This Cap Camarat 9.0 Centre Console is a stunning new model with an innovative new Michael Peters’ high performance hull that is clean, stable and efficient and a Fibreglass T-top that provides protection from the sun and rain for the triple bolster seating underneath. Combined with powerful twin Yamaha 250HP DETX outboards the hull/engine combination provides an exhilarating ride for the helm and everyone aboard.
The 9.0CC is possibly the ultimate multi-role day boat. Motorboat and Yachting have called it a true driver’s boat, while at the same time it can accommodate up to eleven people with ample seating both fore and aft. Offering outstanding performance, the 9.0cc has been designed around Jeanneau's family-friendly DNA; there are ample hand holds; sociably arranged seating aft around a teak table (that can convert into a sun bed when needed), as well as a marine head and shower below deck for comfort and convenience.
Arriving in Chichester Spring 2021
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Premier pack 2021:
Front cockpit cushions (4 seats and 4 backrests)
Exterior LED lights (front cockpit floor, aft cockpit floor)
Interior LED lights
Marine toilet and holding tank
Opening pothole in the heads compartment.
Hot water 220v
220v shore power plug and battery charger plug in the cabin.
Folding side deck on port side
Teak swimming platform
Teak cockpit table and aft sun deck
Backrest for pilot and co pilot
Leaning post & cover
Front cockpit cushions (4 x seats + 4 back rests)
Arm rests on front sofa.
Hot water heater 220v
Shore plug and battery charger
Marine toilet and holding tank
Opening port hole in heads
2 x Yamaha F250 DETX with YCOP engine immobiliser
Automatic zip wake trim tabs
The Cap Camarat 9.0 CC’s considerable amount of on-deck seating provides fixed aft seats with backrests that are flanked by an additional pull-down bench seat on the starboard side; creating a flexible L-shaped are around the telescopic teak table that can convert into a sheltered sun pad. A very large lazarette storage locker is housed below the aft deck (a further benefit of an outboard powered boat creating more internal storage). There is another hinged storage locker situated below the aft bench seat.
Further forward, behind the helm station, is a galley bench complete with sink, gas burner and fridge to help cater for lunchtime stops or evening picnics.
The helm station itself has triple bolster seating. The helm’s position is in the middle at the centre of the boat, the main access to the cabin is in front of this. Being underneath the T-top and behind a generous windshield the helm and co-pilots are well protected from whatever the weather can throw at them, come rain or shine.
Further forward and directly in front of the of the helm station there is centre-line double sofa. This is hinged to provide top access to the cabin below making for easy transfer of cushions or other essentials. There is more seating in the forward area complete with backrests that can be transformed into an extra-large sun pad.
On the starboard side below deck there is a separate marine head with sink, shower and opening porthole. In the main cabin there is a comfortable sleeping area forward with mattress, opening hatch for ventilation. Towards the stern there is a sleeping space suitable for children.