Leopard – 48

Florida, United States

Miriada is a fully-equipped 2013 Leopard 48 sailing catamaran, with four full cabins, a crew cabin, and two heads.  This was the four cabin four head model but two heads have been converted to a laundry and a pantry.  They could be reverted back to heads as the plumbing is still in place. The dedicated laundry center is forward to starboard and the pantry forward to port. Miriada is a clean vessel with no history of hurricane damage and was never in bareboat charter.  The boat is fully off grid, has all major safety features available, and produces plenty of water, power, and fun each day for any family’s needs. Main engines are Yanmar 4JH5E non-ECU motors with an estimated 4800 hours. The 2500W solar panels are complemented with a Northern Lights 9 kW genset.

Comments from the current owners:

Our perfect family cruising boat, Miriada, is for sale. Due to health concerns we have to move back to land, and we would love to see this boat take another family on a new adventure!


Major Upgrades and Features:

  • Full B&G Navigation suite upgrade in 2019: 12” Zeus 3 at helm, 7” Zeus 3 in master stateroom and custom salon nav station glass helm with remote
  • Max-Prop Easy 18” 4-blade feathering props with rope cutters 2020
  • Victron Quattro 5000VA and 2nd Victron Multi 3000VA inverter, 340A total max charging capacity 2021
  • 1260ah Lithionics lithium house bank 4x 315 GTX, 2021
  • Twin Balmar 170A alternators with external regulators and centerfielder 2022
  • 2500W LG and Victron hard solar panels on custom aft arch and helm roof rack, 6 MPPTs solar controllers, no solar on coach roof
  • 2023 Highfield 380 with 2021 Yamaha 25hp 4-stroke electric start
  • New rudders 2023, lower rudder bearing housing replaced 2024
  • Isotherm Cruise 6.5 cu ft indoor and 4.5 cu ft outdoor refrigerator/freezers 2021
  • 60 GPH Seawater Pro watermaker with custom cherry wood control panel 2021
  • Forward and aft Sunbrella fabric cockpit cushions 2021
  • MHC premier series mattress in master 2021
  • Grohe 12in Rainshower head and handle system with track bar in master head 2022
  • Freshwater flush on starboard head
  • Mack Sails Code 0 with Bamar EVO 20 hardware 2021
  • Ullman Sails: Main sail and Genoa 2021
  • Mackpack Stackpack (Gray) 2021, zipper replaced 2023
  • Full boat vinyl wrap in Matte Terra Cotta 2021
  • Full helm enclosure in Gray
  • Hull walnut blasted, barrier coated and two anti-foul coats 2020 annual haul outs since, each with remaining top coat sanded and new full coat applied. Most recent bottom coat applied January of 2024 with Propspeed on Max props.
  • Laundry center with 4.5cu ft LG washer in fwd stbd head and separate pantry in port fwd head
  • Hybrid cooktop with single 1500w induction eye, large gas burner and smaller simmer gas burner 2023
  • Breville air-fryer/oven 2023
  • Custom teak flooring in showers
  • Dometic CFX 110 freezer/fridge in cockpit
  • Freshwater tank monitors integrated with Victron management system
  • Rocna 33kg anchor with 200ft of 10mm chain
  • 5.2 gpm freshwater washdown with aft cockpit and anchor locker high pressure quick connect connection points
  • Integrated Starlink and Pepwave cellular telecom system with permanently mounted cellular and Starlink antennas integrated with onboard IP network
  • Custom aft lifeline posts, liferaft holder, and 3x diving tank holder
  • 8x Taco rod holders and 2x gaffe/boat hook holders and board sport storage integrated in coach roof
  • SeaBlaze 6000 lumen RGB underwater light
  • Custom access hatch to under helm storage area
  • Google Drive with all device manuals, parts manuals, rigging guides, maintenance log, to do list, spares inventory and purchase receipts
  • Large set of spares onboard, full list available upon request
  • Assorted set of tools for maintenance, including photo tachometer, infrared heat gun, portable TDS meter laser rangefinder, cable tracer, oil extraction pump
  • Set of service logs since new. Moorings logs from 2013 to 2018 and subsequent maintenance logs from private ownership covering 2020 – 2024


