|Length||Make / Model||Year||Price||Location|
|60′||Cabo Rico 56||2014||$1,325,000||United States|
|49′||Cabo Rico 45/47||2014||$875,000||United States|
|46′||Cambria 46 by Cabo Rico, Mamaroneck, NY||1993||$265,000||Mamaroneck, NY|
|45′||Cabo Rico 40/42||2014||$639,000||United States|
|42′||Cabo Rico 42, Cruising Bahamas, MD||2003||$319,000||Cruising Bahamas, MD|
|40′||40′ Cabo Rico Northeast 400, MD||1998||$280,000||MD, United States|
|40′||Cabo Rico Cutter, No. Kingstown, RI||1999||$239,000||No. Kingstown, RI|
|37′||Cabo Rico 34/36||2011||Call for Price||United States|
A “Passage to Perfection” not only describes the philosophy, commitment to quality and unique history of Cabo Rico Custom Yachts, one of the world’s premier semi-custom boat builders; it also describes the end result. An intelligently engineered and superbly built Cabo Rico boat. A Cabo Rico yacht, made to your order, will take you quickly, safely and comfortably on any passage to the destinations of your dreams, wherever they may be.
Our history truly is unique in the boat building industry. We were born almost 40 years ago in a corner of the British Leland assembly plant in San Jose, Costa Rica, through a yachtsman’s love for boating. This man, John Schofield OBE, knew first hand the craftsmanship and work ethic exhibited by Costa Ricans, who are highly skilled and well educated. They have lived with pride in a politically stable democracy for well over 100 years- Costa Rica, the Switzerland of the Americas.
This dedicated and loyal labor force, with an average tenure of over 15 years, is our greatest strength. They combine an eagerness to constantly improve and learn new techniques with top skills and true pride in their work. They take the time necessary to give attention to each detail. The expertise and care they apply to every facet of the boat building process is their integral contribution to our “Passage to Perfection.”
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