The Leopard 44’s sailing performance and ease of handling have earned her multiple awards. Toy Buoy has a four double-cabin layout, with the forward cabins featuring forepeak bunks. INTRODUCING TOY BUOY
Highly liveable, spacious, and comfortable is the Leopard 44's style. The expansive interior includes four cabins each with ensuite bathrooms, a large saloon, and a galley with windows wide enough to provide a 360-degree view of the Whitsundays surrounds.
One of her greatest entertaining features is the additional, forward-facing cockpit, which is accessible from the main saloon. With sliding doors allowing easy access via the saloon to bow and stern, life aboard this Leopard 40 with her two outdoor seating areas will feel effortless.
The very popular Leopard 44 sailing catamaran is the perfect fit for a family or group of friends wanting to sail the Whitsundays in total comfort.
This vessel belongs to the Sunsail Whitsundays fleet, operated by WRAY’s parent company Trinity Marine in Shute Harbour.
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To charter Toy Buoy, the lead charterer must have adequate boating experience, to be approved by Boatingo at the time of booking. As a guide, the leader should have either an RYA Day Skipper certification, or equivalent experience, or a similar or higher level certification.
Skippered Charters are available for guests who don't meet the experience guidelines, or would simply like someone to take the helm.
Charterers who partially meet the experience requirements may hire a sail guide to spend additional time with them at the commencement of their charter, to allow them to use the vessel on a bareboat charter basis
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