Jeanneau Cap Camarat 5.1 CC easy to get on the water
At over 5 metres in length, the Cap Camarat 5.1 CC is a light, easy launch and easy to tow. If you’re looking to escape the 9 ’till 5 routine and take to the water, then this sports boat may be just what your looking for.
Seaworthy and secure, with a 50HP to 80HP engine, this Jeanneau Cap Camarat 5.1 cc has plenty of personality and offers speeds adapted to water skiing, fishing, touring and cruising at speed.
The Cap Camarat 5.1 cc has a spacious cockpit with leaning-post bench, a habitable console and a comfortable and convivial living space with wide bench seating.
If you’re looking for Jeanneau spare parts contact our Chandlers Shop in Conwy Marina. We have a dedic
ated Chandlers waiting to take you call, or why not order on-line at our on-line shop Jeanneau parts at Yacht Chandlers Conwy.
Save The Planet
The Jeanneau Cap Camarat 5.1 cc is built using the Prisma injection moulding process. This process is over 90% greener than the conventional manufacturing process, which relies on fibre glass resins being hand laid or sprayed onto mouldings. After the glass reinforced plastic is formed, the resins are then allowed to cure by means of a chemical reaction. However, in this curing process, massive amounts of harmful gas and vapour is simply allowed to escape into the atmosphere.
The closed system of boat construction invented by Jeanneau, who are part of the Beneteau Group, has revolutionised the boat building process to such an extent it will very soon become against the law to build boats in an open construction process. Many small manufacturers will simply stop building boats when this law is adopted by the E.U. group Beneteau are leading the way in closed boat building manufacture. Jeanneau part of the biggest boat manufacturing companies in the world (Group Benneteau) who are committed to reducing the environmental harm caused during the manufacture of boats and yachts.
Ask yourself this question when considering a boat purchase. Why would I buy a boat from a manufacturer that uses old technology?