Jeanneau Cap Camarat 5.5 WA, a key addition to the walk-around model line
For complete freedom from the constraints of everyday life, opt for the Jeanneau Cap Camarat 5.5 WA . Apart from providing the best performance you will ever have had the pleasure of sharing with family or amongst friends, it also offers exceptional driving comfort and unbelievable ease of movement in the cockpit. A Jeanneau Cap Camarat 5.5 WA has a light and well-ventilated cabin, two berths and plenty of stowage space.
Jeanneau Cap Camarat boats are built using Prisma injection moulding process. This boat building process is over 90% greener than conventional manufacturing used to build boats like the Cap Camarat as this relies on fibre glass resins being hand laid or sprayed onto mouldings. After the application the Glass Reinforced Plastic is formed the resins are allowed to cure by means of a chemical reaction. In this curing process massive amounts of harmful gas and vapour is allowed to escape into the atmosphere.
The closed system of boat construction ( Prisma injection) invented by Jeanneau has revolutionised boat building. It will very soon be illegal 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. Jeanneau are leading the way in closed boat building manufacture. Jeanneau being part of the biggest boat manufacturing companies in the world ( Group Beneteau) 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? Old boat building technology contributing to the damage caused to our planet by pollution, along with other manufacturing that creates harmful gases. Governments and individuals need to take responsibility for environmental damage, as this threatens to damage beyond repair the reason most of us enjoy boating.