• 38 Ft.

This four-cabin—this is a strong addition to the Leopard line. It’s roomy, sails well, is easy to handle and provides yet another attractive option in the starter-cat market.

  • Condition: Pre-owned
  • Year built: 01/2018
  • Location: Cebu
  • Speed: 0 Cruising (0 Top)
  • Horse Power: 30 HP
  • Hull Type: Fiberglass/composite
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Number of Engines: 1 engine

Full Description

She wont last long Mint Condition
As clean as the day she was launched from the factory

$270,000.00 / Php14,100,000.00
Original Owner Never Chartered

Year 2018
Length Overall 37 ft 6 in. / 11.43 m
Waterline Length 36 ft / 11.00 m
Beam 19 ft 9 in. / 6.04 m
Draft 3 ft 5 in. / 1.05 m
Sail Area 991 sq ft / 92 sq m
Mast Height 62 ft 8 in. / 19.10 m
Auxiliary Power 2 x 29 hp
Fuel Capacity 92 gal. / 350 l
Water Capacity 264 gal. /838 l
Berths 8 + 2 in forepeaks
Displacement 18,340 lbs / 8,300 kg
Heads 2
Showers 3

Last Antifouling 2018
Life Raft Lalizas 2018
Including a 2018 CL310 Highfield tender with 9.9 Yamaha Engine Valued at p400,000.00

Electronics Valued at p700,000.00 installed 2018

Raymarine Axiom 9 PRO MDF with 1kw Sonar
Quantum Radar
AIS 650 Class B transceiver
I70 Display
I60 Wind
P70 Auto Pilot
DST800 Tru-hull Depth/ Speed/ Temperature Smart Transducer
RV 200 real vision 3D Tru Hull Transducer Bronze
EPIRB Global Fix
House Bank Batteries Varna Blue Promotive

Northern Light Generator OM673L
Solar Charger / Regulator MPPT 350 2018
Parasailor Spinaker 124mm never used
Sheets 2×24, Guys 2×20, 2 blocks, shackles 4 all set up in 2018
Extra Spare Anchor
Extra Parts pums, impellors, filtersand belts

All the above Total upgrades with invoices to show

The hulls and deck are balsa-cored, reverting to solid laminate below the waterline. Furniture is assembled on molded trays, which are then craned into the hulls and bonded into place. Bulkheads are tabbed to the hull sides and bonded to the deck, which fits over the hull shoebox-style. In line with current boatbuilding trends the deck and hull are glued but not bolted together; the strength of the adhesive is adequate and the result is an extremely stiff boat.

The boat has a decent amount of working sail area, and the full-batten main is heavy enough that you are grateful for the 2:1 halyard purchase and low-friction Rutgerson luff cars.

Alternating between full main and one reef, and with full working jib, the 384 routinely achieved speeds in the 7s and sometimes 8s.. Sightlines from the helm station are very good, and the high-clewed jib has only the smallest of blind spots. The traveler is on the hardtop, and the sheet leads are well inboard on the cabin top, away from careless fingers.

As you’d expect, there is an abundance of lounging space. There’s room to stretch out on the cockpit benches, which are sheltered by the hardtop. You could also take 40 winks on the cabin top, though the trampoline was the favored place for the crew, whether under sail or at anchor. Side decks are wide, and coupled with the grab handles on the tall cabin top they make the passage forward and aft a safe and easy one.

The capacious bow lockers are dominated by the large water tanks but there is still room for plenty of cruising gear along with the fenders, windlass and chain. The cockpit contains two large lockers, which are occupied by the life raft and batteries.

Even in a comparatively small cat like this there is plenty of space to play with and the designers have used it wisely. The four sleeping cabins are all well sized and have an airy feel, thanks partly to the large hull ports. Headroom is more than adequate throughout. The three-cabin version, in which the starboard hull becomes an owner’s suite, should be deservedly popular with this market.

The heads/shower compartments are as big as they need to be and are easy to keep clean. Even with two teenagers on board, we did not manage to go through all the water during the week.
By doing away with the trademark Leopard “bleachers” and sloping forward portlights, M&M have gained extra room in the saloon. This has allowed them to push the settee forward to make enough room for the U-shaped galley. Not only is it well equipped with stowage and counter space, but it is extremely functional for cooking in almost any conditions. The cook must walk around the counter to get at the excellent two-drawer Vitrifrigo fridge/freezer, but that is a fair trade-off.

Interior styling is subdued but pleasant, and the trim and moldings are well fitted. The systems are all well installed, and the twin engines mean that batteries are quickly charged. The 384 also has a 60 watt solar panel on the cabintop, which no doubt helped keep the fridge cold.

The 30hp Yanmar diesels, running fixed props on saildrive legs, started easily and ran smoothly. Access to them is good via hatches on the sterns. Maneuverability is excellent, once you’ve mastered the tricks you can do with two engines spaced so far apart. Under power, the boat made an easy 7 knots at cruising revolutions in flat conditions.

This four-cabin—this is a strong addition to the Leopard line. It’s roomy, sails well, is easy to handle and provides yet another attractive option in the starter-cat market.

Good layout
Excellent galley
Good performance

Lacks stowage in cockpit
Mainsail heavy to handle


Headroom:6ft 8in (max)
Berths:6ft 8in x 5ft 2in (fwd), 6ft 8in x 4ft 11in (aft)

LOA: 37ft 6in
LWL: 36ft
Beam: 19ft 9in
Draft: 3ft 5in
Displacement: 19,790lb
Sail Area: 931sq ft (100% FT)
Fuel/Water/Waste (GAL): 92/206/30
Engine: 2 x 19hp Yanmar
Electrical: 3 x 210AH (384)
Designer: Morrelli & Melvin
Builder: Leopard Catamarans, Cape Town, South Africa,
Price: $411,860.00 As equipped New
Sail Area Displacement Ratio: 20
Displacement-Length Ratio: 189



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