Greenline yachts debuted its 48 Fly in 2015, becoming an early entrant into the hybrid-yacht genre. There have been 50 hulls built to date, with half of those being hybrid diesel-electric.
Photovoltaic panels help generate enough juice to run onboard systems such as air conditioning, refrigeration and more.
The yacht has a three-stateroom, three-head layout with a forepeak master and two guest staterooms.
At press time, there were nine Greenline 48 Fly yachts on the market, ranging from $647,715 for a 2016 model to $1.36 million for a 2020 version.
From the Archive
“Able to cruise 25 nautical miles at 5 knots in electric mode (under ideal conditions) and 1,000 nautical miles at 7 knots under diesel power, the 48 is made to travel. … The push of a button shut off the diesel engines and summoned the twin 14 kW electric drives. We crept up to a mooring ball in near silence. In fact, all I could hear from the flybridge was the sound of water rushing under the hull, something our sailing neighbors seemed to notice.”—Yachting, November 2015