|Estado del barco||Nuevo|
|Clase de oferta||Motor|
|Categoría||Yate a motor|
|Material del casco||Fibra de vidrio|
|Ubicación de la embarcación||West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Eslora total||14.63 m|
|Peso seco||30423 libras|
|Tanques combustible||1500 litros|
|Tanques agua dulce||660 litros|
|Tanques de reserva||2 x 80 litros|
The Greenline family is the next green innovation that complements the current range of Greenline 33, 39 and 40 while presenting exciting new features. New interior design, NextGen Hybrid system, comfortable flybridge, two en-suite guest cabins, hydraulic platform, utility compartment under the saloon plus many more features that make this boat, the boat for you!
This is the first boat in the Greenline range to bring the amenities of a flybridge which opens new horizons to her users. Not only will she pamper her guests with perfect comfort, but she will also be on a technologically new level from her competition. Solar panels on the roof charge lithium batteries, which power two 14 kilowatt electric motors / 10 kW generators, making electric-diesel hybrid cruising possible.
Like the rest of the yacht, the salon includes 220V/120 V home appliances that will make you feel at home
Greenline Hybrid technology is the only environmentally sensitive and reliable system in any vessel today. We want to keep our most beautiful boating paths in the same pristine condition as when we first discovered them.
Greenline Hybrid is a powerful answer to this concern as it uses up to four times less fossil fuel than a planing powerboat in similar conditions. For example, at about 11.5 knots it easily accomplishes 1NW/Gal. If longer ranges are desired, you can slow down to 7 knots and its efficiency is almost 2 NM/Gal, resulting in a range of 685 Nautical miles and also fully charging the battery pack without the need for a generator. In electric mode, it is completely emission-free. The hybrid (diesel-electric) and solar-powered drive systems have proven themselves both reliable and cost-effective. This has enabled the birth of Greenline 33, the world’s first production hybrid and solar-powered boat, that is today accompanied by her bigger sisters Greenline 39, Greenline 40 and Greenline 48.
Not only is the Greenline 48 efficient, but it is also is built to Offshore Classification "B", designed to withstand winds up to 40 knots and waves up to 13 feet. This assures a comfortable and safe passage for you and your family and guests.
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Want to enjoy your yacht this summer?
Order Greenline 48 FLY :
2 x Yanmar 8LV370 - 2 x 370hp (shaft drive);
Sunbed mattress with lifting headrest. Bimini above the lifting headrest;
Cupholders integrated in sunbed mattress. Protective cover for sun bathing area;
Raymarine Axiom 12" touchscreen multifunction display with build in GPS, WIFI - helm station;
Raymarine Axiom 12" touchscreen multifunction display with build in GPS, WIFI - flybridge helm station;
Raymarine EV-200 hydraulic autopilot system. P70R Color control unit. DST800 smart transducer;
Radar 4kW Quantum Radome;
Communication pack (US Raymarine Ray90 incl. 2nd station + Glomex VHF antena);
Diesel heating system, two "Webasto" units.
Generator ONAN Cummins (diesel) 13.5 kW110v/60Hz MDKDN
Sternthruster 6,3 kW with 2 x 100 Ah/12V battery
Search light with joystick
Extra large flybridge biminitop stainless steel support forward and aft. Incl LED light
Bigger engine hatch
Cablemaster shore power cable handeling system, electric (maximum 2)
"SHRINK WRAP " transport protection cover
TRANSPORT CRADLE (mandatory for overseas shipping)
EXPORT DOCUMENTS FOR NON EU COUNTRIES
IMPORTANT: There is no more 9.5% duty for Canadian buyers because of Canada–European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).
Canada and US Buyers: We will arrange yacht delivery, customs clearance and all purchase documents required to register the boat in Canada or US.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.