The boat also raised some yellowfin tuna and a couple of tasty mahi-mahi, all of which were kept fresh in an electronically temperature controlled in-transom fishbox. Stay tuned for the full story on this boat and fishing trip in an upcoming issue of PMY.
Posted | The moment was bordering on silly fun. I took over the wheel of the Cabo 38 Flybridge (Hull No. 1) and with minimal input from the ZF electronic controls made her spin like a top. As I throttled the optional 800-mhp MAN diesels, she whipped around to port in a perfect circle while the 27x33 four-blade nibral wheels ate up the cobalt water off Port Everglades inlet. Thus this pocket battlewagon Read Article
For many boaters April is an okay month to be on the water. While there are some nice days, consistently great boating weather is in short supply stateside. But there’s an alternative that offers consistently warm and sunny days and placid waters to calm the nerves in April. It’s a Pacific coast Read Article