Aussie and Kiwi multihull powerboat enthusiasts will get their first opportunity to view the all-new model Leopard 46 Powercat when the first boats arrive in Australia for the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, 19 to 22 May 2022.
The new Leopard 46 Powercat offers total luxury, massive outdoor living spaces, and class-leading home-away-from-home accommodations, all wrapped in an ultra-modern package.
This stunning new model is the end result of almost 30 years of accumulated design experience, as well as an injection of totally new thinking.
Built by South African boat builder Robertson and Caine, the Leopard 46 Powercat was designed with one goal in mind: To provide pure comfort and performance compared to the best of its competitors.
“In evaluating the final design, we believe that we have managed to give the Leopard 46PC a character of its own,” said Anthony Key, Chief Engineer at Robertson and Caine.
“It stands proudly as the second in a new range of powercats that have benefited from almost 30 years of accumulated design experience, as well as an injection of new thinking.
“We anticipate that it will surpass the high standard that owners and charterers have come to expect from the Leopard Catamarans brand.”
The Leopard 46 Powercat comes in a three or four-cabin layout. The three-cabin owner’s suite boasts large walk-in closet, desk, and double vanity.
Forward VIP guest cabins offer spacious island berths and ensuites. Styling has been enhanced to make you feel at home with new soft furnishings, very comfortable beds and great use of space.
The outside cockpit areas are an extension of the interior, all uniting to create a feeling of space and airiness. The forward end of the saloon opens onto a sunny lounging area, complete with adjustable recliners.
The aft cockpit is a simple, well-proportioned U-shaped settee with a large dining table to seat eight comfortably.
The flybridge adds a whole alternative seating area and can be used while underway or as an elevated position to enjoy sundowners or even dining while at anchor.
The main helm station is situated in the flybridge area and provides a large comfortable seating position, with a commanding all-round view.
The flybridge space is protected by a composite-moulded hardtop, which has a newly incorporated “spoiler” along its aft end to reduce excessive turbulence from entering the aft flybridge sundeck when underway.