Navionics 1G906XL3 U.S. Southeast and Bahamas 
Furuno BBFF3 dual frequency 1kW color sounder (back up to FCV1200) 
Furuno ST-02MSB Bronze thru-hull speed/temperature sensor 
Furuno network cable 
Simrad AP25 hydraulic autopilot with heading sensor 
Hydraulic quick disconnect service kit 
KVH TracVision G4HP satellite TV system 
KVH HDTV receiver with converter kit 
Channel plus video distribution system 
Custom antenna mast, nav light bar and backing plate 
APC backup, 110 AC power supply for entertainment system 
APC backup, 110 AC power supply for Sat TV Receiver 
Elbex engine room CCTV camera package including (2) (Center and Aft) 1 LUX high resolution color cameras with housings, power supplies and video cable 
Navigation video and entertainment audio distribution system with cabling (This allows viewing of radar, chart plotter, ,video sounders, engine room cameras, Sat TV and Bose DVD on VEI monitors). 
ACR 12V RCL-100D Spotlight 
Flybridge 12V DC accessory adapter 
12/24 VDC Circuit breaker sub-panels for electronics (2) 
24V DC regulated supply 
Sat HDTV controls faceplate assembly with cut outs and flooring for power supplies 

Electrical System 
Westerbeke 15 kW diesel generator with sound enclosure in engine room (460Hours 
Phase Three 50 amp charger 
Cablemaster 220V shore cord system 
12V DC system 
110/220 AC systems 
DC batteries in ventilated box in engine room 

Engine Room 
Twin MAN V10 FWC diesel engines 
ZF 1.77/1 marine gears 
Westerbeke generator in sound shield 
White gel coat finish in engine room 
12V and 110V lighting 
Sea Fire fire extinguisher system 
Side-power master breaker 
(2) Ambient air circulating fans 
Dripless shaft seals 
CruisAir compressors 
Accessed via cockpit door and hatch 
Battery banks in ventilated battery box 
Dual Racor fuel filters on each engine 
Racor fuel filter for the generator 
Reverso oil change system (mains, generator, gears) 
Reverso fuel prime pump on each engine 
Crash pump intake on starboard cooling water intake 

Molded FRP hardtop with integral (4) quartz lights facing aft, recessed red and white overhead lights 
(8) rod holders welded to aft flybridge handrail 
(2) Scopinich teak frame helm chairs on stainless steel pedestal mounts with chair covers and foot rests 
Portside ladder from cockpit to flybridge 
Ritchie 4" compass 
Digital control for trolling valves and synchronizer 
Bridge release 32" double spreader Rupp outriggers 
4-sided EZ-2-CY enclosure 
Athwartships bench seat forward of helm with drained beverage cooler and additional storage under 
Flybridge seats 8 comfortably 
Cabo helm pod with single lever controls 
MAN digital engine function readout panels 
MAN emergency operation touch pads 
Sidepower "joystick" bow thruster control 
ACR spotlight control 
Dedicated electronics breaker panel mounted under the helm console 
Cover for entire helm console 
Dedicated unit of Air Conditioning (32K BTU) on flybridge 

Port and starboard storage lockers under gunwhales with hinged doors 
Portside module houses a stainless steel freezer, bait prep area with pressure water, (3) tackle drawers and engine room access 
Starboard module offers a top storage compartment with hinged lid and a large storage cabinet underneath 
(2) fishboxes with macerator pumps under cockpit deck 
Transom livewell 
(3) storage compartments in aft bulkhead 
Switch panel for macerators, livewell, and pumps 
Transom door and gate 

Non-skid fiberglass decks throughout 
Bow pulpit with roller assembly, Maxwell windlass, rode, and Danforth anchor 
Welded aluminum bow rails 
Custom handrails above deckhouse windows, port and starboard 
Custom handrails at forward corners of the deckhouse 

Solid hand-laid fiberglass modified-V hull 
Black bottom paint 
Black boot stripe 
Trim tabs 

Algae-Sep fuel/water separator 

Tools, fishing gear, personal items. 