Basic Boat Info

Boat Hull ID
Has Hull ID


48.42 ft
Length Overall
48.42 ft
25 ft
Max Draft
5.08 ft
Cabins Count

Engines / Speed

Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make : Yanmar
  • Model : 4JH5E
  • Fuel : Diesel
  • Engine Power : 54 hp
  • Type : Inboard
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make : Yanmar
  • Model : 4JH5E
  • Fuel : Diesel
  • Engine Power : 54 hp
  • Type : Inboard
Total Engine Power
108 hp


Fuel Tanks
Fuel Tank Capacity
185 gal
Water Tanks
Water Tank Capacity
264 gal
Holding Tank Count
Holding Tank Capacity
45 gal


Heads Count
Boat Class
Catamaran, Multi-Hulls

Additional Info


A very popular model with a successful production run, this Simonis Voogd is a great example of a robust cruising yacht, in both form and function. The main salon is highlighted by large windows on all sides, and features a large U-shaped settee and table, forward-facing nav station, television, and access to the aft and forward cockpit. The galley is located on the port-aft section of the salon. Two of the heads have been converted to laundry and storage shelving for pantry, easily reverted back to four heads by replacing the toilets, removing the shelves, plumbing is in place.

  • LG washer, 4.5cu ft 2019
  • CruisAir air-conditioning with reverse-cycle heat: 16,000 BTU in salon, two 12,000 BTU (one in each hull)
  • 60 GPH SeawaterPro water maker 2021
  • 2 electric and engine coolant hot-water heaters, 12 gallons each


Starboard and Port Aft Cabins

These spacious, bright and airy cabins are located on both hulls. Walking down four steps to gain access, with a solid handrail to guide you down.

A large queen size bed with ample headroom and two 12V fans. The starboard cabin has been upgraded with a custom HMC coil mattress in 2021.

The window side of the bed has two small ledges for all your nighttime essentials.

Along the interior side of the bed there are two shelves between the bed and wall which run the whole length and create a more open feel and has plenty of storage capacity.

The large window next to the bed provides ample light.  At night it is reassuring to look out and make sure the boat is where it is supposed to be.

Next to the window there is a porthole which allows airflow, along with the large overhead hatch.

Under the front of the bed there are two large drawers behind which are located each of the diesel tanks and the water heaters; easily accessed by lifting up the mattress.


  • Queen size bed with custom coil mattress on starboard
  • Cabin large window, port hole and overhead hatch
  • Cruisair AirCon
  • Caframo compact two-speed 12V fan at head of bed, Caframo Sirocco II three-speed omnidirectional 12V fan at foot of bed
  • 110V outlets, multiple USB outlets in starboard aft cabin
  • Fire extinguisher

Starboard and Port Forward Cabins

Walking down the four steps on both the port and starboard sides brings you to the forward cabins.

This room has a large full size bed with two 12V fans.

Under the bed there is ample storage space, accessed by lifting up the mattress. 

There are two large drawers under the foot of the bed, one closet on the interior wall, and a larger side storage space just after the door.

The port forward cabin has access to the forward port crew cabin via a latched door that can be held open to join the cabins together, or closed to provide privacy for additional quarters or storage. Kids love this option.

For natural light and ventilation there is a large picture window, porthole and large overhead hatch. 


  • Lots of light and airflow
  • Caframo compact two-speed 12V fan at head of bed, Caframo Sirocco II three-speed omnidirectional 12V fan at foot of bed
  • Plenty of storage
  • Cruisair AirCon

  • Fusion 750 DVD/Stereo with Puck remote at navtable 2021
  • B&G chartplotter integration for management of stereo system from helm
  • JL Audio 6 channel 1200 watt marine amplifier 2021
  • JL Audio 10" marine sub in custom enclosure 2021
  • Samsung 32" smart TV on locking marine swing arm

  • Hybrid cooktop with single 1500w induction eye, large gas burner and smaller simmer gas burner 2023
  • Breville air-fryer/oven 2023
  • Isotherm Cruise 6.5 cu ft indoor and 4.5 cu ft outdoor refrigerator/freezers 2021
  • Dometic CFX 110 Freezer/Fridge in cockpit


The forward cockpit, a unique feature and distinguishing characteristic of Leopards, features built-in seating, a split table, and hardtop with overhead hatch, allowing easy access to the foredeck and trampoline.The aft cockpit is impressive in size and shade is provided by a huge fiberglass hardtop. Occupying the port-side is a large U-shaped settee with fiberglass table. Adjacent to starboard is a built-in L-shaped settee.Up four steps from the cockpit on the starboard side is the elevated helm station. Sight lines from the helm station are excellent, 360 degrees, and protection from the elements is provided by a full helm enclosure. All sail-handling hardware are well within reach, making solo operation very easy.

