October 18 2016
Launched at Grand Pavois La Rochelle, the Cap Camarat 6.5 BR will be followed in december, at Nautic Paris, by a second model : the Cap Camarat 5.5 BR.
A bow rider is a day boat, with an open bow area with extra seats in front of the helm station, between 17' and 35', using stern drive or outboard engines, and holding between six and ten passengers. Bow Rider layouts are typical from Northern America and Northern Europe.
With this new model line, the French shipyard targets users attracted by a recreational use, such as water sports (tubing, water skiing, and swimming), in heavy seas and inland waters (lakes, rivers).
With her contemporary look, the Cap Camarat 6.5 BR gives an impression of space and safety, thanks to her wide central passageway, offering direct access from the forward cockpit, to the aft cockpit, and facilitating movements onboard. A deck layout which ensures safety at sea, with its wraparound protective windscreens.
As a specificity, the Cap Camarat 6.5 BR has copious storage that further contributes to the comfort and enjoyment of all who spend time aboard.
At last, the wide passageway from the forward to the aft cockpit, should appeal those who love fishing. Two sundecks (forward and aft) can be enjoyed on outings with family or friends.