There are four spacious double cabins all with ensuite heads. Each cabin has good ventilation along with a fan to keep you cool at night. There is plenty of storage space for clothes and personal items.
The well equipped galley has a stove with burners for you to create delicious meals on board, or just a quick cup of coffee with the percolator if you are eating ashore. The comfy saloon has enough room for everyone to eat inside. Alternatively just chill out in the saloon with a glass of wine in the evenings, keeping the chef company.
At the chart table you have a stereo radio that can be connected to your iPod via an auxiliary cable (remember to bring one with you).
The roomy cockpit has an elevated helm position leaving more space for you and your crew to relax under the shade of the hard top bimini. The large table and seating area can comfortably seat everyone for meals “en plein air”. There is walk through access to the swim platform with boarding ladder and external shower.
You have a battened main with stack pack and lazy jacks and a roller furling jib.
Anchoring is easy with the electric windlass
Please note we have several Leopard 43 in our fleet so the pictures may not be of the actual boat that you are on.
|No. Double Berths:||4|
|No. Single Berths:||0|
|Max Total Berth:||8|
|Engine:||2 x 39hp|
|Fuel Capacity:||95 Gallons|
|Water Capacity:||206 Gallons|
Thank you once again for the opportunity to Charter with Conch again, and the discount too that you offered our venture. We enjoyed our leopard 43, and she sailed well in high winds, and maneuvered quite well in tight areas. The 80 mooring balls were full at Norman, as we negotiated our way around them, trying to set anchor, then gave up, as sun was setting quickly, so we headed over to soldier bay for the evening.Weather couldn't have been better this past week. Fair winds, and calm seas until the last two days out. The stability in a cat, in any harbour, and mooring is quite amazing. I quite enjoyed that aspect.Always a pleasure seeing the folks there, the growth on the island, and the industry chartering has become.We stayed on a couple of days to further enjoy Roadtown, and Fort Burt. Cheers, and thanks again Cindy, Brian, Megs & Mike, Laura, and Ian.Eva IvanovGooderham Sunday, 14th June 2015
Our Leopard 43 was an absolutely fantastic yacht. Having primarily chartered with a another company I was a bit skeptical of the yacht's age, but Sail Pending showed beautifully and it was clear Conch works hard to ensure these vessels are well maintained. All sails and rigging were in near perfect condition and it actually looked as if the lines were recently replaced. The yacht really hit its mark on a broad reach: pure sailing heaven. The galley, saloon and cabins were all clean and all equipment functioned perfectly. The only minor issue we had was one toilet leaked from the base while pumping; we used this head as a shower only, and it created no inconvenience. When chartering, we've learned that you must accept a certain degree of mechanical issue, as there are just so many systems on!Jason Riebold Monday, 18th May 2015