The Jeanneau Cap Camarat, as Sexy as Saint Tropez Itself

The Lighthouse of the Cap Camarat overlooking the South Coast of France

It’s easy to see why Jeanneau’s range of smaller powerboats are named after Cap Camarat (and the lighthouse pictured above) in the south of France. They’re as sporty and sexy as you’d expect to see pulling up to Saint Tropez’s famous Old Port docks on the French Rivera.

The Cap Camarat Walk Around and Day Cruiser model lines combine innovative interior living spaces with luscious spaces to lounge on deck, while the brand-new Cap Camarat CC 7.5 Series 2 (pictured below) takes center console design to a whole new level.

Underway aboard the Cap Camarat 7.5CC

The well-designed center console is the nerve center of the boat with two captains chairs and 360 degree visibility. The deep V hull cuts comfortably through the waves. A teak deck provides a level of sophistication that’s much higher than most center console boats that we are used to seeing and that we grew up with here in the United States. And, the outboard delivers serious power and performance! And of course there are numerous places to sit and lounge on deck so you can truly enjoy your time on the water.

Graceful lines with plenty of punch has defined the Jeanneau Cap Camarat range since it was established in 1982

The Cap Camarat 7.5CC Series 2 featured above along with the 8.5CC featured below are just two of the Cap Camarat models that will be on display at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from November 5-9. Come see these Saint-Tropez sexy boats for yourself and discover firsthand what Cap Camarat range is all about.

Underway aboard the Cap Camarat 8.5CC along the south coast of France
Underway aboard the Cap Camarat 8.5CC along the south coast of France


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