In 1970, a famous Taiwanese architect Dagong Wang (Da-Hong Wang) was contracted by the government of his country to create a monument of the successful landing of Apollo 11 on the moon. The monument was decided to give the name of the Greek goddess of the moon — Selena. But the memorial was not built and remained only on paper. Later one of the students Wang — Howard Chan, decided to use the idea and give it the name of the new line of yachts. So in 1998 there was a company Jet Tern Marine, building a displacement hull trawlers Selene and is Jet-Tern Group belonging to the family of Chen.
currently, in various parts of the world can meet more than 400 yachts of this yard. The headquarters of the company is located in Taiwan, and production site are located in Chinese areas Dongguan and Zhuhai (Guangdong province). The range of companies present ocean-going yachts from 78 to 128 feet and with autonomy from 4 to 8 thousand miles. The design of the yacht runs the architectural office Guido de Groot, including, in conjunction with Howard Chen.
the Company intends to soon become the market leader in trailer boats from fiberglass and is constantly increasing production, supplying its customers with 30-40 boats every year. According to Chen, the firm's major clients — the people of 50-60 years, dreaming of a calm ocean voyage, after many years of hard work. The shipyard also builds motor catamarans Journey 47 and Apollo 65.
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