Tree-huggers rejoice. Greenline’s new hybrid flagship, the Greenline 68 Oceanclass Hybrid, can run, as well as have fun, in the sun.
There are times when you just want to enjoy the peace, the quiet and the squawk of seagulls on the bow rail.
With Greenline’s latest hybrid-powered 68-footer/20-metre, making its show debut at the 2021 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, that means the option of gliding along at seven knots for around 25 nautical miles in stealthy, zero-emission silence.
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