Jeanneau stated that the dates scheduled for the release of the new models for 2021 will be respected. The new models will be part of the Cap Catamaran and Merry Fisher Series.
Reference in the world of day boats, Cap Camarat has announced the arrival of two new important models. The Cap Camarat 12.5 WA, presented only in some European winter boat shows, now starts its international launch. Designed for the exclusive market of luxury large outboard day cruisers, this model is characterized by very high performance, important innovations and an innovative approach to the use of space on board.
Entrusted to designers Michael Peters Design and Sarrazin Design – the Cap Camarat 12.5 WA stands out for its perfectly balanced and sporty hull lines.
The Cap Camarat 12.5 WA offers two functional outdoor living spaces. An aft cockpit with an L-shaped saloon is accessible from the aft bathing platform and a starboard side door. An electrically controlled drop-down terrace on the port side extends the cockpit towards the sea, creating a new, very safe bathing platform located away from the engines.
The Cap Camarat 10.5 WA Series 2 replaces the first generation of a model that introduced the concept of the large day cruiser sports and family outboard to the European market.
This latest model benefits from a sporty design and a new hull designed by Michael Peters.
Merry Fisher strengthens its offer by presenting two new-generation models. The Merry Fisher 605 Series 2, an entry-level model, will offer new customers the chance to start their cruising adventures.
The Merry Fisher 795 Series 2 follows the “success story” of the Merry Fisher 795. Already a solid performer when equipped with a mid-range engine, the Merry Fisher 795 Series 2 enters a new category with its maximum power of 250 hp.
Entirely redesigned, while faithfully respecting the heritage of the line, these two new models offer greater comfort onboard, driving fun and versatility.
NC continues to grow internationally
The NC concept focuses on ease of movement of the boat, large openings to the outside, a highly modular cockpit, and a carefully designed design. The NC 37 is still seen as a new model in many international boat shows.
Leader turns 35
The next year will also be the 35th anniversary of the Leader line. In 1985, Leader 8 created a strategic segment for Jeanneau: the Express. Its hull and interior layout marked a revolution in the market.
Thirty years and almost 6,000 boats later, the Leader line remains a powerful standard-bearer for Jeanneau.
(Jeanneau, here are the news for 2021 – Barchemagazine.com – August 2020)