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2011 Cabo 52 Flybridge


Newport Beach, California, United States
  • 3 Staterooms
  • 2 Heads
  • 2 Engines

PAPAS HAVEN is a 2011 Cabo 52 Flybridge, custom rigged to be a family fishing, diving and cruising vessel. Her equipment list for a boat this size is second to none, as is the quality of her build. She was the last of the original CABOs to be built in the famous Adelanto California facility. Her renowned Michael Peters hull design has a sharp entry and large bow flare for a soft dry head sea ride. The Seakeeper and her massive 17’9” beam allows for great sea stability. The 3 stateroom 2 head layout has a custom berth arrangement to sleep 8 and has an incredible amount of storage and huge interior volume.

Key Features and Custom Equipment includes:

  • Sea Keeper Gyro Stabilizer (M8000)
  • Cat C 18 Power
  • Twin 21.5 Kw Onan Generators
  • Mezzanine Seating
  • Ice Chipper
  • Watermaker
  • Cockpit Controls
  • Bow Thruster
  • Underwater Lights
  • Dive Compressor
  • Swim Platform
  • Davit And Chocks for Bow Dinghy
  • Fish Box Freezer Plates
  • Cockpit Bait Freezer
  • Insulated Drink Boxes
  • Teaser Reels
  • Live Well W Bait Tank Window
  • Cockpit Sunshade
  • Cockpit Forward Shower
  • Fresh And Salt Water Washdown
  • Camera System for Engine Room, Cockpit And Salon
  • SAT TV
  • JL Audio Sound System
  • Teak Covering Boards And Mezzanine
  • New Shafts Installed 2018

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  • Last updated Jul 11th, 2023


Quick Specs

Country: United States
Category: Flybridge
Model: 52 Flybridge
Model Year: 2011


Cabins: 3
Heads: 2

Hull Information

Hull Material: Fiberglass


Length: 52 ' (15.85M)
Draft: 5' (1.52M)
Beam: 17' 9" (5M)


Fuel Capacity: 1200 G. 4542 L.
Water Capacity: 200 G. 757 L.
Holding Tank: G. L.


Engine 1

Engine Make: Caterpillar
Engine Model: C18
Engine Year: 2011
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 1,000
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Location: Port

Engine 2

Engine Make: Caterpillar
Engine Model: C18
Engine Year: 2011
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 1,000
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Location: Starboard


Stabilizer Brand: Seakeeper M8000



Four steps down from the main salon and galley level brings us to the superbly laid out lower accommodations. The three state room two head arrangement is set up to sleep 8 comfortably.


Entering the salon, the layout looks familiar, but the space seems much larger than normal thanks to her beam. The interior décor is classic CABO and she has the optional teak and holly sole in the salon and galley along with solid teak satin finished cabinetry. There is a large L-shaped sofa with storage underneath it to port with a Hi/Lo table.

Galley and Dinette

Starboard forward is a large dinette with flat screen TV on forward bulkhead. Port side forward on the main deck is the galley. It has everything a shipboard gourmet could require. Galley equipment and features include:

  • Large Corian countertops with a raised sea edge
  • Sub zero under counter refrigerator and freezer drawers (2 of each)
  • Massive storage compartment under galley sole
  • Superb cabinet space and storage
  • 4 burner electric cook top
  • Twin basin stainless steel sinks, one small with garbage disposal, one oversized
  • Sharp microwave convection oven

At the top of the stairs before descending below, there are two cabinets, one on either side with huge storage compartments.

Master Stateroom

To port amidships is the master state room. She has a walk around queen berth with night stands on either side. The bed also flips up to reveal yet another large storage area. Smaller drawers, cabinets and a hanging locker round out the master stateroom storage capabilities. She has an ensuite head with Corian countertop and sole, Vaccu-flush marine toilet and large stall shower. The vanity over the sink has unusually deep shelving worthy of mention. Directly across from the master in the hallway is the over/under stainless steel washer and dryer.

Guest Stateroom

Immediately to starboard at the base of the stairs is a guest state room. It has one large athwartships berth capable of sleeping two adults. It also has an elevated berth fore and aft for a third person with 2 large storage cabinets underneath.

Guest Head

Walking forward in the companionway to Starboard is a door to a second full head. This head also has private access from the forward state room.

Forward Stateroom

In the forepeak of the vessel is the third state room. It is smartly laid out for maximum berths and maximum comfort. There are two elevated single berths in a V shape with a third larger berth to port. Under the starboard bunk are two large teak cabinets with deep shelving. A door for private access to the second head is starboard aft.


Bridge access is from mezzanine to starboard is via an aluminum ladder with teak steps. The bridge is huge with seating forward, port and starboard of the helm. In keeping with the rest of the vessel there is a massive amount of storage under the bench seating, console and forward brow. Behind the helm there are two teak captain’s chairs. Whether sitting or standing, the visibility is great and there is a full complement of shipboard electronics.

  • (3) Garmin multifunction displays for chart plotter, radar and sonar. (A fourth Garmin unit is down on the mezzanine)
  • CCTV system controls with 3 engine room cameras, 2 salon cameras and a cockpit camera
  • Gyro stabilizers controls
  • (2) CAT multi function gauges
  • Side power bow thruster
  • (2) ICOM VHF radios
  • Simrad auto pilot
  • Furuno RD 30 for speed, temp and depth
  • CH500 Sonar
  • Clarion stereo with JL Audio speakers in cockpit and on the bridge
  • Eskimo ice chipper controls
  • Mia Epoch electric teaser reels

Engine Room

On the mezzanine there is a centerline hatch that lifts up for engine room access. You climb down a small ladder over the aft on center mounted SEA KEEPER GYRO. Outboard aft on both sides are oversized 21.5 KW ONAN Gensets. These size generators are more commonly found on much larger yachts. Her C 18 CAT engines are well maintained. There is plenty of room to walk around the front to the outboard sides for service. Additional engine room highlights include:

  • Overhead rod storage
  • Brownies dive compressor
  • (2) Racor fuel filters per engine
  • Fuel priming system
  • Oil change system
  • Optional engine room RPM gauges
  • Emergency water evacuation valve plumbed off starboard engine
  • Fire suppression system


The cockpit on PAPAS HAVEN is huge, thanks in part to her 17’9” beam. Her factory mezzanine seating keeps you in the middle of all the action. Port side by the mezzanine is a Garmin multi-function display to watch the fishfinder or follow the chart while underway. On the stern is a swim platform with dive ladder and an oversized tuna door. Custom teak covering boards and teak mezzanine look sharp. There is a transom livewell with bait tank window. She has twin macerated in deck fish boxes. The starboard box is plumbed for the Eskimo ice chipper and the port has freezer plates. Starboard forward in the cockpit are the cockpit controls, ladder to the bridge and salon entrance door.


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.