Update on 3/5/2019 to our blog post about the new Cabo 41:
The United Yacht team has been anxiously awaiting the professional photography and video of the new Cabo 41 Express and by the looks of it, we won't need to wait too much longer. Some amazing shots below of the Cabo 41 photo shoot wiht Captain Emily Gale.
After months of teases, sightings, and CAD drawings, the new Cabo Yachts 41 Sportfish finally made its debut at a major boat show, this time in Miami. United Yacht broker and Hatteras Yachts Brand Manager Scott White toured the Cabo 41 at the show. "It's an incredible boat," he said. "It reminds me of why the Cabo's in the 90's and early 2000's were so popular. The new Cabo 41 has all the same characteristics that made the original Cabo 40 Express such a tremendous boat. You've got a big cockpit to fish, a mezzanine to watch the action, a really fantastic helm station, and of course the reliability of the Cabo name. It might be a 41, but it feels like you've got the space and power of a 50-foot plus boat with the maneuverability of a center-console."
Seen below, the Cabo 41 getting ready to leave at sunrise.
The first thing anyone notices when they see the Cabo 41 is the similarity in the exterior lines and bow flare to the older models. This newer generation Cabo will undoubtedly benefit from the advancements in materials in construction since the early 2000's, but also from the Hatteras factory and their team of craftsmen. One such difference is the option to include a Seakeeper 6 stabilization system to create a comfortable fishing platform whether competing in a tournament or out for a day with the family.
Seen below is Boating Magazine's walk-through of the Cabo 41 at the Miami Boat Show.
Like most large center-consoles or smaller sportfish, speed is always a requirement. To get this 31,000lbs. battle-wagon moving at the desired speed, Cabo Yachts offers twin Volvo Penta D11 626-hp engines as the standard option. Owners can also choose to move up to more powerful Volvo Penta's at 670 or 725-horsepower or opt for the Cummins QSM 11's.
The Cabo 41 if anything is fun to drive. The raised helm station has great visibility and the 3 large Garmin screens give the captain incredible tools at his or her disposal from depth and fish finder, navigation, and engine information.
See below is the Cabo 41 helm.
The interior accommodations of the Cabo 41 offer a perfect stateroom for a couple or additional sleeping options if more people are on board. Whether fishing overnight or just wanting to go on an extended cruise, the option to escape the weather and have a place to sleep is priceless. The stateroom in the bow has a queen-sized berth with storage under the mattress and a few other convenient spaces. The main salon has a dining settee across from the galley that can be converted into a second berth.
Seen below is the layout of the Cabo 41.
Seen below is a rendering of the interior salon seating area and galley.
Hatteras Yachts & Cabo CEO Kelly Grindle knows the Cabo reputation well and sees an opportunity in today's current market for the new 41 to thrive. “The Cabo 41 is aimed at the sportfishing enthusiast who wants a better-performing, higher-quality, more comfortable offshore fishing platform,” Grindle stated in the announcement about the new Cabo. “This model is only the beginning. The new Cabo line we have in development will be made up of easy-to-own, durable fishing machines that give anglers the confidence to fish longer, and the satisfaction of catching more fish while staying dry and comfortable, even in rough conditions.”
For more information on the new Cabo 41 or any new Hatteras Yacht model, please contact Scott at (609) 780-0309 or by email at Scott@UnitedYacht.com. To search all used Cabo Yachts for sale on the market today, please visit here.
See Yachting Magazine's photos of the new Cabo 41 during the Miami Show: