The Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 DC motor boat at 24 feet long is a substantial cruiser. She is an ideal family motor boat cruiser in this class and, in the usual Jeanneau fashion, is crammed full of sensible innovation and good ideas to make your days afloat both fun and comfortable.

 

With a traditional V-shaped hull rated for engine sizes up to 300 HP the Cap Camarat 7.5 Day Cruiser (DC) is capable of speeds up to 40 knots and economical cruising in the high 20s, so she is no slouch. The expressive design from Jeanneau is sleek and flowing and brings a new contemporary style to this class of motor boat, and strikes a perfect balance of style, comfort and safety in a very good looking package.

This Cap Camarat's foredeck is large and easily reached from the cockpit up wide, safe steps integrated with the sliding door to the cabin. The cockpit itself is deep and comfortable with large comfy seats in a U shape with access to the large bathing platform. The galley, built in sprayhood, and a luxurious helm position completes the picture and makes the Cap Camarat 7.5 DC almost unique in the terms of onboard comfort.

Inside the cabin, this impressive powerboat is all about ingenuity and modularity. The saloon converts to a double bed, with a third berth and separate private WC. Its large hull and deck ports flood the entire interior with natural light.

Remember that the Cap Camarat 7.5 DC is trailerable; this makes her ideal for family weekends in fantastic locations. So there will always be new places to visit and enjoy days on the water, taking your floating luxury home with you!

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Just a quick note to let you know that Seadream of Sark is safely moored up in our marina actually about 3 boats away from a very new looking 409. We left the Hamble on Friday lunchtime and spent the afternoon tacking back and forth against the tide up to Lymington which was good practice and the conditions were very nice. We sailed from the Needles and the boat performed really well we put in a reef half way across, took it out and then ended up putting it back in, so we certainly appreciated how easy she is to reef. She tracked really well through the water, very well balanced, so well that I forgot to put the autopilot on and only noticed 5 minutes later. Sunday was nice light North westerly, the sun shone and we had a nice quiet Sunday morning sail onto Guernsey. It is cold sailing this time of year though! All the best Alan & Helen
- Alan & Helen B (Sun Odyssey 379 - Lift Keel)

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