This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $249,000
  • Sail / Catamaran
  • Leopard / Robertson And Caine 40
  • 2005 / Used
  • 40' / 20'1"
  • 2005 Volvo Penta MD2040
  • 2005 Volvo Penta MD2040
  • 40 hp
  • 1896 hrs
  • Diesel

Catamaran 2005 Leopard Robertson And Caine 40 listed by Edwards Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $249,000
  • Powered by twin Volvo Penta MD2040 / 40 hp / 1896 hrs
  • Off Market since Feb 11th 2015

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"Spot On" is a well equipped Leopard 40 catamaran with many upgrades including newer Garmin electronics (7212 at helm, 5202 at nav station), AIS (Send 'n Receive), Wifi Booster, Garmin 24 HD Radar Dome, Raymarine Autopilot intergrated into the Garmin network, Watermaker, Wind Generator, 260 Watts solar panels over davits, RIB w/10 hp outboard, newer upholstery in salon, EPIRB, and much more. She is powered by the upgraded Volvo 40 hp engines compared to the standard 30 hp on most Leopard 40's. CE Certified and USCG Documented.

Located at Telemar Bay Marina in beautiful Melbourne, Florida.

Call today to schedule your appointment to see one of the best equipped Leopard 40's.

Boat Name
Spot On

Keel: Other
Hull Shape: Catamaran

LOA: 39 ft 3 in
Beam: 20 ft 1 in
LWL: 37 ft 6 in
Dry Weight: 16820 lbs

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Year Built: 2005
Engine Model: MD2040
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 1590
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 40 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Year Built: 2005
Engine Model: MD2040
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 1896
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 40 HP

Fresh Water Tanks: (206 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (92 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (26 Gallons)

Number of heads: 2

Sail Area

Working Sail Area : 1030.00 sq ft
Manufacturer Provided Description

The Leopard 40's speed on the water and easy handling are its top features, earning it 'Boat of the Year 2005' from Cruising World magazine . Guests will enjoy the large cockpit with outside dining area, protected by a functional hard-top bimini, fitted as standard. The galley-up design incorporates a spacious saloon and aft facing galley with a cocktail bar and serving window overlooking the cockpit. Accommodations include 4 double cabins, an optional berth in the forepeak, and two large heads with separate shower stalls.

Layout and Accommodations

After enjoying the spacious and comfortable cockpit, enter via a sliding glass door into the aft facing main salon. An L shaped curved settee and table provide comfortable accomodations for relaxing and dining. Light oak cabinetry, tall headroom and panoramic wrap around windows give a light and airy feeling. The galley up is to starboard and incorporates and opening window and counter extension into the cockpit. The stand up nav station and electronic panel are to port. This boat can sleep as many as 12 in this 4 cabins/2 head layout. Both aft staterooms feature queen size berths and generous closet and storage space. Both forward double cabins also feature additional crew berths in fwd bow compartments. The two heads complete with separate shower stalls, corian counter vanity sink are located port and stbd midships.

  – Upholstered seating in salon
  – Teak holly laminate flooring
  – Light oak joinery throughout
  – White vinyl headliner
  – Generous cabinets, drawers and hanging lockers
  – Opening Hatches
  – Ocean Aire Shades and screens NEW (2010)
  –  LED lighting
  – Lighted steps to hulls
  – 12V fans
  – Opening ports
  – Reading lights
  –  Double berths (4ft 7inch / 1.4m x 6ft 7inch / 2.0m)
  – Memory foam mattress covers in 2 of 4 berths (2010)
  – New salon exterior UV window covers (port stbd) (2010)
  – (2) Jabsco manual heads (1 new 2011, fully serviced, new hoses 2010)
  – Large open shelves

  – Stowage space under bunks
  – Large stowage space in forepeak

The well designed galley-up is centrally located with a convenient pass thru to the cockpit. Very modern design.
  – Black Corian countertops give plenty of worktop surfaces
  – Single lever faucet c/w pull out hose
  – Double s/s sink
  – Dish and cutlery drying recess with drainage
  – Corian cover for drying recess
  – Seafrost 2 door front-opening fridge / freezer 60USgal / 220Ltr
  – Seafrost 12v refrigeration
  – Pur Water Filter
  – Double Deep SS Sink w/single lever faucet
  – Deep bin dish drainer and storage
  – Force 10 Gas cooker 2-burner c/w oven broiler
  – Gas solenoid shut-off valve with control at switch panel warning light at cooker Gas cylinder regulator in dedicated locker
  – Separate garbage bin locker with top access Stowage space in shelf lockers drawer units
  – Corian bar counter with hinged flap


  –  Two (2) Kyocera 130W Solar Panels on custom adjustable brackets (2010)
  – 15-20 amp per hour to battery bank
  – Fox 350 Sunware Electronic Battery and Energy Monitor
  – Eclectic Energy 400 Wind Generator mounted on SS pole (2010)
  – Procharge D 12V/30 A Battery Charger NEW 10/2011

  –  3000 Watt Invertor/Charger Magnum NEW (2012)
  –  LED lights
  –  3 Deep Cycle Gel House Batteries NEW (2010) 3 x 180 ah = 540 ah total
  – Magnum Energy Indicator
  – 110V/12V plugs
  – Shore power cord
  – Updated AC Panel
  – 30 to 50 amp splitter

  – Courtesy lights at stairways
  – Bi-colour stern navlights
  – Plastimo Contest 130 compass at helm position
  – 12v DC switch panel
  – 2 x 12v outlet sockets at switch panel and at helmstation
  – 2 x Fuel tank gauges at helm position
  – 2 x Ammeters at helm position
  – 2 x Engine starter batteries - 95aH Lead Acid type
  – 1 x House battery isolator switches
  – 2 x Engine starter battery isolator switches
  – 2 x Alternators, high output 60aH
  – 1 x Electrical spares kit: fuses, relays, fuse holders

