The Leopard 40, a South African shipbuilder Robertson & Caine product, features a distinctive, modern design thanks to experienced naval architects Simonis and Voogd and Robertson & Caine’s design team. It resembles its predecessors in speed, agility, and blue-water performance, but its enhancements include increased hull volume and revolutionary interior layout.
Like the other catamarans in the Leopard line, the Leopard 40 features a light blonde interior with a light, sleek and airy feel. However, the interior layout of her salon is unlike any Leopard before her. Her galley is at the front, and the forward-facing settee and table are now at the back. This allows a panoramic view with large sliding glass doors between the lounge and the rear cockpit. This arrangement facilitates convenient contact for visitors and an open flow between the lounge and the rear cockpit, providing a combination of indoor and outdoor living space.
The galley room contains a wide forward-facing window and an access door to the forward platform of the vessel. The access door improves the open concept feel and ease of navigation in and around the yacht. It also facilitates ventilation in the interior.
|L.O.A. :||39 ft. 4 in.|
|L.W.L. :||38 ft. 1 in.|
|Beam :||22 ft. 1 in.|
|Draft :||4 ft. 1 in.|
|Engine :||2x 29 hp|
|Fuel :||95 gal.|
|Berths :||6+1 or 8+2|
|Cabins :||3 or 4|
|Water :||206 gal.|
|Sail :||1032 Sq. Ft.|
|Load Carrying Capacity :||9612 lbs.|
|Displacement :||23215 lbs.|
|Holding Tank Capacity :||29 gal.|
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