2017 Leopard 40
|Category||Catamaran, Cruisers, Multi-Hulls|
|Location||Cocoa Beach, FL|
ENGINES AND CONTROLS
SAILS AND RIGGING
|The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.|
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Leopard Catamarans is Proud to Present the 2017 Leopard 40 Owners Version "New Fortune" in Boat Show condition, Fully Loaded and Upgraded and Ready to Sail Away anywhere now!! Import Duty Paid, Available to all Buyers, including US!
2017 ROBERTSON AND CAINE LEOPARD 40 "New Fortune"
BROKERS REMARKS: New Fortune is a desirable Owners Version with 3 Cabins and 2 Heads, perfect for a couple or a cruising family. Yanmar engines (620 hrs), Raymarine Electronics Package with Axiom color Radar, Northern Lights 6kw Generator (494 hrs), Fresh Water Electric Flush Heads, 2x 16,000 BTU Air Conditioning, Electric Dinghy Davits, Dinghy with Outboard, Custom Cockpit Cushions, Satellite TV, Mast mounted camera to view on the Axiom, Apple TV hardwired, Solar Panels, Victron Blue Solar charge Controller, underwater lights (blue), the list goes on! Full inventory and spec list upon request. New Fortune is ready now to be sailed anywhere, and very well maintained by experienced owner and professional sailors. Contact Leopard Catamarans Brokerage now, new to the market and exceptional value over a newly equipped Leopard 40 - replacement cost $600K+.
AVAILABILITY: Cocoa Beach, Florida - US Import duty paid, available to all Buyers, including US
BUILDERS REMARKS: The Leopard 40, a product of South African boat builders Robertson & Caine, features a unique, modern design thanks to experienced naval architects Simonis and Voogd as well as Robertson & Caine's design team. She resembles her predecessors in speed, agility, and blue-water performance, but her enhancements include an increased hull volume and an innovative interior layout, which is unlike any Leopard before her. Her galley is located forward and the forward-facing settee and window and an access door to the forward platform of the boat. This allows for a panoramic view with large sliding glass doors between the saloon and the aft cockpit. This arrangement promotes easy communication for guests and an open flow between the saloon and the aft cockpit, creating a fusion of indoor and outdoor living space.