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GOING GREEN

Source: LOA39'4"MAX BEAM12'3"The Greenline 39 has sturdy-looking lines as well as a European feel to her exterior.

I HAVE TO BE HONEST: I’m not overly familiar with Slovenia. The small, former Eastern Bloc nation is sandwiched between the yachting mainstays of Italy and Croatia, and, I’d guess, is a bit of an afterthought for most Americans — if they even think of it at all. I’m also not overly familiar with Slovenian-built boats.

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