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Greenline Yachts are expanding their fleet with its latest member, the Greenline 45 Fly.

17 August 2018

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Lead by their recently appointed Head of Product Development Luka Modrijan, her exterior design features and naval architecture are penned by design studio J&J Design. The interior has been crafted by Marco Casali – Too Design.

The Greenline 45 Fly will be introducing new propulsion, for easier manoeuvring. Sticking true to their environmentally friendly boating philosophy, the 45 Fly will be available with state of the art H-Drive, hybrid technology where you can chose between electric engines cruising at 6 knots and shaft diesel engines reaching speeds of 25 knots with 2 x 370 hp. The 45 Fly is also introducing IPS with IPS 500 or IPS 600 setups where top speeds reach more than 30knots.

Greenlines are equipped with 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. All 2019 models have AC power as standard and have the battery power and solar panels to back it up.

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On the outside the Greenline 45 Fly has an extremely sporty character enlightened by the sleek and stylish wings at the back of the flybridge. 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 features comfortable lounge and sunbathing areas, a two-seater bench and helmsman’s position topped off with a fully equipped wet bar. The 45 Fly now has the option to add a fixed flybridge T-Top, tripling the capacity of solar panels while making entertaining on the terrace even more appealing.

The main deck of the 45 Fly was designed with your utmost comfort and convenience in mind. The hydraulic bathing platform has cockpit access on both sides of the comfortable seating area.  Accessible from the bathing platform, there is a large toy storage with an unique aft wet bar featuring a barbecue, sink and a worktop, LED lit for evening dinner preparations and cup holders to keep the cook hydrated at all times.

A galley connecting the cockpit and salon is a Greenline Yachts signature design feature. The salon is comprised of a U-shaped lounge area with a settee facing to starboard and the helmsman’s position with a side door for easy single handed manoeuvring.

Impressively designed cut-outs in the caprails enhance visibility from the VIP cabin in the bow area. Further forward on the bow deck lies anothersun lounge with an optional Bimini and anchor locker for access to the anchor roller and windlass.

By far the best feature of this yacht is the mid-ship cabin with island king-size bed complemented by superior full beam portholes blessing the mid-ship cabin with 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 and spectacular view thanks to the cut outs in the cap-rails on both sides of the hull.

Both cabins also offer a private bathroom with a separate shower and a full size walk in wardrobe. If more sleeping capacity is what you’re after, the guest wardrobe can be converted into a third cabin complete with a bunk bed with a generous wardrobe closet.

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