Taiwanese builder to give boat its world debut in May
This beast is the all-new Selene 66, which will make its world debut in May on the Cote d’Azur.
For those unfamiliar with this range of boats, they’re built in southern China by Taiwanese firm Jet Tern Marine.
There are 12 boats in all, from 36ft to 72ft. All are trawlers and designed for extended passagemaking.
There are currently 30 Selenes cruising the Med, according to Jet Tern, with another 17 in build for European customers.
Of the new boat, the company says: “The 66 incorporates refinements made from owner feedback. She bears the hallmarks of the Selene range with handcrafted interior and trademark muscular exterior styling.”
It’s guide price is £1.2m.
For more on the boat, get in touch with the yard’s European dealer – Selene Europe – on firstname.lastname@example.org.