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Leopard 40 PC - Maximum comfort in compact size

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After the 53 PC and the 46 PC, the Leopard shipyard is expanding its range revealing the 40 PC. A smaller powercat, but one that uses the same recipes as her predecessors to attract first-time buyers or to expand the product range of charter companies.
Test location: Miami (Florida - USA)
Conditions: Wind 3 to 4 knots, flat sea

Leopard Catamarans, with its partners The Moorings and Sunsail, have been very well established in the catamaran charter business for years. This success continues in the sailing sector and is increasingly being extended to the powercat sector. To meet this demand - but also that of private owners - Leopard launched the 53 PC, then last year the 46 PC and now the 40 PC, which replaces the 43 PC. The first characteristic of this new model is of course its size, a little smaller. This is not a trivial element, since with this 40-footer, the brand intends to attract first-time buyers, but it also offers a more economical and easier-to-maneuver alternative for charter.
The idea of the 40-footer is also to propose the same level of comfort as on a larger unit, and so we naturally find many elements already present on her two big siblings. To carry out this mission, the brand called on well-known naval architect Alexander Simonis.
At first glance, the family resemblance is obvious. There is a stocky - but not so massive - silhouette, a large coachroof set back a bit and a prominent flybridge with a T-...

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