Salon/Saloon on a boat usually doesn't go into actually application. It's for vessels big enough to have "state rooms" and seperate rooms for eating. Basically it is fancier and takes up less room on the drawings than writing "dinning area". My boat is too small/simple to have a Saloon, the cabin
area is divided at the mast
forward and main cabin
w/pull out double bunk, coffee table and iceboa/chart table, there is a partial bulkhead dividing the galley
from the rest of the cabin.
No one actually uses the term unless there "Yacht" is so incredibly big the rooms need to be named and/or someone wants to try an make people think it is so big the rooms need to be named.
But the to answer the question there are various definitons for the word Saloon
: a usually large public cabin on a ship (as for dining)
the living area on a yacht
(3) :a room or place for general use for a specific purpose: a dining saloon
on a ship.
In a search for Salon Nautical I came up with "Nautical Hair Salon"
is located in Suisun City, Ca.