The Scotia 44 is a four wheel drive, deck salon and pilot house, expedition yacht built with high quality materials by the Canadian craftsmen of Snyder’s Shipyard in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia to the tough standards dictated by the squally conditions of the North Atlantic. Each Scotia includes a plank from the legendary Bluenose II in her woodwork to instill and carry on the centuries old Nova Scotian seafaring spirit. Her twin diesels give her tremendous manoeuvrability in close quarters and redundancy offshore. Her hull design, by the Maple Marine design team, features pilothouse windows that provide outstanding visibility from the inside helm station or while seated at the dinette. The interior arrangement is up to you. The presented layout at 2012 Strictly Sail Miami has a deck salon with 6′ 5″ headroom and windows that offer a panoramic view of the horizon.