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Catamaran 2003 Robertson And Caine Leopard 62

Off Market since May 25th 2016

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2003 ROBERTSON AND CAINELEOPARD 62

BUILDERS REMARKS: The Leopard 62s are amongst the best luxury charter catamarans ever build. Five large state rooms with individual temperature controls, flat screens and personal heads, showers and vanity area. The salon has a cocktail bar, entertainment center and separate dining and lounge areas, as well as a well-equipped navigation station.The Leopard 62 was one of the first large catamarans to have a fly bridge and sun lounge pad. Good performance under sail and under power will ensure your guests a smooth trip.

BROKERS REMARKS: There are crewed charter catamarans, and then there is The Big Dog. This nice yacht was completely refitted over the past years, new engines, new generators, new soft goods and shows like a 9.5 out of 10. The same crew has cared for her in an exceptional way for the past 7 years.. This yacht is truly first class and an exceptional value for a boat of her size and amenities. I suggest you seriously consider this yacht before ordering any new cat.The Big Dog has an excellent charter history, and is a proven money maker in near perfect condition.

The Big Dog is the only MCA certified Leopard 62.

AVAILABILITY: Now

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
The Big Dog

Specs
Builder: Robertson and Caine
Designer: Simonis Voogd
Flag of Registry: British Virgin Islands
Hull Shape: Catamaran

DESCRIPTION:

  – BOAT NAME: The Big Dog
  – MAKE/MODEL: Leopard 62
  – DESIGNER: Alex Simonis / Robertson Caine / The Moorings
  – BUILDER: Robertson Caine -- Leopard Catamarans
  – WHERE BUILT: South Africa
  – MODEL YEAR: 2003
  – YEAR BUILT: 2002
  – YEAR/MONTH COMMISSIONED: November 2002
  – LOA 18.67m / 61 3
  – LWL 17.02 / 5510
  – BEAM 9.04m / 29 8
  – DRAFT 1.3m / 4 3 or 8 6 (boards down)
  – DISPLACEMENT:57,330 lbs. / 26,000 kg

DESCRIPTION:

The Big Dog offers guests 5 very spacious double cabins with en suite heads and showers, and a vanity/desk area. Separate crew quarters with double cabin and en suite head are situated next to a fully equipped galley and utility area to starboard. An additional crew berth is located in the starboard fore-peak.

On the bridge deck, the saloon area has separate dining and lounging seating, and features a navigation station with complete electronics and remote controlled autopilot, plus an entertainment center with high quality stereo system, television and DVD player.

A cocktail bar is situated at the entrance of the saloon area, so drinks can be served directly inside or out in the cockpit area. Exiting the saloon, the huge cockpit provides a spacious guest entertainment area protected by a hardtop fly bridge. This unique feature opens up the cockpit area for dining and relaxing and enables direct walk-through access to the wide aft swim platform, great for diving, snorkeling and access to the dinghy, which can also be used for water-skiing.

Moving up, a staircase leads up to The Big Dogs most unique feature, the spacious fly-bridge with helm electronics. The majority of the sail handling is carried out here, out of the way of the cockpit area,. The primary electric winches are located within easy reach of the helmsman. With comfortable seating, the fly bridge provides excellent visibility at the helm and spectacular panoramic views for your guests. Designed with a powerful rig for excellent performance, the Leopard 62 has a stepped hull, which increases the interior volume while minimizing the wetted hull surface for increased efficiency and speed in the water.

The Leopard 62 also features dagger boards, which can be raised when heading downwind or under power for improved performance, or when mooring, or approaching shallow waters. Lowering the dagger boards improves upwind directional and speed performance.

The yacht has been fully repowered in 2010 and features many other recent upgrades including full new exterior cushions, new refrigeration systems and new furnishings.

This Yacht is truly first class and an exceptional value for a boat of her size and amenities.

CONSTRUCTION & HULL

  – HULL: Composite Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) Sandwich with multi-axial E-Glass, end grain Balsa core. Isophthilic resin below the waterline
  – COLOR: Flag blue, repainted 2013
  – BOTTOM PAINT: October 2014
  – DECK MATERIAL: Textured G.R.P.
  – STEERING SYSTEM: Wheel
  – RUDDER TYPE: Skeg
  – KEEL TYPE: Multihull
  – DAGGER BOARDS Structural E-glass Isophthalic polyester resin

