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  • Yacht Details 43' Selene 2002
  • Location Sausalito, CA
  • Engines John Deere
  • Days on Market41 days
  • Last UpdatedJun 15, 2019
  • Asking Price$499,000
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Yacht Description

"Freyja" is a serious, stable, offshore trawler with 2,500 nautical mile range.  She consumes a miserly 2.2 gallons per hour with 860 gallons available. Important features include Stabilizers, Watermaker, Diesel Heat, Two Radars and a long list of additional equipment making her ready to cruise....anywhere!

With her Flag Blue Hull she is a "head-turner". The profile of the Selene 43 (LOA - 47'6") is admired by all who appreciate nautical beauty!

"Freyja" is in outstanding condition as the many photos taken on 6/11/19 show.

Her premium downtown Sausalito slip is transferable!  




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  • Make John Deere
  • Model 6068TFM
  • Fuel Diesel
  • Hours 1854
  • Type
  • Drive Type


  • Cruising Speed: 8 kn
  • Beam: 15' 8''
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Max Draft: 5' 4''
  • Displacement: 66,000 lb
  • Fuel Tank: 1 x 860|gallon
  • Fresh Water: 1 x 250|gallon
  • Cabins: 2
  • Heads: 2

General Description

The Selene 43 is a Raised Pilothouse Full Displacement Trawler designed for offshore, long-range voyaging. The 43 features Cockpit, Main Salon and Galley on the Main Deck with full walk-around, covered Side Decks. Below deck are two Staterooms, two Heads, Commissary and Engine Room. The Pilothouse provides great vision, a full helm with electronics, Settee and a Pilot Berth. The Flybridge is accessible from the stairwell in the Pilothouse and features another full helm, ample seating and a mast. There is space for the Tender on the aft end of this deck. "Freyja" has a Nick Jackson 1,000# davit for loading and off-loading the tender. "Freyja" also has a Custom Settee on the aft end of the Flybridge Deck. Forward of the Raised Pilothouse is a Portuguese Bridge, seating and a Foredeck with Sampson Post, Windlass, and anchor Pulpit.

The Selene 43 has a low center of gravity, a comfortable motion at sea, full keel and a profile that is admired world-wide!


The Selene 43 is boarded from the swim platform through the transom door or from port and starboard boarding doors. Boarding from the swim platform is safe and easy from a tender and perfect for dogs and kids. The cockpit is large enough for a table and chairs and the salon is entered from a Diamond Seaglaze dutch door at the forward end of the cockpit. The teak satin finish in the salon is complimented by a teak and holly sole. Looking forward past the salon is a centerline galley with a few steps to port down to the staterooms and to starboard a few steps up to the pilothouse. These steps are gradual and easy eliminating a steeper stairwell down from the raised pilothouse. The salon is elegant with settee and table that expands when more guests are aboard. There is a flat screen TV and great sounds from the Fusion music system. At the aft end of the main salon is a hatch in the cabin sole leading down to the commissary where you will find wine storage and a water maker.

Down the few steps to port in the salon is the entrance to the engine room through a watertight door and forward is the guest stateroom to port which has a unique bi-fold door offering a private stateroom or an open arrangement with the door open and folded. The guest head and stall shower are to starboard. Ahead of the guest stateroom and guest head is the master stateroom featuring a centerline bed with drawers beneath. This stateroom is accentuated with burled wood countertops and teak book shelves. There are large hanging lockers both port and starboard. There is a teak-framed mirror with countertop and four drawers below. Another nice touch is the four teak and glass storage cabinets. An opening hatch with two-way screen and privacy cover above the bed offers natural light and air. Audio-Visual equipment includes a 32” flat screen TV and sound from the Fusion system. The master stateroom provides lots of storage in an elegant setting.

Up a few steps to starboard from the forward end of the main salon is the pilothouse. The first impression here is visibility! Sitting at the raised settee offers great views and comfort. Behind the settee is a watch berth for another guest or watchmate. There are port and starboard Diamond Seaglaze dutch doors. With the doors open as well as the opening hatch above the helm natural ventilation is amazing keeping the pilothouse cool. The pilothouse doors provide access to the covered side-decks and Portuguese bridge. There is a beautifully crafted teak stairwell from the pilothouse providing access to the flybridge.

