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2000 Cape Horn Trawler

Where To

Juneau, AK, US
  • 2 Heads
  • 1 Engines

Where To Is A Proven Passagemaker With All Of The Safety Features And Redundancies For Which Cape Horn Trawlers Have Become Famous, Including Double Bottom, Bulbous Bow, Bilge Keels, 1/2" Bolt-in Windows, Fuel Filtration To < 1 Micron, And Numerous Watertight Compartments. Where To's Current Owners, Only The 2nd Owner In 23 Years, Has spent Last Two Summer In Alaska And Is Now For Sale Due To The Owners' Change Of Plans.Where To Has Performed Beautifully, Handles Outstandingly Well, And Has All Of The Comforts Of Home Which It Has Been To This Cruising Liveaboard Couple For The Past 2 Years. Full-time Cruising In Alaska Substantiates The Seaworthiness For Which This Cape Horn Was Built.


Galati Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by JW Yachts.

  • Last updated Feb 23rd, 2024


Quick Specs

Builder:Cape Horn
Country: US
Category: Power
Model: Trawler
Model Year: 2000


Heads: 2

Hull Information

Hull Material: Steel


Length: 55 ' (16.76M)
Draft: 6 ft' (1M)
Beam: 18.5 ft' (5M)


Cruising Speed: 6 Knots
Displacement 130,000 lb lbs
Fuel Capacity: 4000 G. 15141 L.
Water Capacity: 500 G. 1892 L.
Holding Tank: 200 G. 757 L.


Engine 1

Engine Make: John Deere
Engine Model: 6076AFM
Engine Year: 2000
Engine Type: Inboard
Power HP: 300
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 2,320



The three stateroom Cape Horn Where To sleeps seven: forward bow guest stateroom sleeps 2 in a full-size island bed; the portside office/guest stateroom sleeps 2 in upper and lower berths; the master stateroom is aft with queen size island berth; the wheelhouse watch-berth sleeps one. Interior engine room access is through full height door at aft end of salon. Interior woodwork is bird's eye maple with carpet sole in salon and staterooms; tiling is Italian granite and marble. Recessed lighting and generous stowage throughout.


Entry is either from the aft deck through watertight door into the salon or from pilothouse watertight doors into galley/salon. Wrap-around U-shape large upholstered seating for six around birds-eye maple table; additional seating on starboardside. Opening windows allow for good fresh air ventilation.


Forward from salon to port. U-shaped ergonomically designed for ease of use in all seas. The galley is separated from the salon by a service counter with 2 barstools - a great place to have breakfast, grab a lunch, or to include for additional salon seating.

  • SS  Whirlpool refrigerator
  • Maytag convection microwave oven
  • Dacor 4-burner electric stovetop
  • (2) SS sinks


Entry to the pilothouse is from port or starboard watertight doors or up 3 steps from the salon/galley. The pilothouse has excellent visibility. The pilothouse settee provides ample area for keeping the helmsman company; above the settee is a pilot berth.

  • Leather helm chair w/footrest
  • (5) Heated windows
  • Chart drawers
  • Shelved lockers


Upgraded electronics packaged ($50,000) installed 2021.

  • Robertson AP-20 autopilot
  • Autopilot rudder feedback sensors
  • Garmin Radar Display with Open Array Radar (2021)
  • Garmin monitors (2021)
  • Electronic compass
  • Starlink
  • (2) SEA 157 VHF
  • SEA 235 Radio Telephone H-Band
  • Robertson rudder angle indicator
  • John Deere instrument panel-all gauges
  • Northern Lights generator control panel
  • Stern remote camera (2021)
  • Engine room remote camera  (2021)
  • FLIR

Master Stateroom

Spacious master stateroom with centerline berth, generous "walk-around room", extremely abundant stowage in numerous drawers and hanging lockers. Ensuite head.

  • Island queen berth
  • Night stands w/3 drawers each
  • Bookshelves
  • Opening portlights w/screens & sea cover

Master Head

Large master head features Whirlpool Jacuzzi tub, tiled walls and sole, full stand-up shower.

