|Length Overall:||13.94 m / 45.7 ft|
|Beam:||7.7 m / 25.3 ft|
|Draft:||1.2 m / 3.9 ft|
|Displacement:||14.7 tonne (approx.)|
|Main Sail Area:||77 m² / 828.8 ft²|
|Genoa Area:||52 m² / 559.7 ft²|
|Standard Power:||2 x 50hp|
|Optional Power:||2 x 60hp|
|Fuel/Diesel:||2 x 470 Litres|
|Freshwater:||2 x 350 Litres|
Aboard, with her U-shaped galley across from the cockpit and large opening bay door, the Tanna 47 offers a heightened feeling of space, letting in light and focusing on elegance, highlighting the boat’s interior design.
The exceptionally innovative galley area features over 300 litres of storage space, and the new layout allows for an extremely user-friendly saloon with a lounger, and ergonomic watchkeeping station for when you’re under way.
The chart table, easily accessible from the helm and open to the cockpit, simplifies moving around on board while sailing, and makes it both safe and convivial for cruising.
Another new highlight for this 47-foot sailing catamaran is that her flybridge features a lounge area that’s twice the size of her predecessor, the Saona 47.
Her “lounge deck” layout creates a friendly atmosphere and an incomparable benefit… ergonomics when sailing. You can sail serenely short-handed with easy access to sailing manoeuvres, all the while maintaining contact with your crew.
Like the new 51, the Tanna 47 can also benefit from a large area of solar panels, ranging from 5 to 9m², offering ever more self-sufficiency under way.
The cabins combine comfort and space in equal measure, with available layouts including an Owner’s version with its three cabins, one being a suite with walk-in shower, or the Quintet version with five suites and their five private bathrooms.