inboard express cruiser / diesel / twin-engine / hard-top
40

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Characteristics

  • Motor type:

    inboard

  • Power source:

    diesel

  • Number of engines:

    twin-engine

  • Deck layout:

    hard-top

  • Style:

    downeast

  • Below-deck configuration:

    2-cabin, 6-berth

  • Deck features:

    sundeck

  • Length:

    11.99 m (39'04")

Description

Greenline 40 truly redefines family boating. The level of comfort and convenience at anchor and safety underway were brought to a whole new level. The comfort of safely moving on deck with ease, excellent visibility, ambient light and ample ventilation in all areas are well above expectations.

Wether you just want to spend an afternoon on the water with your friends, or take a longer cruise with your family, Greenline 40 is the right choice.

Your Comfort
When you combine one of the best insulated engine bays with a modern diesel engine, you get one of the most silent boats on the market today.

One level living concept makes the movement onboard the Greenline 40 safe and effortless
City water connection connects the boat’s water system with the shore water grid – just like the electricity connected to shore power.
In the owner’s cabin, the beds can be moved to create single or double berths.
The Greenline 40 has three different entry height levels (stern platform, side exit, bow), allowing you to safely board and disembark your yacht at all times.

Your Experience
Greenline 40 is the best choice for a couple with occasional friends or a small family of experienced yachtsmen, for hardened sailors or even for newcomers to boating with all the comforts of home.

She runs silently, without smoke, or wake in electric mode and drastically reduces the amount of fossil fuel used during a boating season at sea, on lakes or inland waterways.
Diesel or electric? Hybrid! All it takes is a flip of a switch to turn a diesel driven boat into full electric and back. Straightforward and simple.