Greenline 39 Key Features – Review
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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