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Cape Scott 85 By Capt. Bill Pike — December 2003

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Price: $4.9 million with 1/1,300-hp MAN D2842LE404 diesel inboard
Optional power: various diesels selected to provide similar performance
Standard equipment: 8,000-lb.-capacity Muir windlass w/Fulfjord anchor and 350' of 3/4" chain; Jastram NFU controller; electric fireplace; Freeman Marine doors, windows, and hatches; 2/4,000-watt Trace SW4024 inverter/chargers; Statpower Truecharge 10 TB two-bank charger; 16/8D gell-cell batteries; 2/4D gell-cell batteries; 2/75-hp John Deere PowerTech 4039DFM diesel gensets w/2 Stamford alternators; duplex Racor fuel-water separators for main and gensets; 2/50-hp Key Power thrusters (bow and stern); GEMs Sensors magnetic-type fuel-tank sight gauges; Aeroquip fuel hoses; Great Plains Industries fuel meter; Aquadrive system; Hawe hydraulic valve systems; Webasco heater; 200,000-Btu Cruisair tempered-water A/C system; 2/600-gpd Village Marine watermakers

Length overall: 86'0"
Waterline length: 76'3"
Beam: 23'0"
Draft: 6'0"
Weight (dry): 210,000 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 6,000 gal.
Water capacity: 1,500 gal.
Test engines: 1/1,300-hp MAN D2842LE404 diesel inboards
Transmissions/ratio: ZF BU 165/3.5:1
Prop: 45" ZF three-blade controllable pitch
Steering: Jastram hydraulic/power-assisted
Controls: Kobelt electronic
Optional equipment on test boat: none
Price as tested: $4.9 million

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This article originally appeared in the November 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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