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

  – VOLTAGE: 12V / 24V / 110 volt
  – NO OF BATTERIES: 7 house 2 engine (new 11/2014)
  – CAPACITY: DF4D house / DF27D each engine
  – METHOD OF CHARGING: generator / charger
  – ALTERNATOR: 2x60A/24V High Output
  – GENERATOR 1 MAKE / Hrs: Fisher Panda 12kW
  – GENERATOR 2 MAKE / Hrs: Fisher Panda 16 kW
  – SHORE POWER:Marinco 3 core 50ft, heavy duty shore powerline
  – AIR CONDITIONING: total of 70,000 Btu
  – AC Switch panel for shore power generator link-up
  – 12V DC Switch panel
  – 24V DC Switch panel
  – Galvanic isolator for shore power supply
  – 2 x Battery charger/Inverters, 1.5kW/24V/60A each

ENGINES:

  – MAKE/AGE: Yanmar / 2010
  – MODEL: HP: (2) x 240 HP 4LHA-STP (2010)
  – FUEL: Diesel
  – NO. OF CYLINDERS: 4 each
  – COOLING SYSTEM: Heat exchange
  – HOURS RUN/DATE: ~1000
  – TYPE OF CONTROLS: Morse
  – DRIVE TO PROP: (2) Shaft drives
  – TYPE OF PROP: 2 x 4 blade, dual pitch, folding propellers, Brunton (2010)
  – Double lever throttle/gearshift control
  – Sound deadening panels in engine rooms
  – 2 x Aqua-drive propeller shaft coupling incl. vibration isolating thrust bearing
  – 2 x Engine room ventilation fans
  – 2 x Engine room automatic fire extinguishers
  – 4 x Fuel deck fillers
  – 2 x Fuel-filter/water-separators, Racor
  – 1 x Fuel transfer system between port starboard and aft and forward tanks
  – 4 x Fuel tanks, aluminium, 354USG total capacity
  – 2 x Engine cooling water siphon breaks
  – 2 x Exhaust skin fitting (s/s)
  – 2 x Exhaust water locks
  – 2 x Cooling water inlet strainers

TANKAGE & WATERMAKER:

  – Hot cold pressurized fresh water system consisting of:
  – 2 x Hot water cylinders, 18 gal each
  – 2 x Pressure accumulator tanks
  – Transom shower unit, hot and cold
  – 2 x Fresh water pumps
  – 2 x Fresh water pump filters
  – 3 x Water tanks, 325 USG total capacity, Vetus
  – 1 x Deck fresh salt water wash-down systems, Scandvik
  – 5 x Grey water tanks for shower drains and heads basins with automatic pump-out
  – 2 x Sewage holding tanks, 68 USG total capacity, Sealand
  – 4 x Electric bilge pumps with high level alarm floatswitches, Rule
  – 2 x Manual bilge pumps with strum boxes, Whale
  – Water maker, Sea Recovery, 1200gal/day 110V c/w fresh water flush

SAILS AND RIGGING:

  – RIG TYPE: Sloop Rig
  – SPAR MAKER: Sparcraft
  – BOOM; Park Avenue Boom - UPGRADE
  – SPAR MATERIAL: Aluminum/ CARBON
  – STANDING RIGGING MATERIAL: Stainless steel wire
  – RUNNING RIGGING MATERIAL: Cored braided line
  – MAINSAIL REEFING: Slab reefing
  – HEADSAIL ROLLER FURLING: Profurl Titanium
  – SPINNAKER POLE: yes
  – Sparcraft painted mast c/w Antal mast slider system
  – Sparcraft painted crossbeam
  – Foldable bowsprit with bridle and line
  – Mast spreader deck lights boom flybridge light
  – Windex wind indicator
  – Mast winch Antal W60ST
  – Profurl electric Genoa Furler
  – Profurl removable roller Furler for Gennaker Sparcraft boom strut

  – GENOA WINCHES: (2)
  – MAKE: Antal W52E, 2 speed, self tailing, electric
  – HALYARD WINCHES: (2)
  – MAKE: Lewmar Antal W60ELH, 2 speed, self tailing, electric
  – Mainsheet Traveler WINCHES: (1)
  – MAKE: Antal W60ELH, 2 speed, self tailing, electric
  – TYPE: Mainsail
  – MAKER: Doyle
  – TYPE: Genoa
  – MAKER: Doyle
  – TYPE: Genaker
  – MAKER: Doyle
  – TYPE: Code 0
  – MAKER: Doyle

ACCOMMODATIONS:

