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The Leopard 39' is a popular, practical and well-built blue water sailing catamaran that has proven itself to be a performance catamaran, that is safe, agile, and comfortable.
This 3 cabin version, owners edition, has been excellently maintained and also has the port forepeak fitted out as a child's berth. She is currently on the hard stand in Thailand and has just had her Yanmar engines fully serviced and inspected by the Thailand Yanmar team.
She comes fully equipped with a water maker, ample solar and battery power, and various upgrades for blue water sailing. She has never had storm damage, or ever been in charter. 2 loving owners have nurtured her, upgraded her, and made the most of her capabilities. The first owner used her for moderate coastal cruising, and the current owners, with their young family sailed her across the Indian Ocean, via Madagascar, Seychelles, Sumatra and Malaysia, to Thailand, where she is now.
Interested in a Leopard 39?: These are some of their main features:
The Leopard 39's speed on the water and easy handling are its top features, earning it 'Boat of the Year 2010' from Cruising World and SAIL magazine. The Leopard 39 features a large cockpit with outside dining area protected by a functional hard-top bimini with mounted solar panels.
Enjoy a functional saloon area featuring upstairs galley with plenty of storage for your provisions & table/seating for up to 8 adults. The saloon opens via sliding door to a spacious back deck with generous seating and additional exterior table and raised helm with seating for two for easy navigation. The front deck provides a large tramp for relaxing, roller furling headsail and clean lines all leading back to helm, creating an uncluttered and convenient deck set up.
Below deck find 3 double cabins, and 2 x heads. The Queen Master suite sits on the starboard side and includes a full bathroom with separate shower, office/navigation desk and plenty of storage for additional luggage and supplies. On the port side two double cabins sit forward and aft, with a bathroom positioned mid ship for easy access from either cabin or from up on deck. This boat will comfortably accommodate 6-8 crew.
The well laid out saloon and galley allows maximum room for traffic when entertaining or just easy living. The large interior volume in the saloon provides 6'5" headroom and has a dinette that will seat eight. With numerous opening hatches and windows and a light cherry wood finish, the space is very inviting and rich. The galley to port has a single sink, a two-burner stove with oven, and lots of Corian countertop space. There's also a serving window to the cockpit so nobody needs to be left out of the socialising.
The cockpit is ideal for entertaining in the anchorage and will comfortably seat 10 for cocktails. The double-seat helm station is to starboard, and is raised. It offers excellent visibility forward and all around when docking. All controls are within easy reach, and getting the mainsail up and down and the jib unfurled and furled is all accomplished by one person at the helm station and couldn't be easier.
Sailing the Leopard 39 is easy: both main and jib sheets lead to stoppers and self-tailing winches directly adjacent to the helm. There's room for two on the bench-style helm seat, but you need only one to trim sails!
Please contact Rachel, at SYSLangkawi@gmail.com for more information and a full inventory. We will do our best to assist, and hope that the travel bubble into Phuket will allow international travelers to easily access the country for a viewing. We will do the best we can to provide details and information to assist you. A brochure from her original owner is available on demand, amendments minimal, and additions within this advertisement. Viewings available by appointment.
Vessel Name: Nur
Launch Year: 2015
Vessel Location: Krabi, Thailand
Builder: Robertson & Caine
Hull Material: Fibreglass/GRP
Decks Material: Fibreglass/GRP
2 x Yanmar 3YM30
Serviced by Yanmar dealer Thailand in March 2021; maintenance logbook available
Folding Gori props
Averages 5 kn while using 3 l / hour on one engine, giving a 580 mile range on full tanks
Double lever throttle / gearshift control
Sound insulation panels in the engine rooms
2 x Engine room ventilation fans with ducting
2 x Fuel Deck Fillers
2 x Fuel/Water Separators
2 x Fuel tanks in aluminium 350 litres total capacity
2 x Stainless Steel Exhaust Fittings
2 x Exhaust water locks
2 x Cooling water inlet strainers
Engine Make: Yanmar
Number Engines: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 850-900
Propulsion: Folding Gori Props
Fuel: 350 Litres
Water: 780 Litres
Dinghy: AB aluminium Rib Model 10 AL Lammina 10ft 6" Orca Hypalon ( not included in the price, sold separately)
Outboard: Yamaha 8 HP two stroke in good condition (planes with up to two people)
Covers: Leather covered Steering Wheel with Wheel Cover
Upgrade to Coach roof side window removable shade covers
Owner's version; one cabin and big bathroom on SB, two cabins with 1 smaller bathroom on port;
Plenty storage space throughout the boat including for prolonged passages for 4 or more people
Each cabin has a spacious double bed with again plenty storage space underneath
Berths: Double Berth Aft 1.46m wide by 2.0m length
Toilet: 2 Jabsco quiet flush electrical toilets
Entertainment: Sony CD player with two Polyplanar speakers in the Saloon and two Bose speakers in the cockpit complete with auxiliary jack input.
