Brokerage: Greenline 48 Fly

This boat helped to create the hybrid market.
Greenline 48 Fly
Engine options for the 48 Fly range from twin 220 hp Volvo Penta diesels to twin 480 hp Cummins diesels. Courtesy Greenline Yachts

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