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Jeanneau Cap Camarat 9.0 WA: The Ultimate Weekender

Jeanneau has long been an authority in the world of boating, carving out a niche with designs that blend style, performance, and practicality in equal measure. Among their myriad of offerings, the Cap Camarat 9.0 WA (Walk Around) truly stands out.

General Overview

The Cap Camarat 9.0 WA is an inviting and versatile craft, both thrilling and tranquil, perfect for day trips, fishing outings or overnighting. It embodies the essence of a walk-around design - a fantastic blend of onboard comfort and offshore performance, all encapsulated within a compact, maneuverable package.

Design and Layout

Designed by Michael Peters and Sarrazin Design, the 9.0 WA is a striking boat with clean lines and an overall contemporary aesthetic. Its deep V-shaped hull provides a smooth ride in various conditions, while its streamlined profile adds a touch of sportiness. The length overall is 8.6 m (27'11") and the hull length is 7.96 m (26'1"), making it a spacious choice within its category.

On the deck, the 9.0 WA boasts a user-friendly layout. The walk-around design enables easy movement around the boat, a distinct advantage for fishing or docking. The aft cockpit can be converted into a sun pad or a dining area, thanks to a removable table and a slide-away bench seat.

The foredeck, characterized by a sundeck with bolster cushions, allows for relaxation under the sun. High guard rails add an extra layer of safety, and the anchor locker is easily accessible.


The interior of the 9.0 WA is surprisingly spacious for a boat this size. There's a large double berth in the bow, with additional seating and a table that can be converted into another berth, allowing for overnight trips for a family of four.

The galley is modest but functional, equipped with a sink, fridge, and a single-burner stove, making meal preparation feasible. The separate head compartment features a marine toilet and a sink, adding a further level of comfort.

Natural light is abundant, thanks to large hull windows and a deck hatch, while LED lights provide illumination after dark. Storage is ample, with space tucked under the seats and the berth.

Performance and Engine Specs

Under the hood, the Cap Camarat 9.0 WA is powered by a maximum of 500 HP, usually divided between twin outboard engines, providing impressive performance and efficiency. With this setup, the boat can reach top speeds around 50 knots (depending on load), and cruising speed is comfortable between 20-30 knots.

The hull, engineered for speed and stability, performs exceptionally in different sea conditions. The 9.0 WA is nimble and easy to handle, allowing both novice and experienced boaters to enjoy the ride.

Price Range

As of 2023, the base price for a Jeanneau Cap Camarat 9.0 WA ranges between $100,000 and $120,000. The final cost can significantly vary depending on the chosen options, engine configuration, and other add-ons such as a high-end navigation package or a premium sound system.


The Cap Camarat 9.0 WA competes with several other high-quality boats in its class. Some notable competitors include:

  1. Quicksilver Activ 905 Weekend: This boat offers similar amenities but emphasizes more on interior volume. The Quicksilver, however, cannot match the Jeanneau's superior handling and performance.

  2. Beneteau Antares 9: The Antares 9 is another strong competitor with similar features. Still, it leans more towards a cruiser than a day boat, lacking the Cap Camarat's sporty character.

  3. Axopar 28 Cabin: Known for its distinct design and performance, the Axopar 28 Cabin is slightly smaller but offers excellent speed and handling.


The Jeanneau Cap Camarat 9.0 WA is a versatile boat that offers a superb balance between performance, comfort, and style. Its practical layout, cozy interior, and strong performance make it an excellent choice for anyone looking for a capable weekender or a high-performance day boat. Jeanneau has once again delivered a boat that challenges the competition and raises the bar in its class. 

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