In addition to carry Greenline’s signature hybrid system, this 12m model is equipped with a Volvo Penta D3 220HP engine.

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Greenline 36 Hybrid

Pro Nautik AG, SVP Yachts’ partner in Switzerland, will present the Greenline 36 Hybrid at the Interboot show

SVP Yachts, the Slovenian company that now builds the Greenline Hybrid brand of motoryachts, has announced that the first series production model of its new Greenline 36 has left the shed.

The new model is now ready to make her global debut at the German boat show InterBoot 2016. The 8-day event runs from 17-25 September in Friedrichshafen.

The Greenline 36 Hybrid is a single-engine, double-cabin motoryacht and the first production yacht ever to offer — amongst other features, all-time 220V on board, air conditioning/heating unit, Li-Po battery and solar panels, all as standard.

In addition to carry Greenline’s signature hybrid system, this 12m model is equipped with a Volvo Penta D3 220HP engine.

Boat show success

SVP Yachts had planned to display the prototype model at the boat show in Cannes, but it has not disclosed the reason why the model could not make it to the show.

The boatbuilder did attend the event in the South of France with the Greenline 48 and Greenline 40.

“Our experience at the Cannes Yachting Festival is really positive. We have sold five Greenline 48, two Greenline 40 and received around 20 initial orders for the Greenline 36 even without showing the boat,” Ilya Berezin, marketing and dealer relations director at SVP Yachts, told IBI.

The Greenline 36 Hybrid will be presented to the market by Pro Nautik AG, SVP Yachts’ partner in Switzerland.