2014 Leopard 44 Catamaran

La Paz, MX

About

Now availabe, beautiful 4-cabin 2014 Leopard 44, Roberston & Caine designed catamaran.

The Leopard 44 has earned her a reputation as one of the best cats to handle, and her layout is highly liveable, spacious, and comfortable. The expansive interior includes four cabins, each with en-suite bathrooms, a large saloon, and a galley with windows wide enough to provide a 360-degree view of the surroundings. One of her greatest entertaining features is the covered forward cockpit, which is accessible from the main saloon, as well as the raised helm and fully enlosed cockpit.

This very popular Leopard 44 sailing catamaran is the perfect fit for a larger family or group of friends wanting to sail in total comfort. Click on Full Specs to see all she has to offer and contact us to book a viewing!

Located in the heart of the world’s best cruising grounds, La Paz, Mexico, the gateway to the Sea of Cortez (called the World's Aquarium by Jacques Cousteau). Dozens of gorgeous anchorages with white sand beaches, crystal clear warm turquoise water, many within a day’s sail to the harbor, marinas, and Malecon of La Paz. Come and let the experts in yacht ownership here in Mexico show you how easy it is to begin your cruising dreams today!

Specifications

  • Length: 44ft
  • Builder: Leopard Catamarans, South Africa
  • Beam: 23' 8"
  • Draft: 4' 5"
  • Year: 2014
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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SPECS

  • Builder: Leopard Catamarans, South Africa
  • Designer: Robertson and Caines

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 42.5 ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 5"
  • Beam Measure: 23' 8"

ENGINE(S)

  • Total Power: 76
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Year Built: 2014
  • Engine Model: 3JH5E 3-cylinders
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 4247
  • Engine Power: 38 hp

  • Total Power: 76
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Year Built: 2014
  • Engine Model: 3JH5E 3-cylinders
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 4255
  • Engine Power: 38 hp

TANKS

  • Fresh Water Tanks: 3 (190 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (190 Gallons)

Accommodations

  • Port hull: Two double staterooms with head and shower each
  • Starboard hull: Two double staterooms with  head and shower each
  • Bridge deck: Galley to port aft and navigation station to port forward. Settee with table to starboard  forward. 

Galley

  • REFRIGERATION: 1 X 12V air cooled fridge/ freezer system “Vitrifrigo”
  • STOVE: « Force 10 » 3 burners stove with oven. 
  • COOKING GAS: 2 X 6kg bottles in a dedicated gas locker  compartment in the cockpit, with proper drain. 

Navigation and electronics

  • GPS: “Raymarine Axiom 9 ” GPS and plotter
  • AUTOPILOT: “Raymarine P70” display with a rotary drive behind wheel steering
  • DEPTH & BOAT SPEED: “Raymarine i50 Tridata”
  • WIND: “Raymarine i60 Wind”
  • COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS: “Icom IC-M506” VHF
  • COMPASS: “Plastimo”.
  • STEREO: “Sony” FM/AM radio & CD player with 2 interior speakers and 2 exterior speakers, including 2  “Fusion MS-NRX300” remote controllers (front cockpit and helm)
  • OTHER: Starlink equipped

Mechanical

  • GEARBOXES: Sail Drive (reverse gear unit) “Yanmar SD60-5”, ratio 2.23.
  • HORSEPOWER: Rated 26.1 kW at 2907 RPM, 28.7 kW @ 3000 RPM (2 X 38 HP). 
  • ENGINE COOLING: Fresh water cooled, through a heat exchanger.
  • ENGINE EXHAUST: Wet exhaust
  • VENTILATION: 12 volts fan from aft side of cockpit.
  • COMPRESSORS & ALTERNATORS: Single alternator on each engine
  • SHAFT & COUPLINGS: “Yanmar SD60-5” sail-drives. 
  • FILTERS: Primary filter. 
  • PROPELLER: 2 X 2 bladed fixed aluminum propellers
  • ENGINE STOP: Electrical fuel shut-off. 
  • PANEL & ALARMS:  “Yanmar” engine panel with digital hourmeter, analogic tachometer and visual alarms. 2 fuel gauges and 2 ampmeters are also seen (see comments). 
  • ENGINE CONTROLS:  Morse cables. 
  • STEERING: Single wheel to sprocket, roller chain to stainless steel wire through pulleys to  aluminum tillers. 
  • EMERGENCY STEERING: L-shaped SS tiller
  • MARINE SANITATION DEVICES:  4 “Jabsco” electrical marine heads, all switch-tested satisfactorily. 
  • HOT WATER: 2 X “Kuuma” 1500 W, 6 gallons, 220V, 1500W water heater 
  • PRESSURIZED WATER SYSTEM:  1 X “Jabsco Par Max 3” 12V 3.5GPM electrical pump
  • HOLDING TANK: “Jabsco”
  • BILGE PUMPS: Electric: in each engine room, 12V “Rule 1100”; in main bilges: 12V “Rule 2000” .Manual: yes, 2 “Plastimo” in both companion ways. Automatic float switches: yes, for all pumps, with a dedicated high water alarm  switch.
  • SHOWERS & BATH:  Five showers : 1 in each head, 1 in the aft cockpit. 
  • SHOWER SUMP PUMPS:  4 X ‘Jabsco” diaphragm type 12V 2.8 GPM pumps.

