This Formosa 47 (LOA 54) is located in Gloucester MA.
Named Tatanka, Native American for Buffalo, a most revered animal in Native American culture. It's a fitting name for this robust Taiwanese vessel, suitable for sailing around the world - which is exactly what the previous owner did. A complete circumnavigation.
The materials below reflect the thought that went into the design of this Formosa 47, with warm, carefully built cabinetry, drawers and teak and holly sole below, with an eye for detail. This will make a great blue water cruiser, live aboard, or perhaps a great charter vessel.
She has been covered and on the hard for more than 10 years, and in the past 2 years has had a number of upgrades:
New jib and mainsail
She is a cutter rig providing a variety of sail configurations when under way.
She is powered by an inboard 6 cylinder Ford Lehman Model
2712E diesel engine. She also has a Fischer Panda 4kw generator
The aluminum mast is keel stepped and there is a Harken spinnaker pole track on the
mast with an extruded aluminum boom. There is a spinnaker pole.
The stays are stainless steel wire and replaced around 2000.
The turnbuckles are stainless steel open barrel design
Chainplates appear to be in good condition.
On the deck forward there are two Schaefer single line furlers.
All halyards and sheets are colored braid and appear to be in good condition.
The life lines are stainless steel.
There are five Aqualast and Barlow winches on both sides of the cockpit. One winch is 12
volt DC powered. The following are mast mounted winches - Barlow 24 & 19; Two Aqualast 37
All running rigging lines lead back to the cockpit area.
Main, jib, 2 spinnakers, storm sail and sea anchor.
6" Ritchie compass mounted at the pedestal
VHF radio(s):Uniden UM525 VHF.
Mounted at navigation table:
ICOM 7100, Ham radio
Kenwood HF TS50, transceiver
ICOM M59 VHF
Raytheon Galaxy Trimble TNL7001.
Depth sounder(s) Standard Horizon.
Speed instrument(s): Standard Horizon..
Raymarine E120 Classic installed in 2007.
B&G Network wind.
7.5 ft draft.
Below there are 2 cabins both with queen size mattresses.
Roomy salon with seating for 6.
Tatanka is a solid vessel built in Taiwan, famous for sea going yachts. This is your opportunity to own one.
Please contact the listing broker for an appointment.