A boat of any size is a fairly major financial commitment. The more often you use it the better value to you it is. A large luxurious yacht sitting in a marina pen except for the occasional day sail is not good use of hard earned money unless you are a lot wealthier than I am. This, of course, is not the case if you’re a live aboard, race or cruise extensively, but I see large lovely boats, sail, multi, mono and power that never seem to leave their pens or moorings except for the annual pullout, clean and antifoul.
Australian sailors have always embraced new design innovations, especially when they lead to better performance, and more liveable accommodation spaces. The award-winning line of Leopard Catamarans achieves a totally new level of performance, comfort and style. Built in South Africa by well respected boat builders Robertson & Caine and designed by Naval Architects Simonis-Voogd, Leopard have set a new standard for contemporary cruising catamarans.