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Our newer, larger, more luxurious Leopard 46 sailing catamaran.

Leopard 46

DESTINY III is a Leopard 46 fast cruising, sailing catamaran built in South Africa by Robertson and Caine, and designed by Gino Morelli and Pete Melvin.

 

She is a good looking cat with high, almost plumb bows streamlined to provide both cruising comfort and above average sailing speed.

 

The Layout

We can accommodate up to 6 guests for overnight charters and up to 12 guests for day sails.


The layout includes one single and four queen-sized cabins with en suite heads; each with separate shower stalls and electric toilets. One cabin is reserved for the captain. 

 

All cabins, as well as the main saloon, are fully air conditioned.

 

With a 25ft. beam, Destiny III has a large and comfortable cockpit.

 

Both inside and outside dining tables can seat 8 guests giving options of having meals inside or out. 

Open Space

The large open space is a great advantage of this yacht as the cockpit and saloon are made as a one-level area, which creates a large living space.

 

The galley is ideally positioned to use this open space - and hardtop over the cockpit extends aft from the saloon roof providing both striking looks and a useful shaded covered area.

 

Amenities

We have stand-up paddle boards, fishing gear, snorkeling gear, 12 ft inflatable with 20 HP Yamaha outboard, flat screen TV with DVDs, satellite radio with music categories for everyone.

 

A fold-down platform is a nice addition aft of the cockpit, as it gives easy access to swimming or diving off the boat. When it is raised while underway, the platform creates a secure bench seat and barrier.

The forward netting and steps provide more seating and lounging areas with comfortable cushions. 

The raised helm station with a separate hardtop allows full 360-degree views providing excellent visibility when sailing and navigating through the clear Bahamas waters.