December 16th 2010. By Staff.

ICAP Leopard: Photo Gallery

Owner and crew show off the power and speed of this 100 footer, both on the race course and as a high class charter boat.

Mike Slade’s 100 foot Maxi ICAP Leopard holds five world sailing speed records and numerous course records. Her first race for the 2011 season will be the RORC Caribbean 600, the kick0ff event of the Atlantic Ocean Racing Series, which includes seven of the great blue water races in the world.

ICAP Leopard Reach

Reaching, ICAP Leopard resembles a very big dinghy.

For more detail about this spectacular craft read Louay Habib’s story ICAP Leopard: World Records and Luxury Charters on


ICAP Leopard

Views of this record-setting luxury charter boat

[img src=]400ICAP Leopard bow wave
ICAP Leopard is capable of a mind-boggling 35 knots, a wild wet rollercoaster ride. RORC/Rick Tomlinson
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The crew table
[img src=]280ICAP Leopard reach
On a reach, planing like a dinghy! RORC/Rick Tomlinson
[img src=]200ICAP Leopard-rig
Looking up the carbon rig at the battle flag
[img src=]170ICAP Leopard battle flag
An appropriate profile for a battle flag
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The all-star crew changes headsails
[img src=]190ICAP Leopard food
Quality charters require high quality food
[img src=]200ICAP Leopard guests
Company charters provide a terrific business tool.
[img src=]190ICAP Leopard nav
Nav station
[img src=]180ICAP Leopard saloon
Main saloon
[img src=]200ICAP Leopard smile
Boat captain Chris Sherlock watches while owner Mike Slade steers.