GREENLINE 45 FLY LAUNCHES AT CANNES

Greenline 45 Fly

Aug 27, 2019

The responsible revolution charges onwards at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival

Greenline Yachts will expand their range of eco-conscious motor yachts at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival with the introduction of the ground-breaking Greenline 45 Fly. This all-new model is already proving a sales hit with 25 confirmed orders and production capacity doubling to two units per month. Delivery time is now early summer 2020.

The Greenline 45 Fly is unique in its sector, both in terms of its impressive variety of propulsion options and the choice between two extremely luxurious ensuite cabins with walk-in wardrobes or a three-cabin layout with two spacious bathrooms. Thanks to the fourth generation of Greenline’s game-changing H-Drive diesel/electric/hybrid technology no boat of this size offers the quiet, emission-free sustainable boating experience that the 45 Fly does.

The combination of solar panels, an in-line electric motor and inverter/charger mean that 230V AC is available at all times without the need to resort to a noisy generator. A significant added benefit is totally silent, emission-free cruising for up to 30 nautical miles at 5 knots, perfect for inland navigation or approaching anchorages.

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