2004 Leopard 42


YACHT DETAILS: 2004 Leopard 42








Deltaville, VA
$278,900 USD
42 ft
4.42 ft
22.75 ft
64.42 ft









(1) 195|gallon
(1) 105|gallon
(1) 30|gallon

“Oceana” was one of the last Leopard 42’s built before the change to the Leopard 43.  This is the 3-cabin owner version, never chartered and actively used over its lifetime. It is currently on the hard in Deltaville, VA.  This vessel is well equipped for offshore passage making & long-term cruising to which her history will attest.  It is sleek and sails well, yet is roomy and comfortable for a family and easily manageable for a couple. 

The first owners sailed largely on the Chesapeake Bay; the second owners owned the boat for 12 years, cruising extensively throughout the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico before selling in early 2019 to a family who sailed the East Coast of the US in the summer of 2019. The current owners purchased Oceana in late 2019, sailing to Florida for the winter of 2019/20. With the advent of Covid, Oceana was berthed in Manteo, NC for most of 2020/2021, where numerous upgrades were made to systems.  In the winter of 2021-22 the owners set out again for 5 months of cruising in Florida and the Bahamas.   

In the Fall of 2022, in preparation for the sale of the boat, the bottom & boot-stripe were stripped and barrier coated. Bottom has been anti-fouled and boot-stripe repainted.  Hull sides compounded and waxed.  

Upgrades and Recent Maintenance include:

Bottom & boot-stripe stripped, barrier coated & repainted
Engines serviced 
New Mack Pack 
New fresh water pumps
Fridge Compressor rebuilt 
Port engine alternator rebuilt
New start battery

New aft Aircon unit
Updated Navionics charts
Running rigging replaced
Balmar Alternator 100A installed (Stbd)
Charging System upgraded

Victron 3KW Inverter/Charger
Port rudder replaced
New pinions for both rudders
MaxProps rebuilt
Most hatch lenses replaced
Custom salon table & kitchen counter

Other upgrades:
Northern Lights 6KW Generator
House Batteries replaced (2019)

4 x 175W Solar Panels
Standing rigging replaced 2015/18
Mainsail & Genoa (2015)
Code 0 (2015)
ELECTRIC primary winches 

Boat alarm system
Raymarine Instrument package (2015 – see Electronics) 
Airconditioning (2 units)
Dinghy Davits
Dinghy & 15HP Outboard

Make Oceana your new adventure platform!


The salon is accessed through a French door from the cockpit.  The galley is to port, with the work area forward and the large fridge/freezer adjacent to the door. The raised counter  between the galley and salon has been coated with shades of aqua resin. The salon is to starboard with a custom table that has been cut to fit the curve of the settee. The table is also coated with aqua resin, providing a delightful pop of color.  The nav station, electrical panels are tucked in to a recess on the starboard side of the entryway.

The owner’s hull is to starboard with queen-sized  bunk aft, a large overhead hatch, storage and access to the engine beneath. In the passageway storage along the hull at the base of the stairs, a desk on the midships side & storage.  The head is forward, with electric flush toilet, basin and separate shower.  A hatch in the forward bulkhead of the shower is a large storage locker and forward of this locker, but completely separate, in the starboard bow is a storage locker which is accessed from the deck.

The port hull is the guest hull and the current owners have turned the aft cabin into a workshop. The mattress is still in the cabin, but has been tilted up to make a work area.  Access to the port engine, watermaker and fuel filters is under the bunk and there is storage port and starboard.  The toilet in the aft head has been removed and an Engle 12V Freezer put in its place. Plumbing for the toilet is still in place. Shelving is installed above the freezer.

The port forward cabin is the primary guest cabin with a head, with electric toilet and basin to port; storage to starboard and beneath the bunk. The bunk is high and runs athwartships; there is an easily accessible, enormous, bow locker forward and a hatch above for ventilation.

