52 Flybridge

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    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.

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