Leopard 51 Powercat

Thumbnail for the listing's main image
€ 554,000
Virgin Islands, British
Road Town
Yacht broker
Boat Description

Boat name: Roxanne
Manufacturer: Leopard Yachts
Designer: Simonis Voogd Design
Boat kind: powerboat / motor catamaran
Category: used boat
Year built: 2016
Location: British Virgin Islands, Road Town
Flag: USA
Cabins / berths: 4 / 5
Hull material: GRP/polyester
Other: fly bridge

Technical data
Length: 15.54 m (51 feet)
Beam / draft: 7.64 / 0.99 m
Weight: ca. 21,500 kg
No. of toilets: 4

Engine: Yanmar
Engine power: 2 x 370 hp (272 kW)
Fuel: diesel
Propulsion: shaft drive
Fuel tank: 2 x 379 ltr
Fresh water tank: 3 x 111 ltr
Holding tank: 2 x 44 ltr

BUILDERS REMARKS:The Leopard 51 Powercat brings with it a multitude of exciting features, including a sleek design, a large forward cockpit, additional lounging areas, an expansive flybridge and a completely redesigned interior upgraded with modern appliances.

Drawing upon the success of previous Leopard powercats, this economically efficient catamaran uses less fuel than other power models. She also incorporates a brilliant ergonomic layout that makes maneuvering around your yacht comfortable and easy.

This yacht also boasts a large and open saloon, a galley with the latest appliances, 4 cabin layout with en-suite heads. The Leopard 51 Power-cat combines the best from our sailing fleet with the luxury and ease of a power yacht.

BROKERS REMARKS: ROXANNE is a yacht to seriously turn heads, being both the youngest 51PC now out there, and also being the crewed model, she is superbly maintained. The current crew have a passion for this yacht, and it shows when you step on board, greeted by gleaming GRP, and many more comforts than you get on the bare-boat model.

If you're already looking at the 51PC you'll be familiar with the epic fly-bridge, full air-conditioned interior, and hydraulic swim platform. What you'll really want to know is how Roxanne compares against the other 51PC's… well let's just say that this is yacht stands above the rest, and not just from the fly-bridge viewpoint.