The all-new Greenline 45 Fly will have its in spring 2019
It’s been quite a summer of product announcements for Greenline with recent news of the new NEO project and now this, the Greenline 45 Fly.
With naval architecture and exterior styling by J&J Design and an interior penned by Italian Marco Casali the 45 promises to be an attractive package.
There are some familiar Greenline style cues in place, like the buttresses that cover the side decks at the aft end and a window that runs around the coach roof to draw light into the VIP cabin. Note how there are cut-outs in the bulwarks to improve the view out, too.
The master cabin amidships is full beam and sits low in the deck to create as much headroom as possible. Lower deck layout options include a three-cabin arrangement with bunk beds to starboard, a version with day head access to the VIP ensuite or a pair of sizeable walk-in wardrobes for each cabin in place of the bunks.
There are plenty of engine options too, including a hybrid system. Here, a pair of Volvo Penta D3 220s on shafts are mated to a 40kw electric motor for a top speed of 6 knots on electric power alone, though the range is yet to be revealed. On diesel power the top speed is 25 knots.
If sheer performance is important there are also IPS engine options and Greenline claims the largest IPS600s are good for 30 knots.
The yard also claims that the 45 Fly has the largest flybridge in its class, with enough space for a double helm, sunpad, spacious dinette and wetbar to supplement the transom mounted grill and sink, which lifts to reveal toy storage.
Prices are yet to be announced.