Can't wait on your review of this new baby. Can't find any tests yet, and they should be interesting.
The Salona 35 has basically the hull from the 34. A new designed cabin top, a new keel, a new interior, two well set-up and many improvements some of them that I asked to be designed for "my" 38, like the bowsprit and the instrument pods.
A better boat I bet, even if the 34 was already a great boat. Regarding a review, as I have not sailed it, I will have to wait for the reviews from those that have sailed it and has I have nor been in Dusseldorf this year, I cannot judge also those interior modifications, except by the photos and that is not the better way. I will have a better idea when they post the 360º photo on their site.
For someone that is really interested in the boat nothing like charter the 34 for a week, have a factory tour and a visit to the 35 interior and maybe a short test sail.
The 34 tests on Video: They are in Italian but they all say very well about the boat:
I have posted recently about the 37ft Solaris designed by Soto Acerbal and I said that it was a great cruiser. I know that many in this forum will consider that an extreme racer. Let me show you a racer by Soto Acerbal, the Soto 40, weighting almost half and having a not very different ballast with a similar beam. I have already talked about the boat and show some movies but these images are beautiful, from PalmaVela 2012, Mallorca, Balearic Islands
TNT 34, a very interesting Trimaran that promises to have an explosive performance, an apropriated name I would say.
Trimarans are expensive but this one is not as expensive as the Dragonfly 35 even if its interior is simpler and less well finished.
For about 200 000€ some lucky guy will have a boat that has cruising capacity, an incredible sailing performance and a boat that can fold in two ways: For transporting in a trailer and laterally (see the movie) to fit in the marina on a monohull place.
And it is also a looker. I will be waiting for a video of this one sailing, I bet it will be interesting.
TNT 34 spreads the wings. We are ready for Baltic Sea trials
And some of the most fantastic sail images ever taken: Larry Ellison's Sayonara on that race going at full blast. Amazing how the boat can take that kind of punishment…more than the crew that broke several bones on the process