Selene adds charter division

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Selene Annapolis Yachts recently added a charter division to its yacht and brokerage company and is offering charter opportunities on board select Selene yachts in the Chesapeake Bay area.

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A Selene 53 has been available for charter since last fall and hull No. 1 of the next generation Selene 47 will join the charter fleet once commissioning is complete. The Selene 53 has been chartered twice already since June with a third charter booked for September and a fourth in October.

"We encourage anyone considering the purchase of a Selene to take the time to charter," said Chuck Wistar, president of Selene Annapolis. "The cost of chartering is well worth it to confirm the long-term investment of buying a Selene, or any other of the Tier I trawlers."

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