  • Cockpit cushion covers for aft and forward cockpits and closed cell foam
  • Custom matching cushion for coach roof aft of helm
  • Custom matching cushion for Yeti 90 cooler for fwd cockpit
  • Helm enclosure with port side winch area extension in gray 2022
  • White mesh sunshades and gray fabric covers for rear cockpit
  • 2 helm line bags


One of the greatest advantages of the Leopard 48 is that all sailing and reefing can be made from the helm seat in the cockpit, which is convenient and safe. With one electric winch, adjustments can be easily done by one person alone under all conditions, without having to go on deck or wake another person up at night. 

The helm station is really one of the best features of the boat and the envy of most other ones, including bigger cats. It has a wide seat, great 360 view, well spread-out displays, controls and winches and everything necessary to sail the cat from the comfort of the cockpit.

The helm seat is extra wide, with a hardtop bimini which in the tropics is key to keeping cool and staying out of the sun, but also keeps you dry from the rain. The Bimini has built in LED lighting that provides excellent ambiance at night.

Overall, the helmstation is one of the highlights of this catamaran, super functional, well thought out, aesthetically pleasing, roomy and with a perfect 360 degrees view of your surroundings.

  • Yanmar 4JH5E non-ECU diesel engines with SD50 saildrives, estimated 4800 hours
  • MaxProp Easy 18” 4-blade feathering props with rope cutters 2020

  • 2x 85 gallon diesel tanks (aluminum)
  • 2x 103 gallon plus 52 gallon extra fresh water tanks
  • 2x 18 gallon holding tanks plus 9 gallon crew quarter holding tank

Sails and Rigging
  • Ullman Main and Genoa 2021
  • Mack Sails Code 0 sail and Bowmar Evo 20 furler and swivel 2020 on bowsprit 2019

Running Rigging

  • Code 0 Sheets, Grey Euro, 2020
  • Code 0 2:1 Blue Dyneema Core 12mm Halyard 2023
  • Main Halyard White red fleck 12mm 2021
  • Reef lines Red/Green 11mm 2020
  • Genoa Sheets Dyneema core 12mm 2023
  • Upsized Topping Lift Dyneema Core 12mm 2021
  • Backup Halyard
  • Back stay support for flying code with no main

Running Rigging Spares

  • Main halyard: 212’ Grey Euro Dyneema Core 12mm (unused, purchased new 2023)
  • Genoa Sheets
  • Reef 1

Spare Hardware

  • 1 XCS Clutch
  • 1 Lewmar Mainsheet Block
  • 2 Harken series 60 blocks
  • Assorted SS shackles and Dyneema straps and frictionless rings

Sailing Hardware Upgrades

  • Added 3 rope clutches at helm for cockpit control of all reefs and Code 0
  • Replaced XTS plastic clutches with XCS metal hardware


(Full B&G upgrade completed in 2019, unless noted otherwise)

  • 12" Zeus 3 MFD at helm 2023
  • 7" Zeus 3 MFD in master cabin ceiling
  • ZC2 glass helm remote at chart table connected to 26" ultrawide monitor, 2021
  • (1) Triton2 multi-function display at chart table, 2021
  • Halo 24 48nm radar with velocity track safety features integrated with chart plotters
  • (2) Triton2 multi-function displays at helm
  • Simrad dedicated autopilot controller with dial
  • BR2 bluetooth autopilot handheld remote
  • 2x NMEA2k trunks between helm and navstation
  • 65w USB A & C charging port at helm and navstation

  • Starlink Standard Actuated Dish mounted on custom stainless steel mount welded into solar arch
  • Iridium Certus Vessel Link 350 high speed satellite system and solar arch mounted antenna
  • Pepwave MaxTransit Duo 4x cellular router with 2 spreader mounted bullet antennas
  • Dell network switch integrating all telecom and victron equipment
  • 2x onboard wifi access antennas in each hull
  • ICOM M506 VHF/AIS (backup AIS receiver) at helm
  • ICOM M400-BB VHF at navstation
  • Garmin AIS 800 class B-SO AIS transceiver
  • Second redundant shakespeare VHF antenna on solar arch
  • Y3bi Yacht Tracker
  • Iridium Go
  • Garmin inReach Mini2

