Greenline 39 Key Features – Review
Managing Director of Eyachts, Peter Hrones explains the key features of the Greenline 39 and you will be impressed as to what this awesome yacht has to offer.
Not only is the Greenline 39 economical and efficient but looks and feels like a luxury yacht fit for a family.
Peter Hrones stated, “The Greenline 39 is the easiest boat I’ve parked in my life.”
Top Speed – 25 kts | Consumption – 70 lts/ hr
Cruising – 18 kts | Consumption – 46 lts/ hr or 8kts | Consumption 7lts/ hr
Accommodates 6 people choice of single or doubles.
High board walks (SAFE)
Drivers side door
Solar power 1.2KW
Full size fridge
2 Electric hatches
Single shaft drive diesel
Bow and stern thruster
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