2012 44ft Catamaran Sleeps 4 Guests In 2 Cabins, Sailing on Island Time
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The Leopard 44 is an innovative design! With an open forward cockpit you get a good breeze throughout the whole boat while you are relaxing on a mooring ball with a cocktail in one of the beautiful bays in the Virgin Islands. This vessel features two guest cabins each with en-suite heads plus a generator and AC, making it ideal for larger groups! All cabins are good sizes and well ventilated with plenty of storage space.
The spacious and comfortable salon has large windows with doors to both the forward and aft cockpits.
A unique feature is the open forward cockpit with direct access from the saloon. It is an ideal shady spot to sit and re...
1 Queen Beds
2 Wash Basins
2 Electric Heads
Two guests cabins. The aft cabin is a queen and forward guest cabin is a double with a forward twin berth in the forepeak. The twin bed has access from the double cabin.
If three cabins are required for 4 pax then there is an additional double cabin available.
Island Time has the forward cockpit/sitting area with access from the salon....
WiFi internet access
Ipod/device docking station
Air conditioning and fans
Cockpit and flybridge speakers
Night Air conditioning and fans
Salon TV with satellite tv
12.6 25HP Dinghy
1 Man Kayak
Stand Up Paddle
We have a 2 Fishing Rods with Shimano Talica Reels for trolling for Tuna
Captain Thomas grew up boating in Louisiana. He had an aluminum John Boat that he drove up and down the Vermillion River at 8 years old. Growing up Thomas learned fishing, crabbing and shrimping in the marsh and offshore with his father. As a teenager, Thomas was introduced to sailing by a couple in Galveston Texas and he fell in love with sailing. In college, he bought a Hobie 14-foot Catamaran and learned to sail. In his late twenties, he lived in Miami Florida and raced a Tornado (an Olympic Class Sailboat). He dreamed of one day living on a sailboat and sailing around the world.
Brenda grew up fishing on the banks of Toledo Bend Lak...