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  • Selene 49 Completes Atlantic Crossing

    Kevin and Laura Katzke completed their trans-oceanic passage in early July, arriving in Brazil after departing the Cape Verde Is. eight days earlier.

    They tell a fascinating, exciting, and enjoyable recounting of this adventure in their log, which you can read their log by clicking here.

Sound Insulation

Modern ocean-going trawlers are virtually all powered by diesel engines, which are very reliable and efficient, but also quite noisy. Controlling engine noise is an important part of a safe and comfortable passage. Excessive engine noise is not only annoying, but it can impair communication between crew members, cause headaches, and hinder sleep. Inadequate rest can lead to fatigue and poor decision making at sea. Long-term exposure to excessive noise can damage hearing.

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