November 29, 2022

New Model: Jet Tern Selene 72 Ocean Explorer

Jet Tern presents the new Selence 72 Ocean Explorer coming from Howard Chen long standing collaboration with Dutch designer Guido de Groot. With this the 72 Ocean Explorer profile was drafted to fit the qualities of a Selene classic ocean yacht but with softer lines and a different interior decoration that attract European owners. James Fwu a renowned naval architect of Taiwan joined this international team for the hull lines, hydrostatics data, structural design, stability calculations, dynamics performance and final “EU Type Examination Certificate” with RINA. The Selene 72 Ocean Explorer comes with a length overall of just over 23 meters, a displacement of 72 Tons and equipped with two Cummins 405hp engines reaches a cruising speed of nine knots, and a max of eleven. What is catching eyes is the elegant combination of modern styling and the line of a reassuring ocean going vessel. It shows a number of the Selene family traits with her powerful raised pilothouse, Portuguese bridge, wide upper deck, and side-deck walk-arounds which provide safety and convenience for passengers of all ages. But a new approach is also visible in the addition of the large side windows in the hull and the curvy and sleek lines of the flying bridge.  The Selene 72 Ocean Explorer exterior elegance extends to the beautiful light-filled interior in the climate-controlled salon offers high-end comfort with a surrounding view of nature while cruising or at anchor. The lower deck of the Selene 72 Ocean Explorer has three or four guest cabins, a luxurious full-beam owner’s cabin and a crew’s quarters with two cabins and private head which is connected to a very large swimming platform, which can be equipped with a hydraulic Tender-lift.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 23.09 m (75.9ft)
Waterline Length - 20.3 m
Beam - 5.92 m
Draft - 1.98 m
Displacement - 72 t
Fuel Capacity - 11,355 l
Water Capacity - 2649 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, or eight berths in four cabins, two/three crew in two cabins
Engines - 2 x Cummins QSL9 405hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Project - Guide de Groot exterior, James Fwu naval architect

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