|Overall Length||70.83 feet|
|Engine 1 Make & Model||MAN D2868LE423|
|Engine 1 Type||Inboard|
|Engine 1 Fuel||diesel|
|Engine 1 Year|
|Engine 2 Make & Model||MAN D2868LE423|
|Engine 2 Type||Inboard|
|Engine 2 Fuel||diesel|
|Engine 2 Year|
One of the many defining benefits of a Fleming Yacht is the ease of movement for owners and guests boarding and moving throughout the vessel. One can board through the port or starboard side gates, or the aft gate to the cockpit. The steps to and from the dock are slight, with absolutely no leaping required. Here again, smart engineering, Fleming’s low centre of gravity, combine with safety and comfort.
Outside, one can walk all around the vessel, under protected side decks, and be safeguarded by the high bulwarks and railings. This is very useful when adjusting fenders and lines as one approaches the marina. The helm can easily communicate with the line handler through the pilothouse doors with no need for raised voices.
Enter the salon via the sliding double doors from the cockpit.
The salon and galley are beautifully integrated on this level, separate from the pilothouse and accommodations.
From the salon, up four steps to the pilothouse with helm, with guest settee and table, port and starboard doors to the side decks, and up five more steps to the flybridge.
Also from the salon, down five steps to the accommodations passageway with two guest staterooms, guest head, laundry, and master stateroom forward with ensuite master head.
Accommodations layout “A” with master cabin forward, VIP to port, and guest bunks to starboard.
The master stateroom is forward with queen size centreline berth. There is wonderful storage for extended cruising with numerous lockers, drawers and two hanging lockers.
The VIP cabin has a fold-down upper bunk over the inboard berth, and concealed roll out canvas berth over the outboard berth. Plenty of storage for guest’s gear in numerous lockers, drawers and a hanging locker
The standard third cabin has two perpendicular bunks, storage in drawers, lockers and a hanging locker, again, all faced in teak.
There are three heads: private ensuite off the master cabin, guest head off the companionway across from the VIP cabin, and a day head in the pilothouse.
The custom salon maximizes seating comfort by employing a combination of Fleming’s Option 1 and Option 2 interior layout. There is a settee and dining table to starboard, and a settee and coffee / cockpit table and occasional chairs to port. The port settee is flanked by the dry bar and cabinetry aft and a side table forward.
Enter the from the aft deck through the double sliding doors and take in the spaciousness and ambiance of the salon. The soft Ultra-suede headliner, in combination with the teak overhead hand rail and teak cabinetry, gives rise to feelings of warmth and relaxation. With nearly 19’ of beam, the salon provides ample space for entertaining. The open floor plan of the salon leads to the galley and perfectly balances scale with function.
Along the port side of the salon is a dry bar aft with a teak-faced winecooler and black granite countertop followed by a large settee and forward side table. Additional seating is provided by a pair of matching barrel chairs. Port side seating surrounds a teak coffee table with compass rose inlay and built-in storage cabinet.
The dining table is to starboard with a settee and two teak arm chairs.
There is also a teak credenza with a 43” HD LED TV on a retractable lift. All AV components are located in the cabinet towards the aft starboard corner.
The Fleming 65 delivers a beautifully spacious galley, located midships and occupying the full beam. It is luxurious and practical with a proper array of appliances, storage suitable for any voyaging, and with superb working space.
The counter tops are gorgeous Imperial black granite with a Blanco Silgranit composite double-bowl sink. The galley cabinetry has been slightly customized at the factory: It has been extended slightly inboard to accommodate a little more working and storage space.
Thoughtful storage throughout including a deep slide-out compartment just forward of the cooktop for a full range of cookware and saucepans.
To starboard is the dish locker and small pantry with additional storage.
Here also is a convenient serving counter for morning coffee.
The pilothouse is the nerve center of the Fleming. It is separated from the activities throughout the rest of the vessel by a privacy door, however it remains only a few short steps from the salon.
The forward console area has been designed to accommodate a full array of today’s modern electronics, and easy accessibility has been built in to allow for service and future upgrades.
The electrical distribution panels are below the main controls and are hinged and illuminated for access and service.
Visibility forward and to port and starboard is excellent, and the two sliding doors open to the wide side decks.
To aft port is a corner settee and table which provides an excellent view while underway. The pilothouse table also has the optional high-gloss finish and compass rose inlay.
A desk area to starboard provides working space for charts, cruising books, laptops, and navigation instruments. Within this desk find large storage drawers perfect for binoculars, cell phone chargers, log books, charts, flashlights and everything else a captain needs to chart and follow a safe course.
A Stidd helm chair and a large stainless steel leather-trimmed destroyer wheel compliments the ambiance of this ultimate cruising yacht.
The flybridge is a wonderful space for entertaining, and of course, with a superb upper helm area with bench seat. The factory hard top extends fore and aft of arch
Arina features a full array of robust and Furuno equipment at both the upper and lower helm stations.
AC and DC power services the vessel through the Boning system and circuit breakers with appropriate voltage and ampere gauges. 110VAC provided by 50 Amp shore connection (bow or stern), by the generators, and, based on available house bank battery power, through the inverters.
At sea, the batteries are charged by engine or generator driven alternators and while at a dock, by the inverters and chargers via shorepower.
Also included is a Siren Marine vessel monitoring system. Monitor virtually any onboard system from anywhere with your smart phone (see screen shots in photos)
Motive power is via twin MAN D2868LE423 1000 hp engines, an upgrade from the standard 800 hp MANs.
The tender is a 12' 6" LOA 2014 Williams Turbo Jet 385. It is a 2014 with approximately 45 hours. Water jet engines boats superior performance, safety, and stability. High torque - low maintenance jet pump.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigatge such details as the buyer desires validated. Price, if shown, may not include applicable state or government fees, taxes, destination charges, preparation charges, or finance charges (if applicable). Final actual sales price may vary depending on options or accessories selected. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, manufacturer revision, or withdrawal without notice.