Greenline 39 is a Sensible, Practical, Environmentally Friendly Alternative to Boat Design

The exciting Greenline 39 blends a single diesel inboard with solar and Hybrid power… and a lot more.

Born in the prestigious J&J Design Studios, responsible for over 300 designs for some 55 yards in 22 countries, the Greenline 39 joins sisterships 33-, 40-, and 48’ Fly models. And while all are different, they share a common DNA as being offered with a solar array along with Hybrid power.

Her single diesel engine is available in either Yanmar or Volvo Penta power—the latter is the only one that can run with the Hybrid system — making the Greenline 39 not only efficient and economical, but with both bow and stern thrusters, she is a dream to maneuver around the dock.

With a single level design, from the electrically operated swim platform to the starboard side helm forward, and with wide windows all around, including a sliding glass door aft, she offers around-the-compass views from inside.

Solid construction techniques include 5-axis routers, infusion technology, and hand finishing. A contemporary, low profile exterior combines with a specialized, seaworthy and stable hull design for a safe and comfortable ride. And her two-cabin layout allows for comfortable living accommodations while away from the dock.

Join Yachting Magazine aboard the Greenline 39 for a video walk-thru peek into the future of boat design and environmentally friendly technology…right now.