Built by Robertson and Caine, the Leopard 384 has been designed with performance and comfort in mind, offering an abundance of outdoor space to capitalize on sailing in the warm breezes of the tropics. With this catamaran upgraded to include fully enclosed clears around the entire helm station and cockpit, comfortable cruising in cooler climates is also possible.
The Leopard 384 features a large cockpit with an outside dining area and versatile ergonomic seating for up to eight guests. A functional hard-top bimini protects the cockpit area and helm station, where all the main sail controls are located for hassle-free manoeuvres, even with a limited crew.
Open transoms really make boarding easy. Other neat features include a top-notch anchoring system with electric windlass, a convenient dinghy davit with electric winch, and twin 30Hp diesel engines for good motoring performance.
The galley-up design incorporates a spacious saloon area and aft-facing galley with a serving window overlooking the adjoining cockpit area. Large vertical windows forward provide excellent shade and rain protection, and allowed the designers to maximize interior volume in the saloon area, with headroom of 1.95m/6ft 5in throughout.
The cockpit features a large GRP table, and comfortable seating for eight, with cushions.
Accommodations include four double cabins and two forepeak berths, great for kids or additional storage, and two large heads with dedicated shower compartments.
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Location: Scarborough QLD Region: Queensland
Year: 2010 Designer: Morelli and Melvin Builder: Robertson and Caine S. A.
Length: 37' 6" - 11.43m Beam: 6.04 metres Draft: 1.05 metres Keel / Ballast: Sacrificial Mini keels Hull Material: Fibreglass/GRP Solid hand laid GRP hull and topsides with composite deck and coach house sides. Deck Material: GRP composite
Engine: Yanmar 29 hp 3 cylinder diesel engines. Engine control panels at helm with alarms. Engine Make: Yanmar HorsePower: 29 horsepower Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 2900 approx Engine Hours (2nd Engine): 2900 approx Propulsion: Saildrives x 2 Fuel: 350 litres Water: 1000 litres, in three tanks. Galley: The galley is on the bridge deck level, allowing easy connectivity with the cockpit for entertaining.
Vitrifrigo 12 volt fridge and separate freezer, with a power point cabled to the aft locker to add a second fridge (not included)
Custom rack for Saeco espresso machine. (optional) Stove: Force 10 two burner, gas cooker burner with oven and grill. Hot Water System: 2 x Hot water cylinders, heated by engines and shorepower.
Accommodation: Four queen size cabins, with two forepeak child cabins. There are two enclosed heads each with shower, washbasin and toilet. The aft cabins feature full length mirrors, a nice touch for the ladies...
This yacht has two forepeak berths, accessible through the forward cabins. They are not separated from the forward cabins, are very small and are only suitable for a small child or extra storage. The saloon table has hydraulic legs which allows it to drop down to form a large lounging day bed.
New blinds in saloon.
New high quality fans in both aft cabins Berths: 8 berths with additional 2 child berths Shower: Two enclosed Hot and Cold Showers, and one deck shower Toilet: 2 new toilets with black water tank. One toilet is electric, the other is manual. Entertainment: Sony Bluetooth Stereo, with upgraded speakers. Wired for projector and Google Chromecast - which connects to Stereo for Home Theatre. (Projector is Optional). Retractable Projector Screen. USB hubs cabled/wired in to both aft cabins.
Covers: The entire cockpit and helm station can be enclosed with clears. Canvas Covers for windows
Ground Tackle: New plough anchor (2019) with all chain.
Muir vertical capstan winch and chain lock in dedicated anchor well, with wired remote control.
Safety Gear: Lifejackets x 6 Bilge Pumps: Electric and manual bilge pumps Life Raft: Liferaft mounted on transom rails Epirb: 406 EPIRB Life Jackets: Per requirements Flares: Flares per regulations Fire Protection: New Portable Fire Extinguishers, new carbon monoxide, smoke detector. Electrics: New Victron Batteries 660 Ah
New Victron MPPT solar controller
New 1,400 watts of solar power.
Victron battery management system
Victron Shore Charger
LED lighting throughout.
USB outlets throughout.
Bilge alarms at helm. Electronics
Navigation: Raymarine Navionics suite with....
Barometer. Sail Inventory: Furling headsail,
Battened mainsail with lazyjacks and boom bag. ........
Mast / Rigging: Alloy mast and boom with ALL NEW standing rigging (18 months)
All lines lead back to the cockpit for easy sail management. Deck Gear: Two large self tailing cockpit winches.
Jammers on all halyards and sheets.
Double line safety rails.
Steering wheel brake.
Gas BBQ mounted on transom rail.
Two large opening hatches in forward saloon windows.
Large swimming boarding ladder.
Ample strong point mooring cleats.
Custom electric stainless steel davit system with electric winch.
Fenders and mooring lines