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With sporty ex­te­rior de­sign and naval ar­chi­tec­ture by J&J De­sign, the new Green­line 45 Fly fea­tures a be­spoke in­te­rior by Marco Casili, best known for projects in the su­pery­acht sec­tor.

The 45 Fly comes with pure diesel or hy­brid propul­sion. Elec­tric en­gines al­low cruis­ing at 6kts while diesel boats reach speeds of 22.5kts. Volvo Penta IPS is also avail­able with top speeds reach­ing 30kts.

Equipped with high qual­ity home ap­pli­ances and AC sock­ets, and with am­ple bat­tery power and so­lar pan­els, Green­lines rarely need shore power.

The 45 Fly’s full-beam fly­bridge su­per­struc­ture ex­tends over the width of the yacht, pro­tect­ing the side decks and cock­pit from rain and sun. The fly­bridge fea­tures com­fort­able lounge and sun­bathing ar­eas, a two-seater bench and helms­man’s po­si­tion, and a fully-equipped wet bar. An op­tional fixed fly­bridge T-top triples the num­ber of so­lar pan­els.

The swim plat­form is hy­drauli­cally-op­er­ated, there is am­ple toy stor­age and a wet bar aft, fea­tur­ing a BBQ, sink and a work­top.

The sa­loon fea­tures a gal­ley aft lay­out with a U-shaped lounge area, plus a set­tee to star­board. A side door af­fords eas­ier sin­gle-handed ma­noeu­vring.

This is a two-cabin ves­sel, with a third cabin an op­tion. Cabins are spa­cious and have en­suite bath­rooms and walk-in wardrobes.­line­hy­ www.hy­brid­

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