Salona 41 for Sale in New England
The two steering wheels are a trade mark of this comfortable boat with absolutely no compromise on sailing equipment. An easily adjustable genoa and mainsheet system helps in trimming sails and gives you ability to furl the genoa without sending crew forward to adjust the leech, this together with single line reefing mainsail gives total “all from cockpit” security and sailing potential. The beautifully arranged Harken under deck furler lets you take full advantage of the wind and with her narrow lines and low displacement allows you to fully use the 140% genoa in as little as 5 kts of wind instead of resorting to motoring.
Construction is one of strong points of the Salona yard. A big stainless steel frame takes loads from the keel and shrouds and spreads them securely to a wide area of the hull. The slamming zone is single skin to avoid shear failure of core material under heavy loads, the area is additionally reinforced with layers of triax E-glass fabric. The deck is sandwich built with a structural design incorporating a ceiling inner liner to better withstand high longitudinal and transverse loads. The construction is stiff, strong and light giving a very seaworthy boat which will withstand high loads from rig, wind and sea conditions.
Last but not least Salona 41 is another fast performance cruiser built in Split, Croatia as a result of team work, designed together by J J and Salona Development team and optimised by Mauricio Cosutti within IRC and ORC rule.
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|LOA||12.5 m / 21′|
|LWL||11.45 m / 37.57′|
|Beam||3.84 m / 12.6′|
|Draft||1.75m – 2.68 m / 5.74′ – 8.79′|
|Fuel||220 L / 58 US GAL|
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Salona 41 Review
By LeifI first noticed the Salona 41 a couple of years ago when we were still searching for a new boat. Salona Yachts is located in Split, Croatia. As the American sailboat industry has declined in recent years, eastern European countries have developed a strong presence in the sailing industry and Salona Yachts is a good example of why this has occurred. They build solid, well engineered boats that look good and offer excellent performance. The Salona 41 was designed by J&J Design, which is part of the Seaway group of companies. Over the last twenty years J&J has created an enviable portfolio of designs, including most of the Salona boats.