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02-12-2012 07:27 AM
aa3jy FYI..we Cabo owners use the following site..

Discussions - caborico | Google Groups


s/v 'Tango'
Cabo Rico '34
Lankford Bay Marina
Rock Hall,Md.
02-11-2012 11:36 PM
mgmhead Welcome aboard and welcome to Rock Hall. I'm in The Sailing Emporium on Rock Hall Harbor just south of Swan Creek. There are two CR in that marina that come to mind, a 42 named Meander and a 36. Stop by sometime or give a shout on the VHS when you see Rhythm. The pretty lady at the helm is my wife, I'll be the ape adjusting lines.

Enjoy your beautiful new boat, explore the Chesapeake, great place to sail.
02-11-2012 10:18 PM
nsartor You have purchased well grasshopper! We have taken our Cabo Rico XL 38 from our home port here in Beaufort, NC over to the Bahamas, down the Eastern Caribbean to Trinidad, over the top of Venezuela to the ABC's and then down to Columbia and the San Blas for some of the best sailing/cruising in the world. The HURTH transmission failed us and I had to get a new one in Bonaire, but after that she brought us back up through Houduras, Belize and Mexico with some AWESOME sailing. For a big solid boat she sails like stink and with the cutter rig there are always options. We had just the staysail up all the way to Bermuda in 35 knot winds and she rode them like a purebred. Unfortunately SWEET CAROLINA will have to move on to the next cruiser as my wife's health has gone south but the cruising prolonged the good times for an extra 2 years :-)

If you sail south give us a shout in Beaufort, NC

Nick, Carolyn and Keegan Sartor
11-27-2011 11:21 AM
teddier1 My buddy had a 34 and it was a beautiful boat. How does she sail compared to the hunter? Good luck with her.
11-27-2011 07:20 AM
Cabo Rico 38

I've been looking at the Cabo Rico 38 for about a year but I haven't actually seen one in person yet. I currently have an Ericson 38 in Mexico that I plan to sell but not necessarily before I purchase another boat. Not many Cabo Ricos for sale in the Southwest. Thanks.
11-27-2011 07:04 AM
aa3jy I think that boat was sold. You interested in a Cabo?
11-27-2011 06:58 AM

Is your boat still for sale? If so, please contact me at Thanks.

03-04-2008 07:17 AM
chucklesR TOh, okay, got it - thanks
03-04-2008 06:07 AM
jongoose The boats name will be "Jon Goose" after the farm we live on.
03-03-2008 04:27 PM
chucklesR I'd never put down another person's drink , well yeah, guess I would
I've never been a fan of beer that's all.

No hair to wash, fish fries on a boat are smelly.

oh, boat name? So we can hail you on the bay?
Patience Two for me
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