Engine Room/Mechanical

  – 2 x Volvo Penta 40 hp upgraded diesel engines (1590 hrs Portside, 1896 hrs Stbd)
  – 2 x Volvo sail drives

  – Morse double lever throttle / gearshift control
  – New Morse Control Cables (2012)
  – Rewired Engine blowers (2012)
  – Sound deadening panels in engine room
  – 2 x Propellers - 2-blade fixed
  – 2 x Fuel deck fillers
  – 2 x Racor Fuel filter / water separators
  – 2 x Fuel tanks aluminium 92USgal/350Ltr total capacity
  – 2 x Siphon breaks
  – 2 x Exhaust skin fittings (s/s)
  – 2 x Exhaust water locks
  – 2 x Cooling water inlet strainers
  – CO2 Smoke Detectors
  – Two (2) Dedicated Start Batteries
  – Two 60 amp Alternators
  – Emergency Tiller
  – Water Heater
  – Bilge Pumps
  – Fire Extinquishers

Electronics / Navigation Equipment

  – Chart table surface with light
  – Instrument and switch panel (12VDC / 110VAC)
  –  Garmin GPSmap 7212
  –  Garmin GPSmap 5208 at Navigation station
  –  Garmin 24 HD Radar Dome
  –  Garmin S!XM Weather
  –  Garmin Wind sensor
  –  Garmin GMI 10 at helm
  –  Raymarine Autopilot - ST6002 Smartpilot at helm - Integrated into new Garmin network bus
  –  Standard Horizon Matrix VHF w/ distress, capable of transmitting MMSI
  – Digital Yacht AIS Transponder integrated into Garmin networ
  – New depth gauge
  – Qualcomm Globalstar Satellite phone w/hands free mic (service not activated)
  – Bitstorm Badboy Extreme WiFi antenna booster w/Unleashed WiFi modem
  – Clarion radio/CD/Ipod stereo
  –  NEW Epirb (2012)
  – Radar reflector
  – Plastimo Compass
  – LED masthead light (2010)
  – Numerous Charts and guidebooks
  – Complete owners manual and systems documentation

Deck Layout and Equipment

Easily one of the best exterior layouts in Cruising Cats! Raised double helm seat offers excellent visability forward. Easy line handling with winches and line at a arms length. Keep an eye on the sails either through the sliding overhead hatch in the hardtop or viewing window over the helm.

The wide walk arounds lead forward to a large trampoline, generous lazerette storage and anchor locker. The aft deck has wide transom steps that lead to an aft walkway giving easy access to the external engine hatches, dingy on davits, solar panels, stern shower and BBQ grill. Molded curved seating and dining table also incorporate numerous lazerettes for storage of batteries, liferaft and other essentials.

  –  Mercury 10 hp outboard
  –  AB RIB Dingy
  – Heavy duty dingy davits
  –  Electric Windlass w/ handheld remote
  –  (3) Anchors , 45# Delta, 45# Bruce, Fortress FX55
  – 200' chain, 50'chain/150' rode
  – Aft deck Hardtop
  – Outboard mount on stern rail
  –  Plastimo 8 Man Offshore Liferaft (Current thru 2013)
  – Bolster backed cockpit seating
  – Blue solartex UV sun shades on side and back
  – (4) blue flip chairs
  – Additional cockpit cushions
  – Cockpit table
  – Raised double helm seat
  – Perko locking latches on cockpit lockers
  – Ring buoy
  – Sunbrella winch covers
  – Winch handle
  – Rescue line
  – Large trampoline
  – (2) Corner bow seats
  – Pelican Kayak
  – Non skid deck
  – Intregal wide shade steps over front windows lead to hardtop
  – SS stanchions and double lifelines w/side gates
  – Aft cockpit gate and retractable lifeline
  – Wide transom steps
  – Swim ladder and SS handrails
  – Windscoops
  – Jerry jugs
  – Boat hook NEW
  – Buffer
  – SS padeyes
  – Jack lines
  – 10 PFD's
  – 1 Sospender
  – 1 Harness and hook on
  – Flares
  – Binoculars
  – Bosun chair NEW
  – Magma Propane BBQ grill
  – (2) Propane bottles
  – Large cooler
  – Cockpit shower
  – Rod holders
  – Speakers
  – Cockpit LED lighting
  – Bolt cutters
  – Water Hose

Mast, Rigging and Sails

  – Sparcraft natural anodized aluminium mast c/w Antal mast slider system
  – Sparcraft natural anodized crossbeam
  – Mainsheet (3:1 purchase)
  – Mainsheet traveller line (3:1 purchase)
  – Main boom topping lift
  – Mainsail outhaul and 2 reefs
  – 2 x Genoa sheets
  – 3 x Halyards (main, genoa spare)
  – Profurl genoa furler
  – Mainsail full battened c/w 2 rows reefs (Quantum)
  – Stack pack sail cover w/lazy jacks
  – 120% Furling genoa
  – New Symetrical Spinnaker in Sock
  – Spinnaker halyard
  – External chainplates
  – 46# ST 2 speed Harken winches at helm
  – 40# ST 2 speed Harken winches on mast
  – Lines lead aft to helm through line stoppers/clutches
  – 2 x Additional spare 12v wires in mast
  – Windex wind indicator
  – Additional spare conduit with messenger in mast
  – Winch handle pocket
  – Line locker at helm

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