This builder of saltwater fishing boats is another that has gone through many transitions since its founding; in 1968, it began production with a 19-footer. During the next 40 years Robalo was owned by AMF, Cobia, and then Brunswick before being acquired by its current owner, Chaparral. The quality of the boats varied somewhat through these transitions, but under Chaparral’s direction (beginning in 2001) Robalo re-established itself as a premium builder of extremely high-quality fishing boats. Upon the acquisition construction techniques and materials were thoroughly enhanced and by 2010, every model in the line had been completely re-tooled or developed from scratch. Today, Robalo’s offerings range from an 18’ center console to a 30’ walkaround, plus a dual-console multi-use model line.
Innovative and built to perform like no other bay boat you've ever seen, Robalo engineers have successfully mixed a shallow water draft with a feather soft 15-degree Extended V-Plane bottom design and an aggressive hullside flare so you can travel wherever the fish are biting. Big on features and even bigger on performance, we've made it easy to fall in love with the 206 Cayman. No Haggle Reel Deal pricing includes a tandem axle trailer. Upfront, the forward casting platform with its twin huge fish lockers and lockable rod storage is state of the art. Aft, the convertible seating opens up all kinds of possibilities. Amidships, the helm console that's more stylish and functional than you've ever seen in a 20-footer. Six rods store at the ready. One of three livewells is tucked under the front seat so bait is accessible no matter where you are onboard.