A new model is expand the range of the Slovenian hybrid and the electric yacht builder. The 58 Fly marks the beginning of a new partnership between Greenline Yachts, Marco Casali of Too Design and MICAD engineering. Casali has penned a fresh exterior look for this new model with clean lines and tight proportions retaining the focus on elements that make a Greenline such a pleasurable boat to live aboard.
The single-level main deck with aft galley ensures the saloon and cockpit combine to create a large living and entertaining area and the cut-outs in the forward bulwarks align to deliver spectacular views over the water from the lower deck.
The interior comprises three cabins, two bathrooms, and walk-in wardrobes for the master and VIP ensuites. An optional feature allows the replacement of the twin guest cabin with a fully-equipped office space.
With the 58 Fly, Greenline Yachts cements its position as the leading manufacturer of boats with alternative propulsion. The yacht is equipped with 10 solar panels that generate 4kW of peak power. It also features the newly developed 6g H-Drive system with two 25kW motors combined with two Cummins 715hp.
Engine options include 715hp Cummins pure diesel or with Hybrid Drive, and a diesel-only twin 1,000hp Volvo Penta option. The Cummins 715s with Hybrid Drive allow a top speed of 25 knots and an electric cruising speed of 6 knots for a range of 30 nautical miles depending on the battery choice.
Greenline 58 Fly is not just an expansion of fleet—it represents Greenline’s dedication to excellence and vision for the future of yachting. Start your boating experience, contact the dealer at firstname.lastname@example.org and get more detailed information.