Cabo Boats Are a Great Choice for Snorkeling and Fishing Adventures
Whether you’re an experienced scuba diver or a first-time snorkeler, the crystal clear waters surrounding cabo boat San Lucas are home to dazzling marine biodiversity. On a glass bottom boat tour, you’ll be able to enjoy this natural wonder from the comfort of a safe and dependable vessel. Read on to learn more about this popular activity and how you can book a tour during your next visit to the Baja coast.
When Cabo Yachts debuted in 1991, the brand quickly made a name for itself with its line of well-regarded sport-fishers and earned high respect from serious offshore anglers. But after 25 years, the company was forced to suspend production during the lingering Great Recession. Now, the Brunswick-owned, New Bern, North Carolina-based Hatteras/Cabo brand is back with the debut of the new Cabo 41 at the Miami International Boat Show next year.
This new flagship of the Cabo line is based on Bill Crealock’s design for the Cambria 44+ and NE 400. The result is a powerful, fast motorsailer that’s equally at home under power or sail. The Cabo 41 is powered by twin 626-horsepower Volvo Penta D11s as standard and can be upgraded to optionally 670- or 725-horsepower Cummins QSM11 propulsion.
In the cockpit, the Cabo’s clean, open layout is both functional and comfortable. A pair of 44-gallon insulated fish lockers under the deck sole will keep your catch chilled, and a tuna door in the port side of the transom allows you to haul in a big one with ease. An integrated bow rail is a nod to the Cabo’s California roots, where offshore anglers often walk forward to cast to tailing marlin.
For overnighting, a helm deck lifts at the touch of a button to reveal an airy cabin with two staterooms and two heads. Cabin headroom is a roomy 6’6”, and the Cabo’s bloated lines don’t rob the interior of much space, at least not in comparison with the Blackfin 33 Combi we tested a few weeks ago that has four inches less headroom overall.
For day cruising, the Cabo’s raised helm deck and oversized windows provide ample visibility for easy navigation in even the most congested waters. The aft-facing lounge is an inviting spot for relaxing in the sun, and the large dinette has plenty of room for six. A full galley and staterooms complete the layout below deck.