GOOD VIBES Leopard 53 Powercat | From EUR€ 25,000/wk

Award winning design with comfortable interior and excellent performance

GOOD VIBES Leopard 53 Powercat | From EUR€ 25,000 /wk

Power catamaran GOOD VIBES is a 15.40 metres (50' 6") award winning Leopard 53 Powercat built in 2021 by Robertson & Caine. With space, stability and efficiency combined with comfort and luxury, she exudes style without compromising on performance. She offers a modern interior as well as plenty of outdoor entertaining space and can host six guests in three queen cabins. Her two experienced crew members will take care of guests during the charter.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF GOOD VIBES: ~Spacious cockpit and flybridge ~On deck fridges and grill ~Large teak table for comfortable dining ~At anchor stabilisers ~Air conditioning ~WiFi

GOOD VIBES Specifications

Type/Year:Leopard 53 Powercat/2021 
Beam:7.67m (25' 2") 
L.O.A.:15.40m (50' 6") 
Max Speed:22 knots 
Engines:2 Yanmar V8 370HP engines 
Cruise Speed:17.5 knots 

The large flybridge lends itself to sociable charters, with a u-shaped seat around the table, additional port seating adjacent to the starboard helm station, sun pads, fridge and grill. The dining space can be covered by a bimini to offer protection from the sun or less favourable weather. Sunbathing is a must while relaxing on the generous foredeck sun pads where guests take advantage of the excitement offered by a power catamaran. Al fresco dining opportunities are provided on the aft deck with a comfortable curved dining bench, teak table and additional seating. A few steps on either the port or starboard side lead down to the swim platform from where guests can enjoy a wide selection of water activities.

Glass doors lead into the cool atmosphere of the main salon, with its neutral modern d├ęcor, panoramic windows and comfortable furnishings. The galley is fitted with state-of-the-art appliances, beautiful counter tops and plenty of storage. The cream leather sofas and light wood dining table are situated forward in the salon to make the most of the views up front.
Guest accommodation is on the lower deck.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

The three cabins are cleverly laid out to provide generous and private spaces for guests. The master suite is the full length of the starboard hull and provides a queen bed, lounge/dressing area, plenty of wardrobe space and a contemporary bathroom. The two VIP guest cabins in the port hull also boast queen sized beds and quality ensuite bathroom facilities. Generous windows and light furnishings ensure the cabins are bright and welcoming. There are also additional accommodation bunks for the crew.

Charter Amenities and Extras

Tech: ~53-inch TV on a motorized lift in the salon ~43-inch TV in the master cabin ~stereo system with multiple controls inside and on deck ~Bluetooth Tender and toys: ~Brig Falcon 380 HT Dinghy w Yamaha F 50H ~Water Skis ~4x Water Hammocks ~Underwater Scooter ~E-Scooter ~E-Bicycle ~Fun Tube

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EUR€ 25,000 - 30,000/wk

Leopard Yachts (formerly Cantiere Navale Arno) history dates back to 1907, when the Picchiotti family founded the shipyard "Giuseppe Picchiotti and Sons". However, the shipyard which we know today under the brand Leopard Yachts, launched its first wooden boat in 1973.

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