Hosted by the English magazine, Motorboat and Yachting, the Motor Boat Awards ceremony took place on Tuesday, January 21st, 2020, at the Düsseldorf Boat Show.
From among six finalists in its category, it was the Merry Fisher 895 Marlin powerboat that won the Motorboat & Yachting prize.
A true SUV of the seas, this crossover plays with space on board and features multiple innovative offerings, including: a side door at the helm station, a door in the coaming, flush aft swim platforms, a particularly comfortable sliding aft bench seat with a high backrest, etc.
Sport fishing outings, discovering the joys of short cruises, kayaking adventures… this model features as many possible uses as different ways of living on board!
The Cap Camarat 7.5 DC SERIES 2 has been highly commended by the editors.
This outboard is a versatile powerboat with sleek lines and protective a cockpit, ready for all sorts of family water sports and activities, and even coastal cruising.
Boasting elongated lines and a wrap-around windscreen, while offering an entirely redesigned cockpit, the Cap Camarat 7.5 DC is the ultimate Day Cruiser!
The shipyard is delighted with this prestigious award and recognition underscoring significant work by the Jeanneau crew and by the designers: Centowski & Denert Design, Sarrazin Design and Michael Peters.
The Motor Boat Awards are internationally renowned awards, created by the British magazine, Motor Boat & Yachting, which take into account the interests of powerboat buyers.
All the boats are tested by technical experts from the magazine and are judged on design, capacities, and value for money within their categories.
The entire Jeanneau crew are proud of these results and can hardly wait for next year’s Motor Boat Awards!