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2007 LEOPARD 43 - Sold
REDUCED WAS EURO 265,000
Year 2007
Length 12.95m / 42 Ft
Price € 210,000.00
Location Turkey
VAT Paid No
Boat Ref 14127
2007 LEOPARD 43 - Sold
Built by Robertson & Caine, the Leopard 43 is equipped using the highest quality materials and top brand fittings, offering unparalleled standards in design and construction for reliability, seaworthiness and performance. Featuring all a sailor desires, great performance, solid construction, a superb anchoring system and high quality equipment.
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Boat Details
  • Length
  • 12.95m / 42 Ft
  • Draft
  • 1.3m / 4 Ft
  • Berths
  • 10
  • Beam
  • 6.93m / 23 Ft
  • Displacement
  • 8.48 Tonnes
  • Keel
  • Low Aspect Ratio
  • SAD
  • 27.84
Construction
  • Structure
  • GRP
  • Builder
  • Designer
  • Simonis & Voogd
Rig
  • Rig
  • Sails

Sail

Area

Type

Year

Condition

Mainsail Good
Furling Genoa Good
Accommodation
  • Comments
  • Eight berths in four cabins with four bathrooms. Two single crew quarters.
  • Hulls Headroom
  • Saloon Headroom
Engine
  • Make
  • Yanmar
  • Type
  • 2 inboard diesels
  • Details
  • Built 2007 - Model 3JH4BE - 39hp - 3 Blade Propellor
General Equipment

Equipment

Make

Model

Year

Quantity

Water Heater
Sun Awning
Cockpit Cushions
Music System & Speakers Fusion / Bose
Speakers Bose
2 Burner Hob & Oven
Fridge Seafrost 12/24v
Freezer
Navigation Equipment

Equipment

Model

Year

Quantity

Log Speedometer Raymarine ST60
GPS Raymarine
Depth Sounder Raymarine ST60
19" Chart Plotter Raymarine
Compass Plastimo
Wind Speed and Direction Raymarine ST60
Auto Pilot Raymarine ST6002
VHF Raymarine Ray54
Safety Equipment

Equipment

Quantity

Year

Make

LastService

Life Jackets
Electrical Equipment

Equipment

Quantity

Make

Capacity

Year

Battery Charger Centaur
House Batteries
Engine Batteries
Inverter
Solar Panels

These details are prepared from information provided by the vendor and are intended as a guide to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute part of any contract. Survey by a qualified marine surveyor is strongly recommended.