Cape Scott Yachts
The Cape Scott 74 offers three exciting versions of this Stephen Seaton designed ocean going expedition yacht. While sharing commonality on the lower and main decks the client is free and open to personalize his yacht from three well thought out and designed arrangements on the wheelhouse deck level.

The Vessel can be built in either a three stateroom or four stateroom arrangement both including private 2 berth crew cabin that is well separated from the owner’s and guest staterooms. The main deck level features a large open plan salon/dining area and galley that is ideal for entertaining. Three staterooms all with ensuites are located forward of the social areas on the main deck. The private 2 berth crew quarters with 3 piece adjoining head is located on the lower deck level and has quick and easy access to galley, wheelhouse and engine room. The interior is finished in selected wood in the client’s choice of Cherry, Maple or Makore with a satin finish

Cape Scott 74 Trawlers
Cape Scott 74 A
Cape Scott Skyloung
* Alternate arrangements for upper deck available on all 3 models in the Cape Scott 74 to 80 series
Cape Scott Options

Option #1, Gives the owner a spacious upper deck penthouse suite affording them separation from the rest of the guests and giving them more privacy, with the expansive windows the owners get 270 degree vista and the best views on the yacht

Option #2, The ultimate in owner comfort and privacy, full beam penthouse suite increases the total size of the stateroom to an area unheard of on vessel of this size. Aft upper deck can be used as a public social area or can be for the exclusive use of the owner. Equipped and laid out for maximum comfort and privacy this arrangement is for the owner who enjoys the good things in life socializing with friends and family but wants a secluded retreat.

Option #3, For owners who enjoy having multiple and diverse social areas. The skylounge allows all in the owner’s party to enjoy the enhanced vista’s from the large windows offering 270 degree views of all that surrounds them. An open plan in this area allows for many furniture options depending on clients desires and needs.

Cape Scott 80 Options
Cape Scott 77
Cape Scott 77
Steel Construction with:
  • - Steel Hull built to Lloyds 100 A1 ice class IC with 1-1/8" steel skeg bottom plate
    - 5 watertight steel bulkheads 6 watertight compartments
    - Four bilge evacuation systems, each independently backing each other up.
Class Lloyd’s Registry
Accommodations Three and four staterooms, plus crew
LOA 74’ 0” - 77' 0" (22.55m - 23.47m)
LWL 69’ 0” - 72' 0" (21.03m - 21.95m)
Displacement (base vessel, Lightship/full Load, option dependent 214,800 lbs(97.4mt)/231,000 lbs(100.1mt)
Beam (Maximum) 22’ 0” (6.7m)
Draft (Lightship/Full Load) 6' 7" (2.00m)/6’ 9" (2.05 m)
Freeboard Forward 11’ 5” (3.47m)
Freeboard Aft 5’ 8” (1.73m)
Power: Standard Twin Engine Configuration 2 x Cummins, QSL9 HD rated, 330hp ea
European or US Electrical System 220Vac 50hz -12/24Vdc or 110/220Vac 12/24Vdc
Gensets 27.5kw and 17 kw, Kohler or Onan
Speed 10.7 knots
Economical Cruise range with reserve 3600 + nm to 4800 + nm
Equipment (base spec includes) Stabilizers, thrusters and ground tackle, all fully hydraulic
Fuel Capacity 4,200 US gal (15,899L)
Fresh Water Capacity 700 US gal (2,650L)
Holding Tank Capacities Black 150USgal/568L and Grey 130USgal/492L