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A proven Alaska cruiser, the Selene 48/49 is a heavily built raised pilothouse trawler with a level of design and engineering sophistication consistent with the entire Selene fleet. Hull construction is solid fiberglass below the waterline, and a full-length keel and flat aftersections minimize roll to produce an easy motion at sea. With her Portuguese bridge, reverse-slanted pilothouse windows, and huge full-beam flybridge the Selene 48 projects the image true long range passagemaker. Entering the salon through the cockpit door, an L-shaped settee with hi/lo table is to port with two swivel chairs to starboard. Just forward of the salon on the starboard side is the U-shaped galley with granite counters, upright refrigerator/freezer, and a commissary lazarette below for provisions. Lower level accommodations consist of two large staterooms and two heads with stall showers. Incorporated in the interior plan is a large pilothouse with a watch berth behind the pilot seats. Engine room access is located at the aft end of the accommodations companionway or from the salon. The flybridge has a centerline helm, L-shaped settee, wet bar, and space aft for a tender. A single 330hp Cummins diesel will cruise at 89 knots.
Overview Long-range passagemaker with ballasted, full-displacement hull takes cruising comfort to the next level.
Features Opulent pilothouse interior with traditional teak joinery, spacious salon with galley forward, boasts two large staterooms, each with ensuite head. Cockpit lazarette is huge. Note wraparound Portuguese bridge, fiberglass hardtop, protected side decks, integral swim platform. Reverse pilothouse windshield reduces glare.
Comments Marketed as the Selene 49 since 2010.
Performance Cruise at 910 knots with single Cummins 330hp diesel.