Cabo adds 44 Express

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Cabo Yachts today announced the addition of the 44 Express to its fleet.

Although the 44 HTX has been a successful model, the new 44 Express speaks to the desires of traditional Cabo owners who prefer the allure of a true express, the company said.

The 44 Express delivers the open feel and visibility of a traditional express, paired with the fishability and comfort found aboard its older sibling.

Cabo owners and anglers around the globe who prefer the express model — especially in new and emerging markets for Cabo — will find up-to-date performance standards in this design of the past. With its Michael Peters-designed hull, the 44 EX offers the same performance and handling as the 44 HTX.

Although the most visible change aboard the 44 EX is the removal of the hardtop above the helm deck, many key features remain. Measured at more than 100 square feet, the layout of the oversized cockpit remains consistent with Cabo and offers the same mezzanine seating with a dedicated bait and tackle center, insole fish boxes, rod storage and in-transom bait tank.

The helm station is equipped with two standard helm seats, with the option for a third. The pod itself features the same Palm Beach-style controls as its predecessor. An L-shaped lounge and cocktail table lie aft to port, concealing gear stowage beneath.

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