As the Cap Camarat series celebrates 40 years since launching in 1982, the French builder has added the 10.5 Center Console version to the range.
The foredeck includes wraparound seating
Jeanneau has unveiled the Cap Camarat 10.5 CC, a Center Console version that complements the 10.5 WA Serie2 edition from the Walk Around collection.
The 10.5 is the largest model in the Center Console series, which also includes the 5.5, 6.5, 7.5 and 9.0, while the Walk Around range extends from the 5.5 to the 12.5.
The port door can be fitted with a swim ladder
Although only CGIs are available, the Cap Camarat 10.5 CC was among Jeanneau’s three world premieres at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival along with the Merry Fisher 1295 Fly and DB/43.
Designed by Patrice Sarrazin of Sarrazin Design, the yacht has an overall length of 10.9m (35ft 9in) and a 9.3m (30ft 7in) V-shaped hull by Michael Peters Yacht Design, with the option of two 300hp or 425hp outboard engines plus joystick control.
Downstairs is a simple galley and dinette
The aft cockpit has an L-shaped sofa and a table with drinks holders, while to port is a bulwark door that can be fitted with a swimming ladder.
Forward is a wet bar with grill, sink, fridge and storage, as well as a transparent live well for fishing. The central helm station has three seats and is covered by a T-top fitted with fishing rod holders aft.
Aft is a double cabin
In front of the helm, there are two forward-facing seats facing a table and an aft-facing C-shaped bench seat.
Down the stairs is a simple galley, a double cabin aft, a bathroom with separate shower, and a forward lounge area with table that can be converted into a double berth.