Versatile, sleek and innovative The Leopard 50 has been designed to replace one of the best and most popular Leopard Catamarans the Leopard 48.
The exterior hull of the Leopard 50 has a sophisticated look and a layout that boasts an extensive exterior that comprises of an upstairs flybridge, aft cockpit lounging area, helm station plus forward seating area also. The upstairs flybridge comes equipped with a lounge table, seating and sunbeds. Access is provided with a set of exterior stairs. The helm station is protected by its own hardtop and has direct accessibility to the upstairs lounge so the Captain can communicate easily with guests there as well as the aft cockpit lounging area below. This area sits directly beneath he upstairs flybridge lounge and has a spacious seating and dining layout and the aft seat can flip forward to allow guests to contemplate the wake underway our backward to take part in the dining activities.
The forward cockpit seating area is a comfortable seating area with two smaller tables affording a little more privacy and a great way to enjoy sea breezes.
The side decks are nice and wide and protected by double lifelines.
The Leopard 50 is a vacuum-bagged and isophthalic resin-infused E-glass hull with an end-grain balsa core. Ring frames of carbon fiber add stiffness without weight gain, and the keels are filled with closed-cell poly foam to prevent water ingress.
The Leopard 50 has an elegant interior layout with a 360 degree view which is light and airy. It has a sleek modern look and the interior flows seemlesssly to the exterior from both the aft and forward entrances.
The galley on the Leopard 50 consists of a counter to starboard, with a Miele four-burner cooktop over a Force 10 oven and a pair of Vitrifrigo fridge drawers just aft. Forward is an L-shaped counter with sink and dishwasher under the counter. It’s a convenient arrangement, with everything just a step away and out of the traffic. Completing the saloon is a nav station to port, with chart stowage and a dashboard for electronic repeaters from the bridge. The dining area is stunning with a table that folds out to comfortably host 8 people.
The Leopard 50 has a spacious standard master stateroom entered through a private entrance aft to starboard with a dressing area that leads to an ensuite head. The dressing area has a built-in bureau outboard, a desk/vanity inboard and the berth is almost kingsized.
A second VIP bedroom also has its own private entryway with ensuite bathroom.
The two other guest staterooms, have walk-arounds on each side of the berths, giving easy access to get into the berths as private heads and showers.
L.O.A.: 45 ft
L.W.L.: 42 ft 11 in
Beam: 24 ft 2 in
Draft: 5 ft. 1 in
Engine: 2x 45 hp
Propeller Dimensions: 3‐blade 406 x 380 mm
Engine No. Cylinders: 3
Fuel: 185 gal
Showers: 3 inside plus outside deck shower
Cabins: 3 doubles. 1 master and 2 doubles, one double has an extra berth.
Water: 206 gal
Mainsail Area (Standard): 1328 sq ft
Displacement: 31967 lbs
Load Carrying Capacity: 10141 lbs
Holding tank capacity: 45 gal