This luxury 62’ crewed catamaran offers guests 5 very spacious double cabins with en suite heads and showers, and a vanity/desk area. Separate crew quarters with double cabin and en suite head are situated next to a fully equipped galley and utility area to starboard. An additional crew berth is located in the starboard forepeak.
On the bridge deck, the saloon area has separate dining and lounging seating, and features a navigation station with complete electronics and remote controlled autopilot, plus an entertainment center with high quality stereo system, television and DVD player. A cocktail bar is situated at the entrance of the saloon area, so drinks can be served directly inside or out in the cockpit area.
Exiting the saloon, the huge cockpit provides a spacious guest entertainment area protected by a hardtop fly bridge. This unique feature opens up the cockpit area for dining and relaxing and enables direct walk-through access to the wide aft swim platform, great for diving, snorkeling and access to the dinghy, which can also be used for waterskiing.
Moving up, a staircase leads up to the 6200’s most unique feature, the spacious fly-bridge supporting the mainsheet traveler and housing the separate steering station, completely outfitted with full electronics including chart plotter and remote controlled autopilot. The majority of the sail handling is carried out here, out of the way of the cockpit area, with the primary electric winches located within easy reach of the helmsman. With comfortable seating, the fly bridge provides excellent visibility at the helm and spectacular panoramic views.
Designed with a powerful rig for excellent performance, the 6200 also has a stepped hull, which increases the interior volume while minimizing the wetted hull surface for increased efficiency and speed in the water. Two Yanmar 240Hp engines provide for speeds of 16 to 18 knots under power and excellent maneuverability.
The 6200 also features hydraulic dagger boards, which can be raised when heading downwind or under power for improved performance, or when mooring, or approaching shallow waters. Lowering the dagger boards improves upwind directional and speed performance.
This Yacht is truly first class and an exceptional value for a boat of her size and amenities.
- BOAT NAME: Good Vibrations
- MAKE/MODEL: Leopard 62
- DESIGNER: Alex Simonis / Robertson & Caine / The Moorings
- BUILDER: Robertson & Caine -- Leopard Catamarans
- WHERE BUILT: South Africa
- MODEL YEAR: 2003
- YEAR BUILT: 2002
- YEAR/MONTH COMMISSIONED:December 2002
- LOA M 8.67 /FT 61’ 3”
- LWL M 7.02 / FT 55’10"
- BEAM M 9.04 / FT 29’ 8”
- DRAFT M 1.3 or FT 4’ 3” or 8’ 6””
- DISPLACEMENT:57,330 lbs. / 26,000 kg