The Greenline 48 - A New Sense Of Freedom
The flagship of the Greenline family, the Greenline 48 offers a host of innovative features to set her apart from the competition.
Designed for long-range cruising, with a new interior design, 3rd Generation Hybrid system, luxurious flybridge, hydraulic platform, utility compartment and much more, the Greenline 48 is designed to go the distance.
With a range up to 900 Nm under diesel power, the Greenline 48 is a world-class long range cruiser to take you and your crew in total comfort and safety.
With excellent helm visibility and space for your guests to relax and unwind, the flybridge of the Greenline 48 is ideally configured for dining, sunbathing or relaxing.
Life On Board
The layout of the Greenline 48 is designed to keep you and all of your guests together in the saloon. Subtle mood lighting and luxurious materials make your time on board that bit more special.
The aft galley layout is repeated across the Greenline range and connects the outside and inside spaces of the boat. With the opening rear glass panels, the boat seemlessly becomes one space for entertaining.
Convertible Master Cabin
The master cabin of the Greenline 48 offers the flexibility of scissor-berth twin or double configurations, allowing you to maximise the space on board during the day.
A spacious washroom offers the privacy and luxury you would expect from a much larger yacht.
With a huge forward sun pad, high bulwarks and innovative cut-outs, the spacious foredeck area does not compromise on light flooding the forward cabins.
The retractable sunshade and tilting headrests makes the sunpad the ideal spot to realax during the day.
With the fondness for indoor-outdoor spaces in our homes, Greenline have adapted the concept for the ocean with their signature aft layout.
The galley is the heart of the boat and makes the Greenline 48 one of the best layouts for socialising.
*Performance and range figures are given in good faith based on testing with largest engine options at 1/5th full load and calm seas and should be used as an indicative guide only. Dirt or marine growth on the hull, size of boat, engine choice and tuning, propeller condition and pitch, air and water temperature, fuel weight and quality, water weight, stores, number of people on board and other factors can each affect a boat’s performance and range.