The Jeanneau Cap Camarat SERIES 2 is the 7th generation of the Cap Camarat Line. As such she is a refinement of all the experience over the years gained from building very many of this style of Centre Console boat. This Series 2 model is really rather special.

Jeanneau have not departed from a winning formula, rather they have adapted and built a brand new hull and interior very much along the line of previous models. This is an evolution rather than innovation, her sculpted console reinforces the overall style, along the same lines as the superb Cap Camarat 8.5 CC, with a more pronounced and harmonious hull design that keeps the Cap Camarat 6.5 CC SERIES 2 as the leader in the market.

The strong seaworthy hull is a given, easily driven to speeds over 35 knots with a 150HP engine, she is ideal for water sports and fast coastal cruising. On arrival at a hidden bay she makes a great picnic boat, swim platform and sunbed, all on a stable and safe platform

On board, comfort is assured with a perfectly balanced distribution of space, easy access to the forward cockpit and an ergonomic driving position. She has all the attributes of a Cap Camarat CC design with large storage in lockers and under the console (including an optional chemical WC) , fantastic usable space forward, and a large cockpit aft. Just take a look at the pictures, plans and features and benefits pdf to see what we mean

Fast, stable, and versatile, the Cap Camarat 6.5 CC SERIES 2 has every advantage and will remain the one that others have to beat. This 21 foot Cap Camarat delivers a lot of fun!

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Warren, Tom, Hope you're both well? I don't know if you follow these things or perhaps you might have taken part in yesterdays race but I thought you might be interested in the results for the 379's which seems to show some pedigree in the face of a blow. Conditions were very testing with over 300 retirements but there were two 379's in ISC Class 5B, ourselves and a boat called Carumba, she made it round in 7.40, we took slightly longer at 7.47 taking second and third in class and 14th and 22nd in ISC overall out of 700 odd which I think is amazing and beating several larger jeanneau's as well. I've always felt she is quick boat but this is the first time I've raced her and so she proved. Warren, we left the technifurl on deck given the 20+knots winds but I have used it a number of times now in the light stuff and it works very well thank you. Best regards, Norman
- Norman A (Sun Odyssey 379 Round The Island race 2016 - New Boat)

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