Tayana 47 - PEREGRINA 10 2

1990 47' TAYANA 47

47' Tayana 47

  • Make: Tayana
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Year: 1990
  • Length: 47'
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single Diesel
  • Located In: Alameda, CA
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  • Specs

    • Designer: Bob Perry
      Flag of Registry: United States
      Keel: Other
      Hull Shape: Monohull

  • Dimensions

    • LOA: 47 ft 0 in
      Beam: 14 ft 6 in
      LWL: 40 ft 3 in
      Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
      Ballast: 11675 lbs
      Bridge Clearance: 63 ft 0 in

  • Engine

    • Engine Brand: Yanmar
      Engine Model: 4JH4 HTE
      Engine Type: Inboard
      Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
      Drive Type: Direct Drive
      Cruising Speed: 6 knots
      Maximum Speed: 8 knots

  • Tanks

    • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (220 Gallons)
      Fuel Tanks: 3 (240 Gallons)
      Holding Tanks: 1

  • Accommodations

    • Number of single berths: 3
      Number of cabins: 3
      Number of heads: 2



PEREGRINA is a center cockpit, cutter rigged, moderate displacement cruiser. She has a modified fin keel and skeg hung rudder. She was designed by the famous naval architect Bob Perry.

PEREGRINA was constructed with safety in mind. She features a deep cockpit, reefing lines led aft, high toe rails to protect you on deck, running backstays, cutter rig, multiple fuel and water tanks, lots of handholds, one level floor throughout, etc. She has just completed a 44-country circumnavigation by her present owners, who sailed her without additional crew. This boat is built tough and can handle any weather.

PEREGRINA's interior layout is semi-custom. When you go down below, the first thing that will strike you is the superb teak interior. There is 7 feet of headroom in the main salon, so even your tallest friends will feel at home. She is a great liveaboard due to the incredible amount of storage space. Her present owners have liveaboard status at the marina. Future owners can apply to take over the slip.

Having completed a circumnavigation, the list of equipment is enormous.

She is equipped with all the cruising extras including wind vane, solar panels, Lifesling, EPIRB, life raft, on-deck dingy cradle, man overboard pole, life ring, strobe light, spinnaker pole, spinnaker, drogue, 110 pound Bruce anchor and 300 feet of chain.

You can sail in San Francisco Bay, go coastal sailing or follow your dreams and sail across the Pacific and beyond.

To truly appreciate Peregrina, just step aboard. 


Peregrina is a three-cabin layout. There is extensive teak woodwork throughout the interior. 

The aft cabin features queen spring marine mattress which is thick and super comfortable. Two adjustable reading lights bracket the pillows allowing individual night reading. At the end of the bed and across the walkway is an extra large mirror with a vanity table and swing seat.  The aft cabin has enormous storage, all with teak louvered doors allowing air to circulate inside the compartments. There is a hanging locker with additional storage compartments.

The aft head is accessed through a door which closes off the head from the aft cabin. Inside, there is an electric head, a basin with mirror and ample storage for all your toiletries. From this room, you step into a full-size stand-up separate shower stall with a teak seat if you want to sit down while showering.  The shower also has a large storage closet. 

The galley has a freezer, refrigerator, gimballed stove, deep double sink and a Samsung microwave with ceramic interior that will not rust. There is hot and cold fresh water and also a salt water faucet for extended offshore passages. The refrigeration is a 12-volt cold plate. The galley comes equipped with pots, pans, plates, glasses, silverware etc.  There is lots of food storage in the galley and main salon for long cruises.

The main salon has a large dining table to port and a seven foot long starboard settee (with lee cloths for passage). This settee can be pulled out to make a large, comfortable berth.

Behind a sliding panel in the main salon is a TV which can be pulled out on a swivel and angled to face the main salon dining table. 

The chart table is the command center for the Captain. It is enormous in size and contains a comfortable, cushioned swivel chair with a high padded back. The table is surrounded by lots of storage, within hand reach, for any need. At this station, is the primary chart plotter, VHF, SSB, Pactor Modem, stereo radio, the 12V and 120V electric panel, etc.  Also at this station is a separate repeat reader for depth, wind speed, boat speed, etc. 

