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NEW BUILD Fleming 65 - Next available delivery for Spring 2024
The Fleming 65 was introduced in mid 2005 in response to a strong demand for an intermediate Fleming between the 55 and the 75. Her layout is very similar in concept to the 55 but the 65, being approximately 70% larger in displacement, offers much more interior and deck space than her smaller sibling. Fleming Yachts decided to retain hull number 1 (named Venture) to evaluate her design performance as a well-found cruising yacht as well as providing a test bed for new equipment. Since commissioning in 2005 Tony Fleming has cruised VENTURE more than 60,000 miles along the West Coast of North America from La Paz, Mexico to Juneau, Alaska, back down the Coast to the Sea of Cortez, to the Galapagos Islands, through the Panama Canal, up the East Coast into the Hudson River, Erie Canal and the St. Lawrence Seaway. Along the way Tony has provided the yard with valuable feedback and suggestions that have been incorporated in the 65 production line. Thanks to Tony's extensive testing and evaluation of these refinements, several new items are now available on production models.
DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION
AFT DECK AREA
PILOT-HOUSE DECK LEVEL
Standard three stateroom accommodation includes master cabin forward (en-suite) with two hanging lockers and vanity, port cabin with twin berths, hanging locker & vanity, stbd cabin with up & over berths, hanging locker and vanity, guest head to stbd. See drawing "FLEMING 65' - Standard Accommodation"
Two choices of salon layouts:
PILOTHOUSE DAY HEAD
PORT HEAD (en Suite)
STBD GUEST CABIN
ELECTRICAL - AC
ELECTRICAL - DC
ELECTRICAL - BONDING
BONING/FLEMING CENTRAL MONITORING SYSTEM
All Fleming Yachts are built to comply with the appropriate marine and environmental regulations for the area in which the yacht is delivered
Fleming Yachts Construction (HK) Ltd management and environmental systems have met and been approved by ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems and ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management Standards.
The question most manufacturers ask themselves when considering a new feature is whether it is necessary to include it in order to sell the boat. In the case of the Fleming, we ask only whether its inclusion will make the boat safer, better or more convenient. That is why we have introduced literally hundreds or refinements since we started construction in 1985 and why we continue the process today.
For that reason Fleming Yachts reserves the right to make changes to specifications and equipment without notice.