A well-known regatta celebrity, the 30.2-metre Cape Arrow, has changed hands this month after brokers at the yacht builder Southern Wind sold the yacht in a direct deal. The SW100 model is a class winner at the 2015 St. Barth’s Bucket and a popular charter yacht. Now with her third owner, Cape Arrow had a last known asking price of €4,600,000 at the time of sale.Built in South Africa by Southern Wind in 2011, Cape Arrow features both an exterior and interior design by Nauta and naval architecture by Farr Yacht Design. At 82 GT, she can accommodate up to nine guests in four staterooms plus four crew in two cabins.Inside, Cape Arrow features a spacious interior arrangement centred around a full-beam main saloon with the master, VIP staterooms and studio lounge located forward.
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