Cabo Yachts is back, and based on our test of the new Cabo 41, the vaunted brand has not lost its luster.

Flashback to the 1990s when Cabo Yachts hit the market with its first sport-fisher, the 35 Flybridge. The company quickly added models and soon earned high respect from serious offshore anglers.

But more than 25 years later, in the clutches of the lingering Great Recession, Cabo production was suspended. Now, however, under the management of New Bern, North Carolina-based Hatteras Yachts, the brand returns with the debut of

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