The Cap Camarat 7.5 DC Series 2 is one of the latest in outboard boats from Jeanneau. It was presented as a world premiere at the recent Düsseldorf and Paris boat shows. Completely redesigned, it displays both a sporty design and a family layout. These new assets, combined with the strengths of the previous generation, can achieve high performance and spend one or more nights on board.
Driving is a pleasure
This boat is available with outboard motors at 225, 250 or 300 horsepower. Top speeds begin at about 40 knots with the 225-horsepower motor.
It is very easy to maneuver. Its cockpit is firstly designed to navigate comfortably. The helm is equipped with electric
This cockpit is designed for comfortable driving while seated, with good protection provided by the windshield. It is
So, as with all the Day Cruiser models in the Cap Camarat line, it is
For a control in all serenity, the Cap Camarat 7.5 DC Series 2 profits, in its external arrangement, many other spaces of arrangement. A large storage locker, located under the cockpit, provides access to the tank compartment, a storage area and all batteries and technical equipment. The second chest, placed under the sundeck, allows, thanks to its removable front to integrate an igloo cooler. A space dedicated to fenders has also been specially designed.
Clever layout for pleasant family outings
The big difference with previous models is the cockpit, though still well protected by the windshield. It is more open to the outside, to the aft and to swimming. The saloon was positioned to port to make movement around the cockpit as fluid as possible.
The cockpit saloon can be equipped with a teak table, making it a really welcoming living space. It is also possible to
The aft bench is a great place to sit, both underway and when it’s time to go swimming. That’s why Jeanneau has built a backrest that can face both forward, and aft. When facing aft it transforms the aft platform, with an additional cushion, into a large sunbed. Under this sunbed there is a large storage locker, equipped with a drain, so perfect for storing moorings.
Water sports enthusiasts can, optionally, add a ski arch or a wakeboard tower.
Three steps facilitate access to the foredeck. There is a central passage in teak and an open bow. This facilitates
The cabin is very bright and enjoys a beautiful view of the sea. It is