LOA 12.57m; beam 6.04m; draft 0.99m; 800 litre fuel capacity; 780 litre fresh water capacity; twin skeg keels; single helm position on flybridge; 4 cabin layout; 10 berth; 2 heads with holding tanks; 2 x 110hp Yanmar 4JH4 HTE1 4 cylinder diesel engines; 12v refrigeration; cooker with oven and grill; depth sounder; VHF radio; autopilot; chart plotter; electric anchor windlass; life raft and safety equipment.
BUILDER'S REMARKS: The Leopard 39 Powercat is an innovative, efficient and spacious yacht that incorporates the best features of a much larger yacht to bring you an exciting midsize catamaran.
With a vision of creating an economical and intelligently-designed power catamaran with global cruising capabilities, the team of award-winning designers at Robertson & Caine not only drew upon the success of previous models, but also learned from the feedback of global owners and cruisers.
Features on the Leopard 39 Powercat include a spacious raised flybridge with helm station and hardtop, four cabin layout, full galley and saloon, plus an open cockpit.
Powered by two inboard diesels and coupled with an efficient hull design, the Leopard 39PC offers exceptional fuel efficiency and range. The innovative stepped hull design increases volume while minimising the wetted hull surface, giving exceptional load-carrying capacity and ensuring optimal performance.
BROKER'S REMARKS: This is the first time we have had one of our sought-after power catamarans available for sale in Turkey on the second hand market. Don't miss this opportunity to purchase this recent model in excellent condition. 'Valbuzard' is due to phase out of the Moorings charter fleet in Fethiye this year and will be available for purchase in November. The boat will be available for viewing between charters by prior appointment only, and can be reserved by placing a 10% deposit during the summer. Please contact us directly to learn more about the purchase process or to make an appointment for viewing.
Please quote the name VALBUZARD when contacting us about this boat.
Length Overall: 12.57m/41ft 3in
LWL: 12.00m/39ft 4in
Beam: 6.04/19ft 9in
Draft: 0.99m/3ft 3in
Fuel tank capacity: 800 litres
Total fresh water capacity: 780 litres
Holding tanks: 2
This Leopard 39 power catamaran sleeps 10 people, with 4 cabins and single berths in each bow that can also be used for storage. Each hull contains 2 roomy double cabins with hanging and shelving cupboard space, a single berth/storage area in the bow and a spacious shared heads & shower compartment amidships. Upholstery is in navy & cream striped microfibre in the cabins and cream vinyl in the saloon area, and is in good condition throughout.
Interior construction is of moulded laminate with beech joinery & synthetic flooring. Fans are fitted in the cabins & saloon.
The galley and saloon seating area are housed at deck level in a spacious nacelle area. The U-shaped galley is on the port side, and is equipped with a Force 10 gas cooker with oven & grill, plenty of storage, Corian worktops and a stainless steel sink. Two large drawer-opening fridges are located opposite the galley beneath the fuse panel.
Both heads are equipped with Jabsco toilets, holding tank, hand basin, shower & mirror, and are large enough to feature a separate shower stall inside.
There is hot & cold pressurised water in galley and heads, and a cold water shower in the cockpit.
2 x 110hp Yanmar 4JH4 HTE1, 4 cylinder diesel engines.
Engine numbers: E40197(stbd) & E40196 (port).
Engine hours recorded: 654.1.2 (stbd) & 654.8 (port) at 27.07.2016.
Routine service at start of each charter season, with regular checks between every charter.
Sail drive units with fixed 2-bladed propellers.
220v Northern Lights generator fitted in fwd deck locker. 200 hours recorded om 27.7.2016.
2 x 60Ah engine start batteries. 3 x 210Ah domestic batteries.
12v on board systems. 220v shore power connection with cable.
12v refrigeration system.
2 x alternators & battery charging relay.
12v 40A battery charger.
12v sockets at fuse panel and helm position.
2 pin sockets at chart table, in cabins and in galley & saloon.
2 x 16000 BTU Crusair air conditioning systems provide separate climate control for each hull, with control panels in the saloon area.
Raymarine Ray55E VHF radio with handset at helm position on flybridge
Raymarine ST60+ Tridata depth sounder (speed data taken from chart plotter)
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot
Raymarine C90/w chart plotter (chart card not included)
Plastimo steering compass
Navigation, mooring & steaming lights
10 man canister life raft (inspected 1/2016)
3 x dry powder fire extinguishers (inspected 1/2016)
10 x life jackets & safety harnesses
Manual and electric bilge pumps in each hull
Floating distress light
Guard wires, pulpit & pushpit
Fog horn. Torch.
Basic first aid kit
Sony radio/CD player with interior & external speakers, plus controls at helm position on flybridge
Outboard engine storage bracket mounted on pushpit (out board engine not included)
Dinghy storage davits on transom (inflatable dinghy not included)
Swim ladder & cold water shower on transom
Hard top bimini covers over cockpit and flybridge
Boat hook. 4 x warps. 6 x fenders.
Cutlery, crockery & utensils for 10 people
Please note: the dinghy, outboard engine & passarelle shown in some photos are the property of the charter base and are not included in the boat inventory when sold.
Delta bow anchor with approx 40m chain & 5m warp.
Kedge anchor with approx 10m chain & 10m warp.
Quick 1,000w electric anchor windlass with 10mm chain gypsy.
Valbuzard has been chartered by The Moorings from new in Turkey and will phase out of the charter fleet in November 2016. The boat is available for viewings by prior appointment only..
In this case we are acting as Brokers only. The vendor is selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.