Jeanneau announced a major new project of CAP CAMARAT line
With the huge success of Cap Camarat 9.0 WA and Cap Camarat 10.5 WA, Jeanneau is further developing their line with Cap Camarat 12.5 WA. The new project will be presented in its world premier at the Paris Boat Show which will be held in December of 2019.
Jeanneau has announced that their new vessel Cap Camarat 12.5 WA will be presented in its world premiear at Paris Boat Show 2019. They release a press announcement to introduce their new vessel.
According to press announcement the company combined talents of Michael Peters, who designed the magnificent V-shaped hull, and the Sarrazin design office, who imagined a pure design to reinterpret the Cap Camarat signature design, enable this new Cap Camarat 12.5 WA to enter the world of luxury. With a maximum power of 900 HP, (2 x 450 HP or 3 x 300 HP), and a V-shaped, unstepped hull designed by Michael Peters, one of the world’s top specialists, her performance meets every expectation (around 50 knots). Initial sea trials confirm high performance and remarkable cruising comfort.
A maximum length of 11m90 and a maximum width of 3m58 allow for well-defined living spaces and perfect ergonomics in a new approach to the outboard powerboat.
The vessel is planned to have luxurious interiors. The luxury of space and materials selected further enhance and convey the Cap Camarat spirit. The full-beam aft cabin, with a king-size berth and a separate shower compartment contribute to the exceptional comfort on board. Lastly, large windows on the sea open the interior living space to the exterior.
The company also announced the major innovations. In the Cap Camarat spirit, perfectly balanced living spaces integrate some major innovations. The forward saloon with facing seating offers an exceptional additional living space. The cockpit terrace is an extraordinary living space at anchor. The exterior multi-configuration galley becomes the central point on board.
Jeanneau owns the largest production site for cruising boats in Europe, stretching over 40 hectares.
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