Catamaran Leopard 46

  • Boat's typology

    Cruising Catamarans Length 14.13 m

  • Comfort

    Air conditioning, Outdoor shower, WiFi ...

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Leopard 46 is a comfortable and elegant catamaran with an unique and modern layout. It has been built in the famous shipyard Robertson and Caine in South Africa.

This beautiful catamaran features wide, airy and well-refined interior spaces. It provides 4 cabins and 4 baths too and it's just a pleasure to sail on it: sailing performance is great.

Technical data

  • 4 Cabins
  • 8 Sleeps
  • 4 Bath
  • 14.13 m Length
Layout of the sailing boat Leopard 46
number of passengers
8
Typology
Leopard 46
Year built
2009
Draft (m)
1.45
Length (m)
14.13
Width (m)
7.57
Sail area (mq)
300.00
Engine power (hp)
108.00
Cruising speed (kn)
0.00
Water capacity (lt)
780.00
Fuel capacity (lt)
600.00
Displacement (kg)
10980.00

Equipment/gear

Services

  • Heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Hot water heater
  • Desalter
  • Wind generator
  • Water generator
  • Solar panels
  • Electricity generator
  • 12V DC sockets
  • 220V sockets
  • Outdoor shower
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Holding tank
  • Barbecue Grill
  • Stereo AM / FM – mp3
  • MP3 player
  • CD player with speakers in the cockpit
  • DVD / TV
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • WiFi
  • Snorkeling kit
  • Fishing rod
  • Canoe
  • Windsurf
  • Kite surf
  • Tender
  • Tender with outboard motor

Safety equipment

  • Liferaft
  • Personal auto inflatable float stowage arrangements for adults and children
  • Personal auto inflatable float stowage arrangements for children
  • Safety equipment in function of the navigation provided
  • Safety harnesses
  • Bosun's Chair
  • VHF Radio
  • Epirb
  • Plb Crew
  • AIS
  • Radar
  • Satellite Phone
  • Shear
  • Safety tank
  • Extinguishers
  • Life preserver thrown
  • First Aid Kit
  • First Aid Manual
  • Life line
  • Radar reflector
  • Emergency steering
  • Emergency light
  • Foghorn

Sail

  • Furling mainsail mast
  • Roll-up mainsail
  • Fully battened mainsail on trolleys with rail
  • Mainsail put in the mast
  • Storm jib
  • Lazy jack
  • Lazy bag
  • Roll-up genoa - jib
  • Fixed staysail
  • Staysail on movable stay
  • Spinnaker
  • Code0
  • Asymmetrical
  • Trysail
  • Retractable keel

Equipment/gear

  • Teak deck
  • Dining table
  • Bowsprit
  • Pole
  • Windlass remote control
  • GPS cockpit cartography plotter
  • Electronic cartography
  • Winch
  • On-board computer with navigation software
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit
  • Tent steering
  • Dodger
  • Steering wheel
  • Twin steering wheel
  • Tiller
  • Lifelines safety net
  • Anchor
  • Respect anchor
  • Mooring ropes
  • Electric windlass
  • Propeller bow
  • Windlass remote control from the cockpit
  • Mainsail electric winch
  • Autopilot
  • Automatic pilot remote control
  • Instrument wind direction and speed
  • GPS Chart Plotter
  • Dining table outside
  • Repeaters cockpit instruments
  • Repeaters tools tree
  • Echo-sounder
  • Fenders
  • Funnel fuel
  • Catwalk
  • Hand bilge pump
  • binoculars
  • Compass fixed and manual
  • Tank for engine oil
  • Fuel container
  • Water container
  • Plastic buckets
  • Pump for tender
  • Set of flags
  • Trumpet
  • Tool box
  • Nautical charts
  • Water pipe
  • Winch handles
  • Yacht Operations Manual
  • Flag

Cuisine

  • Crockery, glasses and cutlery
  • Pans
  • Gas oven and hob
  • Microwave
  • Moka
  • Refrigerator
  • Kitchen linen

Cabins

  • Towels
  • Beach towels
  • Blankets
  • Pillowcases
  • Pillows
  • Sheets
  • Anti-roll towels

Mooring port

Mahè

Mahè

Seychelles

Mahé is the main island of the Seychelles Archipelago. It is about 28 kms long and 8 kms wide. There you can find the airport, the capital Victoria and the seat of Government.

This island is a natural sanctuary thanks to many species of exotic flora which developed over the centuries. The grandeur of granite rocks and the deep green in which they are plunged, contrast with the blue of the sea and the white of the beach that starts where the vegetation ends.

In 1609 the British landed for the first time in Mahe. Then, the island was ignored until 1742 when the French took possession of it thanks to the arrival of Lazare Picault and its shipment in order to colonize the archipelago. The Seychelles in 1814 became a British colony, up to the independence in 1976.

In a few hours you can visit the island by car by visiting all major beaches overlooked by many resorts and luxury hotels.