LOA: 41 ft 7 in / 12.67 m
LWL: 40 ft 10 in / 12.44 m
Beam: 23 ft 1 in / 7.04 m
Draft: 4 ft 7 in / 1.4 m
Mast Height: 67 ft 10 in / 20.68 m
Bridgedeck Clearance: 2 ft 6 in / 0.75 m
Engine: 2 x Yanmar 45HP Diesel engine with saildrive
Fuel: 158 gal / 600 L
Bunk Dimensions: View Leopard Range Bunk Dimensions
Headroom: View Leopard Range Headroom Dimensions
Water: 174 gal / 660 L
Mainsail Area (Standard): 717 sqft / 66.6 sqm
Mainsail Area (Square Top): 755 sqft / 70.1 sqm
Genoa Area: 501 sqft / 46.5 sqm
Spinnaker Area: 1686 sqft / 154.5 sqm
Code 0 Area: 676 sqft / 62.8 sqm
Code D Area: 1022 sqft / 94.9 sqm
Total Upwind Area (Standard): 1217 sqft / 113.1 sqm
Polars: View Leopard 42 Performance Documents
Displacement: 27485 lbs / 12467 kg
Load Carrying Capacity: 10,364 lbs / 4701 kg
Holding Tank Capacity: 32 gal / 120 L
Proof that you can have it all. The Leopard 42 is the organic evolution into the new generation of our award-winning line of yachts. Built by Robertson & Caine and designed by Naval Architects, Simonis & Voogd, together we have created a revolutionary design that has exceed expectations by offering far more than anticipated. This was accomplished all while maintaining our signature balance of comfort and uncompromised performance.
The exterior styling has adapted to the modern appearance of the award-winning Leopard 50, which features continuous hull side windows, a continuous hardtop, and what has quickly become our signature, an upper-lounge area.
The interior design has adopted the styling that was developed for the award-winning Leopard 53 Powercat. With modern contrasts, indirect lighting, and classy finishes, the Leopard 42 brings more luxury and elegance to the Leopard sailboat range. All bunks are now island berths that allow access from both sides. With windows everywhere space permitted, the natural light is amplified.
Available in 3 cabin/ 3 heads and 4 cabin/ 4 heads, all cabins include their own private en-suite heads. All heads include their own designated shower area; a feature not currently found on catamarans in this size range.
In the saloon, we have added a generous skylight, as well and an additional window in the aft starboard corner facing the helm seat. The forward-facing L-shaped galley is sure to entice any chef!
The Leopard 42 has the unmistakable DNA of a Leopard Catamaran with plenty of new technology and building techniques used to make it a magnificent ocean-going yacht with a feel of space, comfort and performance only previously found in significantly larger models.