Leopard 44 (Georgia)

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Asking: $499,000 (USD) Location: Savannah, GA (Georgia)
S/V Traveller is a Savannah, GA based 2014 Leopard 44 Catamaran For Sale By Owner
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. No trades.
This seller is open to offers via CatamaranSite escrow.

S/V Traveller is a 2014 Leopard 44 owners version sailing catamaran, for sale by owner. Privately owned, never chartered. She is lightly used as we bought her 9/2018 in pristine condition and continue to maintain her in excellent condition as we close in on six years of ownership.

Much of the work during our stewardship was preventive maintenance. We live on her for six months each year and she lays up each summer in Georgia and/or South Carolina. We have sailed most of Florida and the Bahamas, and yet she has still been a dock-princess for well over 90% of our ownership.

While docked for the summers, owner was onboard every 6-8 weeks to consistently exercise all systems to keep everything in top notch operating condition. She looks and operates like a boat half her age. Lots of recent upgrades to prepare her for sale.

Designed by the USA team of Gino Morrelli and Pete Melvin, the Leopard 44 is built in South Africa by Robertson and Caine. The Leopard 44 was “Boat of the Year” when introduced in 2011 with the judges positively commenting on performance, easy handling and the revolutionary forward cockpit.

The Leopard 44 features two cockpits, one fore and one aft with outside dining area protected by a functional hard-top bimini. Sailing the Leopard 44 is easy: both main and jib sheets lead to stoppers and self-tailing (electric) winches directly adjacent to the helm. The galley-up has ample storage and a huge drawer type fridge and freezer. No steps up or down anywhere on the salon level.

The 3-cabin layout features an owner-dedicated starboard hull with master stateroom, office area and large head with separate shower forward. The Leopard 44 represents Robertson and Caine’s innovative developments with modern features while remaining committed to the tried and tested features that have made the Leopard line one of the most sought after brands of catamarans globally. The Leopard 44 features the well known “front door” allowing an abundance of ventilation and seating area forward; a great place to lounge or dine.

Recent Upgrades

  • Custom built Eisenglass and Sunbrella Helm Enclosure
  • New Caribe 10.5' hypalon/neoprene dinghy with fiberglass hull
  • Rebuilt Northern Lights 6kw generator
  • Electric flush heads and new sanitation hoses
  • Deep wash, wax, detail, polish, and ceramic coating - 3 guys worked 5 days to complete
  • Yanmar 2000 hour engine service completed

Specifications
Catamaran Name:S/V Traveller
Model:44
Year Built:2014
Builder:Robertson And Caine
Designer:Morelli and Melvin
Construction:Textured fiberglass Balsa core
Loa:42 FT 7 inches (12.98 m )
Lwl:41 FT 8 inches (12.70 m)
Beam:23 FT 9 inches (7.25 m)
Draft:4 FT 2 inches / 1.27 m
Displacement:27,880 lb / 12,646 kg
Mast Height:70 FT 0 inches (21.3 m)
Fuel Tanks:200 gallons
Water Tanks:206 gallons
Holding Tanks:56 gallons
Cabins:3
Heads:3
Galley Location:Up
Engines:2 x Yanmar 3JH5E
Engine Hours:2300
Fuel Consumption:.5 gallons/hour/engine at 2000 rpm
Sails:Ullman made main
120% furling genoa
New main halyard and genoa sheets

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Accomodations

  • Two Cruise air/Domestic 16,000 BTU a/c units professionally installed in 2017, serviced in 2023
  • 3 electric quiet flush heads
  • 12v ventilation fans in each cabin and two in salon
  • Saloon table convertible to coffee table or bed
  • ROKU TV, microwave

Galley

  • Splendide 2100XC Washer/dryer built in
  • Vitrifrigo refrigerator/freezer
  • Force10 3 burner stove and oven

Electronics

  • Raymarine HD digital radar integrated into chart-plotter
  • Depth finder in port hull, depth/fish finder in starboard hull.
  • Raymarine eS97 9 inch hybrid touch multifunction display
  • 2, Raymarine color i70s multifunction displays
  • Raymarine Evolution autopilot, type 2 drive, p70 display
  • Navionics East Coast and Carribbean maps
  • Raymarine AIS650 Class B transceiver
  • Raymarine RAY60 vhf-fm with remote head
  • Raymarine autopilot remote control unit
  • wifi connect with raycontrol and rayview apps from remote iPad/iPhone

