United Yacht Sales has listed the 1999 Cape Fear 47 Never Enough for sale. It’s the boat that was featured in season one of HBO’s series The Sopranos as Tony Soprano’s personal ride, The Stugots.
“We’re excited to bring a piece of television history to the yacht brokerage market,” United broker Paul Ouimette stated in a press release. “It’s not every day you get to say you’ve listed for sale Tony Soprano’s boat.”
The asking price for the custom sportfishing yacht is $299,000. It’s lying in Stamford, Connecticut.
“My client purchased this Cape Fear in 2016 mostly because he and his family love to fish,” Ouimette added. “Of course, there is a cool factor to having the boat that was in The Sopranos and makes for a great conversation piece. People want to experience a piece of television history.”
The yacht has twin 625-horsepower Detroit Diesel engines. The rebuilt port engine is showing 220 hours; the starboard engine has 2,200 hours on it.
Onboard equipment includes Garmin displays, open-array radar and SideScan sonar. For overnight fishing trips, there are two staterooms and two heads.
Did Tony Soprano own other boats throughout the series? Yes. He had three. In season two, what was supposed to be the same boat as season one was actually a 43-foot Egg Harbor. The Stugots II that came along later in the series was a 55-foot Ocean Yacht.
Take the next step: Contact Ouimette at unitedyacht.com