The new Jeanneau Cap Camarat 10.5 WA completes the day-boat range of the French builder. Now it’s more of a weekender.
The new Jeanneau Cap Camarat 10.5 WA will allow long distance cruising and short day trips, optimizing livability in every situation.
Performing yet comfortable
With the twostepped hull, Jeanneau Cap Camarat 10.5 WA takes advantage of all the experience of the American architect Michael Peters in designing hulls with redan. This is matched to a modern look and a sleek silhouette, by Patrice Sarrazin.
It’s the perfect boat for day cruises with friends (10 passengers is the limit), but also for a weekend of navigation with accommodation for four guests.
Outside, two living areas are separated by the helm station. The back cockpit features a galley cabinet abaft the pilot’s seat and a large L couch (3.5 meters long). The two swim platforms, on both sides of the engines, are connected for easy movements when getting in and out of the water. The center console boasts three seats, so the pilot will have two friends to share the navigation time with. The second, large area is the foredeck, with an integrated solarium accessible by a wide and protected passageway to port (the one to starboard is narrower but with the same, safe handrail).
Belowdecks the front dinette turns into a double bed, with a curtain for better privacy. The second space is a proper cabin beneath the cockpit, with another two berths, for a total of four. To complete the layout, a comprehensive galley and a spacious heads with shower box (rare on this size of boats). Windows on the sides grant much light to get in.
Here the first specs of the new Jeanneau Cap Camarat 10.5 WA:
Length overall 10,57 mt (34ft 8in)
Beam 3,21 mt (10ft 6in)
Max engines 2×300 HP