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13 September 2023

63rd Genoa International Boat Show News – Hybrid and electric propulsion for Greenline’s new models

The Slovenian shipyard Greenline will be presenting two new models in its fleet of yachts with hybrid and electric propulsion at the 63rd Genoa International Boat Show: the Greenline 58 Fly and the Greenline 40.

The new Greenline 58 Fly (18.20 metres) is a luxurious and comfortable yacht that stands out for its flexible cockpit lounge layout that can be converted into a daybed. The interiors can be organised with two or three cabins for 4 or 6+2 beds. Of particular note is the large galley.

As far as engine set-up is concerned, the Greenline 58 Fly can have two diesel engines with power ratings from 618 to 1013 hp (top speed from 22 to 29 knots) or the HDrive hybrid technology with a pair of 725 hp diesels (26 knots) integrated with 2 electric motors of 2 kW for 5 knots in full electric mode. Finally, the EDrive electric technology, with fully electric propulsion with 2 x 100 kW motors for 12 knots maximum speed and 7 knots cruising.

The Greenline 40 (length 11.99 by 4.25 beam) combines a pleasant cockpit with a large open space inside with the galley overlooking the cockpit. The sleeping area on the lower deck has the master cabin forward with a king-size bed and a second cabin. Also for the Greenline 40, the engine options range from the traditional diesel to the HDrive hybrid to the exclusively electric EDrive.

www.greenlinehybrid.com/

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