|Liegeplatz||Marigot, St. Martin|
|Länge über alles||11.43 m|
|Länge an der Wasserlinie||11 m|
|Motoren - Standort||Backbord|
|Motoren - Standort||Steuerbord|
Owner's Version Leopard 39 Located in Saint Martin ready for your Adventure!
The Leopard 39 is a popular and practical catamaran that is a perfect platform for exploring the Caribbean and beyond. Well-built by the Robertson and Cane shipyard in South Africa, these smaller Leopards are light, agile and quick, and a lot of fun to sail.
The 3-cabin owners version is particularly popular with a large and comfortable owners suite in the Starboard hull with extra living space and large forward head. On the port side, two roomy cabins share a single head. Upstairs is a surprisingly large salon with a spacious and well-laid-out galley. Overall Leopard 39s are much larger and spacious than their diminutive overall length would suggest!
This vessel was damaged in Hurricane Irma. She was fortunately out of the water at the time so remained dry, but had received hull damage in two spots above the waterline. She also lost her rig in the storm. In 2021 a course of repairs were undertaken. The hull damage has been repaired to a high standard and is fully structurally sound. The rig was replaced with good used spars and new wires. Engines were removed and completely overhauled for good measure. The vessel has been priced with this history of storm damage taken into consideration.
The owner is motivated to sell and is entertaining sensible offers.
Manufacturer Provided Description
The performance driven Leopard 39 is at the heart of the Leopard line. With her generous sail plan and stepped hull design, this yacht provides excellent performance.
BUILDING ON PREVIOUS DESIGN FEATURES
On deck, the space is well thought out and useable; from the large transoms to the open and spacious aft, side and forward decks, getting around this yacht is easy and safe. The integral hardtop bimini over the cockpit provides superior protection from the elements and also offers a stable working platform, providing space to easily walk around the boom and plenty of room for solar panels.
Large vertical windows in the saloon offer panoramic views and excellent ventilation with forward facing opening hatches. The wraparound galley is accentuated by stainless steel appliances and a Corian counter. Down below to starboard, the owner’s cabin features a double berth aft and en-suite head forward with walk-in shower. To port, you will find two guest cabins and an additional head with shower.
With her generous sail plan and hull design she provides high performance yet is highly practical and easy-to-use. Environmental considerations were also central to the design, with solar panels installed as standard on the helm hardtop to charge the onboard batteries
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.