Our Boats of the Week are those that we want to bring to your attention. They may be a new model, a stock boat just in, an interesting part exchange or new listing or, simply a boat we are offering at a very good deal.... and sometimes all of the above together! Whatever the reason take a look and get in touch if its of interest.

Our Boats of the Week promotion will only apply while the boat is advertised as such on our website and remains unsold.

The Summer is here and its time to enjoy being afloat again after the Lockdown restrictions and, what better way is there to do this than in a brand new Cap Camarat 7.5 WA? This stylish day cruiser is a head turner in her blue livery and delivers sparkling, seakindly performance from a 300HP Suzuki outboard. She has accommodation and a heads compartment, she is trailerable and makes a perfect day/weekender boat. A true alternative to a RIB

Her full Retail price is £76362 inc VAT and commissioning on the water. Her current advertised price is £67950 BUT our Boats of the Week offer this week is a massive saving of over £16000 on RRP, at a very special and one off BOAT of the WEEK price of £59950.

This offer is not advertised anywhere else on the internet other than our website. It is only available on this particular boat while the offer is published live on the website. So don’t miss out!

Terms and Conditions

Our Boats of the Week promotion will only apply while the boat is advertised as such on our website and remains unsold. If any of the boats are of interest then ACT NOW and contact us to register your interest. A £1000 holding deposit will secure the offer price and first refusal, with physical inspection, acceptance and completion to take place within a reasonable time period. More videos or a Facetime walkthrough the boat are available if requested.



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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Boats of the Week

JEANNEAU Cap Camarat 7.5 WA
Was £76,362
Now £59,950

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NC 33
Was £257,900
Now £214,950

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