Greenline Introduces the Neo

Greenline’s Neo comes in open, hard-top and coupe versions, all with standard solar power.

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For those who cruise in cooler climes, the Neo comes in a hardtop version.Greenline Yachts

Greenline, the hybrid- and electric-propulsion brand owned by SVP Yachts in Slovenia, has introduced a new model: the 36-foot Neo.

The Neo comes in open, hard-top and coupe versions, all designed in conjunction with J&J Design in Slovenia to carry 14 guests.

Owners can choose a lounge with a table, or a sun pad, at the bow. Standard features include a cockpit wet bar, a belowdecks cabin with a U-shaped settee and head, and a hydraulic swim platform that has high, low and middle positions.

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(Clockwise from top) The open version could prove popular in warmer environs; Power can be traditional gasoline or electric outboards. Cruising speeds vary from 6 knots to 34 knots, depending on power setup; A C-shaped settee keeps guests and the helmsman within earshot.Greenline Yachts

Solar power is also standard. Twin electric Torqeedo outboards reportedly push the Neo to 16 knots. A range extender can take the boat 180 nautical miles at 5 knots, according to Greenline.

For faster speeds, twin 300-horsepower Mercury engines are available and push the Neo to 45 knots, Greenline says.

What's the base price? The open version is about $116,000. The hard-top Neo starts at about $133,700, and the coupe's base price is about $150,000.