Greenline is building a new 45 Coupe hybrid that it plans to introduce at the Düsseldorf show in January. It’s a sport version of the 45 Fly that made its U.S. debut at the Miami show last February.
Powered by twin 440-hp Volvo IPS600 pod drives, the 45 Couple will top out at about 30 knots. Under all- electric power, it can cruise at 6.5 knots, leaving no fumes, noise, vibration, or carbon footprint behind.
An array of solar panels on the hardtop can produce at least 15kWh of energy on a sunny day, enough to meet the daily needs of four people on board without having to turn on the genset.
The Greenline 45 Coupe has the same Slovakian craftsmanship, hull, and drivetrain as the 45 Fly. The exterior comes from J&J Design in Slovenia, with the interior by Marco Casali, of Italy’s Too Design studio, which specialize in superyachts.
The boat is a two-cabin, two-head cruiser with a light-filled interior. A large electric sunroof lets in a lot of natural light to the salon, which has a large U-shaped settee and a table on the port side and a two-person settee to starboard. The helm is also to starboard, with a door opening to the side deck for assistance with docking or line-handling.
The fully equipped galley is aft, with a large window that lifts up on a gas strut and a counter that folds out to serve guests in the cockpit. A large glass door connects the salon and the cockpit, which has a large settee aft facing a wooden table on two stainless steel pedestals.
The swim platform lowers for access to water sports. It’s also the base for a small outdoor galley built into the transom, with a wet bar, sink, and barbeque.
Below, the full-beam master stateroom is amidships, with an island king-sized bed, a walk-in closet, vanity, and head with separate shower. Windows in the hull sides let in natural light. The guest cabin is forward, with a queen bed and a walk-in closet. It has private entrance to the day head with a separate shower.
LOA: 51’11”; Beam: 14’11”; Draft: 3’7”; Disp.: NA; Fuel: 400 gals.; Water: 176 gals.; Power: 2×440-hp Volvo IPS600 pod drives. Read more: