An excellent condition Fleming 65, equipped with twin MAN CRM-6 engines. Features include: Furuno NavNet TZTouch electronics, ABT stabilizers & thrusters, Onan generators, Sea-torque shaft drive system, and a fiberglass hardtop with forward partial enclosure. Interior accommodations include a bunk arrangement to starboard, twin berths with a roll out pipe berth to port, and a en-suite master stateroom with island queen berth to forward.
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Entering the from the aft deck through the double doors you are immediately impressed by the spaciousness and ambiance of the salon. The soft ultra-leather 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 guests. The open floor plan of the salon encompasses the galley and perfectly balances scale with function.
Along the port side of the salon is a dry bar to aft with a teak-faced winecooler and granite countertop followed by a large L-shaped settee complemented by a teak hi-lo table. Additional seating is provided by a pair of barrel chairs along with two D-stool ottomans to starboard.
The starboard side also features a full credenza with a 43” HD LED TV on a retractable lift situated along the center. All AV components are located in the cabinet to the aft starboard corner.
The spacious galley features granite counter tops and is equipped with a silagranite double-bowl sink, filtered water dispenser, waste disposal, convection microwave, induction four burner cook top with custom potholders, stainless steel oven, 23.9 cubic ft. refrigerator, and dishwasher. A slide-out storage compartment just forward of the cooktop can accommodate a full range of saucepans. A dish locker and small pantry on the starboard side provides additional storage and a convenient serving counter for morning coffee.
The accommodations layout features a central passage which has proved to be so desirable over many years in the Fleming 55. This layout contributes to an easy and convenient flow of traffic throughout as well as making it possible to appreciate the full length of the boat from forepeak bulkhead to transom. The arrangement provides a two-berth guest cabin to starboard, a VIP guest cabin to port, and an en-suite master stateroom forward. The accommodations are dressed with teak and ultra-leather and offer great comfort and convenience without any steep stairs to negotiate. Russound audio/video control panels are situated throughout the staterooms and centrally located in the passageway behind a sliding teak door is the full-sized Bosch Axxis washer & separate dryer.
The master stateroom includes a queen sized island berth with a recessed skylight overhead. A 32” Insignia HD LED TV is mounted above a dresser while ample storage is found via his and hers hanging lockers, drawers, & shelves. Additional storage is accomplished via a large cavity underneath the bed that is accessed through a hydraulic lift. The starboard hanging locker also doubles as the pilothouse navigation electronics locker, and provides easier access at this location.
Both master and guest head are exceptionally spacious with generous glass and stainless steel shower enclosures. Hansgrohe fixtures and granite countertops compliment the matching granite floor in the one piece molded fiberglass shower stall. The master head features an electronic bidet toilet.
The port stateroom features twin berths with an additional upper roll out pipe-berth located outboard. A large hanging locker is forward of the berths along with a mirror, cabinets, and a 22” HD TV mounted overhead. The starboard stateroom features twin bunks crossed over-under each other. Underneath the upper bunk is a hanging locker, which along with the other drawers and cabinets, can provide ample storage for the longest of trips.
The pilothouse is the nerve center of the vessel and is separated from the activities throughout the rest of the vessel by teak doors. It has a day-head/wet-head to starboard that includes a locker and doubles as a shower and a settee with a teak table to port. The pilothouse can be used as an extra cabin when needed with a filler piece that extends the dinette settee for a watch berth.
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. The traditional teak and holly sole is standard. There are large drawers and working space for charts, cruising books, and navigation instruments, binoculars, cell phones and chargers, log books, flashlights and everything else a captain needs to chart and follow a safe course. Single Stidd helm chair and a large stainless steel teak-trimmed destroyer wheel fits the ambiance of this ultimate cruising yacht.
The flybridge is easily accessed from the pilothouse or by ladder from the cockpit. The two-seater upper helm is located to port and is separated from the rest of the flybridge and raised slightly for improved visibility. The electronics console hinges open for easy access to the back of the electronics. The starboard side of the flybridge features a U-shaped settee and a molded table with granite top, while the port side consists of a wet bar with icemaker, refrigerator, and deep freezer.
Flybridge & Boat Deck:
In common with all Flemings, the hull is hand laid solid fiberglass reinforced with a grid of stringers and frames. