New boats, four cabin cruisers up to 6 meters under 50 thousand euros


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New boats: what’s on the market? In the first episode we looked at what’s interesting in the market under 30 thousand euros. Certainly our boat, whether large or small, will remain one of the safest and most comfortable places to hold on to social distancing. But what models are out there? We have selected four new cabin motor boats under 50 thousand euros .

All prices shown are exclusive of VAT for both boats and motors. Even adding the VAT, the price is still around 50,000 €.

New boats, four 6-meter cabin cruisers under 50 thousand euros

Jeanneau Cap Camarat 6.5 WA

Cap Camarat 6.5 DC is one of the ideal models for the family. Compact and spacious, it features a forward cabin (and toilet) and a large, modular center cockpit, as well as a nice sundeck. If the bow area is the highlight of this cabin cruiser, the cockpit area is perfect for the family. It is easily accessible, but also clearly separated from the engine area (with two side spiaggette). This is an important safety point, especially when you have children on board. The 200-horsepower outboard enables interesting performance.

  • LOA: 6.4 m
  • B.max: 2.48 m
  • Engine: up to 200 hp outboard
  • Hull: 22,300
  • Outboard 200 horsepower: about €15,000



Parker 630 Day Cruiser

The compact daycruiser (even in price) according to Parker Poland, a Polish shipyard specializing in day cruisers, bow riders and small motor boats in general. This model, the Parker 630 DC is the classic model for those who want a small powerboat suitable for day trips with the possibility of staying overnight on board. At the stern, the outboard is separated from the cockpit by the fold-down back of the aft seat.

  • LOA: 6.80 m
  • B.max: 2.25 m
  • Engine: 115 -200 hp outboard
  • Hull: €26 ,533
  • 115-horsepower outboard: about €10,000

Beneteau Flyer 7 Sundeck

Beneteau’s sporty midsize Sundeck version. There is a twin of this boat, the Spacedeck model, without the sundeck (and therefore without a cabin). We chose this one because it represents the right mix between a small speedboat and a daycruiser. The hull is Beneteau’s Airstep 2, designed for good seaworthiness even when the boat is pushed “full throttle.” The cockpit is more “limited,” especially in the version with the double seat at the wheelhouse. The fold-down backrest of the cockpit sofa, however, allows you to gain space when stationary. One must consider, however, the large bow sundeck, which is reached by two wide walkways on either side of the console. In the stern, again, the engine area is well separated from the cockpit.

  • LOA: 6.41 m
  • B.max: 2.45 m
  • Engine: up to 200 hp
  • Hull: 22,200
  • Outboard 200 horsepower: about 15 thousand €.


Hair CAP 21.5 WA

The Cap 21.5 WA was born on the hull of the Cap 21 WA, but with a completely revamped deck and outfitting. Double seating in the cockpit, with possibility to put a small table. In the middle of the boat is the console, protected by the windshield, and the opening that leads below deck where we find a small, well-proportioned cabin. At the bow a large full-beam sundeck. The boat, distributed in Italy by Yamaha, mounts in package outboards from the Japanese manufacturer. New boats like this one are ideal models for first-time boaters.




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