Corian galley worktop surfaces
Single lever mixer faucet serving a single Stainless Steel Sink
Dish and cutlery drying recess with drainage
Cover for drying recess
Gas solenoid shut-off valve with control at switch panel and warning light at cooker
Gas cylinder regulator in dedicated locker
Separate garbage bin locker with top access
Storage space in shelf lockers
Corian galley shelf
Refrigeration: Vitrifrigo 2-drawer front opening fridge/freezer 212 litre 12V DC refrigeration
Stove: Force 10 gas cooker 2 burner c/w oven and broiler
Water-Maker: Schenker Modular 60 Digital 12VDC 240W S/N: 217LTPEVE1-75-25 (2017)
Hot Water: 2 x Hot Water cylinders 45 litres total capacity
Upgraded to Rocna Vulcan 25kg anchor and 100 m chain; NEVER dragged
Windlass in excellent condition
Anchor Bridle, shackles and hook
6 x Fenders
Full Category C Safety Gear AND an 8 Man liferaft
Owners Operating Manual
Bilge Pumps: 4 x Electric Bilge, 2 x Manual Bilge
Life Raft: 8 Man lifraft
Stainless steel cradle with 2 x 350W SunPower e-series solar panels with BlueSolar MPPT 150/45-Tr 45A charger (2017)
2 x 75W flexible panels on roof with separate charger (2014; fit by R& C during build of boat)
AGM battery bank in excellent condition; never depleted below 80% and usually only depleted to 90% overnight
Balmar / Cyrix modification (2017) on port alternator for super-efficient charging of batteries on port engine - NB due to the solar capacity this is hardly ever necessary
Inverter Victron multiplus compact 12V 1200W 50 (2018)
Factory prepared for AC and generator; just need to add AC units and generator if desired
Electronics / Navigation:
E9 Hybrid Touch chart plotter with Wi-Fi
Ray 55 VHF Radio at Navigation Station
i70 colour instrument displays for Tridata (speed/depth and sea temp) and the Wind Speed and Direction
NB Starboard: requires new starter battery.
Raymarine AIS650 CLASSB transceiver (2017)
P70 Colour Autopilot combined with oversized Raymarine type 2 rotary drive
Square top Dacron main sail (original; still fine)
130% Dacron genoa on furler (original; still fine)
Bowsprit fitted by professional rigger per Robertson and Caine instructions
Ullmann Tri-Radial Screecher Endurance Series on Harken Reflex Unit 2 furler (2017; in excellent condition)
North Sails asymmetric spinnaker on bilateral adjustable block system from both tips of the bow to allow perfect positioning for wide range of wind angles (2015; in very good condition)
Upgraded heavy duty HTX2 genoa tracks, cars and crash-ends
Electric Harken B44.2 Winch
Dyneema halyards for main and screecher
Dyneema lines for genoa and screecher
Mast / Rigging:
Natural anodised Selden Mast, Boom and Crossbeam
Raymarine Wind Masthead Unit
2 spare anchors
Bridle with drogue
Emergency stay with Norse terminal fitting
Spare steering cables
Many spares for engines, water maker etc
All tools on board for common maintenance and repair
|Builder:||Robertson and Caine|
|Length over all:||11.43m|
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.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.