Enclosures

  • Pilot house/Helm enclosure new 2023
  • Aft cockpit enclosure with interchangeable screen and vinyl zip-in panels
  • Aft cockpit side and stern shade panels
  • Exterior shade screen for salon side windows
  • Interior privacy shades
  • Aft and forward cockpit Cushions, quick dry foam with removable/washable sunbrella
  • Flexi-teak flooring on aft cockpit/helm station
  • Dinghy cover

Electrical and Appliances

  • DC and USB connectors at helm, electrical panel, couch, and staterooms.
  • AC receptacle 5 in salon, 1 per bathroom, 1 per bedroom, owners desk, aft cockpit
  • 4, Lumitec SeablazeX underwater lights, selectable blue or white light
  • 4, 70 watt solar panels
  • Victron energy MPPT 100/50 solar charge controller
  • MagnaSine 2800 watt inverter – MS-2812 with remote control head/monitor
  • Quick SBC 700 NRG 12 volt 60 amp battery charger
  • 125 amp alternator on each Yanmar diesel.
  • Northern lights 6kw generator = 1280 hrs

Sails and Rigging

  • Ullman made main
  • 120% furling genoa
  • Three winches at helm station, two electrical/manual and one manual.
  • New main halyard and genoa sheets
  • All rigging with spare main halyard and spare genoa sheets

Engines

  • Yanmar SD-60 Saildrives upgraded from original SD-50’S
  • Flexofold 3 blade folding props
  • Yanmar 3JH5E, 39 hp, diesel engines (2300 hrs) just serviced
  • 2 fuel tanks, 185 gallons total
  • Carbon Monoxide Detector

Water Systems

  • Cruise RO 30 water maker (pickled for summer).
  • spare primary and secondary filters and spare pump
  • Central variable speed water pump with accumulator storage pressure tank
  • Two water tanks, approx 103 gallons each
  • Two black water tanks 28 gallon each side
  • Three heads each with sink, shower, electric flushing toilet
  • Outdoor shower with hot and cold water on port side aft
  • Exterior wash down, bow and stern connections

Anchoring

  • 66 pound spade S140 anchor with 165 ft chain
  • Large fortress with 20 ft chain and 200 ft line in bow lazarette ready for use
  • 55 pound delta spare
  • Quick 1000 watt windlass, new remote control 2024
  • Two anchor bridles

Dinghy

  • 2024 Caribe 10.5 ft fiberglass hull dinghy with storage locker
  • 2014 15 hp Yamaha four stroke

Since purchasing in September 2019, here is a partial list of maintenance and upgrade items

  • Dyneema Main halyard 2020
  • All line rigging; reef lines, lazy jacks, topping lift, genoa sheets 2020
  • Sirius radio antenna, stereo, and marine speakers 2023
  • Raw water pumps 2019
  • Starboard heat exchanger 2021
  • Engine belts and hoses 2023
  • Traveler blocks 2020
  • RTIC Deck cooler 2021
  • New AGM house batteries and 2800 watt inverter 2022
  • Upgraded helm seat and cushions 2022
  • Helm Enclosure 2023
  • Generator service new exhaust manifold expansion tank, heat exchanger core, belt, thermostat, flush and fill, exhaust temp sensor, raw water lift pump 2024
  • Engine cover hatch frames and port forward hatches and frames 2023
  • 4 new high speed bilge pumps 2022
  • Rigging inspection and minor adjustments 2021
  • Engine Exhaust elbows 2022
  • Smart plugs for shore power 2021
  • Two new electric flush heads and three new macerator pumps 2022 and 2024
  • New sanitation hoses 2023
  • Three start batteries for engines and generator 2022
  • Windlass Gypsy 2021
  • Windlass remote 2024
  • Fuel polishing 2022
  • Repair starboard rear sugar scoop deck fiberglass 2021
  • Hot water heaters 2022 and 2023
  • Replaced microwave, TV, fans 2022
  • New 10.5 foot Caribe dinghy 2024
  • 2000 hour Yanmar engine service including rebuilt starboard alternator 2023
  • Engine room blower vent fans 2024
  • Complete exterior wash, wax, detail, and ceramic coating April 2024
  • This list is in addition to regular maintenance like oil changes, bottom cleaning, zincs, fuel filters, bottom paint, house water pumps, switches, relays, washing/waxing and other miscellaneous repairs.

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