Greenline Yachts are expanding their fleet by an exciting new member, the Greenline 45 Fly. It's exterior features and naval architecture are signed by the world – renowned design and multi – award winning design studio J&J Design. The interior was designed by Marco Casali – Too Design, a highly respected Italian designer Known for his projects in the superyacht sector.
Choose silence or speed The Greenline 45 Fly will introduce a new propulsion system, offering incredible speeds and easier maneuvers. Sticking true to their environmentally friendly boating philosophy, the 45 Fly will be avaliable with state of the art H – Drive, Hybrid technology where you can choose between electric engines cruising at 6kts and shaft diesel engines reaching speeds of 25kts with 2 x 370 HP. The Fly is also avaliable with IPS 500 or IPS 600 engines where maximum speeds reach more than 30 knots.
At home, away from home
Greenlines are equipped with high - quality home appliances - a full size fridge and freezer unit, induction stove, microwave and AC sockets, no need for adaptors. Greenline's inbuilt technology works around the clock, rarely ever needing shore power cables. You will be blown away how comfortable, friendly and home – like a boat can be.
On the outside, the Greenline 45 Fly has an extremely sporty character highlighted by the elegant wings at the back of the fly bridge. The full beam Flybridge superstructure expands over the entire width of the yacht, making it the largest in its class, at the same time protecting the sidewalks and covering the cockpit from rain and sun. The Flybridge has a comfortable lounge and sundeck, a bench for 2 people and a helm station, all complemented by a bar that can be equipped. The 45 Fly now has the never been done, option to add a fixed Flybridge T – Top, tripling up the capacity of solar panels while making life on the terrace even more appealing. In other words: with never – ending electricity, you will never have to serve room temperature drinks to your friends and family again.
The main deck of the 45 Fly has been designed for your comfort and peace of mind. The hydraulic swim platform gives access to the cockpit on both sides of the very comfortable cockpit seating area. Accessible from the swim platform, you will find a large storage space for accessories with a bar on the back with possibility of having a barbecue, sink and worktop, as well as LED lighting for evening dinner preperations and cup holders cook hydrated at all times. Galley connecting the cockpit and salon is a Greenline Yachts signature design feature and the 45 holds true to this. The salon is comprised of a U – shaped lounge area with a sette facing to starboard and the helmsman's position with a side door for easy single - handed maneuvering.
Impressively designed cut – outs in the caprails enchance visibility fromm the VIP cabin in the bow area. Further forward on the bow deck lies another lounge with an optional Bimini and anchor locker for access to the anchor roller and windlass.
Incredibly comfortable cabins
By far best feature of this yacht is the mid – ship cabin with island king – size bed (180 cm) complemented by superior full beam portholes blessing the mid – ship cabin with a magnificent view to both sides, creating a light atmosphere. The extra – large guest cabin is situated in the bow offering an island queen – size bed (160 cm) and just as spectacular view thanks to the cutouts in the cap – rails on the both sides of the hull. The level of comfort the guest cabin offers is incomparable to any other yacht in this size range.
Both cabins also offer a private bathroom with a seperate shower and a large, prestigious walk – in wardrobe. This addition to the yacht is set up with mirrors and lights to make any woman feel like a princess. If you are looking for more sleeping capacity, the walk – in wardrobe can be converted into a third bunk cabin complete with a generous storage closet. Three cabins are extremly rare fort his size of boat.
The Greenline 45 Fly motor yacht will celebrate its world premier at the Düsseldorf Boat Show in January 2019 following by Miami Boat show in March and Palma de Mallorca in April.