Unique high-quality built vessel designed for both cruising and racing
Hull is vacuum infused construction to be stiff and light
Two sail inventories - 1 for cruising, 1 for racing
Large comfortable cockpit with twin wheels, and folding table
Bright and airy Salon with large fully equipped galley – Nav Station – comfortable facing settees and opening dining table
3 private double cabins with additional sleeping accommodation for 4 more people
The Salona-38 was designed by J&J Design and optimized by America’s cup designer Jason Kerr. She has been carefully crafted for use as a family cruiser as well as for serious offshore and international racking. She can easily switch back and forth between family mode and racing mode by simply changing the sail inventory, and she excels in adverse weather. Her cockpit is fully protected from the sun while at anchor or dockside by the large folding Bimini, and it is protected forward by the full dodger sprayhood
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Length………… 38 ft ……….. 11.6 meters
LWL…………… 32 ft 8 in ….. 10.021 meters
Beam………… 12 ft ………… 3.72 meters
Draft ……… 6 ft 6 IN ……... 2.0 meters
Displacement …. 13,660 lbs … 6,200 kg
Ballast……… 4,800 lbs …… 2,200 kg
Tankage: Fuel ……… 26 gal …. 100 liters
Water…….. 47.5 gal …… 180 liters
Holding….. 11 gal …….. 42 liters
Engine……… Yanmar diesel 32 HP 698 hours
Design category – A Ocean
3 Double cabins and 1 Head (accessible from Salon)
Plus 4 additional single berths in Salon
Forward Cabin: Forward cabin features a large V-berth with storage under. ‘There are shelves to either side and a large hanging locker. An overhead hatch provides light and ventilation
Aft Cabins; There are 2 identical aft cabins – each with double berth. Storage under the berth as well as hanging locker in each cabin. 2 opening ports provide light and ventilation
Water tank below berth in Port cabin
Salon – has 2 lower settees that can be used as single berths, plus 2 additional fold out berths
Full battery bank under Starbd Settee
HEAD: manual Jabsco head w/ Y-valve, Gravity feed holding tank, overhead hatch, sink w/pressurized water
Cockpit is quite large for a 38 ft vessel with entry from side decks or fold down aft transom. With twin wheels that allow easy movement throughout cockpit Upon entering the Salon, a large Galley with centerline sink is to Port, and forward facing Nav Station is to Starbd.
Two full-length settees are facing each other, Port and Starbd, with a folding table between amidships. This table can be opened to either side for dining. There are fixed ports in the hulls on either side for light, and fixed and opening ports along the cabin house sides for light and ventilation. A large opening hatch is central to the salon. And an additional opening hatch is forward and to Starbd.
The entrance to the head and shower is forward of the Port side Settee, with an opening overhead hatch, and entrance to the forward cabin is forward to Starbd.
Both aft cabins are accessed to either side of the companionway stairs. One through the Galley, and one aft of the Nav Station.
Interior is finished in beautiful cherry wood paneling and there is a teak and holly sole throughout
LED lighting throughout
Salon has large Settees to ort and Starbd which can be used as additional berths. It is well lit with hull side windows and higher windows in the cabin house as well as overhead hatches. An Opening table is in the center.
Galley is L-Shaped with all the necessary equipment for cruising and has extensive counter space (more than most boats in this size category.
Double SS sink (on center line)
2 burner propane stove and oven
Refrigerator (front load) and freezer
Numerous storage cabinets, and drawers
NAV Station: forward facing Nav Station with:
Garmin GPS Map 720
Main electric panel
Upgraded Electronics Package:
Garmin GPS chart plotter AE414
Auto Pilot (Nexus E609 NX2) with linear drive
Rudder angle indicator
Wind transducer – speed and direction
Speed and log
HPC compass (2) VHF radio NX2000 with DSC
Stereo – CD w/ 2 Salon speaker, and 2 weatherproof cockpit speakers
Full interior Nav center
110v US current
30 Amp shore power
Yanmar 32 HP diesel (698 hours)
w/ sail drive and folding propeller
dual steering wheel
Windlass – with cockpit control
Hot water heater
Electric and manual bilge pumps
Removable spray hood and Bimini
MDS sliding genoa car track
Teak cockpit table
Open transom with fulll bench seat across opening (lifts for access to stern boarding ladder)
Dual steering wheels for maximum control
The Salona-38 boasts the largest cockpit in her class. Free of obstacles, featuring an easily convertible open-to-closed transom, and extensive use of carbon details. The mainsheet track is recessed under the deck, but it also comes with the unique option of being easily transferred onto the coach roof if desired. A teak faced transom bench offers sailing security and can be removed when racing or top provide water access at anchor. In the cockpit there are two spacious lockers with an optional additional dedicated locker for 2 propane tanks. To achieve the perfect] helming position during racing, and angled foot rest, which is flush when not in use, has been included in the design.
I ……….. 48 ft 7 in …. 14.85 mtr
J ………………. 14 ft 5 in … 4.44 mtr
P …………….. 47 ft 5 in ……. 14.45 mtr
E ……………. 17 ft ………… 5.2 mtr
Mainsail …. cruising Dacron sail
Genoa 140% cruising Dacron sail on roller furler
Mainsail – racing carbon laminate
Genoa - racing carbon laminate
Grey hull (recently Awlgrip painted)
Dynema cascade Backstay (adjustable)
Harken performance deck hardware
Carbon spinnaker pole
Vacuum infused epoxy-based Vinyl Ester
Performance T shaped keel
At the heart of all Salona yachts is the hallmark stainless steel frame that securely spreads the loads from the keel, shrouds and mast evenly throughout the hull, but the design of the Salona-38 goes a step further. Layers of carbon fiber have been added to carefully designated areas of the hull’s inner liner, resulting in maximum stiffness and durability, and achieving equilibrium with her stainless-steel structure.
Rarely will you see a vessel with both the fine attributes and details demanded by the racing enthusiast and also the comfort demanded by the cruising family. This Salona-38 is such a vessel.
Owner’s personal effects
Tender and Outboard- optional
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.