Own a Piece of Television History: "Stugots", The Famous Boat from 'The Sopranos', Listed for Sale

Own a Piece of Television History: "Stugots", The Famous Boat from 'The Sopranos', Listed for Sale

In the world of cult-classic television, few items hold as much allure as the iconic props used by the shows' beloved characters. One such artifact from HBO's hit series, 'The Sopranos', has now been listed for sale: the boat fondly known as the "Stugots". The 1999 Cape Fear 47 Sportfish, currently named "NEVER ENOUGH", is listed with United Yacht Sales broker Paul Ouimette in Stamford, Connecticut.

Tony Soprano, played by the late James Gandolfini, famously owned three boats in the series - The Stugots and The Stugots II. The vessel now listed for sale is the first Stugots from Season 1. Fans of the series will recall that a 43' Egg Harbor boat played the role of Stugots in Season 2, while the Stugots II, introduced later in the series, was a 55-foot Ocean Yacht, featured in the memorable "Whitecaps" episode.

"My client purchased this Cape Fear in 2016, primarily for his family's love of fishing," said Paul Ouimette. "Undoubtedly, there is a 'cool factor' attached to owning the boat featured in 'The Sopranos', and it certainly makes for a fascinating conversation piece. It's not just a boat; it's a tangible piece of television history."

This isn't the first time this iconic sportfishing boat has been on the market. It continues to generate interest due to its distinctive history and ties to one of the most critically acclaimed television series of all time.

The asking price for the 47 Cape Fear, the original "Stugots", is $299,900. Prospective buyers or those interested in experiencing a piece of TV history can contact UYS yacht broker Paul Ouimette at (203) 913-2079 or via email at PaulO@UnitedYacht.com. Owning the Stugots offers a unique opportunity to live a part of the world of Tony Soprano, bringing a slice of the much-loved series into the real world.

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