Designed by J&J in collaboration with the in – house Salona development team and with special planning input sought from Maurizio Cossutti, the Salona 41 represents a real team achievement. This sailboat is indeed the hybrid offspring of a high performance racer and a pleasure cruiser. It is the kind of sailboat that races like a demon, cruises like a charm and delights sailors who refuse to compromise on form or function. Sporty appearance is created by a number of well presented details that are the trademarks of this accommodating cruiser, including a full German mainsheet layout, twin steering wheels, sheets and lines that run on covered channels for a clean deck. An easily adjustable Genoa and mainsheet system helps with sail trimming and allows for the Genoa to be furled without the need of a crew forward to adjust the leech. This coupled with the single line reefing mainsail empowers the cockpit with total control of the vessel. The beautifully arranged Harken under deck genoa furler maximizes the Genoa sail area to 140 % and in conjunction with low displacement, optimizes cruising even at wind speeds less than 5 knots, it is a boating pleasure. Interior arrangement has been built with on board living in mind. The ambience below deck is a mixture of spaciousness and comfortable head room -195cm.
The standard layout (A) offers a well equipped port side galley, a comfortable salon area, and full size navigation station. There is a very spacious owner’s cabin, large stern heads and comfortable double aft cabin as seen in the owner’s cabin, equipped with three hatches, two big under seat lockers with large shelves above and a full size 210 cm berth.