Length: 22' 9"

Beam: 9' 1"

Draft: 16"

Deadrise: 20 Degrees

Hull Weight (No Engine): 2775 lbs

Maximum H.P.: 350

Fuel Capacity: 127 Gallons

Maximum Load: 2500 lbs



If you think it looks good, wait until you drive it.  One look into the huge floor plan of the all new Cape Horn 22 and you realize it is something special.  Flip up the front seat and you can step down into the center console with 5 ‘ 4″ of headroom and standard manual flush toilet.  The huge 40 gal. live well behind the leaning post will make sure you never run out of bait.  The aft cockpit boasts one of the largest work stations of any other in this size class.  It has plenty of room for multiple anglers to go toe to toe without getting in each others way. The removable cooler with top cushion is a nice optional addition if more seating or cooler space is a must.  Add the front bow cushion to create a relaxing spot when your ready for a break.  All veteran anglers will appreciate the 27 rod holders located where you need them.  Rod boxes in the sides allow for (4) more rods to be in storage. The step-up in the bow makes throwing a cast-net easy and also adds the space for a huge storage box forward.


The console below allows plenty of room for all your gear and includes a rear storage compartment.   While a 4′ – 220 qt. fish box in the bow delivers below-deck insulated storage for anything you may decide to bring home.


The 22 delivers a DRY ride that’s built on experience.  The newly designed hull deserves a test drive in any condition.  It’s sharp entry tapers to a 20 degree dead rise as it moves aft.  It ends with a v-pad to carry the load while softening the ride.  Experienced captains will be impressed with both the ride comfort and fuel economy. With this all new design, the Cape Horn 22 is more ready than ever to face what awaits 50 miles offshore.


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It lives in the open ocean where people seldom venture. The legendary rough water performance, range and appetite for offshore success make Cape Horn Boats the predator of the open water. It's time you see for yourself.

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