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Cape Horn 120/5

Discussion in 'Cape Horn Yacht' started by Yacht News, Sep 26, 2007.

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  1. Yacht News

    Yacht News YF News Editor

    Mar 29, 2006
    Through the wonderful work and colaborative efforts of CapeHorn expeditionyachts and Sparkman & Stephens, a 120 foot vessel in design as been born. The design embodies every aspect that you would expect from a world cruiser or expedition type yacht.

    According to Sparkman & Stephens the design came about to have a world cruiser that was safe and gave a high degree of comfort to the owners.
    The 120' design is to have a steel hull and an aluminum superstucture. This will be followed by a blue hull finish and a white upperstructure finish. She will be a tri-deck motoryacht capable of housing guests in high degrees of luxury and comfortability.

    Her physical dimensions run in the vein of, 120/5 feet long, 27.89 feet wide and 8.20 feet of draught. The yacht will be delivered with classifications by Lloyds, MCA and Maltese Cross 100A1.

    For more on the specifications on the Cape Horn 120/5' see below:

    LOA: 125 feet (38.10m)
    LWL: 114.45 feet (34.88m)
    Beam: 27.89 feet (8.50m)
    Draft: (Keel / Canoe) 8.2' (2.49m) / 6.6' (2.01m)
    Displacement: (1/2 load) 307.0 Long Tons or 312 Tonnes
    Engines: (2) x 3412E Caterpillar “B” rated: 720 bhp @ 1800 rpm
    Speed: Cruise - 13 kts / Max - 14 kts

    For more overall information please travel to the builder's website and the Naval Architect's website at:


  2. fordoede

    fordoede New Member

    Feb 20, 2007
    primarily the east coast of the US
    Cape Horn 125

    The 125 is available with 30 month delivery and choice of interior configurations. I think Judy Waldman would be jumping for joy to answer any questions re this or any other new Cape Horn model.
  3. VikHatBer

    VikHatBer New Member

    Oct 21, 2008
    Miami, FL and the Keys
    Nice looking yacht. I like the shallow draft, good for the Bahamas. An Alaskan crabber of similar dimensions would have a 12' or 14' draft and a 100 ton hold.