The Moorings 4800 follows in the footsteps of the popular Moorings 4600, the best-selling Moorings model to-date. What sets the Moorings 4800 apart is, not only its space, but the introduction of a large forward cockpit with access to the saloon.
The new Leopard 48 (Moorings 4800), designed by architects Simonis-Voogd and built by Robertson & Caine, offers excellent performance under sail and state of the art amenities. This yacht is the perfect vacation platform, ideal for a crew of 6 but spacious enough for up to 8.
Aboard this special 3-cabin model yacht, guests will find two cabins in the port hull, which leaves the starboard hull dedicated to a very spacious owner’s suite complete with roomy double berth, work station and large private washroom. To port a single forepeak berth is available for additional storage or sleeping
accommodation, accessible via deck hatch.
Guests can enjoy a number of luxurious features on this upgraded model including a large forward cockpit with access to the main saloon. This forward cockpit was first seen on the multiple award winning Leopard 44, and is now available on this Leopard 48! Additional upgrades include a teak deck, an extra water tank and an extra refrigerator in the cockpit.
The Leopard 48 3-cabin is fully equipped with a flat screen TV, solar panels, generator, inverter, and air conditioning. The modern galley includes all the cooking conveniences for meals afloat, and the saloon’s U-shaped settee ensures ample space and full view of your natural surroundings. For an alfresco dining experience or evening cocktails, the aft cockpit offers a large dining table with wrap-around seating plus stools. Down below, there are three air-conditioned staterooms with private en suite bath, including an enclosed shower and electric flushing toilet.
Adding to her ease of navigation and use, the Leopard 48 is outfitted with a raised helm station for excellent 360-degree visibility, a full suite of upgraded navigation electronics, an electric windlass with foot switch, twin Yanmar 54 hp engines, and sail controls led to the helm.