Somerset Cat at the Port of Bundaberg

Somerset Cat

Leopard 4700

Year: 2001

Length: 47? – 14.32m

Beam: 24’9”, 7.40m.

Draft: 4’4’, 1.33m.

Displacement: 22,420. Lbs, 10,170kg.

Keel / Ballast: Innovative Leopard design Mini Keels

Designer: Simonis Voogd

Builder: Robertson and Caine

Hull Material: GRP

Decks Materia: GRP

Engines: Twin Yanmar 4JH-3E 56HP Diesels Engine temperature alarm Racor fuel filters Automatic & manual bilge pumps

Engine Room: Shaft driven Max props, Temperature and oil pressure alarms, Auto and manual bilge pumps.
Sound insulated engine rooms with good access from aft hatch Inspection hatch in aft staterooms.

Genset: 7.6kw diesel

Fuel: 158 US Gals in 2 tanks

Water: 200 US gals. Specter 150 Reverse osmosis desalinator, 6.5 gal/hr.

Dinghy: 12’ Caribe.

Outboard: 25HP Electric start Yamaha 4 stroke.

Covers: Genoa UV wrap New Vinyl Bimini with sunbrella side and rear shades and plexi wind screen,
Shower 4 in heads plus aft deck rinse off, Toilets 4

Accommodation: Below deck, you’ll find four (4) spacious private staterooms with en suite heads
and showers. Each cabin features a large double berth, overhead lighting, adjustable reading lamps, electric fans, full size
hanging lockers with shelving and a full length dress mirror on the cabin door. A large overhead hatch with blind and numerous
portholes provides ventilation. Each of the four amidships heads has a large shower.

Saloon: The Saloon features a U-shaped settee which seats 8 to 10 adults comfortably with discrete
but spacious storage under the seating. The varnished beech saloon table converts to provide an additional double berth
or coffee table. Soft overhead lighting, quality fabrics and Beechwood finishes give a warm atmosphere to the Leopard 47
interior. Large windows with deluxe fitted blinds provide superb panoramic views and allow natural light to flood in, while
ceiling fans and forward portholes maximize ventilation for a wonderfully airy feel.

Cockpit: The Main sheet Traveller is positioned overhead on the trademark “Targa” arch at the aft end
of the cockpit. This arrangement makes the Cockpit area very safe, provides a permanent support for the Bimini and allows
direct walk-through access from the
cockpit to the aft platform, great for swimming or boarding a dinghy. The Navigation instruments
are all located at the steering console and over sized Lewmar Winches for main and jib handling are
within easy reach of the Helm. The double helmsman’s seat can be tilted forward or back, providing
additional seating facing the cockpit when the helm is not in use.

Galley: For entertaining, you’ll appreciate the refreshingly practical Galley layout featuring soft curves,
plentiful storage and Corian head resistant work surfaces throughout. Standard appliances include a new frigaboat 12v system
with keel coolers, double S/S sinks and 4 burner force ten gas stove with oven and grill.

Refrigeration: New Frigoboat 12v systems with keel coolers, Smart Speed Controls, LED digital readouts,
for the freezer and adjacent refrigerator, additional Seafrost 12v re-fridge by sink.

Ground Tackle: 60 lb CQR type, fabricated, chrome on 300’ BBB 3/8” chain. 38lb Bruce with
50’3/8”chain and 150’3/4” triple twist nylon. Safety Gear 10 man Plastimo life raft, 14 life jackets, MOB pole/strobe
light/ring, Life sling

Electrics: 7.6KW Diesel generator plus 4x180AH Lead/acid house batteries, 2x engine starter
batteries with shut offs 12v and 110v breaker panels Gen remote start at Nav table with all gauges.
RC5 remote digital panel for charger/inverter. Duo Gen Water/wind generator. 2x solar panels 120W
2×10,000 BTU AC units. Clarion surround sound system with 4x speakers, Bose, in cabin and
cockpit, 2 additional foredeck. Dual shore cables

Electronics: The Navigation Station with upgraded instrumentation panel is situated to starboard of
the Saloon. The Chart Table has a reading light, shelving, a locker below for additional storage and the switch panel for
diverse equipment including Generator, Stereo, VHF, 12V Socket, AC Outlet and Shore Power. The extensive package
includes Raymarine E-80 chart plotter at the helm station, Raymarine Sonar, Raymarine 48nm Radar together with
Raymarine ST60 depth and log, water temperature and distance capabilities. Standard VHF at nav station together with
new Icom 802 SSB with DSC New Icom M32 handheld VHF.

Sail Inventory: Main and Genoa, 1600sq ft Spinnaker. Spare Main and Genoa available. Mast/Rigging:
Genoa on ProFurl roller, 2 Lewmar 44 winches on mast, 2 Lewmar 54 Main and Genoa sheet winches, 1 Lewmar 44 Main
traveller and dingy lift in cockpit.

Mast / Rigging: Genoa on ProFurl roller 2 Lewmar 44 winches on mast 2 Lewmar 54 Main and Genoa
sheet winches 1 Lewmar 44 Main traveller and dingy lift in cockpit.

Deck Gear: The deck offers a large aft platform which allows easy access onto the boat. The Leopard’s
trademark “targa” traveller affords unparalleled ease of movement in and out of the cockpit. High bow locker, two lazarette
lockers and three cockpit lockers are supplied for extensive storage. There is a fixed cockpit table with hinged extension.
The louvered windows give the interior protection
from the midday sun and easy access to the cabin top. Deck fittings have been carefully studied forease of handling, such
as the covered anchoring system, which keeps weight off the bow and the deck clear of anchors and chain. The powerful
electric windlass is also positioned to aid with hoisting the mainsail if desired.