|Designer||Morelli and Melvin|
|Builder||Robertson & Caine|
|Fuel capacity||77.0 USG Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||132.0 USG Total - 3 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||11.0 USG Total - 2 Tanks|
|Engine||2 x diesel 29hp|
|Engine make and model||3YM30 ()|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||Not Recorded|
|Cruising speed (approx)||6 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||7 knots|
New sail drive starboard engine 2020
House batteries: 3 x ‘Lifeline GPL-4DA’ 210Ah AGM batteries.
12-volt Engine batteries: 2 x ‘Lifeline GPL-27T’ AGM batteries (engine compartments).
Generator start: 1 x ‘Lifeline GPL-27T’ AGM battery (forward deck locker).
Sloop rigged Z-Spars Aluminium spars (2020) with Stainless Steel standing rigging (2020)
|Reefing mainsail||Quantum - Slab () Stack Pack, Fully Battened, Lazy Jacks,|
|Headsail||Quantum - Furling ()|
new Profurl furling system 2020
12 volt battery, 110 volt generator, 110 / 240 shore power voltage, 6 batteries charged by: engine, solar panels, shore power, generator
|Total # of berths||8|
|No. of double berths||3|
|No. of crew berths||1|
|Air conditioning||2 Air conditioning Units rated at 16000 BTU/h|
|Heads||2 heads (Electric)|
2 burner propane Stove
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
2 burner propane Stove
2 halyard winches
3 sheet winches
Electric Quick Aleph 3 windlass
164'1" of chain
164'1" of rode
Highfield Hard bottom dinghy (2018)
9.9hp outboard, Nissan, Short shaft (2012)
|VHF DSC radio|
4 bilge pumps (2 manual / 4 electric)
2012 Leopard 39 Catamaran
Robertson & Caine came up with this Leopard 39, designed for performance and comfort with the generous sail plan. It's a perfect combination for speed and stability on the water!
She is a huge opportunity for someone to find a rare owner's version that provides privacy and space in the owner’s hull, which also has a generous bathroom and shower cubicle.
This boat was touched by Irma in 2017. Fortunately the boat was out of the water when it got hit. it received an impact on the port hull above the waterline, the keel got damaged and the mast broken.
In 2019 It went through complete professional renovation program. Keel and hull got repaired, and it received brand new mast and rigging. It stayed out of the water during Covid and it's now cruising and enjoying the BVI's area and now lying in Puerto Rico for the hurricane season.
Some key points:
1. Near 360-Degree Views from Salon and Cockpit. With the removal of the louvered portlights of the Leopard 38 and the addition of large, vertical windows and hatches forward, captain and crew can see far more than before without having to climb into the helm seat.
2. Standard Hard Top over Cockpit and Raised Helm. An improvement on prior models, every Leopard 39 comes with an integrated hard top to protect from sun and weather. There are also plenty of surfaces to mount full enclosures for privacy or simply protection of inclement weather.
3. Swiftness on the Water. It’s been said that the Leopard 39 can outpace her 40’ older sister. Polar diagrams show the Leopard 39 making 7.7 knots in 10 knots of wind on the beam. In 14 knots of wind, she increases to 9.7 knots with winds at the same angle. Heading downwind, she performs best at 135-150 degrees on a broad reach. In 12 knots of wind the vessel will move at over 8 knots.
4. Spacious, Warm Interiors. With 6’5” of headroom in the salon and galley and 360-degree views, no one can complain of “boat cave syndrome” on the Leopard 39. She feels particularly rich with warm wood appointments. As with all of the Leopard models, there is plenty of storage for clothes, provisions, and water toys.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.