New Cape Scott Model & Upgrade To Fleet Hull Specification


“You may not yet be contemplating a voyage through the Northwest Passage, but it is still reassuring to know that you and your family have the opportunity to have one of the toughest hulls in the world underneath you.”

Heartening words from Simon Billington, the Managing Director of Private Yacht Groupthe European Agents for Cape Scott Yachts, who have just revealed their latest design; a 42m (137ft) go-anywhere explorer yacht.

With accommodation for 12 guests and a crew of up to 6, the hull specification across the entire range has also been increased to Lloyd’s Ice Class 1C, making Cape Scott the only luxury yacht builder to offer Ice Class hulls as standard.

The Cape Scott 137 is a serious alternative to the best that Northern European manufacturers have to offer

The company is based in Canada and Hong Kong, with vessel construction taking place in Da Nang, Vietnam inside one of the world’s most advanced shipyards.

Since he founded Queenship over 22 years ago, the Company President Dan Fritz has been building large luxury yachts in both Canada and the Far East. He said,

“Building in the Far East combines cost efficiency with uncompromising quality standards to offer customers a semi-custom steel and aluminium motor yacht at a cost equivalent to production-built fibreglass alternatives.”