Leilani | 2004 Leopard 42

Puerto Penasco, MX



On the hard, and ready to be inspected. Perfect for a family or couple.

Leilani a2004 Leopard 42, is US documented, and is the highly desirable, 3-cabin (owners version), designed by the renowned Roberson and Caine team and built in South Africa. Leopards of this vintage were most commonly delivered to the US under their own sail. This vessel has never been chartered and has sailed widely, including the East coast US, Bahamas, Mexico, and Central America.

Leilani is well-equipped for reliable and self-sufficient off-grid coastal and blue water cruising with such amenities as 1100+ w solar power, 840 Ah battery capacity, 12 V water maker, and 6 Kw diesel generator. She is a capable vessel, ideal for a couple or family. As a testament to the capabilities of this vessel, current owners have sailed her over the past 5 years from Georgia thru Florida, to Mexico, Belize and Guatemala. After extended stay (2018 thru 2019) in Rio Dulce, Guatemala, the owners sailed to Belize, Honduras (Bay Islands), Columbia (Providencia), and Panama. After Covid restrictions eased (1 year later), the owners crossed the Panama Canal to the Pacific and cruised up the coast to Costa Rica and then Mexico. She is currently on the hard in Puerto Penasco, Mexico and ready for the next owners and more adventures.


  • Length: 42ft
  • Beam: 22' 9"
  • Year: 2004
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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  • Designer: Robertson and Caine


  • Length Overall: 41.42 ft
  • Beam Measure: 22' 9"



  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 3

General Information


This owners version model dedicates the starboard hull to the owner with a queen-sized bed (longitudinal), reading lights, 12 V fan, hanging storage closets, a large overhead hatch and louvered ports. Access to the engine is under the bed. Adjacent to the stairs is a desk, additional storage and the Single Side Band (SSB) radio. Forward is a cabinet with the built-in washer/dryer (Splendide), electric flush toilet, sink and separate walk-in shower. A removable panel on the shower bulkhead provides access to a large separate storage locker, ideal for ready access for service, maintenance and spares.

The port hull consists of an aft guest cabin with queen bed (athwartship), reading lights, 12 V fan, storage cabinets and an adjacent head (manual toilet), sink and shower. Access to the port engine is under the bed. Midships is a head with electric flush toilet, sink and shower. Forward is the second guest cabin with a queen bed (athwartship), reading lights, 12 V fan and bookshelves. Additional storage is accessed under the bed. Forward is a bow locker for ample storage or convertible to single berth.


The salon encompasses an ample table with a removable wooden top mounted over a Corian table. Seating can comfortably accommodate 4-5. The salon table has telescoping legs that can be lowered and cushions can be positioned to convert to a lounge bed for extra guests or hot bunk for passage making. Adjacent to the table is a two-door, lighted wine/liquor cabinet.

Adjacent to the salon double doors is the Nav Station desk with swing out seat, 12 V and 120 V breaker panels, Raymarine E80 Chartplotter, Northern Lights Generator Control panel, Standard Horizon VHF radio, Victron GX Touch 50 Remote Control (2022), and the Sony MEX-M70BT Marine CD Stereo AM/FM Radio with Bluetooth remote, 2 Fusion interior speakers (2017), and 2 JBL exterior speakers in the cockpit (2020). On the adjacent panel is a Victron Battery Monitor, ARC EPRIB, Ocean Breeze Dometic AC Control panel (Labeled AFT) and the Cruiseair AC Control Unit (labeled salon).


The galley includes Corian countertops, a double-stainless steel sink with hot and cold sprayer and separate faucet for filtered water (GE GXIS50F). A dish drying basin equipped with drain and Corian cover is next to the sink. A Force 10 2-burner propane stove and oven with broiler faces athwartships, next to a utensil cabinet with 4 drawers. A Microwave (Whirlpool, 700 w., 120 V) is located on a shelf with a wooden silverware drawer. Housed on the opposite counter is a Raritan Icerette Icemaker (needs board) and large pots and pans cabinet. The center countertop has undercounter accent lighting.


