The Leopard 47 power catamaran, ‘Jenica’ is the perfect balance of contemporary design, charter comforts and open space for your entire group to relax while cruising around the beautiful BVI!
The top level of a Leopard 47 is a the spacious flybridge. A centrally positioned helm station offers excellent all-around visibility for ease of maneuvering, and it’s equipped with a large color chartplotter, VHF radio, depth-sounder, and speedometer. Forward of the helm station are built-in, wrap around seating areas with cocktail tables and a wet bar. This design allows all the guests to sit up top with the captain while underway.
The main deck features an open-concept layout, with outdoor and indoor dining areas separated by a large sliding glass door. Inside there is a spacious saloon with forward-facing navigation station, a fully equipped galley with a serving window to the cockpit area. Sleek windows along the sides of the coach roof add to the elegant look of the deck and give the interior a light, voluminous feel, while louver steps on the foredeck shade the saloon.
The layout is clear and uncluttered with wide side decks, walk-through access to the aft swim platforms, a fitted propane barbecue, and an aft bench that converts into a swim platform. Aft-mounted davits allow for safe and easy stowage of the dinghy. The huge foredeck with louvered steps offers additional lounging and seating areas. The power catamaran ‘Jenica’ is fully air-conditioned and has a generator.
Below the main deck, the hulls of the power catamaran house four comfortable full-sized cabins, each with queen beds. All four cabins have their own en-suite baths, each with separate shower and electric heads, providing a comfortable retreat for all guests. ‘Jenica’ also has a convertible saloon which offers sleeping arrangements for up to two guests. This space is included as a double berth in the maximum capacity of your yacht.
Please note: deep see fishing is not permitted on any of our charter yachts, only recreational fishing which must be accompanied by a license.
Before leaving with your power catamaran, our operations team with complete a comprehensive systems briefing as well as a full navigational chart briefing to ensure you are comfortable and competent with the vessel.
Key features of ‘Jenica’ Leopard 47 Power Catamaran
The spacious Leopard 47 can accommodate a maximum of 12 guests (depending on your guest make up and if using all sleeping spaces), across 4 double cabins, 2 single cabins (non air conditioned and accessed from the top deck, typically only used by crew) and a convertible dining salon.
Below the main deck, the hulls of the Leopard house four comfortable full-sized cabins, each with queen beds. All four cabins have their own en-suite baths, each with separate shower and electric heads, providing a comfortable retreat for all guests.
The Leopard 47 also has a convertible saloon, which offers sleeping arrangements for up to two guests. This space is included as a ‘double berth’ in the maximum capacity of your yacht.
This yacht also has two forepeaks sleeping areas. The port forepeak is accessible through the forward port cabin and a hatch from the top of the hull. It is large enough for one adult and can be closed off from the forward port cabin side to provide separation. The starboard forepeak is only accessible from a hatch on top of the hull and comes equipped with a fold down bed – this space is NOT recommended for guests. Both forepeaks come with a fan, but are NOT air conditioned. Each forepeak IS included as a single berth, as well as the dining salon being included as a ‘double berth’ in the maximum capacity count of ’12’ on this yacht.
**If a captain is required they will be allocated the starboard forepeak cabin. If a captain and chef are required they will be allocated one of the interior cabins, limited the guests to 3 cabins and the salon**
‘Jenica’ Leopard 47 Power Catamaran equipment
Swimming ladder with teak steps
Multi-purpose aft bench seat converts to a swim platform for easy dinghy
or water sports access, or to a secure guard rail
Saloon table & settee to seat 8 people
2 – door front-opening fridge / freezer 60USgal / 220Ltr 12v refrigeration
Propane stove 3-burner with oven & broiler • Gas solenoid shut-off valve with control at switch panel & warning light at cooker
Double berths: Forward: 4ft 5in / 1.35m x 6ft 7in / 2m Aft: 4ft 9in / 1.45m x 6ft 7in / 2m
Washbasins • Vanity lockers with mirrors
Large bowl electric flushing toilets
2 x Cummins 4BT3.9 150HP engines
AM/FM radio & CD player
Speakers located in saloon, cockpit & flybridge • VHF radio with loudspeaker
ST60+ Tridata Display – depth & speed (via GPS)
All of our yachts are stocked with all the items needed to make your charter easy and hassle free. Each yacht comes complete with:
12′ Dingy with 15HP motor
Chart plotter/navigation system, in addition to hard copy hazard and navigation charts
Internet available for purchase
Charts, cruising and anchorage guide.
All bed linens, towels and beach towels
Kitchen appliances including; microwave, coffee maker, blender, toaster, hot water kettle
Provisions starter kit, which includes: dish soap, dish scrubber, roll of paper towels, cleaning spray, dish cloths, matches, marine toilet paper (for each head), travel toiletries (for each head), clothes pins
|Packages||Season A14 Dec - 30 Apr||Season B01 May - Jul 31
1 Nov - Dec 13
|Season CAugust 1 – Oct 31|
|4||10||$ 10,900||$ 9,900||starting from $ 5,700|
Summer rates vary based on week/month, please contract firstname.lastname@example.org for specific pricing
Weekly rates are based on a 7 night bareboat charter, starting and ending at noon.
A ‘Sleep Aboard’ option from 5pm the night prior to your charter is available at a rate of $50/person (subject to availability).
Charters can start on any day of the week (subject to availability).
Rates are for bareboat only, you have the option of a Training Captain for $200/day, a Captain for $175/day and a Chef for $150/day. If you wish to add a Captain and/or Chef, you will need to ensure you choose a yacht which has a cabin to accommodate them. Please note, crew gratuity is not included in these rates.
Are there any extra costs?
There is no extra ‘tax’ on top of your gross charter fee – what you see on our website is what you pay. The extra charges to consider are
Cruising Permits (a levy imposed by the BVI Government on all charters, runs $6 per person/per day)
National Parks Fee (between $25-$45 per boat, per trip, depending on how many people you have on board
VISAR (Virgin Island Search and Rescue, a collection of $5 per person is collected and passed on to the search and rescue team of volunteers who NEVER SAY NO to an emergency rescue at sea)
Hull Damage Waiver Insurance
Please note all New Year Charters are subject to a 10% surcharge.
We are here to help and welcome any and all questions on this and all the Yachts currently in the Virgin Traders Fleet.