VIP Stateroom

The VIP stateroom has a centerline double bed. Ensuite head also has access to companionway for use as guest head.Abundant stowage

  • Hanging lockers
  • Bookshelves
  • Opening portlights
  • Overhead hatch

Office/Guest Cabin

The office is ideal set up for computer and files and doubles as a guest cabin.

  • (2) single bunks
  • Desk
  • Drawers
  • Locker
  • Opening portlight

Guest Head

Accessed from the companionway, the head serves as a dayhead, guest head for 3rd cabin, and ensuite head access for VIP stateroom.


Fuel consumption at 8 knots is approx. 8gph for a range of 4000nm; at 7.5 knots range is closer to 5000nm + 1 gph for generator. 

Where To's engine room offers a full walkaround work area and stand-up head room. Access to mechanical systems is well designed.

  • John Deere 6076AFM 300hp (2320hrs)
  • ZF V-drive engine mounted transmission
  • (4) Trojan deep cycle house batteries
  • (2) 8D Engine Batteries
  • Engine instrument readouts
  • Vetus hydraulic bow thruster 25hp
  • Vetus hydraulic stern thruster 25hp
  • MarineAir 48K BTU reverse cycle w/6 air handlers
  • Filtration Concepts watermaker
  • High water sensors and alarms
  • (5) Auto and manual bilge pumps
  • (2) Gray water sump pumps
  • Fuel Polishing system and Management System
  • Electrical fuel lift assist pump
  • Reverso oil change system
  • 20gal electric hot water heater

Electrical System

Electrical system consists of 12v DC, 110 AC and 220 AC 60 hz sources. Shore power requirements are 50 amp 220 VAC, 60 Hz single phase. Heavy loads are powered by 220 VAC; 110 VAC loads are powered by 2 AC buses trunked thru the two Trace SineWave inverters so that switching is transparent and automatic regardless of the power source (shore, genset, or battery banks). Can sit at anchor for 14 hours from inverter power.

  • Northern Lights generator 16kW (3400hrs)
  • Northern Lights Generator 12kW (4945hrs)
  • 50 Amp Shore Power w/ Glendinning Cable Master w/ 100’ chord


  • Full walk-around side decks
  • Portuguese bridge gate to foredeck
  • (4) Bulwark lockers forward each w/single door access
  • Boarding gates port & starboard
  • Transom gate
  • Swim platform w/swim ladder
  • Maxwell 3000lb hydraulic windlass
  • 100lb CQR anchor w/400’ 3/8” Chain
  • 60lb Fortress anchor
  • 12’ Highfield dinghy w/ 40 HP Yamaha (4 Stroke)
  • 1500lb davit
  • 6 Person life raft


Construction with safety as foremost priority. Steel fuel and water tanks integral to hull essentially creating a double steel bottom. Steel bilge keels not only provide passive stabilization and stabilization at anchor, but also allow yacht to stand on her own bottom for haulout or beaching for bottom cleaning or inspections, as well as being a critical element for intentional or accidental groundings or in navigational areas with large tide changes.

  • Steel tested @ 60kpsi mild steel grade A36 or greater
  • SS bow rail & stanchions
  • SS & chrome plated deck hardware
  • Thru hulls, ball valves, deck drains, piping systems all 316 SS
  • Windows 1/2" tempered glass w/clamp-in window frames
  • Portholes 10" tempered glass w/ deadlights, rebedded 2011
  • Keel cooling system integal to hull
  • Freeman watertight aftdeck door
  • Freeman watertight Dutch pilothouse doors, port & starboard
  • 5-blade 36" x 25" bronze propeller
  • Oversize cleats
  • (6) Bollards: 4 on bow, 2 aft

Additional Information

Where To is a second generation Cape Horn 55. She was built with the emphasis on safety and redundancies for which Cape Horn Trawlers have become world famous. With proven seakeeping capabilities, Where To offers a rare opportunity to purchase a fully founded well equipped yacht with all of the outfitting and ammenities selected by a knowledgable owner. Owner is looking to buy a larger Cape Horn.


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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