Greenline 58 Fly Review: Cruising in Green Luxury

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New Greenline 58 Fly continues the mission and the vision of her Slovenian builder, promising green cruising in the comfort and safety of regular motor yachts

Greenline 58 Fly: Where Sustainability Meets Sophistication

The new Greenline 58 Fly, which debuted at earlier this year at the Cannes Yachts Festival, is an impressive new model from the Slovenian builder Greenline, whose appeal primarily lies in its environmental sustainability, comfort and luxury.

Continuing the success of the previous Greenline 45 model, sold in more than 50 units, the builder decided to refresh the exterior and interior lines, and the person for the job was Marco Casali from Too Design studio. The recognizable characteristic of this model are straight, decisive exterior lines that retain the distinctive Greenline look and allow more natural light to seep into the interior.

Indulge in Unrivaled Comfort: Spacious Interiors & Luxurious Amenities

Greenline 58 Fly sideview

The spaciousness of the Greenline 58 Fly is noticeable from getting aboard. The cockpit table is adjustable in height, while the benches are placed parallel to the longitudinal axis of the ship, so all guests enjoy the same view of the sea.

At the same time, this layout allows free flow of movement. Aft, there is another sitting bench, as well as a large hydraulic platform serving the tender or a jet-ski, with a load capacity of up to 500 kg.

The spaciousness of the Greenline 58 Fly is immediately visible, and its design is signed by Marco Casali

Large and wide steps allow water access, impressive enough to be on a larger yacht. The main deck, where the cockpit, galley, salon and the command post all are, is a conceptually unique space where spaces can be connected or separated by cockpit doors.

The centrally positioned galley is large enough for preparing all meals, and the adjacent dining space in the cockpit is comfortable for all meals and cocktails. All kitchen appliances, including the large refrigerator, are made by the renowned Slovenian appliance maker Gorenje.

Greenline 58 Fly salon
The salon is large enough to host an oak dining table, with a bench that comfortably seats up to eight

The salon is large enough to host an impressive oak dining table, with a bench that comfortably seats up to eight. The TV is hidden opposite the diner, in a low cabinet, and when in use, visible from the entire dining area. This space is flooded with natural light, seeping through the large windows, and enjoys an almost 360-degree view of the sea. This is also true of the interior command post, which enjoys excellent visibility.

The command console is ergonomically adapted for longer cruising, with Besenzoni leather seat with hand rests. The dedicated side door allow for easier communication with the bow, which comes in handy when anchoring. The command console on the fly bridge is dominated by two 60-inch plotters, which, in addition to navigational data, also monitors status of the electric drive and batteries.

Greenline 58 Fly master cabin

Below deck, the new Greenline 58 has three spacious cabins and tree bathrooms with showers. The standing height in the cabins is 1.96 m, which, alongside the abundant natural light, makes the lower deck extremely pleasant and comfortable. The guest cabin is starboard, while the VIP cabin with a 2.1-meter long bed 2.1 and a private bathroom is located in the bow.

Your Private Oasis Awaits: The Master Suite Redefines Relaxation

The full-width owner’s cabin, with a double bed, is astern. Also available is the version with a skipper’s cabin, which converts the 1.8 m high pantry space under the galley into a crew cabin.

The passageways towards the bow are very wide and give a sense of safety, while the dotted hull windows allow natural light to pour into lower deck cabins. The bow is reserved for a spacious sundeck that covers the entire front part of the superstructure.

The flybridge of the Greenline 58 comes standard with a carbon hard top. The designers paid special attention to reducing the total weight of the model, for making achieving the greatest possible range when using the electric drive.

Experience Unmatched Performance & Efficiency: The Greenline 58 Fly

The hard top on this model not only provides excellent protection from the sun and rain, but also has integrated solar panels that power the ship’s lithium batteries with additional 3.6 W, giving the yacht complete autonomy at anchor, without the need for a generator.

If the energy stored in the lithium batteries is used for navigation, the model boasts a 25-mile range at five knots, and with the use of the generator in the hybrid cruise mode, top speed jumps up to 6.5 knots, but without the absolute silence of the electric drive.

The unit that we tested at the fair in Cannes was powered by two 715-hp Cummins engines, providing top speed of up to 26 knots and cruising speed of up to 18 knots, with a consumption of 96 l/h. The model is also available with 1000-hp Volvo Penta D13 engines, reaching 29 knots. The hull is quite skillfully balanced for excellent stability and handling at low speeds, as well as comfort at maximum speeds.

With this model, Greenline confirm their dedication to building ecologically sustainable hybrid-powered yachts designed to the highest standards, while making sure that comfort and luxury remain at the highest level.

Greenline 58 Fly specifications

LOA: 18,2 m
Beam: 5,12 m
Draft: 1 m
Displacement: 30 tonnes
Engines: 2 x Cummins QSM 11 715 KS 2 x Volvo D13 1000 KS
Electric cruising speed: 6 knots
Maximum speed: 26 – 29 knots
Builder: Greenline Yachts

Text Marin Marušić

Photos Greenline

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