German flag. Tax paid for French Polynesia.
Based in French Polynesia
Recent catamaran, very clean. Excellent maintenance.
3 double cabins + 1 single in the forepeak on starboard.
6 to 8 sleeps
Leopard 39 fiberglass catamaran, built in 2011 by Robertson & Caine in Cape Town, South Africa.
The result of close collaboration between Morelli & Melvin (catamaran specialist), Robertson & Caine, this boat is an innovative concept that focuses on outdoor living and guarantees maximum comfort, volume and performance.
The owner bought her from Moorings in 2016. The boat is leased from Moorings until May 2019.
2 YANMAR inboard engines 30 HP (2011)
Gasoil: 350 L tank
Main full batten
1 electric winch
Electric windlass Quick ALEPH 1200w (2011)
Fresh water: 780 L / 206 US Gal.
2 burner stove + oven
Sink with hot / cold water
1 Vitrigo refrigerator (2011)
Water heater KUUMA 50 L * 2 (2011)
2 electric WV
2 indoor showers + 1 deck shower (aft platform)
Speakers in the cockpit and saloon
2 bottles of gas
Barbecue on bracket
3 * AGM Victron house batteries of 165Ah, total 495 Ah
Solar panels 2 * 70W (2011)
CRUISAIR 220 V air conditioning on shore power
220 V shore supply
12 V electrical outlets
220 V electrical outlets
RAYMARINE C90W plotter (2011)
Autopilot RAYMARINE ST 60+
Central Station RAYMARINE ST 6002 (2011)
RAYMARINE Log / depth sounder / anemometer
Hard bottom dinghy
SUZUKI 15 HP outboard engine
Outboard engine bracket
Cable and padlock
Liferaft VIKING 8 UKL (2011 - revised January 2018)
3 Fire extinguishers
Lazy Jacks with Lazy Bag
Gantry with davits
Survey: May 2018
Catamaran in very good condition, very well maintained, very comfortable.
Last modified : 12/12/2018
The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.