  • Force 10 2-burner propane stove w/ oven & broiler
  • Seafrost top loading Fridge/Freezer w/ remote compressor (rebuilt 2/22)
  • Engle 12V freezer (in port aft head)
  • Double S/S sink
  • Hot and cold pressurized water in mixer faucet (new water pumps 5/22)
  • Fresh water footpump w/ filter
  • Drying basin w/ Corian cover
  • Corian counter tops
  • Resin covered raised counter top above midships counter
  • Storage
  • 110V/12V system
  • Northern Lights 6KW Generator w/ 3650 hours
  • 4 x 175W Solarworld Solar panels 
  • 2 x CruiseAir/Webasto Reverse Cycle Airconditioning (16K BTU each  2012/2021)
  • Spectra NP700 Watermaker (29GPH)
  • Attwood/Dometic 12G water heater
  • Outback 60A MPPT solar controller
  • Victron Multiplus 3000W/120A Inverter/Charger (w/ phone app)
  • 2 x 30A Shorepower outlets
  • 2 x 30A – 30′ Shorepower cords
  • 2 x 30A – 50′ Shorepower cords (2021)
  • 1 x Deka Gel Engine start battery (2018)
  • 4 x Deka AGM House batteries (2019)
  • All battery cables upgraded (2020)
  • 12V fans throughout
  • Raymarine Autopilot
  • Raymarine E127 Touchscreen Chartplotter (2015) w/
  • updated Navionics charts (2020)
  • Raymarine 48NM Radome Radar (2015)
  • Raymarine i60 Wind display (2015)
  • Raymarine HD Fishfinder/Depth transducer (2015) 
  • Raymarine i70 Multi Display (2015)
  • Raymarine i50 Depth/Speed/Water temperature
  • AMEC AIS Class B Transceiver (2015)
  • ICOM IC-M802 SSB
  • Raymarine VHF at nav station w/ remote Mic (2015)
  • West Marine Handheld VHF
  • Victron Battery Monitor
  • Victron Multicontrol Inverter/Charger remote
  • LG 28″ TV
  • Mack Sails Mainsail (2015)
  • Mack Pack/Lazy Jacks (10/2022)
  • Mack 120% Genoa (2015)
  • Mack Code 0 (2015)
  • Profurl Genoa Furler
  • Standing rigging replaced (2015)
  • Stays replaced (2018)
  • Bowsprit installed (2015) for tacking the Code 0
  • Running Rigging (2020/1)
  • Rigid boomvang
  • Attachment for spinnaker pole on mast
  • 2 x Lewmar ST44 Winches on mast
  • Helm station w/ double seat, electronics & engine instruments – starboard forward 
  • Double French doors to salon
  • Cockpit seating port & starboard w/ cockpit table to port
  • Hatch in cockpit floor
  • Mainsail traveller arch – cockpit stern
  • Walkthrough to stern platform – midships
  • Davits on stern platform
  • Transom steps w/ storage on top step & swim platform port side
  • MackPack Mainsail cover (8/22)
  • Pfifertex shade curtains, port, starboard, stern
  • Zip-out forward windscreens
  • Sunbrella/Isenglas helm curtain
  • Canvas side covers for rain protection
  • Foredeck  awning
  • Hatch covers
  • Instrument and throttle control covers
  • Cockpit cushions (elderly)
  • Yanmar 3JH3E 39 HP Engines w/ 4400 hours
  • Balmar Alternator 100A on starboard engine
  • Leece-Neville Alternator on port engine (refurbished 2022)
  • Balmar Regulators
  • Maxprop 3-blade feathering props
  • Port rudder replaced 2021
  • Engines serviced May 2022
  • New zincs June 2022
  • Port fuel tank under passageway floor w/ transfer pump from forward tank.
  • Fuel consumption 3/4 GPH per engine @2500 RPM
  • Dinghy & 15HP Yamaha Outboard
  • Folding bikes (3)
  • Electric flush toilets (seawater flush)
  • Spare hatches (originals – slighly crazed, but useable if needed)
  • Ditch Bag
  • Drogue
  • Fire extinguishers (6)
  • Life Jackets
  • Extensive Spares: service kits & spares for all major systems
  • Disclaimer
    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

    Jon and Anne Hutchings
    YaZu Yachting
    Deltaville, VA 23043

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