A world leader in the hybrid-yacht market, Seaway Yachtsannounced the addition of a new hull to their Greenline series of power cruisers.
Among the the unique offerings found aboard, Greenline says the 36 will be the first production yacht to come with air conditioning and heating as a standard feature.
Designed the J&J Design, the same firm behind the rest of the Greenline series, the 36 will spot some familiar features including expansive solar paneling and copious amounts of wrap-around windows. The significant amount of glass panoramic views both above and below deck, aimed at creating a bright interior that feels larger than more comparably sized boats.
Equipped with a 220-horsepower Volvo D3, Greenline claims a top speed of 18 knots while keeping the efficiency and tracking ability of a displacement hull.
Aimed squarely at cruising couples, the standard layout (pictured below) offers owners a forward master cabin with a secondary twin-berth to port and a single, shared head.
"With its open comfortable space and easy water access the new Greenline 36 Hybrid is equally well suited for fun and entertainment day trips or long cruises," reads a company press release.