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The Tanna 47 was unveiled at the 2021 Cannes Yachting Festival, replacing the Saona 47, whose main characteristics she takes over. More modern and accomplished than her predecessor that had appeared four years earlier, the Tanna features improved circulation inside the nacelle, an optimized flybridge, and up to 1,700 W of solar panels. A multihull designed to go all the way…

Test location: La Rochelle, France
Conditions: Easterly 5 knots, calm sea

Does the Tanna 47 remind you of the Saona 47? That’s normal, as the molds remain the same and the shipyard has even continued with the same hull numbering – the model we tested was hull #177. In a way, you could call it a Saona 47 Evolution, rather than a completely new model. That said, the accommodation and flybridge have undergone significant changes. In the design of this Tanna 47, which is still perfectly integrated in Fountaine Pajot’s current range of sailing catamarans (the Saona 47 already had inverted bows, which was not the case on the Lucia 40), you can count on a robust and proven construction: the deck and the hulls deck are made using a process of infusion of polyester resin and anti-osmotic resin on cores of balsa and PET foam. The bimini is made using the RTM (resin transfer molding) process on PET foam, while the structural bulkheads are made of balsa sandwich or PET foam) by infusion. As for the two keels, they are attached and glued into a well that’s made of composite. In the event of a violent grounding, this assembly prevents the hull bottoms from being ripped out and the ensuing ing...

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