Cape Horn motor yacht Whiskey Hotel sold
by Malcolm Maclean
Built in steel by Canadian yard Cape Horn to a design by Charles Neville, Whiskey Hotel was delivered in 2003 and in 2016 went through a thorough refit when all systems were upgraded or replaced. An interior by Bill Hendricks features cherry wood panelling contrasting with white furniture with accommodation for up to ten guests in five cabins.
The guest accommodation is configured as a full-beam master suite, VIP suite, two doubles and a twin, all with entertainment centres, television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities.
The open-plan saloon has a wet bar to starboard and a plush L-shaped couch with marble table to port, facing an entertainment centre with a large television. Forward is a custom inlaid marble dining table that can seat up to ten people, while the spacious galley features granite counter tops and cherry cabinetry with solid wood drawers.
Aft of the pilot house is the upper deck, covered with a white Sunbrella awning perfect for creating shade. The upper deck is appointed with teak chairs, tables and loungers. Twin 360hp Cummins diesel engines allow a maximum speed of 11 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at nine knots.
Whiskey Hotel was asking $1,295,000.