Sailing Catamaran

Leopard 58 Catamaran


La Grande Bellezza is the flagship of the Leopard line and has been expertly crafted by world renowned Robertson & Caine. This luxury catamaran stays true to the sleek and innovative style that has made Leopard Catamarans the Number One catamaran. La Grande Bellezza is the last five cabin Leopard 58 built by Robertson and Caine and the only five cabin built in the last decade.

When building the Leopard 58, the team of award-winning designers at Robertson & Caine drew upon both the success of previous models and the feedback of over 1000 Leopard owners world-wide. This allowed the Leopard design team to take the best features from previous Leopard models, while still creating an entirely new and innovative catamaran.

Among the many intriguing features of the Leopard 58, like the “Super Yacht” Fly-bridge, with seating for up to 10 people, an outdoor kitchen featuring a grill, refrigerator, ice-maker and bar. Enjoy meals, lounging, and taking in beautiful panoramic views on this expansive fly-bridge. The large open Aft deck and Forward Private Patio offer additional space for alfresco dining or lounging.


  • Roller furling sails
  • Electric Winches
  • Enclosed cockpit
  • Trampoline on deck
  • Electric, fresh-water heads
  • Electric windlass
  • 2000W Inverter
  • Dinghy on davits
  • 1 outboard
  • Stereo System
  • Bluetooth Stereo
  • Heating & AC
  • Generator
  • Propane BBQ
  • USCG safety gear, plus additional
  • Vessel Assist Membership
  • Full Galley – oven, stove, refrigerator, freezer, dishes, pots, coffee maker and much more
  • Full Electronics – radar; GPS; auto-pilot; chart plotter; wind, depth, speed
  • Dinghy/Outboard for Catalina trips


Leopard 58 layout


  • Cabins – 5
  • Toilets – 5
  • Showers – 6

This boat is available for Bareboat Charter only. If you are not a certified captain, no problem. We have a list of approved, friendly and knowledgeable captains that you can select from. This will be a simple process and we will walk you through it. The reason this is done is because of a USCG regulation.