Salana

Salana, drawing n°293 of Erik Salander. Probably the last boat designed by the great naval architect before he died. A fast sailing yacht with traditional details.

Totally rebuilt in Syros, Greece, between 2006 and 2009.
82 frames were replaced and among other work there is a new teak deck and a new engine.
Information courtesy of Freddy Joseph

She still has her original mast and boom which were found to be perfect.

She has also enjoyed racing at the Spetses Classic Regatta including 2012 where she cam third and 2014 where she came second.

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