A note from the builder of this incredible yacht..... Design and Construction CABO Yachts is one of the most successful boat builders in the business today thanks to our undying commitment to superior design and construction. Our never-ending mission to utilize the best materials, engineering, layouts, and manufacturing techniques keeps us a leading choice among the world's top anglers and marine industry experts. These talented individuals recognize CABO's unmatched product and performance excellence, and the advantage our sportfishers present over the competition. Cutting-Edge Hull Design Every CABO stands ready to combat real-world offshore conditions. Our design team, in conjunction with award-winning Michael Peters Yacht Design, has created a series of incredibly powerful hulls in which biaxial stitched fiberglass is bonded with vinylester resins that are not only lighter and stronger than conventional resins, but also more corrosion resistant. We use high-tech laminating processes such as vacuum-bagging to assure tremendous hull and topside deck strength. Practicing a method far superior to traditional techniques, CABO also bonds the running bottom and reinforced fiberglass interior module into one monolithic structure, ensuring greater resistance to torsion and flexure. Special consideration has gone into creating our high-performance hulls ensuring that each one is steadfast in squalls as well as in calm seas as anyone who has ever ridden in a CABO can tell you. Flawless Engine Rooms Our engine rooms are nothing short of engineering marvels, each one featuring a straightforward layout for unparalleled accessibility to the components. Most importantly, 360 degrees of working space surrounding each of the twin diesel engines means convenient maintenance or repair. All other systems electrical, plumbing, etc. are meticulously organized, easily accessible, and grouped by category whenever possible. Because safety and reliability are key areas of concern for owners, our fuel lines are fire-retardant, aircraft-grade braided stainless steel and our wiring is marine-grade tinned copper to resist corrosion. To prevent chafing, all plumbing and wiring that run through bulkheads are protected with polymer or high-grade solid rubber grommets. Our engine rooms are completely finished in white gelcoat or linear polyurethane paint for simple cleanup. AC or DC lighting illuminates maintenance jobs, and on larger models, ventilation fans keep the space cool. Simply put, engine rooms as organized and detailed as these can only be the result of skilled designers who strive for nothing less than total customer satisfaction. Custom Electrical Systems The electrical panel isn't something that most boaters get over-excited about unless they're aboard a CABO. Each of our electrical systems is built by master marine electricians who are at the top of thier game. Closed, the electrical panel displays all switched electrical systems, with the components clearly labeled and backlit, allowing visual review and fingertip control. Opened, the clarity of the layout becomes even more evident; divided into AC and DC units, all wires are neatly bundled and labeled, and follow perfectly parallel lines. The CABO electrical system is just one more example of the superior quality found in our highly respected yachts. Absolute Fishability Step aboard a CABO and it's immediately apparent that our boats are made by fishermen for fishermen. First and foremost, our cockpits offer more square footage ¿ at times they're bigger than the cockpits found in much larger boats and we include a long list of standard fishing amenities that are often options on comparable models. Careful thought goes into the placement of every element in the cockpit, especially essentials such as bait tanks, livewells, bait prep centers, and tackle storage. Insulated fish boxes are molded into the sole and equipped with in-line macerators, full-length piano hinges, and doors that seal tightly against rubber gaskets. If owners choose, the boxes can also be equipped with optional icemakers and/or refrigeration plates. Storage throughout the cockpit is abundant, leaving the area clean and free of obstructions when reeling in a fish. Lures and rigging equipment are neatly organized in custom-built tackle centers. Larger models feature a bait prep sink, bait chests, and optional freezer for extended time offshore. To conserve space, livewells are located in the transom when possible. (These are also lighted for nighttime use.) The outward-opening transom door and top gate operate independently, providing safety for the angler and crew while bringing large fish aboard. Padded bolsters ring the cockpit for extra comfort and security when using a stand-up rig. An aluminum reinforcing plate installed in the deck for mounting a fighting chair goes a long way to helping you haul in the tournament-winning fish. Of course, there's also abundant rod and tackle storage on the bridge deck and in the cabin. And in the engine room, our muscular power packages promise to get you to the fish well before the competition. It's all part of our goal to make the most successful sportfishing boats imaginable. Refined Accommodations The interior of a CABO speaks volumes about our company's continued commitment to excellence. To begin with, teak is used throughout the boats, and to ensure consistency and continuity, each individual element is milled in-house and stored in a temperature and humidity-controlled environment during the construction process. The woodwork is sanded, applied with multiple coats of marine varnish, and then buffed to a beautiful satin finish. Our galleys are impressively equipped and beautiful, too. Polished Corian® countertops, spacious refrigerators and freezers, twin-burner cook tops, molded-in sinks, and microwave/convection ovens make cooking aboard a CABO enjoyable, not a chore. The teak cabinetry with crosshatch ventilation is not only attractive, but also functional, allowing the constant air circulation that is necessary in a closed environment. Positive-latching cabinet hardware prevents doors from opening in rough seas, while hinges are designed to keep doors ajar until you close them. Whether you prefer listening to music, watching a movie on your flatscreen television with DVD player, or just relaxing with a book, there's plenty to keep you entertained. Staterooms combine warm woodwork with designer fabrics, creating a soothing, restful retreat. Hanging lockers are cedar-lined, and additional storage beneath berths, under settees, and behind bulkheads is easily accessed. Every inch onboard is a precious commodity, and no space is wasted on a CABO. Attention to Detail Without a doubt, a CABO is more than the sum of the parts. Every piece is painstakingly evaluated to ensure that it is the best it can possibly be. Design, engineering, and maintenance are all carefully considered, examined, and double-checked. Take, for example, our transom doors. We use a two-part mold, giving both the interior and exterior a smooth gelcoat finish. Instead of using a single opening, we keep the safety of the angler in mind with an outward-opening door and independent top gate. Heavy-duty hinges are secured with flat-head, straight-slotted bolts, which are offset for optimum holding. All rails, ladders, vents, cleats, rod holders, the helm wheel, controls, and most other components are custom designed and manufactured to adhere to CABO's strict standard of excellence. Instead of the 304 stainless-steel alloy most boat manufacturers use, we use only the stronger, more durable 316 stainless-steel. The higher nickel content results in superior corrosion resistance and strength, plus good looks. CABO incorporates only the finest materials and employs a unwavering attention to details that leave most of the industry trying to catch up. 

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.

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  • Builder: CABO
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 2006
  • YearBuilt: 2006
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  • Country: United States
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  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/0 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 48' 0" (14.63m)
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  • Water Capacity: 100 Gallons
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  • Fuel Capacity: 1,020 Gallons
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  • State Rooms: 3
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  • Captains Quarters: No
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  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
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  • Manufacturer: MAN
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  • Engine Count: Twin
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  • Fuel Type: Diesel