Power Source and Management

Main Engines

  • 2 Balmar 170A high output alternators with serpentine belt system, external regulators, center fielder controller, Yanmar tachometer adapters
  • 2 Victron DC/DC 30A chargers for AGM starter batteries

Solar ~2500W hard panels

  • 5x 365W LG hard panels in custom 1 1/4" SS arch, one MPPT per panel 2019
  • 2x 330W Victron hard panels on helm roof on shared MPPT 2021
  • 5 Victron 30A and (1) Victron 50A MPPT controllers
  • Northern Lights 9.6KW factory genset
  • 4 Lithionics 315GTX 12V lithium batteries (1260Ah total) 2021
  • 50A shore power conversion with external port and breakers moved to port engine room
  • 50’ 50A EEL shore power cable


  • Victron Quattro 5000VA/220A 120V/12V inverter/charger 2021
  • Victron MultiPlus 3000VA/120A 120V/12V inverter/charger (connected as charger only, backup inverter for Quattro) 2021
  • Upgraded circuits feeding inverters and circuits back to house panel


  • Victron Cerbo GX with 5" touch screen integrated with IP and NMEA2k network
  • Visible on B&G chartplotters through NMEA2K integration and remote management through internet via IP/Starlink
  • BMV 720 battery monitor
  • Bluetooth dongle for MultiPlus access
  • MK3 USB diagnostic connector

Notable wiring upgrades (all ABYC specification in excess of maximum loads)

  • Upgraded stove AC circuit and GFCI outlet
  • Upgraded galley coffee station circuit and outlet
  • Additional, separate genset input to second Victron charger/inverter circuit
  • Upgraded 4/0 battery wiring, custom copper battery bus bars
  • Additional 50' 4/0 negative ground loop tying engines to main DC bus and to helm

Ground Tackle
  • Rocna 77 lbs anchor 2019
  • 200' of 3/8" chain with Osculati markers 2021
  • Danforth 60lb storm anchor
  • 150' 3 strand, 1" storm anchor rode
  • Mantus 1 1/8" bridle with chafe guards
  • Mantus swivel and bridle claw
  • 30k pound soft shackle for mooring ball quick connect
  • Quick Up/Down foot switches
  • Quick helm windlass remote
  • Quick 1500w windlass removed, rebuilt and mounting holes re-glassed 2021

Fender Inventory
  • (4) Polyform 30" x 9" F-3 with fleece covers
  • (2) Big-B 26" x 10" with Fleece covers
  • (2) Inflatable 48" x 18in" super yacht fenders with fleece covers
  • (1) 24" Taylor Made ball with fleece cover
  • (1) 24" x 18" x 3" flat fender
  • Adjustable lifeline cleat hangers for all fenders

Dock Lines
  • (2) 5/8" x 25' black crosses
  • (2) 1" x 20' 8 pleat gray bow and stern lines with chafe guards
  • (2) 5/8" x 20' spring lines
  • (2) 5/8" 3 strand spring lines
  • (2) 1/2" 80' long lines for Med mooring

  • Rigid standup paddle board
  • Inflatable standup paddle board 2023

  • Highfield 380 classic Hypalon 2023
  • Yamaha F25 4-stroke, electric start 2022
  • Extra bench forward, collapsible storage box
  • Custom Dyneema lift system
  • Pelican hook quick connect securing straps
  • 2:1 Dyneema davit lift line conversion

Safety Equipment
  • Revere Regatta ISO 8-person life raft 2023
  • (3) Spinlock Deckvest Cento Junior child size offshore inflatable vests (needs new cartridges)
  • Adult harness style offshore inflatable vest
  • (6) Adult Orange USCG life jackets
  • Yellow Plastimo throw ring
  • ACR orange MOB throw beacon
  • ACR GlobalFix V4 Type 1 EPIRB on cockpit wall
  • ACR Ditch Bag under helm station
  • OceanSignal RescueMe Portable EPIRB in Ditch Bag
  • Harken bosun chair and separate fall arrester harness

Ownership History

To the current owners knowledge the boat has no hurricane damage history and has never had an insurance claim. It is reported Miriada served as a crewed yacht charter vessel in the St Lucia Moorings fleet until 2018, never bare boated. Since then the boat has been privately owned.

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