Greenline Yachts have launched three dedicated test centres to enable clients to crisscross the globe and experience the magic of being behind a Greenline helm. The test centres are located in three easy-to-reach destinations:
- Control EU Test Centre, Frankfurt
- Shipyard Test Centre, Slovenia
- North American Test Centre, Fort Lauderdale
Seatrial A Greenline In The Sunshine State
Sun seekers can visit our test centre in the ‘Sunshine State’ of Florida. Greenline Yachts felt it was particularly important to provide their US clients with access to sea trial a Greenline. After all, the carbon footprint of flying across the globe is opposite of their brands mission- to reduce boaters carbon footprint. Greenline Yachts US clients have pent-up demand to seatrial newer models of the boats released, and Fort Lauderdale, famed for its beaches and boating canals was the natural choice.
Improving the Greenline Customer Journey
Greenline Yachts continues to improve their clients' user experience. “The moment of inception begins before a transaction. We aim to enhance the buying experience by providing wider access to our boats, provide clients with maximum suitability.
Raising Awareness About Responsible Boating
Part of Greenline’s mission is to increase awareness about how responsible boating can be. Launching the test centres demonstrates to people unfamiliar with Greenline Yachts that responsible boating can combine luxury, comfort and efficiency.
Increased Availability: Fulfilling Demand
In the absence of boat shows ensuing the pandemic, Greenline Yachts wants to connect with a wider audience on a social level. Existing clients wishing to upgrade their models can now try out a whole range of options to see what they would like to buy next. Greenline Yachts are also looking forward to welcoming new faces. By increasing their exposure to the public, they hope to move a step closer to revolutionising electric boating.
As the summer season approaches, Greenline Yachts expects the demand for boats to continue to grow, largely due to a global realization that working remotely at sea is more viable than ever.