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2008 Cabo Yachts 40 FLYBRIDGE




The 2008 CABO Yachts 40 Flybridge


Length Overall (w/ pulpit) 42'10'' 13.1 meters

Hull Length 40'2'' 12.2 meters

Beam 15'9'' 4.8 meters

Draft 3'5'' 1.04 meters

Transom Deadrise 16.5°

Displacement 36,700 lbs. 16,647kilos

Fuel 550 gal.* 2,082 liters *

Water 95 gal. 360 liters

Cabin Headroom 6'3'' 1.91 meters

Berths 5

Cutting-Edge Design *

Anyone who has ever captained or fished a

CABO can attest to her fast, dry and steady

ride. As a Michael Peters design, careful

thought and consideration has been given to

creating an incredibly strong, high-performance

hull. The boat’s highly sophisticated reinforced

fiberglass interior module adds even greater

resistance to torsion and flexure. Using a

method far superior to conventional techniques,

CABO bonds the hull and interior into one

monolithic structure, ensuring the vessel is truly

seaworthy in calm seas or high squalls.

Impeccable fabrication and the use

of some of the industry’s best materials,

guarantee a great ride that is not only beautiful

when it comes off the line, but endures years

down the road. The sides of her glossy hull

reveal nothing but a stunningly smooth finish.

The clean lines and tightly edged corners of the

molded deck and cockpit give the CABO a look

and feel unattainable by any other builder of

vessels in this class

Engine Room *

The engine room is an engineering sensation,

providing a straightforward layout for CABO’s

power systems. With plenty of room

surrounding both engines, any system or

component is easily accessed and maintained;

meticulously organized by grouping major

components, such as electrical and plumbing.

Completely finished in bright white gelcoat

or linear polyurethane paint for easy cleanup,

each engine room provides ample space for the

installation of additional equipment. Strategic

lighting (AC and DC) makes the job easier when

maintenance is required, and ventilation fans

are installed to cool things down.

Fuel lines are fire-retardant, braided

stainless steel; and all wiring is marine-grade,

tinned copper to resist corrosion. To prevent

chafing, plumbing and wiring running through

bulkheads are protected with polymer or highgrade

solid rubber grommets. Engine rooms

that are this organized and well planned can

only be the result of accomplished engineers

and skilled designers.

Electrical System *

Excitement is an awarded reaction in reference

to CABO’s electrical panel. Master marine

electricians individually build each electrical

system. Fine craftsmanship delivers an

unmatched level of quality to your CABO for

enhanced reliability, ease of access and clarity

of layout.

Closed, the main electrical panel displays all

switched electrical systems. All components

are clearly labeled and backlit for easy viewing

and fingertip control. Open, the clarity of the

layout becomes even more evident. Divided

into AC and DC units, all wires run in parallel

lines and are neatly bundled and labeled. Our

electrical systems are just one more example

of the great quality found aboard a

Attention to Detail *

As the saying goes, a chain is only as strong

as its weakest link; therefore nothing is left to

chance on a CABO. Using

durable stainless-steel

hardware, all rails, ladders,

vents, cleats, rod holders, helm

wheel and controls, among

many other components, are

designed and manufactured

to adhere to CABO’s strict

standards of excellence.

While many view a transom door simply

as a means of accessing the cockpit and

manufacture it in just that manner, CABO Yachts

does not. To go above and beyond, CABO uses

a two-part mold, giving both the interior and

the exterior a perfectly smooth gelcoat finish.

Keeping the safety of the angler in mind, instead

of using a single opening, a door and transom

gate configuration is used. This allows the lower

hatch to stay open while the top gate remains

closed, leaving just enough room to haul in your

tournament-winning catch. When it comes time

to attach the door and top to the hull, off-theshelf

hardware is not even an option. Heavy-duty

hinges are secured with flat-head, straightslotted

bolts that are offset for optimum holding

and oriented to the same exact angle.



    • Description

      • Make Cabo Yachts
      • Model 40 FLYBRIDGE
      • Model Year 2008
      • Category Power
      • Hull Material Fiberglass
      • Hull Design
      • Condition Brokerage
      • Class Motor Yachts
    • Specifications

      • Length Overall 42.83 ft
    • exterior color

    • interior color

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