Electrical

  • DC – SYSTEM (12V) House Batteries: 3 X “Exide” AGM batteries, 235 Ah each
    Engine Batteries: 2 X “Yuasa” group 27 12V AGM batteries, 80 Ah. 
    Generator Battery: 1 X “Optima” 12V group 24 AGM battery, estimated at 65 Ah. 
    Power distribution System: 220V & 12V labeled circuit breaker panels 
  • AC – SYSTEM (220V) Charging system: Single alternator on each engine and 2 X 80W (estimated) solar panels on hard-top, regulated  by a “Victron Blue Solar” 20A MPPT controller,
  • Misc.: Vessel is equipped with a 30A active galvanic  isolator “ProMariner Prosafe Zinc Saver” 30A. 
  • Battery charger: “Quick” 12V 60A in like new condition, tested operational.
  • Inverter: 900W “Blue Energy” 12V/220V at main electrical panel,  
    operational. 
  • Shore power: 220V line
  • Generator “Northern Light », estimated at 6kW, 220V,  60 Hz, 2503 hours.
  • Air conditioning: 2 « Cruisair », (16000 BTU each under saloon seating) a/c  units, model STQ16. Units are cooled down by 2 magnetic  “March” pumps, 220V in main bilges. 

Deck and hull

  • KEEL: Molded FRP keels (sacrificial) are bolted to integral keel stubs – designed for  in-the-water replacement. No defects are spotted on the keel to hull joint.  
  • RUDDER: Skeg supported, balsa core FRP rudders with stainless steel rudder stock.
  • BOW: A tensioned aluminum crossbeam is bolted between the hulls. There is a  trampoline.
  • STERN: Reverse transoms with molded FRP steps. There is a folding stainless steel swim  ladder on the port side. A molded FRP hard-top comes over the cockpit area,  supported by 3 metal poles on aft, and goes on over the front deck, where a settee  area is found, accessible from the saloon via a front door, and supported by 2 SS  poles. There are 2 flexible solar panels fitted on the aft end of the hard-top,  estimated at 80W each. A hinged SS U-shaped tubing assembly at aft is used as  dinghy davits, activated via an electrical motor fully operational. An opening on  starboard side of hard top is seen, where a mini fly bridge has been designed for  helm station, covered with a secondary FRP hard top. 
  • FLOORBOARDS: Formica covered marine plywood. 
  • DECK HATCHES: 8 “Lewmar” rectangular aluminum framed deck hatches (plus an extra one  through the cockpit hardtop). Engine room accesss is also via deck hatches with opaque lenses. 
  • OPENING PORTLIGHTS: 12 “Lewmar” aluminum framed portlights (4 outboard in each hull (8 total) &  2 facing aft in aft cabins & 2 facing front in the saloon). 
  • ESCAPE HATCHES: 1 “Maxwell” aluminum framed hatch
  • FIXED WINDOWS: 8 tinted acrylic windows in salon. There are also 4 more non opening  windows on outboard hulls (2 per side). Lastly, the entrance door is a double  sliding door with an extra aft window. 
  • PRIMARY ANCHOR: “Rocna” 25 kg/ 55 lbs. 
     Chain / rode: estimated 165 ft. of 10mm galvanized chain. 
  • SECONDARY ANCHOR: “Delta” type, 20kg  
    Chain / rode: Nylon rode.  
  • WINDLASS: “Quick” 12V electrical windlass
  • OTHER: 2x Folding bicycles

Tender

  • 10.5 ft. semi rigid inflatable, Hypalon tubes / FG hull (2022) with “Tohatsu” 18 HP 2-stroke outboard engine

Sail

  • MAST: Anodized aluminum, Z-spars, deck stepped. 
  • BOOM: Silver anodized aluminum boom 
  • STANDING RIGGING: 1X 19 stainless steel wire to swaged studs, to open stainless steel bodied  turnbuckles. Forestay is pre-constraint Dyform© wires. 
  • RUNNING RIGGING: Pre-stretched Dacron. 
  • WINCHES: Helm: 2 X “Lewmar ST45” 2 speed manual self-tailing winch. 1 X “Lewmar ST45” 2 speed electrical self-tailing winch.
  • FURLING GEAR: “Profurl C420” furling drum and foil on the forestay
  • VANG: Spring loaded aluminum vang. 
  • SAILS: Fully battened main sail with “Antal” luff slide system and furling genoa. 
  • BIMINI: Full cockpit rigid FRP hard-top. Enclosures around helm station in like new  condition. 
  • SAIL COVERS: Stack-pack with lazy jacks.

Safety

  • PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES: 8 Type II PFD – lifejackets.  
  • THROWABLE DEVICES: 1 horseshoe buoy. 
  • SOUND SIGNALS: Electrical foghorn
  • NAVIGATIONAL LIGHTING: Sidelights, stern light, steaming light, deck light and anchor  light.  
  • LIFE RAFTS: 1 X “Plastimo Transocean +”: 10-man liferaft
  • LIFE LINES: Double stainless steel wire lifelines through stainless steel  stanchions. 
  • FIRST AID KIT: Yes. 
  • FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS: 4 X 1kg ABC extinguishers

Disclaimer
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.

The Multihull Company is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel but may be listed with another brokerage company.

 

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