Greenline Yachts is a forward-thinking company focusing on quality building techniques, comfort, safety and concern for the environment, all evident on its exciting 45 Fly.
Greenline, founded in 2008, takes an innovative approach to designing every new boat.
“One of the most important things we incorporate in all our builds is dedication to shaping the future of responsible boating,” says Luca Meffle, head of Greenline’s sales and marketing.
To Meffle’s point, the boat’s hybrid drive system provides a simple and easy method of switching between traditional diesel power to all-electric running. The ability to solar-charge daily, with extensive battery capacity providing house power to the yacht, makes Greenline an eco-friendly choice.
The 45 Fly’s “green” footprint is not the only outstanding feature found aboard.
A sleek, well-balanced and low-profile exterior is pleasing to the eye. The hydraulically operated swim platform, capable of holding up to 1,100 pounds, accompanies a large transom stowage area for water toys and other gear. A barbecue option transforms this space into a fun place for owners and guests while at a favorite anchorage. For added relaxation, don’t forget the bow sun pad.
Boarding is safe and easy via aft staircases to either side, and once aboard everyone is greeted by a well-crafted transom table and seating in the cockpit with access to the bridge deck forward and to port. Once topside, there is an expansive area, courtesy of the 45 Fly’s full beam, with plenty of seating, a portside helm, and a space for an optional barbecue console. Notable main-deck features include safe walk-around room from stern to bow and an easy-to-deploy aft window, opening up the cockpit to the starboard galley inside.
The interior is bright and airy courtesy of large windows all around, with a lower starboard helm offering a sliding door outboard for easy access to the deck and side-boarding door. There is a dinette to port with seating for six. A table atop a high-low pedestal converts to an additional berth.
The living accommodations are belowdecks and can be configured in either two- or three-stateroom layouts; the latter has walk-in closets, one with a washer/dryer, as well as en suite heads, while the former loses the closet space. Regardless, there is ample space allotted for stowage for extended voyages.
An elegant design inside and out, defining decor, fine fit-and-finish and attention to detail, the latest in construction techniques, and a unique selection of power options, including hybrid, all-electric and traditional inboard diesel engines, are all part of the Greenline 45 Fly’s profile.
The 45 Fly lets yachtsmen enjoy the boating lifestyle while also reducing impact to the environment.