The Greenline 58 Fly is the newest addition to Greenline Yachts’ fleet. At nearly 60 feet length overall, the 58 Fly is the Slovenia-based builder’s second-largest model. Marco Casali of Too Design handled the 58 Fly’s exteriors.
Power for the 58 Fly is either twin 610 hp or 715 hp Cummins diesels with hybrid drive. Twin 1,000 hp Caterpillar diesels are also available and reportedly produce a 30-knot top hop. Eleven solar panels atop the 58 Fly’s flybridge and hardtop produce 3.6 kW of power, and Greenline says, at full charge, the 58 Fly has a range of 30 nautical miles at 6 knots.
A hydraulic swim platform with an 1,100-pound lift capacity provides water access. Forward of the swim platform and up a small set of stairs, there’s a pair of benches for four on centerline. Additionally, four director’s chairs can fit here at the extendable hi-low table, accommodating a total of eight guests to dine. An aft-galley layout makes serving guests inside and outside easy.
When not being used for dining, the hi-low table converts to a daybed with fill-in cushions. The comfort accommodations extend forward, as there’s also a foredeck sun pad for three guests. Forward of the sun pad is a forward-facing bench that’s opposite two aft-facing seats. Atop on the flybridge, there’s a centrally located standing helm station flanked by benches on either side that accommodates four guests.
Belowdecks is a three-stateroom, two-head layout. The full-beam, amidships master, with 6-foot-5-inch headroom, and the forepeak, double-berth VIP each have walk-in closets, and a twin guest stateroom is abaft and to starboard. The VIP’s walk-in closet can be removed to have a third head, and the starboard-side guest stateroom can be replaced by a dedicated study. Within the study, there are built-in monitors, HDMI and USB ports, space for a printer and a sofa that converts to a single berth. A crew’s cabin aft has a single berth or two bunk beds, but it can also be used for stowage or as a workshop.
The Greenline 58 Fly is expected to launch in fall 2022.