Launched in 2007 by McConaghy Boats in New Zealand, the 30m (100’) super maxi yacht Leopard 3 was conceived by Farr Yacht Design with styling by Ken Freivokh.
Her conception, her 47 metre Southern Spars carbon mast, and her canting keel make her one of the fastest sailing yachts in the world, capable of top speeds in excess of 35 knots under sail.
Following a four year successful race campaign and multiple world records, Leopard 3 has evolved through a 2012 interior refit adding three luxurious en suite double guest cabins and two single guest cabins, into a yacht also available for the charter market.
Broad, companionway carbon steps lead down to a spacious saloon. Elegant, minimalist and modern the saloon is filled with home comforts and comfortably seats 12. There is a large dining table to port surrounded by ample seating in appealing rich fabrics. The furnishings are creams, whites and pines, increasing the sense of space.
The open cockpit encompasses seating for eight around a custom designed, carbon-folding table. This spacious guest area is free from control lines and deck gear and has a fully convertible cockpit bimini system for guests wanting to protect themselves from the sun.
Cruising AreaLeopard 3 is available for charter in the Caribbean.
What's On Board
Meet The Crew
Chris, Leopard’s Class IV boat Captain, has 20 years industry experience and is highly regarded on the private charter, racing and corporate charter circuits. Originally from Perth in Australia, Chris has worked on London property developer Mike Slade’s boats for over 20 years. His role began on the 81ft Ocean Leopard, followed by the Farr 80 Longobarda and finally successfully skippering Leopard’s predecessor, Leopard of London.
Charlotte has been cooking on boats for fifteen years during which time she has prepared many styles of cuisine for an array of nationalities and loves the travel and the challenges of cooking onboard. In her free time you are most likely to find Charlotte ski-ing, travelling or cooking and she loves discovering new restaurants and dishes.
Nick joined Leopard in June 2013 fresh from New Zealand having completed his STCW 95 and Yachtmasters. Nick started sailing at the age of seven and has been around boats for fishing and sailing all his life. Nick completed his studies last year and has chosen a career in super yachts.
Suzy comes from one of the South coast’s (UK) best known sailing families. She has been around sailing yachts all her life and started to compete in dinghies at age of six with the Royal Southern yacht club. Suzy has waitressing experience from one of the finest restaurants in Hampshire. Suzy endeavours to study engineering at university next year. Suzy is an outgoing, hard working and well educated asset to Leopard’s team as stewardess