Maintaining the comfort and convenience both on deck as well as down below at the highest level across the whole Greenline Yachts range is of the most importance to us. The excellence in styling attracts even the most demanding and experienced boaters.
Greenline models accross the range share some common principles. One of them is natural light and a 360° panoramic view in the salon making living onboard pleasent and comfortable for the whole family.
On a Greenline, you will have constant 230 or 120 V AC power onboard to power your home appliances at all times. It is truly home away from home with a normal-size fridge, freezer, microwave, TV, air conditioning and normal sockets for charging your devices are all at your convenience, even when you are not hooked up on shore power at your dock.
We pride ourselves in having one of the most comfortable and safe range of boats available on the market. The Greenline concept puts comfort and convenience at the top of our priority list making it easy to move around as there is not a single step to overcome from the bathing platform to the helmsman’s position. Even the Greenline 48 Fly and our flagship Oceanclass 65 only have two steps from the platform to the cockpit level. This is truly unique on a high-volume yacht and ensures a very low center of gravity, which means stability.
We made some calculations how much power we consume spending a typical summer day at anchor. The simple sheet below is applied to a Greenline 39 with standard battery pack as we wanted to make sure the level of comfort is at the highest possible level for you and your family following the Greenline philosophy of spending time on the water without noise, vibrations or diesel exhaust.
weekend in the bay until battery needs recharge including cooking, fridge, freezer, anchor winch, lights, electric toilet, music, heating, etc…
weekend in the bay
with air-conditioning until battery needs recharge including cooking, fridge, freezer, anchor winch, lights, electric toilet, music, 5 hours per day air-conditioning, etc…