The new hybrid boat (18 meters) for long cruises: Greenline 58 Fly


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Greenline 58 Fly
Greenline 58 Fly

Following the launch of the Greenline 45 Fly, which touched 50 units sold as early as October 2021, the new Greenline 58 Fly propels the yard to a higher dimension.

With an order book of 50 million euros, the brand aims to consolidate in the powerboat segment above 12 meters. The estimate is that by 2022 this portion of the market will account for two-thirds of Greenline sales. Today we preview the Greenline 58 Fly with all its new features.

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Greenline 58 Fly

The Greenline 58 Fly brings with it the beginning of a collaboration between Greenline Yachts, Marco Casali of Too Design and MICAD. Italian taste marries a shipyard that has long focused on sustainability. This new Greenline will have exterior lines designed by Marco Casali, with an increased focus on clean lines and proportions. At the same time, the goal will be to maintain cruiser-like habitability. The engineering part, however, will be handled by another Italian firm, MICAD.

Greenline 58 Fly – Blanket

Starting from the stern, the hydraulic bathing platform has a lifting capacity of 500 kg. Immediately behind is a bench for sitting that creates a beach club very close to the water. This area is separated from the cockpit with a glass window that distinguishes the two areas, but leaving them in direct communication.

Two stairs lead right up to the cockpit designed with two seats facing the extendable table that can seat up to 8 people, with the addition of an extra set of chairs. When not needed for eating, the table can rise and fall. A set of cushions allows this area to be converted into a sundeck abutting the aft beach club.

Greenline 58 Fly - Cockpit
Greenline 58 Fly – Cockpit

In the bow we find a second, rather spacious sundeck, which converts into a seat at the end. There are two more sofas in front, either side of the area used for the anchor and winches. Here, therefore, you can have another convivial area with greater privacy for example for when you are moored aft in a harbor. On board the Greenline 58 Fly, the deck plan is made on one level. Salon and cockpit communicate on the same plane resulting in a large social activity area and visibility to the bow.

Greenline 58 Fly - Cockpit
Greenline 58 Fly – Cockpit

Greenline 58 Fly – Flybridge

The flybridge aboard this standard yacht features a mast radar mounted at the aft end. This is for boat owners who need to navigate in areas with limited maximum height. On the other hand, for those who sail without such limits, the best choice (to enjoy this area to the fullest) is the carbon fiber t-top. The flybridge has a wheelhouse, bar area, convivial area with central table, bar, and a cleared area where deck chairs can be placed.

Greenline 58 Fly – Below Deck

Going below deck, the standard configuration provides up to three staterooms, two bathrooms and walk-in closets for the owner and VIP suites. The master stateroom is full beam and is located amidships, the most comfortable area of the unit and has 1.96 meters of height.

Greenline 58 Fly
Greenline 58 Fly

The other two cabins are designed as follows: VIP forward, with bathroom and built-in closet, and guest (double), to starboard. The VIP wall closet can also be used as a third bathroom. At the same time, the guest cabin can be repurposed and become a studio. Those who have long sailing in mind, in this way could choose then work even from aboard with the comforts of an office.

There is also crew cabin space on board with a single berth or a bunk bed. Those who plan to sail for a long time, managing the boat independently, may also opt for a stowage/service area.

Greenline 58 Fly – The hybrid cruising boat

The first step taken by the shipyard was to work on a lightweight hull. Carbon fiber was used to do this, particularly in the superstructure and hard-top, so as to keep the center of gravity low and the boat light. The 11 solar panels located on the flybridge and hard top structures produce 3.6kW of power and allow the boat’s domestic services to run without a diesel generator. It also has a hybrid system with two 25kW motors that can be connected to any gimbal drive motor.

Greenline 58 Fly
Greenline 58 Fly

Engine options are between Cummins 610hp and 715hp diesels, both available with Hybrid Drive, and a Caterpillar option with two 1,000hp engines for a maximum speed of 30 knots. The Cummins 715s with Hybrid Drive will push the 58 Fly to a top speed of 26 knots, cruise at 20 knots. On electric power alone, the boat will cruise at 6 knots with a range of 30 nautical miles on a full charge.

Greenline 58 Fly – boat data sheet

LOA 18.2 m
Beam 5.12 m
Draft (loaded) 1 m
Displacement (dry) 30 tons
Fuel capacity 2,500 liters (3,500 optional)
Water capacity 600 liters
Engines Twin Cummins 610/715hp
Twin 1,000hp Caterpillar
(Hybrid Drive with twin 25kw electric motors)
Top speed 30 knots (twin 1,000hp)
Cruising speed 20-23 knots
Electric cruising speed 6 knots



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