2005 - 40 Leopard 40 - "Rum Tum Tiger"
"Rum Tum Tiger"
- Year: 2005
- Current Price: SOLD
- Located: Brunswick, GA
- Hull Material: Fiberglass
- Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Diesel
- YW#: 75666-2379240
This used 2005 Leopard is a nicely equipped, serious cruising Catamaran. Her three stateroom layout provides an open, airy feeling.
BEAUTIFUL PRIVATELY OWNED LEOPARD 40'
NEVER CHARTERED * NEVER ABUSED * ALWAYS LOVED!!
JUST REDUCED BY $20,000.. OWNER SAYS, "GET HER SOLD"!
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!!
Exceptionally Nice Three Stateroom Layout.
Come see what all Leopard 40's wish they could be.
Come see "Rum Tum Tiger" - we think you'll be impressed!
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Rum Tum Tiger
Builder: Robertson & Caine
Designer: Morelli & Melvin
Hull Shape: Catamaran
LOA: 39 ft 3 in
Beam: 20 ft 0 in
LWL: 37 ft 6 in
Displacement: 16820 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Mast Height: 62 ft 0 in
Engine Brand: Volvo
Engine(s) Total Power: 54 HP
Engine Model: MD2030-D Sail Drive
Engine Type: Inboard
Year Built: 2005
Engine Hours: 1824
Fresh Water Tanks: (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (90 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 (20 Gallons)
Number of heads: 2
Function and form blending together nicely to present an exceptionally well laid out interior. The starboard hull is dedicated to the private owners cabin including ensuite head with separate shower enclosure. The port hull houses two private guest cabins with a head and separate enclosed shower in between.
As with all serious cruising catamarans onboard life centers around the cockpit and salon. Here's where the Leopard comes into her own with oversized sliding doors that virtually eliminate the boundary between the two areas and provide an open airy feeling that is so rare on most boats. Large forward facing salon windows provide excellent light and visibility; exterior louvers provide shade. There are steps up to the top of the coach roof. Cooks and helmsman alike will love the well equipped galley up on the bridge deck. It's hinged countertop opens adjacent to the helmsman and is directly connected to the galley countertop. Galley crew can simply slide lunch down the counter.
The cockpit is spacious and comfortable. The helm station is mounted at the back of the coach roof. Both main & JIB sheets lead to stoppers and then to one electric and one manual self tailing winch directly adjacent to the helm. There's room for two on the bench seat but you need only one to trim sails! Visibility is excellent over the coach roof and a sliding trap door in the hard cockpit bimini/roof makes it easy to see the shape of the main.
The aft deck flows seamlessly into the cockpit with no steps up and the settee seating is large enough to be comfortable without impeding the traffic flow. The custom arch/davit arrangement keep the dinghy high out of the water and allows for access and visibility around her.
Salon: spacious Ultra-Leather settee wraps around the dining table. There is exceptional storage under the settee and shelf storage behind and over. Two overhead hatches and an opening port provide ample ventilation. The sliding glass doors to the cockpit recess completely adding to the spaciousness and open air feeling. You have near 360 degree visibility from the salon and adjacent starboard galley. Electrical panel and electronics are mounted above the dual door refrig/ freezer on the port side.
Starboard hull: Private master suite with queen berth aft, hullside shelving, hanging locker, 3 storage lockers, 2 opening ports and an overhead hatch w/ suncover and screen. In the walkway forward there is a hanging locker with another storage locker below, cabinetry and shelving hullside, a desk with chair, and fliptop storage and cabinetry above. Forward is the head with electric toilet, vanity sink and enclosed shower. Full forward is a bulkhead opening where the watermaker is housed.
Port Hull: Private guest cabin forward with a queen berth and an extra sleeping berth full forward (or great storage), hullside shelving, hanging locker and two storage lockers, overhead hatch w/ suncover and screen, one opening port. Mid-hull head w/ enclosed shower, sink with vanity, manual toilet, mirrored medicine cabinet, opening port and overhead hatch. Aft private guest stateroom with queen berth, 2 opening ports, hatch with sunshade and screen, hanging locker and 2 storage lockers.
•Seafrost 12V holding plate refrigerator/freezer
•Force 10 propane 2-burner stove with oven & broiler
•(2) Water heaters
•70/30 stainless steel sinks
•Fold out counter to cockpit (Nice Feature)
•(5) Storage lockers (one with sliding shelves)
•Double door overhead locker
•Hullside fiddled storage (9'x30"!)