110V/12 V systems

Northern Lights M673L3 6 Kw generator (3455 hours)

3 X 370-watt Kyocera solar panels (total 1110 watts)

1 Cruise Air 16,000 BTU Reverse cycle AC

1 Ocean Breeze Dometic 16,700 BTU Reverse cycle AC w/Passport I/O digital control (2016)

Spectra Ventura Water Maker 200 T w/ MPC- 3000/5000 remote (12V, 6-7 gph)

2 Attwood water heaters (6 g)

Victron BMV-700 Battery Monitor

Victron MPPT Smart solar controller

Victron Multiplus 3000 W/120 Inverter Charger (2022)

Victron Cerbo GX (2022)

Victron GXTouch50 Remote Panel (2022)

Victron Battery Monitor

2 X 30 amp shorepower cords and outlets

4 X 210 Ah Lifeline 4D AGM batteries (840 Ah) (2022)

2 X Start batteries (AGM)

5 X 12 V fans

Splendid 2000XC washer/dryer (120 V)


Raymarine Type 150/400 autopilot system w/ST 7001+ Control Unit

2 X Raymarine E80 Chartplotter (Helm and Nav station)

Navionics Charts

Raymarine Radome Scanner Radar

Raymarine ST60 Wind display/depth/speed instruments

Simrad NAIS AIS Transciever w/NSPL antenna splitter w/Quark ELEC QK-A034 wireless

ICOM IC-M802 SSB with AFT-140 antenna tuner and KISS grounding system, w/PTC-II USB modem, GAMMcKIM Split Lead Antennae on stb stay

Standard Horizon GX 2200 VHF at Nav station and with remote at helm

Glomex Tv antennae with Trackit-TV

Wireless router and WIFI extender (Island Time: Microtik and Groove)

ARC Strobe Firefly Pro EPIRB (2015)

Zinc Saver II 175-22030 Yacht Corrosion Consultants (Galvanic corrosion protection)


Genoa Mack Sails (8.77 oz Marblehead, Dacron, 2014)

Profurl Headsail roller furling

Main Mack Sails (Challenge high aspect premium, Dacron, 2014)

Doyle stackpac with lazyjacks

Asymmetrical Spinnaker


Phifertex shades starboard, stern, and port cockpit

Forward windscreens

Helm cover (Weblon Regatta, white vinyl)

Helm seat cover (Weblon Regatta, white vinyl)

Sunbrella shades starboard and port cockpit


Manson anchor (45 lbs.) with 200 ft chain, primary with Manus swivel shackle

ROCNA (55 lbs.) anchor with mix of chain and rode (150 + ft), secondary

Bruce (33 lbs.) anchor (spare)

Anchor bridle with Manus shackle

Lofrans Tigris windlass with corded remote


Starboard bow locker with access via Lewmar hatch

Anchor roller

Forward diesel fuel tank (65 gals)

Midship port plastic diesel tank (47.5 g)

Aft starboard stainless diesel tank (47.5 g)

AB 9.5 Lammina Aluminum RIB (9 ft. 6 ) Hyphalon with forward storage locker and raised floor (2015)

Yamaha F 9.9 Hp SMHB, 4- stroke (2013)

Danard dinghy wheels (2021)


Lewmar self-tailing winches (50, 44, 40)

Milwaukee angle drill (M28) with winch adaptor (to raise main sail and dinghy)


Cockpit hard top

Solar array on hardtop

Cushions cockpit and helm seat (Taupe color, Naugahyde 2019)

Helm station w/double seat, electronics and instruments

Hatch in cockpit floor (Plastimo life raft, expired)

Acrylic window over helm (2022)

Custom dinghy cradle for retrieval and launch of dinghy

Magma Newport propane grill (refurbished 2022) mounted stb stern

2 X Rod holders

Transom steps with access to port and starboard lazarettes

Port lazarette storage (w/Spectra Water maker)

Starboard lazaretto storage (w/Northern Lights Generator)

Rainwater collection outlets with PVC pipes from Targa top


Yanmar 3JH3E 39 HP engines (starboard 3475 hours, 3420 port hours)

3 blade bronze fixed props (15-inch, right rotation)

2 X Cutlass bearings (2022)

PTI dripless shaft seals (2019)

Zincs (2022)


Anchor light (solar on/off)

Extensive spares and maintenance/service items

Kidde Fire extinguishers ABC

Kidde Smoke and CO2 monitors

Lifesling 2 Man Overboard Rescue system

Horse collar throwable


Easy to get to in Mexico to view in person, ask me for details.


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