July 23, 2019

New Model: Jet Tern Selene 60 Ocean Explorer

Jet Tern present the brand new Selene 60 Ocean Explorer, the smallest explorer yacht in the explorer line. At first look, the Selene 60 Ocean Explorer by Guido de Groot shows a number of the family traits with her powerful raised pilothouse, Portuguese bridge, and bulbous bow. But a contemporary twist is also apparent in the addition of the large side windows in the hull. She is sure to appeal to existing owners and boat enthusiasts alike and takes the simple and proven concept of the fuel efficient and seaworthy long range explorer yacht to a new level of luxury that is intended to compete directly with the finest European yards but with all of the advantages of fiberglass construction. The Selene 60 Ocean Explorer has a brand new styling profile and a layout that contains three luxury staterooms and three, or two bathrooms choice. Although the yacht can easily be operated by the owner, it has a comfortable crew quarter aft with full head for a captain or steward, which can also double as a fourth cabin. Twin or single Cummins or John Deere engines are available for the propulsion system. The interior design will be contemporary, similar to the Selene 92 and 72. The Selene also offers unique versatility in the three deck versions to choose; Full Wide Body, Port Side Wide Body, and Standard Two Side Decks.
Technical Data:
LOA - 19.83 m (65.1ft)
Hull Length - 18.5 m
Waterline Length - 17.1 m
Beam - 5.44 m
Draft - 1.93 m
Displacement - 57.5 t
Fuel Capacity - 6813 l with twin engines, 7570 l with single engine
Water Capacity - 1892 l
Accommodation - six guests in three cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Cummins 425hp, or 1 x Cummins 610hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 13 knots max 10 cruise with Cummins 610hp
Project - Guido de Groot

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