Price dropped to $215k! The only Leopard 43 in the Caribbean for sale
The Leopard 4300 is a very spacious catamaran with 4 cabins and 4 heads she has plenty of room for 8 people to enjoy.
Four spacious double cabins all with ensuite heads. Each cabin has good ventilation along with a fan to keep you cool at night. There is plenty of storage space for your clothes and personal items.
The well equipped spacious galley has a stove with burners and oven for you to create meals onboard or just a cup of coffee with the stove top percolator. The comfy saloon has enough room to comfortably seat four to eat inside
At the chart table you can control the electrical systems on the boat with an easy to use breaker board. It also has a stereo/ CD player than can be connected to your iPod via an auxiliary cable.
The roomy cockpit has an elevated helm position which provides a great foredeck viewing with instrument displays. This allows more space for you and your crew to relax under the shade of the hard top bimini. The large table and seating area can comfortably seat eight for meals. There is a walk through access to a swim platform with boarding ladder and external shower.
The fully battened main sits inside a stack pack and lazy jacks make raising and lowering the sail easy without needing to flake the main on to the boom.
The furling genoa allows you to get the sail out or put the sail away from back at the helm station which can be controlled by the furling drum.
Raising and lowering the anchor can be done by using the electric windlass located in the foredeck lockers.
In the forward lockers you will find a generous sized locker for all deck equipment and ample sized water tanks.
For further information contact Peter Twist at email@example.com or 284-494-4868
The Leopard 43 is based on the award-winning Leopard 42 design, of which over 45 units have been introduced since 2001. New features include a hard-top bimini, a longer transom, fixed davits and twinYanmar engines. The 4 cabin layout features spacious double cabins with en suite heads and separate showers, fully equipped galley and expanded saloon with breakfast bar. A clear deck layout, excellent bunk access, walkthrough access from the cockpit to the aft swim platform and a galley-up design are popular features with cruisers.
MAST, RIGGING, SAILS & CANVAS
RIGGED: Sloop rigged (fractional rig)
MAST Make: ‘Sparcraft’ – Cape Town.
Material: Anodized aluminum.
Spreaders: A single set of raked spreaders.
Stepped: Deck stepped
STANDING RIGGING: ‘Dyform’ stainless steel wire rope to swaged studs and open bronze bodied turnbuckles.
RUNNING RIGGING: Braided polyester.
Cockpit – 2 x ‘Lewmar 50’ two speed, self-tailing winches.
Mast – 2 x ‘Lewmar 44’ two speed, self-tailing winches.
GENOA FURLING GEAR: ‘Profurl’ drum and foil on the forestay.
BOOMVANG: A spring loaded aluminum vang.
CHAIN PLATES: Stainless steel plates are through-bolted to the hull.
SAILS: Main – fully battened sail – with the ‘Antal’ luff slide system.
BIMINI: ‘Hard top’ fiberglass cockpit bimini.
SAIL COVERS: ‘Stack-pack’ with lazy jacks
ENGINES: 2 x ‘Yanmar 3JH4E’ – three cylinder four stroke, naturally aspirated diesel engines.
Port engine number: E02058
Starboard engine number: E01766
ENGINE HOURS: Port – 6 100 hours estimated / 3630hrs (recorded in July 2010)
Starboard – 5 800 hours estimated / 3270hrs (recorded in July 2010)
GEARBOXES: ‘Kanzaki KM35A’ Ratio 2.33: 1
HORSEPOWER: 2 x 40 hp.
Maximum 29.4kW @ 3000 RPM / Continuous 26.7kW @ 2907 RPM
DESIGNED BOAT SPEED: 8kts.
ENGINE COOLING: Fresh water cooled through heat exchangers.
ENGINE EXHAUST: Wet exhaust – mixing elbow to stainless steel waterlocks, through looped reinforced exhaust hosing to stainless steel skin fittings.
COMPRESSORS & ALTERNATORS FITTED: Single 80A alternators on each engine.
SHAFT & COUPLINGS: Stainless steel shafts to rigid gearbox couplings.
PROPELLERS: Fixed three bladed bronze propellers.
FUEL FILTERS: ‘Racor 500FG’ primary filters / water separators.
ENGINE STOP: Electric & with emergency fuel shutoff.
PANEL & ALARMS: ‘Yanmar’ panels with tachometer & alarms - oil pressure, water temperature & ammeters.
ENGINE CONTROLS: ‘Morse’ cables.
DC – SYSTEM: House batteries: 3 x ‘Napa’ 4D gel batteries.
12-volt Engine batteries: 1 x ‘Napa’ Group 24 gel battery (port).
1 x ‘West Marine’ 90Ah lead acid battery (starboard).
