Builder Green Marine

Great Britain

Green Marine produces custom built luxury boats in the superyacht market which are presented here. The shipyard has no current production line models available.

Superyachts

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About

History of the company

Green Marine is widely known in sailing, the shipyard was founded in 1982 and has built over 180 yachts in composite materials. Among them were such famous series as TP-52, Open 60's, Mini Maxis, multihulls for« America's Cup and»Volvo Ocean Race.

The company has also been at the forefront of building hulls for carbon fibre superyachts in Britain. Cooperation with leading naval architects has been established in this area.

Status

In 2017 Green Marine was declared bankrupt and left the market.

Production

In recent years, the company has moved production to Hight in Hampshire from Limington and Southampton. The modern production facility employed about 40 people. To ensure that the products meet the highest standards, the plant has been continuously upgraded and even received ISO 9001-2008 certification.

Fleet .

The shipyard has taken a strong position in the Maxi Yacht segment and has built boats for the famous Green Marine. Wally. Also the shipyard with Sojana cache released in 2003 introduced a new term in the industry - Fast Cruising. It is a maximum of comfort and luxury combined with high driving characteristics.

Features

The Company made a significant contribution to sailing and contributed to its development. The shipyard has introduced many innovative developments that have been successfully adopted by other manufacturers. Without ideas and technology, Green Marine yachting today would look different.

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