Slide background Comfort, safety ... and stunning performance Salona      41
Slide background Comfort, safety ... and stunning performance Salona      41
Slide background Comfort, safety ... and stunning performance Salona      41
Slide background Comfort, safety ... and stunning performance Salona      41
Slide background Comfort, safety ... and stunning performance Salona      41
Slide background Comfort, safety ... and stunning performance Salona      41
Slide background Comfort, safety ... and stunning performance Salona      41
Slide background Comfort, safety ... and stunning performance Salona      41
Slide background Comfort, safety ... and stunning performance Salona      41

A crossbreed between a racing sailboat and a cruiser, the Salona 41 is the vessel for sailors who want it both ways, without compromising on either.


Salona 41

This sailboat is indeed the hybrid offspring of a high performance racer and a pleasure cruiser. A beautifully crafted machine, 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.

Design

The Salona 41 was indeed a team achievement, as it involved the partnership of J&J Design and Salona’s development team along with the collaboration of celebrated Italian designer Maurizio Cossutti.

Cockpit

Sleek deck lines, a continuation of its S44 predecessor, provide a spacious and obstacle-free cockpit with an easily convertible open-to-closed transom.

Construction and safety

The signature Salona stainless steel frame securely spreads the loads from the keel, shrouds and mast evenly throughout the hull. The slamming zone is single skin to avoid shear failure of core material under heavy loads, and the area is additionally reinforced with layers of triaxial e-glass fabric. The deck is sandwich-built, with a structural design that incorporates a ceiling inner liner that can better withstand high longitudinal and transverse loads. The construction is stiff, strong and remarkably light, making for a superbly seaworthy boat that can withstand high loads from rig, wind and sea conditions.

Performance and Handling

A delightfully 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 and 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 underdeck roller furler maximizes the Genoa sail area to 140 percent, and, in conjunction with low displacement, optimizes cruising — even at wind speeds less than 5 knots. It’s every bit a boating pleasure.

Request a sea trial and experience the stunning comfort and awe-inspiring performance of the Salona 41.


“For racing sailors seeking one of the latest performance yachts in the market with a luxury coastal-cruising interior below decks, the Salona 41 is a strong contender and promises exciting sailing performance, especially upwind where the stiffness of the hull really shows.”


Toni Guiu, Two-time Whitbread Round the World competitor (now the Volvo Ocean Race) and founder of the Barcelona World Race.



Cabin Layout

The setting below deck is marked by spaciousness — with a generous height clearance of more than 76 in. (195 cm) — well-appointed furnishings and hand-selected matte-finished timbers. The standard layouts (of which there are four) offer a well-equipped portside galley, a comfortable salon area and full-size navigation station, as well as an expansive owner’s cabin (built with on-board living in mind), comfortable heads and a roomy double cabin aft.


"If you like sailing fast and thrive on adrenalin, this is a contender worthy of your consideration"

Boating Magazine, New Zealand

Keel Options

Choosing the right keel can completely change the performance of your sailing yacht. Salona offers keel options to best suit your sailing needs.

Standar L Shaped Iron 6’56” ft / 2 m

Performance L Shape Lead Keel 7’ 48” ft / 2.28 m



Technical Specifications Salona 41

Length Overall (LOA) 41' ft / 12.5 m Displacement Empty 16,424 lbs / 7,450 kg
Length Waterline (LWL) 37' 56" ft / 11.45 m Ballast 5,291 lbs / 2,400 kg
Beam Max (DECK) 12' 59" ft / 3.84 m Engine Yanmar 29 Kw (40 HP)
Standar "L" Shape Iron Keel 6' 56" ft / 2 m Fuel Tank 58 Gal / 220 L
Performance "L" Shaped Iron Keel 7' 48" ft / 2.28 m Water Tank 58 Gal / 220 L
Main Sail Full Batten 575 ft² / 53.5 m² Design J & J
Genoa Furling 555 ft² / 51.6 m²
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