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Greenline Yachts unveils new 36 Hybrid

Greenline Yachts is introducing the Greenline 36 Hybrid, a single-engine, double-cabin new generation of the brand.
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Greenline Yachts is introducing the Greenline 36 Hybrid, a single-engine, double-cabin new generation of the brand.

Standard on the boat is a large-capacity lithium battery connected to a high-capacity inverter/charger to use regular home appliances, including a high-volume fridge, TV, electric cooking and blender and toaster.

Greenline said the 36 Hybrid is the first production yacht to offer an air-conditioning/heating unit as a standard feature. It can run throughout the night without the noise of a generator because of the lithium battery and solar panels, the builder said.

The 36 Hybrid’s hydrodynamics are based on a series of tank-testing work to connect low drag — needed for electric low-power sailing and to warrant fuel efficiency and long range — and retain the high speed potential of the yacht.

The 36 is the fifth generation of Greenline hull lines and it is aiming at top speeds above 25 knots while keeping the efficiency and tracking ability for displacement speed cruising.

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