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CAPE ARROW is for sale: price and where to see her

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She’s currently in Italy, specifically at the port of La Spezia, where you can inspect and admire her in all her beauty. We’re talking about the SW100RS Cape Arrow, a 100-foot marvel built in 2011. And we’re sure that after seeing her, it will be hard to resist the temptation to own it.

Cape Arrow’s stay in La Spezia will only last a few more days. The sailing yacht will soon move to the Palma Superyacht Show in Palma de Mallorca, where it will be exhibited from April 25th to 28th to find a new owner. The sale in Italy is directly handled by the South African shipyard Southern Wind.

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The Cape Arrow in detail

Cape Arrow is one of the most recognizable SW100 yachts, thanks primarily to its successful career in international charter and racing circuits. Delivered in June 2011 and subjected to a rigorous maintenance program since its inception, with many updates and improvements in recent years, this boat is now ready to embark on a new life with an owner who can use it for their sea adventures around the world.


The yacht is in excellent condition, with the mast and rigging replaced in 2023 and a significant series of upgrades carried out in recent years in entertainment, communication, and navigation services, to bring Cape Arrow up to date with the latest technological innovations. Both the interiors and exteriors have also been renovated. In short, the boat is ready to cruise or race immediately, also because it is available for immediate delivery.


Technical Specs

  • Length: 30.26 m (100 ft)
  • Year: 2011
  • Max Beam: 6.71 m (22 ft)
  • Draft: 3.95 m (12,95 ft)
  • Builder: Southern Wind
  • Architecture: Farr Yacht Design
  • Design: Nauta Design
  • Accommodation: 9 guests in 4 cabins
  • Material: composite

master cabin

Sale Price

For those interested in becoming the new owner of the SW100RS Cape Arrow, the sale price communicated by Southern Wind is €4,950,000 inclusive of VAT. The VAT has been paid through an Italian leasing program, and only a small amount of residual capital remains.

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