Leopard 46 Powercat

The Leopard 46 Powercat stands proudly as the second in a new range of powercats

that have benefited from almost 30 years of accumulated design experience, as well as an injection of new thinking.

Built by South African boat builder Robertson and Caine, the Leopard 46 Powercat was designed with one goal in mind ­– to provide pure comfort and performance compared to the best of its competitors.

“In evaluating the final design, we believe that we have managed to give the Leopard 46PC a character of its own. It stands proudly as the second in a new range of powercats that have benefited from almost 30 years of accumulated design experience, as well as an injection of new thinking. We anticipate that it will surpass the high standard that owners and charterers have come to expect from the Leopard Catamarans brand,” says Robertson and Caine’s Chief Engineer Anthony Key.

Leopard 46 PC Web Main Deck Layout

Following in the footsteps of the award-winning Leopard 53 Powercat, the new Leopard 46 Powercat brings you all the style, luxury, outdoor living spaces, and home-away-from-home accommodations and comfort of her big sister.

Leopard 46 PC Web 3 Cabin Layout

Leopard 46 PC Web 4 Cabin Layout

The Leopard 46 Powercat comes in a three- or four-cabin layout. The three-cabin owner’s suite boasts a large walk-in closet, desk, and a double vanity. Forward VIP guest cabins offer spacious, island berths and en-suite heads.

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B8 Saloon 01 Coffee Table

Accommodations have been enhanced to make you feel at home with new soft furnishings, very comfortable beds, and great use of space.


The outside cockpit areas are an extension of the interior, all uniting to create a feeling of space and airiness.


The forward end of the saloon opens onto a sunny lounging area, complete with adjustable recliners.

B8 Aft Cockpit 05The aft cockpit is a simple, well-proportioned U-shaped settee with a large dining table-sized to seat eight comfortably.


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The flybridge adds a whole alternative seating area and can be used while underway or as an elevated position to enjoy sundowners or even a light meal at anchor. The space is protected by a composite-molded hardtop, which has a newly incorporated “spoiler” along its aft end to reduce excessive turbulence from entering the aft flybridge sundeck when underway.

The main helm station is situated in the flybridge area, and provides a large comfortable seating position, with a commanding all-round view.

Key Features Designed with You in Mind ­–

New Styling:

  • Along with the Leopard 53 Powercat, styling is a breakaway from existing design language.
  • More powerboat-orientated style
  • Simple, clean, elegant lines
  • Hull side window is full length rectangular shape to allow different opening portlight configurations
  • Vertical coachroof windows allow for easier fitment of forward cockpit door
  • Coachroof windows are flat toughened glass for optimum optical clarity



  • Spacious flybridge
    • Large aft cockpit
    • Forward lounging area
    • Molded hardtop over fly
    • Full-length hull windows


Interior Upgrade:

  • Based broadly on the award-winning Leopard 53 Powercat
  • New matt beige finish on galley locker doors and some countertops (in place of gloss white)
  • New integrated backsplash around galley worktop.
  • More indirect lighting
  • Lighting LED “temperature” is consistent throughout boat
  • New soft furnishing for the settees


B8 Saloon 01 Coffee Table 

Salon and Galley:

Salon Features
• Seating and inside helm station (optional)
• Coffee table or dining table options
• Forward access to deck
• New soft furnishings for settees


B8 Galley 01 

Galley Features
• Forward facing L-shaped galley to port
• New “galley serving area” to starboard
• Improved interior lighting


Additional Area at Aft End of Saloon (Galley Serving Area)

  • Contains storage lockers for cutlery/crockery/food
  • Incorporated drinks locker
  • Mounting space for optional undercounter icemaker or wine cooler
  • Large counter for drinks/food preparation


B8 Fwd Port Cabin 03 

Larger Cabins:

  • All bunks are wide, comfortable, and accessible from the side
  • Increased Floorspace


Improved Interior Lighting:

  • Main interior illumination is by continuous LED strip lights hidden behind pelmets
  • Task lighting (over galley and where required) is by recessed LED spotlights
  • Care has been taken to ensure that the “temperature” range (in other words the color) is the same for all interior lights
  • Goal has been to create soft overall lighting, avoiding glare and dark spots
  • Owner heads features a vanity mirror with semi-translucent perimeter strip and concealed lighting


Separate Engine Rooms:

  • Completely sealed off from living space
  • Access is via large deck hatch with step ladder to aid entry
  • All major systems are housed in the engine rooms
  • Engine noise is substantially reduced, and engine room odors are eliminated
  • Excellent access to engines and systems


Length overall – 46’4″ / 14.13 m
Length overall (including platform) – 47’5″ / 14.44 m
Length Waterline – 46’2″ / 14.06 m
Beam max – 24’1″ / 7.34 m
Draft (half load) – 3’1″ / 0.94 m
Bridgedeck Clearance (half load) – 2’6″ / 0.75 m
Overall Height above Water Line, including Nav Light Pole (Half load) – 18’6″ / 5.64 m
Displacement (Light ship) – 36,945 lbs / 16,758 kg
Load carrying capacity – 10,679 lbs / 4,844 kg
Fresh water capacity – 185 gal / 700 L
Fuel capacity – 488 gal / 1850 L
Holding tank capacity – 42 gal / 160 L
Standard Engine – Yanmar 4LV250
Engine Max Power – 250 hp
Engine Number of Cylinders – 4




For more information, visit: https://www.leopardcatamarans.com/ or contact: yachtsales@catamarans.com

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