These yachts are located in Antigua
If my house does not sell soon, I need to sell one of these boats so I have a chance of sailing this winter. Hopefully my house will sell soon and I can remove the listings.
If you have money
and are serious, please send me a message with a further inquiry.
2012 Leopard 39 - $55k USD
3 Cabin/2 head
It is a good project
and hulls are good and overall no major 'structural' damage or cracking, but will require a fair amount of work
was flipped upside down during the storm.
As a result there is damage to the roof, such that the ceiling height has reduced to about 5'10" in the main saloon
and there is some damage to the sliding door frame. The door itself is missing. There is also damage to the corner cabinetry in the kitchen aft. Needs a new fridge. Berths including owners sliding door are in good condition. Some varnish work
to be done in a few areas.
There is also a part of one bow that is missing where the watertight compartment is. There is also some damage to the other bow, and a some along the sides. Some tabbing on the inside. Some crackind around one crossbeam mount. Overall, there is fair-moderate fibreglass damages but all very repairable. Also needs a few windows, and most hatches. Currently the deck
of the catamaran
needs to be cleaned of some barnacles
, but the rest of the boat
is clean. Rubrail
is still currently intact.
Vessel has one rotating engine
and two good sail drives. Saildrives will require new diaphrams, and there is only one propeller
. The good engine
needs freshwater water pump
installed and needs new starter, alternator
etc. Also included are two more parts
engines, one of which I believe should rotate as well, once attempted. Also included is one rudder
, and I believe there is another post as well too which is damaged at the bottom which could be rebuilt if you needed a temporary/or longer possibly rudder
. Keels are in good condition. No winches. No GPS
, engine start panels
, or interior water
pumps. The throttle lever control will have to be replaced.
The main electrical panels
are intact but water
damaged. Some of the wiring
is usable, but some will need to be replaced, special consideration to 120v, but a duplicate panel could "bolt in" for the panel above the fridge new fusable links can be purchased for the lower panel.
Hartop is intact and in place, but damaged. There is no 'helm cover' though, and the helm
seat itself is missing, but the seat posts and railings are there. Included is also a dinghy
davit, but no hardtop posts (that the dinghy davits
mounts too). Pretty well most stainless stantions are missing, but there are some good cletes and damaged bow seats and pushpits. All the interior
ceiling vinyl panels are present to take patterns from and some could be reused.
Included is a full length mast
which has an extra spice 4ft up from the base. There is some corrosion
on the mast
and boom but very usable. Has spreaders. Needs to be completed and rigged, some cables
are included. Included is a mainsail
in very good condition. I think there is a lazy bag.
New crossbeam is needed. A good one and/or repairable may be available - not sure yet. New trampoline is needed.
Currently, there is another boat
available to rake a roof and bow mold
I also have mattress' and saloon cushions
from a another different boat we could negotiate, as well as some smaller items.
Some Photos of the 39:
2013 Leopard 44 - $210k USD
4 cabin/4 head
3JH5E with SD50
Damaged in the storm, took on some water on the port side to the floorboards - almost everything is now repaired. Just needs about $20-30k in parts/labour to finish her off. (including: final gelcoat
, trampoline, couple water pumps, gps
, couple engine gauges, one engine and rudder need reinstalling, the new supplied crossbeam installed, halyards, vhf
, fridge thermostat, 2 fixed acrylic hull
Excellent mast and standing rigging
Boat is further along than the photos.
Photos of the 44: