Learn to Run a Selene 47 Trawler

Selene Annapolis Charter has teamed up with the Sea Sense Powerboating School to offer the Selene 47 Holiday for charter and/or instructional charter on the Chesapeake Bay in 2010. Charters are a five-day, four-night on-board comprehensive experience. Sea Sense will provide a structured course covering boat systems, operation, course plotting and navigation, boat handling, docking, and [...]

17th February 2010.
By Tom Tripp

NextGen Selene 47 Holiday -- Photo: Billy Black

NextGen Selene 47 Holiday — Photo: Billy Black

Selene Annapolis Charter has teamed up with the Sea Sense Powerboating School to offer the Selene 47 Holiday for charter and/or instructional charter on the Chesapeake Bay in 2010.

Charters are a five-day, four-night on-board comprehensive experience. Sea Sense will provide a structured course covering boat systems, operation, course plotting and navigation, boat handling, docking, and a variety of other topics for singles as well as couples. The instructional charter is intended to provide those with a serious interest in cruising a comfort level and knowledge foundation to schedule bareboat charters and confidently handle their own boat. Sea Sense Captains Carol Cuddyer and Patti Moore regularly offer in-depth trawler training around the country, including the popular two-day PassageMaker University Course for women.

Holiday is a 2009 Next Generation Selene 47, which means it has the increased engine room height, cruiser stern, prop pocket, offset galley, L-shaped pilothouse settee, and anchor pulpit of this latest model. She also features the latest in electronics, and both bow and stern thrusters for added maneuverability. Bart and Beth Beckman own Holiday and say, “Holiday is a fantastic trawler, perfect for a couple or two to explore and enjoy coastal cruising.” The company did not disclose the rates for these charters but said they are available upon request.

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Tom is the publisher of www.OceanLines.biz, a website about passagemaking boats and information. He is also a contributor to Chesapeake Bay Magazine who has been at sea aboard everything from a 17-foot homemade wooden fishing boat to a 1,000-foot-long, 96,000-ton, nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.

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