Greenline Hybrid Yachts plans exhibit at German show

Greenline Hybrid Yachts is planning to be at the Düsseldorf Boat Show next month after a tough year and a shift to new ownership.
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Greenline Hybrid Yachts is planning to be at the Düsseldorf Boat Show next month after a tough year and a shift to new ownership.

The company invited the yachting press to visit the Slovenia boatyard.

“As you may already be aware, the shipyard had passed turbulent times, beginning on this year,” the company said in a statement. “Now the new team of both yachting professionals and enthusiasts took control over the shipyard and successfully have turned Greenline, Shipman and Ocean Class business back on track.

“Starting from July 2015, our shipyard in Slovenia produces the famous Greenline Hybrid Motor Yachts again, with even better quality and bigger attention on customers’ needs and expectations, with over 25 boats sold up to date,” the company added.

Greenline went on to invite the press to perform a sea trial and to attend the Jan. 23-31 Düsseldorf show to talk about Greenline’s present and future.

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