A dizzying array of options means that there should be a Greenline 45 Fly to suit all tastes
Where to start with the Greenline 45 Fly? It has five engine choices including shaftdrive and IPS plus an optional hybrid system or even a fully electric version with twin Torqeedo I80 inboards and a pair of 40kwh BMW i3 batteries.
There are a lot of options to pick from but this boat can be as simple or complicated as you wish. The twin shaftdrive one with 370hp per side will do 25 knots, the hybrid one with twin 14kwh electric motors mounted inline with a pair of 220hp diesels will do 16 knots (or 6 knots on electric alone), while the most powerful IPS600 option will crack 30 knots, and all come with solar panels and a big domestic battery bank negating the need for a noisy, smelly generator when anchored in a quiet bay.
Though the standard layout has a full-beam master cabin amidships and a VIP cabin forward both with spacious ensuites, you can also spec a third cabin with bunk beds if required.
The other big win is a flybridge that extends across the full width of the boat as well as all the way aft, creating what is claimed to be the largest flybridge in its class.
There is even an optional hard top for it with even more solar panels on top. With all of these choices there should be a Greenline 45 for everyone.
LOA: 47ft 4in (14.43m)
Beam: 14ft 8in (4.5m)
Engines: Twin Volvo Penta shaftdrive/IPS & Hybrid/Electric drive
Top speed: 30 knots
Price from: €469,000 ex VAT