Builder Greenline Yachts

Slovenia, Begunje na Gorenjskem

Greenline Yachts

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The brand Greenline Yachts produces hybrid yachts and semi-displacement yachts. There are 7 models currently in production ranging from 11 to 19 meters. We invite you to explore all current and older models from Greenline Yachts and contact us for sales and pricing information.

Greenline Yachts Model Range

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History of Greenline Yachts

The story of Greenline Yachts began in 1983 when the J & J Design brothers, Jernej and Japec Jakopin, founded Seaway in Slovenia. Long before launching their own production, they were developing projects for other yacht manufacturers such as Fairline, Jeanneau, Bavaria and Sea Ray.

In 2008, the brothers founded Greenline Yachts. That is how the company's premiere project, Greenline 33 Hybrid, debuted. A year later, the company launched the larger 40-foot Greenline 40 Hybrid, while in 2013, the Greenline 48. And everything was going well. However, the consequences of the 2008-09 crisis for the brand were devastating. Despite the popularity of the products, the company failed to cope with financial difficulties and, as a result, in 2015 declared bankruptcy. Vladimir Zinchenko and his company, SVP Yachts, acquired the shipyard's assets (Greenline, Shipman and Skagen brands). Since then, the company's product line has tripled, and its staff has grown by ten, reaching 250 people. Since the change of ownership, the company has built over 150 yachts and is actively building up its fleet.

Current status

The company is very much into responsible boating. The brand feels itself as a synonym for constant innovation in boat building and design. And consider its mission to continuously shape the future by being the most innovative and responsible boat brand.

Production of Greenline Yachts

The company's headquarters and production site are located in Begunje, Slovenia. The company maintains a wide dealer network all over the world.

Model range

In the model range, there are boats and compact yachts with unique naval architecture and composite hulls up to 18 m long. Some models are equipped with gasoline or electric engines, while others have three options for power plants - diesel, hybrid or electric engine.

Features of Greenline Yachts

The Greenline philosophy is to create yachts that allow you to relax on the water without exhaust, noise or vibration. The boats can be equipped with a hybrid or electric propulsion system if the client wishes. The speed of yachts on an electric stroke is 5-6 knots. The power grid on Greenline yachts has a voltage of 230 volts, which is also convenient and eliminates the dependence on shore power. The refrigerator, air conditioning, dishwasher, washing machine, coffee maker, toaster or hair dryer can be switched on anytime without starting the diesel generator. With solar panels added, the yacht's energy independence is even higher.

Greenline Yacht Sales

A motor yacht is a significant investment, and finding the right partner when looking to buy is crucial to avoid costly mistakes. That is to say, the itBoat team of yacht experts has years of experience in the yachting industry and can help you find the perfect new or used Greenline yacht that fits your needs and budget. We can provide you with professional advice, guidance and support from an initial consultation up to the final delivery of your dream yacht. We invite you to contact us today for a no-obligation chat and learn more.


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