Apart from having a large outdoor deck and broad walkways along both sides, the boat had been designed to house four cabins. This means that it is able to accommodate four couples onboard. There are two large heads and separate shower stalls on the port side as well as on the starboard. The cockpit is spacious and outside dining area is covered by a hard top Bimini. The galley is also open and rear-facing, making it possible to install a bar overlooking the dining area and the saloon, for those who want to enjoy the sea view while relaxing at the back of the boat.
The Leopard 40 claimed 2005 “Boat of the Year” in Cruising World Magazine owing to two standout features – the first being the incredible speed on water and the second one ease of handling.
Four cabins, two large heads, and separate shower stalls in a boat that sails excellently well – you really cannot ask for more!