  – NO OF BERTHS: 10 + 2 Crew
  – DOUBLES: 5 + 2 crew
  – SINGLES: crew
  – NO. OF CABINS: 5 Double + 1 Crew
  – COOKER TYPE: Full Size Oven, Gas Cooktop
  – NO OF BURNERS:4
  – OVEN: Yes, full size in galley
  – GRILL: Yes
  – FUEL: Propane
  – MICROWAVE: Yes
  – FRIDGE: 4, 2 primary in galley, 1 under counter in bar (2014), 1 in aft cockpit
  – FREEZER: 110V Seafrost freezer compressor- watercooled, 2014
  – ICEMAKER: 110V Manitowoc, commercial under counter in bar area
  – Dishwasher: Full size Miele, in galley.
  – SINK: (1) Double basin in galley
  – NO. HEADS: (5)
  – MAKE: Jabsco
  – HANDBASIN: (5)
  – SHOWER: (5) plus transom shower
  – CABIN HEATING/AIR CONDITIONING: Cruiseair 2 x 16000 Btu Saloon + 2 x 7000 Btu and 3 x 8000 Btu forward / aft cabins, (all new in 2012)
  – LAYOUT VERSION: 5 Cabin
  – Large double berth with foam mattress
  – Hanging locker with shelving
  – Overhead hatch blind/screen combination for deck hatches, Ocean-Air
  – Port light blinds for privacy,in each cabin
  – Full-length mirror in each cabin
  – Vanity mirror lighting,in each cabin
  – 2 x Reading lamps in each cabin
  – Overhead lighting
  – 2 x Ventilation fansin each cabin
  – Large storage shelves with locker doors
  – Independently controlled cabin air-conditioning in each cabin
  – HDTV flat-screen in each cabin (new, 2014)

GROUND TACKLE:

  – PRIMARY ANCHOR: 88 lb Delta w/220 ft x 12mm chain
  – SECONDARY ANCHOR: 65 Lb Bruce
  – WINDLASS:Maxwell HWC3500 24V, 1200W
  – Anchor bridle and hook

NAVIGATION GEAR AND ELECTRONICS:

  – Horizon Eclipse VHF radiotelephone at chart table complete with remote access microphone at helm station
  – Raymarine 400G Autopilot (with Gyro compass) with remote control at helm station chart table
  – Raymarine Colour Radar, RL80C (and chart display) at helm station with 24 NM, mast mounted scanner
  – Raymarine ST60 Wind instrument at helm position
  – Raymarine ST60 Tridata at helm position
  – Raymarine Raychart, RC530 colour chartplotter (and radar display) with GPS receiver as chart table
  – Raymarine ST60 Multifunction Nav-data instrument at chart table
  – Magnetic compass at helm position
  – EPIRB: ACR Global fix

GENERAL EQUIPMENT:

  – FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT: Fire extinguishers throughout vessel, automatic fire suppression system in engine rooms
  – BILGE PUMPS: Automatic / electric in each hull engine room
  – SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Full BVI charter compliant
  – NAVIGATION LIGHTS: Yes
  – GUARDWIRES/PULPIT/PUSHPIT: Yes
  – SPRAYHOOD/DODGERS: Yes
  – SUN AWNING/TONNEAU: Yes
  – DAVITS: Fibreglass on transom
  – SWIMMING LADDER: Yes
  – BIMINI: Yes
  – DINGHY: Caribe 15 DL15 with center console
  – OUTBOARD: 60HP Yamaha 4 stroke
  – KAYAKS: 2 x Emotion sit on kayaks with paddles
  – WARPS: (8) Yes
  – FENDERS: (6) Yes
  – BOATHOOK: (2) Yes
  – CUTLERY/CROCKERY/UTENSILS: Multiple settings and styles for 10 guests
  – LIFERAFT: 1 x 10 person Plastimo Transocean, in container, serviced 2014
  – Dingy davit system c/w electric winch

  – Swimming ladder c/w teak steps

  – 8 x Fenders
  – 8 x Braided Mooring lines
  – BBQ: custom build propane barbeque, sized for 10
  – Radio/CD Player/amplifier, Surround-sound saloon speakers, 4 x cockpit BOSE speakers, 2 x fore deck BOSE speakers
  – 24 Flat screen TV with Blu-ray DVD players fitted in the saloon area
  – 15 Flat screen HDTV in each cabin (total of 5)

  – Cabling and jacks for shore telephone and cable TV
  – Electrical provision for Boatphone at Chart table
  – Electric lift TV, raising from the main salon cabinets

  – Courtesy light at cockpit/aft deck walkthrough
  – Port and Starboard Nav lights
  – Stern Nav light

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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