Greenline will debut 48 Hybrid at German show

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Greenline Hybrid Yachts will unveil its new flagship 48 Hybrid to the world at the Düsseldorf Boat Show Jan. 18.

The first boat in the range to offer a flybridge, the boat is technologically different, with solar panels on the roof that charge lithium batteries that power two 14-kW electric motors and 10-kW generators, making electric-diesel hybrid sailing possible.

Greenline said it has the largest production hybrid fleet in the world and has won 24 international awards.

The new model includes a new interior design, a NextGen hybrid system, two guest cabins, a hydraulic platform and a utility compartment under the salon.

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