The flybridge deck is expansive with twin helm seats and a settee at the forward end. The visibility from this helm is excellent with a good view of the bow. There are full controls at the helm including bow and stern thruster controls. You are always in full control of the Selene 43 when maneuvering in and out of a slip or in any tight space. This flybridge deck is fully enclosed and the enclosure is a poly carbonite material that is always crystal clear and won’t yellow or deteriorate with time. Of course the enclosure can be opened on sunny, warm days. The tender is carried on the aft end of this deck and “Freyja” has a Nick Jackson davit to off or onload the tender in addition to the mast and boom. A special upgrade to “Freyja” is the custom aft settee with an incredibly beautiful table featuring an eye-catching inlay.


Vitrifrigo RF Series front-loading refrigerator

Freezer drawer below w/ digital display

Force 10 stove/oven/broiler/ignitor

Granite counter tops

Stainless steel sinks

Grohe faucets


Ample cabinetry and drawers


Storage lockers

Wine rack

HRO Seafari Escape 20 gph water maker

Main Salon

Satin finished teak

Teak and Holly sole

Large L-shaped settee to port

Straight settee to starboard

Dining table with internal expandable leaf


Flat screen TV is forward

Satellite TV system using Dish

Fusion sound system MS-AV700i


Fusion interfaces with two TV’s

Diamond Seaglaze door to cockpit


Raised settee

teak table at settee

Watch berth

Teak stairwell to flybridge

Port and starboard Diamond Seaglaze doors

Oceanair hatch with screen/sunshade

Helm station with electronics panel

Brass clock and barometer

Loud hailer

GPH meter


Raymarine 48 mile color radar

Nobeltec 36 mile radar

AIS transponder

Furuno color depth sonder

Raymarine chart plotter

(3) Raymarine ST-60, depth/speed/wind

(2) GPS

Icom M-127 DSC VHF radio, 3 stations

PC with Nobeltec software

PC with Coastal Navigator software

(2) flat screen displays

Simrad AP-22 autopilot

Simrad AP-21 remote

Simrad rudder position indicator

Wesmar CPS 1000 stabilizer control panel

Wireless bow and stern thruster controller

4” Ritchie compass


12 vdc/120vac

125v/30 amp shore power

(3) 8D, (6) 4D AGM batteries

Westerbeake 8 kw generator with sound shield

Magma pure sine-wave inverter/charger

Newmar battery charger

Link 20 battery monitor

Xantrex Pathfinder

LED lighting throughout


John Deere 6068 TFM with 1854 hours

Trolling valve on main

Dripless shaft seal

Sidepower bow and stern thrusters

Wesmar active fin stabilizers

Spurs line cutter

ESI fuel polishing system

Reverso oil change system

Dual Racor fuel filters

Automatic fire suppression system

Torrid 20 gallon water heater


Muir electric windlass

Sampson post

Dual anchor rollers on bow pulpit

60# CQR anchor with 400’ 3/8” G4 chain

50# Rocna with 300’ chain and line

Custom stainless steel fender holders at foredeck

Fresh and salt water washdown fore and aft

Dockside pressure water system

Shore power inlets fore and aft

Forespar mast and boom on flybridge deck

Electrical controls for boom

Nick Jackson davit on flybridge deck

Full flybridge polycarbonate enclosure

11’6’ Bullfrog unsinkable tender with GPS and depth sounder

20 hp Yamaha outboard with electric start

(2) fuel tanks for tender

Custom Magma propane bbq in cabinet on flybridge deck

Custom L-shaped settee on aft end flybridge deck

Custom double-leaf teak table at settee with starburst inlays

Other Features:

Webasto DBW hydronic heating system

Registers and thermostats for Webasto system

Remote control panel for Webasto system

Splendide combo washer/dryer vented to atmosphere

Honeywell “Dryzone” dehumidifier system throughout

Control panel for Dryzone system in pilothouse

Granite counter tops in both heads

Bath tub!!!!!

New propane tanks and lines

MOB Forespar rescue strobe


Sat TV dome mounted on top of mast

Fresh water Vacuflush heads with pumpout

Large lazarette storage under cockpit

Grunert freezer in lazarette

Tide clock


Lead ballast for stability

Brokers Comments:

“Freyja” looks as good or better than the photos! (and the photos are great!)

Her Flag Blue hull is dazzling. Her condition is incredible! Her equipment is well-planned!

Summer is just around the corner!




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