Jeanneau Cap Camarat 9.0 is Jeanneau’s new walkaround


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After the
Cap Camarat 12.5 WA
and the new
Cap Camarat 10.5 CC
, Jeanneau has also chosen to freshen up the Cap Camarat 9.0 WA, which will debut in Series 2 at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2023.

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Jeanneau Cap Camarat 9.0 WA

New to Jeanneau’s Cap Camarat line is a boat with a sportier, sleeker line than the previous model. In addition to aesthetics, the deck and interior also underwent major implementations in order to increase livability. This hull represents the third generation of 8-meter power boats with two outboards, two double berths and a bathroom.

Cap Camarat 9.0 WA – Exterior

Starting with the exteriors, where volumes have been exploited to the fullest, we find a t-top protected area where the back of the driver’s seats can be transformed into a sunbed. The aft cockpit of the Cap Camarat’s 9-meter Series 2 also houses the outdoor kitchen with grill, stove and refrigerator, as well as the small deck that can be created by knocking down the port broadside. In the bow, the sunbathing area occupies almost all the available space, providing comfort for passengers.

Jeanneau Cap Camarat 9.0 WA – Interior and Cabins

The interiors offer the possibility of undertaking even small cruises of a few days at sea, with lighted and livable spaces. There are a total of two double cabins on board for a total of four berths and a bathroom with a separate shower. In the common area we also find a kitchen with a sink.

Performance is provided by the V-shaped hull designed by Michael Peters and the pair of 250-hp outboards. The new Cap Camarat is perfect as a daysailer and weekender, for those who want to enjoy day trips or a few days out, even with family or a few friends.

Jeanneau Cap Camarat 9.0 WA – Data Sheet

Length f.t. LOA 8.73 m
Beam width 2.98 m
Draught Draught 0.66 m
Displacement. Displacement 2,524 kg (no motors/engines)
Serb. Water Water tank //
Serb. fuel Fuel tank 2×200 l
Engine Engine Outboard Outboard
Power Power 2×250 hp
Cabins Cabins 1+1
Berths 4
Bathroom toilet 1
Project Projects Jeanneau Design
Naval architecture Naval architecture Michael Peters Yacht Design / Sarrazin Design
CE Cat: B – 6 / C – 10




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