•Dry storage locker
•Hidden trash receptacle
•All new electronics in 2007 due to power surge (lightning strike)
•Raymarine 6002 Smart Pilot w/ wireless remote that repeats any instrument reading
•Iridium satellite phone
•Raymarine ST60 wind, depth, and speed
•Garmin GPS/map 4208 color chartplotter & HD 18 radar (2010)
•Color chips for Bahamas & U.S.
•ACR Rapidfix GPS EPIRB
•Pactor II E Modem
•ICOM 802 SSB w/ auto tuner & ICOM SP24 remote speaker (2010)
•ICOM 802 has Dynaplate & copper strapping for ground
•Standard Horizon VHF w/ DSC
•Ram mic @ helm
•Plastimo 4" compass
•(3) 8D gel cell - house batteries
•(2) Group 27 gel cell - engine start batteries
•Xantrex Link 2000 inverter/ 100 amp charger
•Honda gas 2000I 4 stroke generator
•Honda genset easily drives the inverter/charger
•12/110 V electrical system
•Solar panels: (2) Siemens 55 watt, (2) Kyocera 120 watt on hardtop, (1) 130 watt Kyocera on arch = Total 24 amps of power regulated through a Blue Sky solar 25 amp regulator
•(4) Hella fans
•(2) 50' 30 amp dockside cables
•(4) Bilge pumps: (2) Automatic, (2) manual
•336 gal/day Spectra watermaker w/ no auto systems
•Jabsco electric master head, manual guest head w/ holding tank
•New poly fuel tanks installed 2009 w/ large clean outs (No leak guarantee for life)
•Flex-o-fold 3 blade props
•Extra 2 blade props
•Baja type fuel filters
•Racor fuel filter
•New exhaust elbows 2010
•Rebuilt raw water pumps 2011
•New V belts & engine filters 2011
•BC Fire extinguishing system
•New waste hoses 2011
Deck & Cockpit
•Lewmar electric windlass w/ chain, rode gypsy, and forward H/H controller and helm controller
•Anchor Package: CQR 45# plow w/ 185' chain, Fortress 44#, Danforth 44# w/ 50' chain & 300' rode
•300' of anchor line
•Hard bimini top & windshield dodger
•Cockpit side drop curtains
•Aft cockpit sunscreen
•Helmsman seat with backrest
•ACR ditch bag
•(2) Boat hooks
•(8) Mooring cleats
•Hot & cold cockpit shower
•Fresh/saltwater deck washdown
•(2) Fold up bikes
•LED anchor and steaming light
•PVC Docking tubes
•Shakespeare TV antenna with booster
•6 Gallon dinghy gas tank & two spare 5 gallon tanks
•Custom powder coated aluminum arch gives clearance above the bridge deck & a clear walkway behind the boat
•Two 50' hoses and a shorty for chain washing
•10'6" AB RIB Dinghy with Cover (purchased 2009)
•Mercury 2 stroke 15hp OB engine
•Manual dinghy davits
•CG approved safety package
•(8) Life jackets
•Fenders & lines
•Swim platform & boarding ladder
Sails & Rigging
•Profurl Jib, Stack pack main, Asymmetrical spinnaker w/ sock
•Full batten main on antal bat cars w/ mast slider system
•All lines lead aft through spinlocks except reefing
•Windex at masthead
•Lazy jacks on main
•(3) Harken self tailing winches: St46 electric primary, ST46 secondary, ST40 reefing @ mast
•Aluminum deck stepped mast
•All new mast & rigging in 2007 due to a power surge/ lightning
•Bottom stripped to gel coat late 2009 and painted w/ 3 coats of Pettit primer sealer, one coat of unepoxy and two coats of Pettit Ultra.
•Turn key sale - All spares stay with the boat including all metric & U.S. tools. Enough spares for a Caribbean season.
•CD of all parts on the boat with manufacturers number and name
•Owners list of parts on hand
•Log book w/ hours and dates of maintenance
•100 hour oil changes
"Rum Tum Tiger" is one of a kind. No charter use and smoking was not allowed. Owners bought her new in August of 2005 and have cruised her from NY to the Bahamas and everywhere in between plus the Great Lakes in the summers of 2009 and 2010. She has been well kept without regard to cost or effort needed. Her log book starts with her launching in South Africa and has been meticulously kept ever since. If you want a well preserved Leopard 40 with a known history and NO abuse, then Rum Tum Tiger stands alone.
Call us for an introduction to this exceptional catamaran!
Owners personal items not listed here are not a part of this sale. 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 this vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyers desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.