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New and used Leopard boats for sale

£338,432 GBP
Listed price €400,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
2017 | 13.00m | Diesel | Power
£160,755 GBP
Listed price €190,000 EUR
Tax not paid / excluded
2011 | 11.43m | Diesel | Sail
£315,390 GBP
Listed price $399,000 USD
2020 | 11.99m | Diesel | Sail
Virgin Islands, British
£648,170 GBP
Listed price $820,000 USD
2019 | 15.39m | Diesel | Sail
£338,432 GBP
Listed price €400,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
2017 | 13.00m | Diesel | Power
£286,821 GBP
Listed price €339,000 EUR
Tax not paid / excluded
2008 | 14.90m | Diesel | Power
Virgin Islands, British
£323,295 GBP
Listed price $409,000 USD
2020 | 11.99m | Diesel | Sail
Virgin Islands, British
£386,531 GBP
Listed price $489,000 USD
2019 | 13.00m | Diesel | Power
United States
£188,918 GBP
Listed price $239,000 USD
2010 | 11.42m | Diesel | Sail
£337,586 GBP
Listed price €399,000 EUR
Tax not paid / excluded
2018 | 13.00m | Diesel | Power
Florida, United States
£893,210 GBP
Listed price $1,130,000 USD
2019 | 15.24m | Diesel | Power
Saint Martin (French Part)
£378,626 GBP
Listed price $479,000 USD
Tax not paid / excluded
2018 | 13.72m | Diesel | Sail

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History of Leopard

Leopard Catamarans, originally known as Robertson and Caine, was founded in 1991 in South Africa by John Robertson and the late Jerry Caine. The company began its journey crafting monohulls but soon recognised the growing demand for catamarans and shifted focus. This strategic move paid off, making Leopard Catamarans a significant player in the global multihull market. Their initial success came with the introduction of the Leopard 45, which gained international acclaim and solidified their reputation for producing sturdy, spacious, and performance-oriented catamarans.Over the years, Leopard Catamarans expanded their product line, offering a range of sailing and power catamarans. They became well-known for their innovative designs, quality craftsmanship, and cutting-edge technology. An important partnership with The Moorings, a premier yacht charter company, helped further establish Leopard's reputation in the industry. This collaboration allowed for feedback directly from charterers, which was used to refine and improve subsequent models, enhancing the overall customer experience.Today, Leopard Catamarans remain headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa, but have a significant global presence. They distribute their vessels through an extensive dealer network across multiple continents, including North America, Europe, and Asia. Now affiliated with Travelopia, a division of TUI Group, Leopard Catamarans continues to lead in the catamaran market, synonymous with innovation, quality, and a dedication to improving the sailing and powerboating experiences.

Which models do Leopard produce?

Leopard produce a range of boats including the Leopard 40, Leopard 48, Leopard 51 Powercat, Leopard 58 and Leopard 39. For the full list of Leopard models currently listed on, see the model list in the search options on this page.

What types of boats do Leopard build?

Leopard manufactures a range of different types of boats. The ones listed on TheYachtMarket include Multihull, Catamaran, Multihull, Catamaran and Cruiser.

How much does a boat from Leopard cost?

Used boats from Leopard on range in price from £161,000 GBP to £1,300,000 GBP with an average price of £470,000 GBP. A wide range of factors can affect the price of used boats from Leopard, for example the model, age and condition.

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