52 Flybridge

  • Exterior
  • Exterior 2
  • Interior

    A popular brand among sportfishing enthusiasts, Cabo launched its largest-ever model in 2009. The Cabo 52 Flybridge, built on the same foundation as its 52 Express, was designed for blue-water passages out to fishing canyons, but also to get the owners home when it gets rough out there. The battlewagon has all the fishing features a die-hard angler needs, but the three-stateroom layout also makes it a good weekend cruiser.

    Photo by David Bush
    The game-changing “hovering” recreational sub is so easy to use, almost anyone can operate it…
    The 187-foot yacht marks another avant-garde design approach for the Dutch shipyard…
    The ketch is equipped with all the amenities necessary to guarantee smooth sailing…
    The forthcoming marina will accommodate up to 50 superyachts…
    After a seven-month wait for permission, Numarine’s 78-foot Flybridge yacht crossed in four hours…
    The megayacht includes spacious living areas, a swimming pool, a helipad, and more…
    Photo by Ghislain Dussart/ Gamma-Rapho/GettyImages
    From Rivas to Chris-Crafts, we take a closer look at classic wooden boats and their famous owners...
    Cruise the Galápagos Islands before heading to South America, Central America, or Antarctica…
    The most compact three-person sub is also the only one that can be upgraded to dive deeper…
    The 144-foot yacht includes a spacious master suite, private balcony, and beautiful kitchen…