Designed by Howard Chen in collaboration with the renowned Dutch architect Guido de Groot, the Selene 128 will be a true three deck motor yacht with a sundeck and will be the largest yacht of the Selene Ocean Trawler range.
She will have a GRP displacement hull and will be MCA Compliant and ABS Classed.
As for the layout, the lower deck will accommodate four en-suite cabins: two VIP and two guests. Forward, the crew area will have space for up to 10 crew members. Aft, there will be a technical place and a special area for diving gear directly connected to the very large swimming platform.
The main deck will feature forward the full beam master cabin with exceptional views from the massive hull windows. Directly aft is the galley. Aft, the dining room will be able to host up to 12 people and the spacious saloon will lead onto the aft deck.
The upper deck will have forward a large captain's cabin and a well-appointed helm. Aft, a socialising area will include a bar and a large skylounge. As on every Selene, the Portuguese bridge leads to the bow, where the foredeck lounge is situated with a large U-couch and a sunbed area.
Photos: Courtesy of Selene Yachts / Guido de Groot Design