Performance seems to be one of the most distinctive and recognizable features of Salona range and like always special attention has been paid to light and strong construction accompanied by the most advanced technology that has Ocean A registry certificate. It can be concluded from her modern layout, that the priority has been given to the idea of making her livable on board. Both exteriors and interiors offer functional and elegant space for pleasant family cruising and exciting racing experience.
As her predecessors, the Salona has kept her elegant open Mediterranean style combined with safety provided with the protected areas which make her suitable for Mediterranean winter sailing as well as for the North Sea conditions.
The Salona 44 offers a more generous sail plan than her predecessor the Salona 45, but not at the expense of ease of sailing or sure footedness. With its design ingenuity, the increased sail area is expertly complemented by the latest design thinking in her underwater lines. This improvement together with her efficient and well balanced keel, ballast and rudder arrangements will make the sailing on the new Salona 44 pleasant under any conditions.
The Salona 44 will prove to be not only a safe and luxury cruiser but also an exciting, competitive yacht under both the IRC and ORC racing rules. The Salona 44 offers a new level of refinement and sophistication which is accompanied with the ability to cruise in a relaxed, yet confident manner or to perform to the highest levels in both IRC and ORC regattas. The ship yard also offers expert advices for different handicap optimization with special racing oriented packages.
Salona 44 prototype was tested by Dean Barker, Emirates Team NZ America's Cup skipper.