October 19, 2023

New Model: Greenline 58 Fly

Greenline 58 Fly is here, so says the website of the Slovenian motor cruiser and yacht builder who raised into fame following the launch of its 32 model in 2008.  With this new flagship Greenline is celebrating fifteen years in business and over a thousand deliveries, a celebration which have seen the builder always pushing on its clean hybrid energy beliefs, and today has arrived in its fifth version of the H-drive electric-diesel-solar propulsion system.  Designed by Marco Casali the Greenline 58 Fly is a spacious eighteen meter motor yacht offering the latest design trends, from open view veranda aft decks, hard-top up top which can be optioned with more solar panels, and an astern galley main deck layout.  Down below the Italian designer and Slovenian builder present a spacious three double cabins three heads layout with a midships full beam owners stateroom.  A choice exists here to have a two head layout, and replace the third en-suite with a walk-in ward robe for the VIP suite, with an option for the third cabin to modify as an office room.  The new Greenline 58 Fly is standard powered by twin Cummins 610hp as standard with optional engines going up to 1000hp by Cats or Volvo for top speeds around thirty knots.  As in any Greenline the 58 Fly follows the Slovenian green energy offer with a 1.32kw solar power system which is optionable up to 3.63 kw if you add the extra panels in the hard-top, and a twin 25 or 100kw electric motors option.  Greenline cruising is here and with the smaller 25kw electric motors alone the 58 Fly is able to reach six knots top speed and cruise for 25 nautical miles at five knots, while with the larger 100kw top speed goes up to twelve knots and at seven knots cruises for 25 nm in electric mode only, and up to 500 nm with diesel generators.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 18.2 m (59.9ft)
Beam - 5.12 m
Draft - 1 m excluding propellers
Displacement - 30 t dry
Fuel Capacity - 2300 l
Water Capacity - 600 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, optional one crew cabin berth
Engines - 2 x Cummins QSM11 610, QSM11 715hp, or Volvo D13 1000hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 26 knots max with Cummins 715hp, 29 knots with Volvo 1000hp
Project - Marco Casali
Certification - CE A

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