The Cap Camarat 7.5 Walk About is a very special small motorboat but don't just take our word for it...In a recent test report the reviewers gave the following verdict: "The Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 WA series two is a terrific little boat that provides a roomier and far cheaper alternative to RIBs of similar length. Modest overnight accommodation makes intrepid weekend cruising a real possibility"

At 24 feet the NEW Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 WA SERIES 2 is a sleek, powerful dayboat with overnighting ability. Her Jeanneau V hull makes her capable of longer coastal passages in safety and comfort and with 40 knot capability with a 300 HP outboard it doesn't take too long to get there!

The 2015 CC 7.5 WA SERIES 2 has a new deep V hull designed by Michael Peters, and an overall redesign by "Sarrazin Design". She follows all the Jeanneau criteria for the Walk Around model: Design , performance, safety and comfort onboard and clever use of space.

From the spacious sunbed on the foredeck, past the sheltered helm position to the deep comfortable cockpit, and then to the cabin with galley, double berth, enclosed WC and views through the hull ports, she fulfills them all.

Her hull is optimized for a single engine up to 300HP. You will be delighted by the way this Cap Camarat handles the sea in a commanding manner, and when you arrive at your destination it is a pleasure to remain onboard and enjoy her comfortable accommodation.

And above all, this is a very attractive boat which might explain why she is the best-selling WA model in Europe.

Follow this link MBY CC7.5 WA test report to see what Reviewers at Motorboat and Yachting thought of the New CC 7.5 WA.

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Dear Chris. Great to meet up with you and Rob again yesterday. It seems like only a week ago that we first met at the London Boat show in January. The nicest thing for me there was never any pressure to sign on the dotted line there and then to get the good deal even though I had already fallen in love with the Merry Fisher 895. When finally I made my mind up about 3 weeks later the deal was the same. Being able to come down to Swanwick with my wife to see the equivalent boat really helped her come to terms with the fact that her husband was not totally mad, she was then in the same ether as I was. The 2 other visits to see my boat being put together kept the excitement going till finally yesterday coming down for the handover. What a day seeing the finished boat, the final little bit of paperwork, then onboard with Rob. Even with a bad back he went through every item on the boat from stem to stern. A couple of hour later and several coffees we set off for Port Solent, I was given the helm and put through several manoeuvres to make sure I got the feel of my new boat, then out into the Solent and to home port, what a day. Many thanks for the photographs they are great, will no doubt give you a call next week with one or two questions, meantime all at Sea Ventures have a good weekend, I will. Kind regards. David
- David P (Merry Fisher 895 - New Boat)

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