Greenline’s protected Superdisplacement® hull shape generates less drag, less wake, lower CO2 emissions, creates the ability to use less fuel, and enables the use of (limited) electric power. This hull geometry produces less wake, offers better seaworthiness and easier handling than any comparable hull.
The reduced energy requirement means less running cost, less refueling stops and more time in your favorite anchorage or cruising archipelago.
The hulls are outstandingly efficient throughout their speed range, bringing unbeatable mileage and range of over 700 nautical miles at a speed of 7 knots. This, combined with a top speed up to 15 knots, makes long day trips a breeze. The electric drive mode will not only allow to cruising in complete silence at speeds of up to 6 knots, but also offer a range of up to 20 nautical miles, before the diesel motor is required.
Besides being efficient, the Superdisplacement hull shows optimum performance in all sea conditions - an important factor in comfort and safety when underway. The Greenline manages any kind of sea situation with ease, needing only minute corrections at the wheel.
The twin sacrificial stabilizers are a further advantage of this hull, and have three functions: they deliver roll stability, tracking stability, and protect the drive and rudder. If the stabilizers get damaged, the structure of the boat will not be affected. The fins can be quickly and inexpensively replaced.
A few of the many benefits include a comfortable, safe ride, easy maneuvering and low running costs.