Battery stowage: House batteries – cockpit locker.
Engine start batteries – one in each engine compartment.
Circuit Protection Devices: Battery isolation switches.
Power distribution System: Labeled 12 & 110-volt circuit breaker panels.
Volt & Ammeters: Yes
Charging system: Single 80A alternator on each engine.
40A / 110-volt battery charger.
REFRIGERATION: ‘Isotherm’ 12-v air-cooled compressor.
AC – SYSTEM:
110-volt Battery charger: 40A ‘Sentry’ charger.
Inverter: 1500W ‘Xantrex’ 12v/110v inverter.
Shore power: 2 x 30A cables.
AIR CONDITIONING: 2 x 16 000 BTU ‘Cruisair’ air conditioning units.
CATHODIC PROTECTION: Propeller nut zinc anodes.
‘Zinc Saver II’ 30A
G.P.S / CHART PLOTTER: ‘Raymarine RC435i’ chartplotter / ‘Navionics’ Mid America & Caribbean chart chip.
AUTOPILOT: ‘Raymarine ST7002’ with a rotary drive.
DEPTH & BOAT SPEED: ‘Raymarine ST60 Tridata’
WIND: ‘Raymarine ST60 Wind’
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS: ‘Raymarine Ray 55’ VHF with a cockpit speaker.
STEERING COMPASS: ‘Plastimo Horizon 135’ pedestal type magnetic compass.
PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES: 6 ‘Plastimo’ 150 Newtons (offshore) adult lifejackets.
4 ‘Plastimo’ 100 Newtons (coastal) adult lifejackets.
THROWABLE DEVICES: 1 horseshoe lifering (USCG Type IV PFD) with a man overboard light.
SOUND SIGNALS: Foghorn.
VISUAL DISTRESS SIGNALS: 4 red hand flares (Expiry date 06/ 2017).
NAVIGATIONAL LIGHTING: Anchor, steaming, stern, bicolor & deck light.
VAPOR DETECTORS: None.
LIFERAFT: 10-person ‘Plastimo Transocean’ liferaft in a fiberglass case. s/n: Z0021
Service past due: 07/2011
LIFELINES: Stainless steel wire to s/s swaged studs and turnbuckles through stainless steel stanchions. FIRST AID KIT: Yes
FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS: 5 x 3lb dry chemical extinguishers.
Service date: None / show charged.
TANKAGE & PIPING
WATER TANKS: 206 US gallons in two (390lt) plastic tanks amidships forward of the mast.
DIESEL: 95 US gallons in a two 180lt aluminum tanks (amidships port & starboard – below the cabin sole).
HOLDING TANKS: 2 x 18-gallon / 70lt aluminum tanks – between the two heads in each hull.
Shore side pump out or gravity drain.
COOKING GAS: 2 x 10lb tanks (aluminum and composite fiberglass).
MARINE SANITATION DEVICES: 4 ‘Jabsco’ piston type, manual marine toilets.
SEACOCKS: Bronze bodied ballvalve type seacocks.
HOT WATER: 1 x 6 gallon ‘Kuuma’ hot water tank (starboard) + 1 x 6 gallon ‘Seaward’ tank (port).
Water is heated via the engine heat exchanger or 110v elements.
PRESSURIZED FRESH WATER SYSTEM:
1 x ‘Shurflo’ – 5,3 GPM / 45 PSI diaphragm pump.
BILGE PUMPS – Electric: 2 x ‘Rule 2000’ 2000 GPH submersible pumps (amidships bilges)
2 x ‘Rule 1100’ 1100 GPH submersible pumps (engine bilges)
Automatic switches: All pumps are fitted with ‘Rule’ automatic float switches.
Manual: 2 x ‘Whale Gusher 10 Mk 3’ (19 GPM) manual pumps (amidships).
High Water alarms: Yes
+ warning lights at the chart table and the helm position.
PIPING & HOSE CLAMPS – Diesel: Copper pipe and approved fuel hose.
Propane: Approved gas hose.
Fresh water: Rigid plastic.
SHOWERS: Four interior showers + one cockpit shower.
SHOWER SUMP PUMPS: 4 ‘Jabsco’ diaphragm pumps.
PRIMARY ANCHOR: 44lb ‘Delta’.
Chain / rode: Approximately 150ft x 10mm chain.
SECONDARY ANCHOR: 15kg / 33lb ‘Bruce’
Chain / rode: Approximately 20ft x 10mm chain & nylon rode.
WINDLASS: ‘Lofrans Tigres’ 12-volt / 1500W electrical windlass with a remote control.
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.
P.O. Box 920
British Virgin Islands