The forward berth is a large, double bed with lee cloths. There are two reading lights on either side of the bed and lots of storage for clothes, books, etc. Under this bunk are huge storage bins which contain a back-up 65 pound spade anchor, sail, long wooden fender boards for docking against pilings, parts storage, back-up monitor self-steering wind vanes, hoses, shore cords, etc. etc. 

There is a forward head with a manual Raritan toilet. Next to this is a separate shower which can be accessed through the head or through a separate door from the passageway. The shower has been converted to a storage facility with racks but could be easily returned to a working shower.

In the forepeak, is a work bench and tool area with lots of storage. Since the boat is a world cruiser, this section is filled with tools and spare parts too numerous to mention. 

Forward of the work bench is a sail locker which is large and very deep. Currently, there is extra running rigging for almost every line on the boat stored here. Under the sail locker is the back-up anchor rode with 40 feet of chain and 260 of rode. This comes up to the foredeck through a hawser pipe.

Forward of the sail locker is the main chain locker which contains the primary 300-foot long anchor chain and the electric motor for the windlass. 

  • No teak decks
  • Teak wheel with wire cable steering
  • Teak seats in cockpit
  • Emergency tiller
  • Keel stepped mast
  • Lazy jacks and stackpack
  • Staylock fittings on standing rigging 
  • 10 winches
  • Electric winch to raise mainsail and furl genoa
  • Genoa, staysail, main, asymmetrical spinnaker
  • Spinnaker pole mounted on mast with moveable track
  • 5 deck hatches and 13 stainless steel ports (Great ventilation)
  • 2 Dorade vents in master stateroom
  • Mystic stainless steel 70 inch, 3 stage swim and boarding ladder
  • Custom teak storage box put on in Thailand
  • Stern passerelle. Custom stainless steel frame with teak grid walkway
  • 2 - 20lb propane tanks in dedicated locker
  • Dinghy stored on cradle on foredeck. Lifted by spinnaker halyard with electric winch (Can be launched or recovered in 5 minutes) 
  • Lift for the outboard with 4x1 tackle on the stern 
  • 2 containers (20 liter each) outboard fuel in stern locker
  • Two 80 Watt solar panels with folding brackets
  • Air breeze wind generator
  • Radar pole with radar, GPS and other antennas
  • Shakespeare, rail mounted antenna, for AIS
  • Maxwell 3500 anchor winch with foot buttons on foredeck and secondary control at the helm station in the cockpit for remote anchor lift and deploy 
  • Three anchors
    • 110 lb Bruce with 300 feet chain on the bow
    • Danforth anchor and road stationed permanently on stern for emergency or stern use. Secondary anchor road with 40 feet of chain & 260 feet of rope on bow
    • 65 lb plough anchor stored down below.

  • Fischer Panda 8kw 120v generator
  • 120v electrical panel with breakers and meters
  • Seven 120v electrical outlets with GFCI
  • 160 Watts of solar panels on fold down brackets on stern
  • Air Breeze wind generator on mounting pole
  • Four 6 volt house batteries in parallel and series producing 400  12v AH
  • Two linked Optimum starter batteries
  • 12 volt battery combiner between house and starter banks
  • Heart Interface Freedom Universal Combi Inverter/Charger
  • Heat Interface Link 2000
  • Seven 12v outlets
  • Shore power receptacle for TV/Telephone Hubbel Connector
  • 220v shore power connector
  • Step-down transformer converts shore 220v to 120v for boat use
  • 50 amp shore power cord
  • 30 amp shore power cord
  • 220v European cord
  • Shore power end plugs/adapters for most international countries
  • 2 Cruiseair 16,000 BTU Air Conditioning units

  • Icom IC-M710 SSB radio
  • Icom M-442 VHF
  • DSP Pactor modem 
  • Raymarine E120W chartplotter nav. station
  • Raymarine E120W chartplotter  cockpit
  • AIS receiver and transceiver. Display on chartplotter
  • VHF Radio below with remote in cockpit
  • Autopilots(3)
  • Raymarine depth, wind, speed etc 
  • Ramarine radar
  • Stereo with speakers down below and cockpit

  • Yanmar 4JH4 HTE 110 HP 
  • Racor 500FG fuel filter
  • Flexible Coupler
  • PYI Shaft seal
  • 1 ½ inch stainless steel shaft
  • 21" Auto feathering 3 blade Max Prop

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.