Leopard 46 Powercat
  • Cabins: 3 or 4
  • Heads: 3 or 4
  • Berths: 6 or 8

Leopard 46 Powercat

You’ve never experienced freedom quite like this before.

Whether it’s leisurely cruising or an adrenaline-filled jaunt, the Leopard 46 offers possibilities like no other catamaran. Expertly built by Robertson & Caine and designed by naval architects Simonis Voogd, the powerboat styling of the Leopard 46 is inspired by the majestic waters off the coast of South Africa where Leopard Catamarans are meticulously sea-trialed.

If it’s style you seek, look no further. Clean and modern lines give definition to the sleek profile that is unmistakably a Leopard Catamaran. The hull side window is a full-length rectangular shape with the option of different portlight configurations. Vertical coach roof windows allow for easier fitment of the forward cockpit door. All coach roof windows are flat toughened glass for optical clarity.

Entertaining is effortless. The Leopard 46 provides ample outdoor living space that can be relished under the sun or stars. Comfortable seating is conducive for conversations about the day’s conquests or just a place to quietly reflect on life at sea.

Venture inside and discover every anticipated detail, from the recessed LED task lighting to the new, soft furnishing for the settees. Gloss white galley locker doors and countertops can be upgraded to a matte beige finish. The Galley Serving Area, an additional space at the aft end of the saloon, provides an extended entertainment area complete with a large counter for food and drink preparation, ample storage lockers for crockery and food and a drinks locker.

Private quarters, available in three- or four-cabin layouts with ensuite heads, are inviting with generous floorspace and wide bunks that are accessible from each side. Here, you can move about effortlessly and set up home with all your personal effects. Most notably, cabins feel like true private quarters, with comfortable beds, soft furnishings and smart lighting that avoids glare and dark spots and instead casts warm, consistent lighting throughout the room. All cabins include their own private ensuite heads, with the primary suite head featuring a vanity mirror with a semi-translucent perimeter strip and concealed lighting. The three-cabin owner's suite boasts a large walk-in closet, desk, and double vanity.

A separate engine room is completely sealed off from the living space, substantially reducing engine noise and odors. Here, access can be found via a large deck hatch with a step ladder for easy entry. All major systems, complete with intuitive functionality, are housed in the engine room.


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  • LOA: 46 ft 4 in / 14.13 m
  • LWL: 46 ft 2 in / 14.06 m
  • Beam: 24 ft 1 in / 7.34 m
  • Draft: 3 ft 1 in / 0.94 m
  • Bridgedeck Clearance: 2 ft 6 in / 0.75 m
  • Max height above W.L. (excl. antenna stalks): 18 ft 6 in / 5.64 m


  • Engine: Yanmar 250hp x2
  • Engine Upgrade: 320hp, 370hp
  • Propeller Dimensions: 4-blade 22in x 20in (370hp option)
  • Maximum Speed (in light ship conditions): 23.5 Knots
  • Cruising Speed (in light ship conditions): 16 Knots
  • Engine Max Power: 250 HP
  • Max Power RPM: 3800 rpm
  • Engine No. Cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: 475 gal / 1800 L


  • Water: 185 gal / 700 L
  • Displacement: 36945 lbs / 16758 kg
  • Load Carrying Capacity: 10679 lbs / 4844 kg
  • Holding Tank Capacity: 42 gal / 160 L

All Leopard Catamarans are NMMA and CE Certified.

Speed and range figures can vary depending on measurement conditions and fuel quality. All specifications are to be confirmed by customer prior to purchasing.


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