As a 2006 43’ Cabo, Mo Azul, is perhaps the youngest boat available for charter in Port Aransas. Cabo yachts are known throughout the world for producing some of the finest production hulls available. Even with an outstanding reputation in product design and application, Cabo went back to the drawing board to design a completely different hull with the 43’.  After just a few minutes aboard Mo Azul you too will fall in love with Cabo’s 43’ Flybridge. Plenty of interior space, sleek lines, a dry ride, a large cockpit (136 square feet), and powered by twin MAN 900hp common rail Diesel Engines for a 27-30 knot cruise combine to put the Mo Azul at the top of the list as far as comfort and efficiency are concerned. In addition to all that power, the new common rail engines are designed to be as fuel conservative and emission free as is currently available on the diesel engine market. So even though the hull is blue, it could just as easily be green. A beautiful hull like the 43’ Cabo clipping along at up to a 30 knot cruise can be best described as “poetry in motion.”


The Center for Sportfish Science and Conservation is a center at the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies where Dr. Greg Stunz is also the Endowed Chair for Fisheries and Ocean Health...


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