Cap Camarat 10.5 WA

Cap Camarat 10.5 WA

The Cap Camarat 10.5 WA is capable of easily traveling long distances at fast cruising speeds while offering optimal comfort on board.

This is the ideal boat for fun and enjoyable day trips, able to seat 10 at the table, with two distinct exterior living areas. To the aft, relax in the comfortable cockpit saloon, with an integrated galley and a generously sized sofa. Forward, stretch out on the elegant sundeck with adjustable backrests.

The bright interior living space is well adapted for taking beautiful family getaways and for a comfortable night’s rest for 4, with a saloon that transforms into a private cabin and a double berth in the aft cabin, as well as a spacious head compartment with separate shower.

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Layouts & Specs

Length overall 10.57 m / 34'8"
Hull length 9.34 m / 30'8"
Hull Beam 3.21 m / 10'6"
Standard Draft 0.86 m / 2'10"
Fuel capacity 2 x 400 l / 2 x 106 US gal
Water capacity 160 l / 42 US gal
Available Engines 2x350 HP / 2x258 KW
CE Category B8 / C10

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Cap Camarat 8.5 WA

Extremely versatile: elegance, liveability, a fluid, dynamic design

  • 2 double berths with separate head compartment with shower
  • Convertible saloon with sea view
  • Exterior cockpit galley
  • Powerful V-shaped hull with single or twin engines
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Cap Camarat 6.5 WA

Choose this leading model

  • Comfortable cabin with 2 berths and storage (Chemical WC)
  • Easy access aboard: swim platform and access gate
  • Comfortable cockpit with storage, and L-shaped bench seating that folds away
  • Recessed side deck and sundeck for greater security
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Cap Camarat 7.5 WA

The reference in 7-metre sundeck models

  • Bright cabin with sea view, double berth, galley and enclosed head
  • Comfortable cabin with storage and fold-away, U-shaped bench seating
  • Recessed forward sundeck with adjustable backrest and aft sundeck
  • Recessed sidedecks for easy and safe movement about the boat
  • Exceptional hull design by Michael Peters
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