Sailing Vessel PEREGRINA


PEREGRINA is cutter rigged, with a center cockpit, and a lot a space below deck.  Like the Stevens 47 she is a capable blue water boat.  When we found her, she was named Andiamo.  A year previously she was called Jolly Moon, before that Sea Nile, and originally she was Namaste.  

In need of a lot of work at Patten’s Boat Yard up in Maine,  PEREGRINA is now in Boston and our is our home at Constitution Marina.

The Name:

Peregrina means "the wanderer" or "pilgrim” in Spanish, and  is derived from the latin “peregrinus.”   We expect PEREGRINA will live up to her name.


Sparkman & Stephens  --  Design # 2413



The design:

The Stevens Custom 40 is a smaller version of the much more numerous, and much larger Stevens 47. The design was intended for the charter trade but the cockpit was too small. Only ten of the Stevens Custom 40‘s were built.


LOA     41’ 6 3/4”
LWL     31’ 4”
Beam   12’6 1/2”
Draft     6’
Displacement   24,000 lbs.
Ballast               8,000 lbs.
Sail Area    767 Square Ft. 

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