|Fuel tank capacity||92 gallon|
|Fuel tank material||Plastic|
|Total engine power||78.0 hp|
|Nominal length||44 feet|
|Length at water line||41.67 feet|
|Max draft||4.42 feet|
|Drive up||3.92 feet|
|Engine #1||Yanmar 3JH5CE|
|Engine #1 fuel||diesel|
|Engine #1 type||Inboard/Outboard|
|Engine #2||Yanmar 3JH5CE|
|Engine #2 fuel||diesel|
|Engine #2 type||Inboard/Outboard|
We are Proud to Present the Unique 2015 Leopard 44 Owners Version "Ally Cat". This is a rare opportunity to acquire a larger sailing catamaran with an ICW friendly mast. No hurricane damages or insurance claims, never chartered, clean bill of health!
2015 ROBERTSON AND CAINE LEOPARD 44 – "Ally Cat"
BROKERS REMARKS: Alley Cat is the desirable Owners Version with 3 Cabins and 3 Heads, perfect for a couple or a cruising family. Commissioned and delivered in Ft Lauderdale, she has been used along the East Coast of Florida and occasional trips over to the Bahamas under the original owner. With engine and generator hours under 1K, this is a boat that will offer many years of hassle-free cruising for the second owner. Full factory specs, aftermarket upgrades, and walk around video available upon request.
Equipment includes: Reliable Yanmar engines (2), Norther Lights Generator, Cruiseair air conditioning (2), 70 watt solar panels (4), electric flush toilets with fresh water option (3), stainless davit system, 3K inverter/charger, Raymarine base pack Ray 60 VHF at switchpanel and addition handset at helm, p70 color autopilot display, AXIOM 9" multifunction display, i70 color instrument at helmstation with depth, speed, AIS transceiver. HD color radar, AB10 dinghy w/ 20hp Yamaha outboard, custom helm enclosure, exterior cushions, and window shade screens.
AVAILABILITY: NOW - US Import duty paid, available to all Buyers
BUILDERS REMARKS: The Leopard 44, a product of South African boat builders Robertson & Caine, features a unique, modern design thanks to experienced naval architects Morrelli & Melvin as well as Robertson & Caine's design team. She resembles her predecessors in speed, agility, and blue-water performance, but her enhancements include an increased hull volume and an innovative interior layout, which is unlike any Leopard before her. Her galley is located forward and the forward-facing settee and window and an access door to the forward platform of the boat. This allows for a panoramic view with large sliding glass doors between the saloon and the aft cockpit. This arrangement promotes easy communication for guests and an open flow between the saloon and the aft cockpit, creating a fusion of indoor and outdoor living space.