Robertson & Caine, Leopard 42 plus option to buy a house with mooring
by Philip James
(Provincia de Colon, Republic of Panama)
This is an advertisement for a catamaran with the option of buying a house, on the water, in a very secure lagoon, on the northern coast of the Republic of Panama, where you can keep your catamaran at the end of your own dock.
Being sold highly reluctantly, but it is time for a younger person to experience what we have enjoyed over the years. She has been a delight to sail and the house a pleasure to build and live in.
All prices negotiable, and available separately.
House and 2 acres of land right on the water $365,000.
‘Tsabalok’ is a 2004, Robertson & Caine, Leopard 42 , four double en-suite cruising catamaran, charter version, which has never been chartered. Registered in the UK, she was purchased in Florida now in Panama, and has been used solely for our personal cruising through the San Blas islands to Colombia and along the coast of Central America and up to the Bahamas.
All the cruising goodies like aircon, genset,watermaker, etc., are here.
Displacement: 23,100 lbs;
211 USG of water;
95 USG of fuel.
All cabins have king-sized beds, plus electric fans and air-conditioning. Each cabin has an en-suite. All bedding included in purchase.
In the galley a Force 10, 2 burner stove with oven and a fridge-freezer with seafrost DC holding plate reefor system. There are four outlets for the air conditioning here.
PLEASE MAKE A REQUEST FOR THE FULL BOAT SPECIFICATIONS OF TSABALOK, FROM email@example.com
A house on two acres of land on a protected lagoon, with your own pier. An exit from the lagoon is direct to the north coast of Panama on the Caribbean, where a day’s sail along the coast gives an arrival in the glorious islands of the San Blas. Keeping your boat in the totally safe lagoon is free.
The house is unique among houses, for the ground floors are one large mosaic showing the story of life, the stairs formed from a shipwrecked boat, and the upstairs a large open space, with beds and showers, but waiting for that extra input from a fresh mind.
There is full electricity, cooking is by bottled gas, and water is from a never-dry well, where the water is as champagne in its purity. Internet is from an antennae on the hill, and there is good cell service.
In the grounds of your house, mainly set to lawn, there are coconut palms, bananas, plantains, mangoes, papaya and mimbri all enclosed inside a hibiscus hedge.