Selene

    Naval architect Ron Holland has designed a craft that reaches a top speed of 18 mph—exceptional performance for a vessel this size. Selene’s water toys include a jet tender, two Waverunners, two sailing dinghies, and two kayaks. Inside Information: In keeping with a wave motif that recurs throughout the yacht, a concave wall behind the king-size bed echoes convex woodwork along the opposite wall, and even the entry door has a curved frame.

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