Suggested boat models suitable for Euronautic
charter management program in Croatia.

*Euronautic d.o.o. is not an official dealer for any boat model.


Greenline 33, Mozart (2023)

The Greenline 33 Cabin Cruiser is the right choice! With enough space & comfort for family cruises it has more features than any other 10-meter-boat.

Technical information

Base Dalmacija Zadar, Marina Kornati Biograd
Model: Greenline 33
Year built: 2023
Cabins: 1
Berths: 5
Berths (+): 5 (2+3)
Heads: 1
Length (m): 9.99
Beam: 3.47
Draught: .70
Engine: 220 HP VOLVO PENTA D3
Water capacity: 300.00 l
Fuel capacity: 500.00 l
Service type: Bareboat
Hints & Tips

Electric panel


Control panel + Main switches

Particular functions are marked next to every switch on the panel and explained by our skippers during the check-in.
LEDS near every switch indicate whether the particular device is on or off.

Main switches are located on the floor in the saloon.


Fuses and shore power

Make sure to check the shore power connection by checking the 220 V (green light on the panel). Please connect to the shore power cable whenever you have the opportunity.

Windlass fuse

Its located in front cabine under the bed.


Inverter is located in saloon under the floor.
Please make sure that all devices connected to the inverter should be used only as long as necessary, for example, until the mobile battery is charged, after which it should be immediately disconnected. Keep in mind that inverter consumes the electricity even if there is no device connected to it, so in order to preserve energy, please switch it off after every usage.


Emergency fuel cutoff valve

It is to be used in case of an emergency (fire).

It is located in engine compartment.



Toilet + Seacocks

By pulling and pushing the lever you can pump the seawater in and out of the toilet bowl.
If the small lever of the pump is in the left position, the water goes in and out at the same time. If it's in the right position, the water goes only out.
Make sure both seacocks are open when using the toilet.
After the use please close both of them.

DO NOT throw paper tissues, napkins or other garbage in the toilet bowl because it may clog the drain pipes.
To avoid unpleasant situation and extra expenses, please dispose the toilet paper and other garbage into a plastic bag.

Seacocks are in the toilet under the sink.

Engine and engine control panel

Engine compartment

All engines are regularly maintained by our mechanics.
Nevertheless, to be sure it is working properly, check the oil and water levels regularly, as well as inspecting the engine visually.
The procedure of controlling the engine will be elaborated by our skippers during the check-in.

Engine control panel:engine start/stop,gear lever,fuel level indicator,hour meter

1. Switch on the electric contact (button on the upper right side of the EVC panel).
2. Hold the start switch with light pressure (upper right on the EVC panel) for about 10 seconds (preheat)
3. Push the button fully to start the engine
4. The gear lever must be in neutral position,otherwise you will not be able to start the engine

Stopping the engine:
1. Push the stop button (lower right on the PVC panel)
2. Switch off the electric contact
Please return the gear lever to the neutral position before shutting down the engine.
Cruising speed is at about 2500 RPM. Faster than that puts great tension on the engine and the clutch and could result in damage.

Bow thruster

To engage the bow thruster, push both ON buttons. Maximum usage is for 10 seconds.

Navigation instruments

During the check-in, our skippers will explain the basic functions of all instruments. For more in-depth information you can consult user manual which is located in one of the cupboards in the galley.

Chartplotter & Autopilot

Chartploter and autopilot are loceated on control panet with all instruments.



Anchor and chain compartment + Electric windlass

During the maneuver please attach the compartment hatch to the fence using the provided rope with the hook. Please make sure the anchor doesn't hit the bow during anchoring procedure.
While lowering the anchor, engine should be turned on and in neutral running mode approximately 1500 rpms untill you release wanted lenght.After that put the gear lever to neutral and engage it slowly back to check that the anchor is holding well.

Just before you start lifting the anchor, engage the forward gear for 2-3 seconds (with minimum gas, just to get a slight push forward in the direction of the anchor). That way you will prevent the windlass to pull the whole boat, which can seriously damage it.
To avoid injury, wear gloves and shoes while operating the windlass.
The chain is marked every 10 m with a red mark.

Deck and dinghy

Cockpit shower

The boat is equipped with cockpit shower.
Please pull out the hose with care to avoid damage.
After the use check whether the tap is closed.


Dinghy is stored in cockpit floor storage.


Bilge pump

The automatic bilge pump is located in salon under the floor ( engine compartment).
If there is water in the bilge, the floating switch starts the pump.

Safety equipment


Lifejackets & Liferaft

All lifejackets will be in the salon during check-in ready for your inspection, so please during the check out leave them in the same place so we can check them.

Liferaft is located in cockpit in one of the locker.

Hints & Tips

In case of any damage that can be repaired on spot by yourself or with a help from a third person, please immediately contact our base in order to arrange eventual expense coverage is needed.
When returning to our base, please enter between the piers in reverse gear because the space between them is rather narrow.

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