Fine tuning has brought the Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 series two bang up to date

Product Overview

Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.2 WA


  • Phenomenal value for money in basic form
  • Terrific Michael Peters deep-vee hull
  • Two forms: walkaround and centre console
  • Nippy 45 knots with single 300hp
  • Ingenious cockpit seating-sunbed combo


  • Really nothing significant given the price


Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 WA review


Price as reviewed:

£50,800.00 (as reviewed inc UK VAT)
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Our test boat was powered by the biggest engine option, a single 300hp Yamaha petrol outboard. Jeanneau’s own test figures showed a top speed of 42.3 knots, but we achieved over 45 knots flat out with four people onboard, and better fuel consumption figures.

Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 WA

The helm of the Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 WA is clear and easy to use

So even loaded down with the cruising stores that we didn’t have, plus the impediment of some mid-season fouling, 40+ knots should be easily achievable. That means fast cruising in the high thirties if you’re so inclined.

Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 WA

Given how well the hull handled the power, unless you want to save a few quid, there seems little reason to opt for the smaller options.

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The Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 series two is a terrific little boat that provides a roomier and far cheaper alternative to RIBs of similar length. Modest overnight accommodation makes intrepid weekend cruising a real possibility


Length:23ft 7in (7.19m)
Beam:8ft 3in (2.52m)
Fuel capacity:62 imp gal (280 litres)
Water capacity:18 imp gal (80 litres)
Draught:1ft 7in (0.49m) ex engine
RCD Category:C (for 9 people)
Displacement:1.44 tonnes (ex engine)
Test engine:Single 300hp Yamaha outboard
Cruising speed:25-35 knots
Top speed:45 knots
Range:approx 165nm at 30 knots
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