April 3, 2019

Project: Jet Tern Selene 72 Ocean Explorer

For several years Howard Chen has worked with Guido de Groot, the famous Dutch designer to create new yachts, which have all the qualities of a Selene classic ocean yacht but with softer lines and a different interior decoration that attract European owners.  James Fwu of JFNA, a renown naval architect of Taiwan joined this international team for the hull lines, hydro-statics data, structural design, stability calculations, dynamics performance and final EU Type Examination Certificate with RINA.  This result is the project of the Jet Tern Selene 72 Ocean Explorer, with a length of just over 23 meters, and a displacement of 72 tons.  The Selene 72 Ocean Explorer will feature a four double cabins interior, full beam owners cabin, and fourth cabin with bunks.  A crew area with two cabins is located aft.  All the living in the Selene 72 Ocean Explorer is located on the main deck, with the traditional split area which welcomes you in the lounge, takes you to the dining, and then up two steps takes you to the galley and helm station.  The Selene 72 Ocean Explorer will be powered by twin Cummins 405hp engines which allow for top speeds up to eleven knots.  A single engine version is also to be available.

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