Greenline

Founded: 2008

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History

The story of Greenline Yachts began in 1983, when the brothers Jernej and Japec Jakopin, who owned the naval design studio J & J Design, created the company Seaway. For many years before starting its own production, Seaway was engaged in the development of numerous award-winning projects for other manufacturers, such as Fairline, Jeanneau, Bavaria, Sea Ray.

In 2009, the company's first project was the Greenline 33 Hybrid, created on the basis of new hybrid technology. The next year, the debut model becomes the bestseller - more than 550 boats were delivered to happy customers in 28 countries, making Greenline 33 the world's best selling 10m boat. 

A year later, the company launched the larger 40-foot Greenline 40 Hybrid, and in 2013 the Greenline 48 Fly.

In 2015 the brand changes ownership and SVP Yachts becomes the exclusive builder of Greenline range.

In 2016 another new model was launched - the Greenline 39. A year later it was selected among the finalists of the prestiguous "Boat of the Year" award.

In 2019 two new models were introduced - Greenline 48 Coupé and Greenline 45 Fly with exclusive interior design from Marco Casali. Greenline 45 Fly is probably the boat that offers more propulsion options than any other: it can be equipped with Diesel Shaft or IPS engines, with a Hybrid propulsion system (H-Drive) or it can be fully electric (E-Drive).

Philosophy

Greenline's philosophy is to create yachts that allow you to relax on the water without exhaust, noise or vibration. By request of the client, these yachts can be equipped with a hybrid or electric propulsion. Electric propulsion speed is 5-6 knots in case of H-Drive and up to 12 knots with E-Drive. The electrical network on Greenline yachts has a voltage of 230 volts, which is also convenient and eliminates the dependence on shore power. A refrigerator, an A/C unit, dishwasher, washing machine, coffee maker, toaster or hair dryer can be turned on at any time without starting a diesel generator. The battery capacity and accumulated energy in combination with solar power will be enough for a few days days to stay anchored and not think about charging. 

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About

History

The story of Greenline Yachts began in 1983, when the brothers Jernej and Japec Jakopin, who owned the naval design studio J & J Design, created the company Seaway. For many years before starting its own production, Seaway was engaged in the development of numerous award-winning projects for other manufacturers, such as Fairline, Jeanneau, Bavaria, Sea Ray.

In 2009, the company's first project was the Greenline 33 Hybrid, created on the basis of new hybrid technology. The next year, the debut model becomes the bestseller - more than 550 boats were delivered to happy customers in 28 countries, making Greenline 33 the world's best selling 10m boat. 

A year later, the company launched the larger 40-foot Greenline 40 Hybrid, and in 2013 the Greenline 48 Fly.

In 2015 the brand changes ownership and SVP Yachts becomes the exclusive builder of Greenline range.

In 2016 another new model was launched - the Greenline 39. A year later it was selected among the finalists of the prestiguous "Boat of the Year" award.

In 2019 two new models were introduced - Greenline 48 Coupé and Greenline 45 Fly with exclusive interior design from Marco Casali. Greenline 45 Fly is probably the boat that offers more propulsion options than any other: it can be equipped with Diesel Shaft or IPS engines, with a Hybrid propulsion system (H-Drive) or it can be fully electric (E-Drive).

Philosophy

Greenline's philosophy is to create yachts that allow you to relax on the water without exhaust, noise or vibration. By request of the client, these yachts can be equipped with a hybrid or electric propulsion. Electric propulsion speed is 5-6 knots in case of H-Drive and up to 12 knots with E-Drive. The electrical network on Greenline yachts has a voltage of 230 volts, which is also convenient and eliminates the dependence on shore power. A refrigerator, an A/C unit, dishwasher, washing machine, coffee maker, toaster or hair dryer can be turned on at any time without starting a diesel generator. The battery capacity and accumulated energy in combination with solar power will be enough for a few days days to stay anchored and not think about charging. 

Let's get you on board!

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