44 ft. catamaran

Cat 44 main VYC

44 ft. Catamaran

The Leopard 44 is cleverly designed with double cabins and single bunks and the walkthrough design from the saloon to the forward cockpit

The Leopard 44 sailing catamaran is the latest design featuring both a rear and forward cockpit, providing additional space to relax and unwind. This front cockpit is easily accessed via an internal door, which also provides great ventilation through the boat.

The boat has been custom built for big groups. She can accommodate up to 12; with three bathrooms and three generous double cabins, as well as two small bunks located amidships and one small bunk inside the front cabin. The saloon table will also convert to a double.

A large table setting in the rear cockpit provides ample seating as well as an extra bench seat for relaxing. The upstairs galley and generous refrigeration space make cooking a breeze.

Twin inboard diesel engines allows the Leopard 44 to perform equally well under power. She sails beautifully, is very stable, and set up for short-handed sailing with all lines running to the cockpit.

For comfort in summer the salon has full air-conditioning is available with shore power or via a generator when on the water.

The Leopard 44 has won many awards for its innovative design. Suitable for three couples overnight or 12 guests for a day charter.


Snorkel Gear

Paddle Boards


Inside Galley

State-of-the-art surround sound system

Music library with tunes to fit the occasion

Shade and Comfy Lounging Areas

Pricing For Up To 12 People

4 Hours • $1590 USD

6 Hours • $2150 USD

8 Hours • $2520 USD

Please inquire for pricing for more than 12 people (15 People Max).

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