With a new deep-V hull from Michael Peters, the mark II Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 CC and Cap Camarat 7.5 WA can mount an outboard engine up to300 HP.
The hull comes from the experience gained by Michael Peters in designing many fast and winning offshore boats. Add to this the completely renewed deck layout by Sarrazin Design, to give a modern and sporty touch, and you have a very competitive product in the core range of Jeanneau boats.
Thanks to their length (7.4 meters overall and 6.9 LH) and beam (2.54 meters) the new Cap Camarat models can be towed on a trailer in most of the European Countries and more.
More, the cockpit is extremely flexible, offering three different layouts: a user friendly dinette with U seating and tilting side bench; a totally free space for gaming; or a large solarium thanks to the (optional) sliding bench. Part of the backseat moves as well, and makes accessing the water an easy task.
The Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 CC (Center Consolle) features a massive helm station, like on American sportfishing boats: ample dashboard, horizontal wheel and vertical windshield concur to this feeling.
The space underneath is accessible through a sliding door and hosts a potty as well. The foredeck is a dining area, quickly transformable into a sun pad.
The Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 WA (Walk Around) takes advantage of the raised foredeck, externally topped by the sun tan area.
The large volume inside is used for a cosy double berth, a galley cabinet with sink and a close space for the heads. With such features, the boat can be the perfect weekender.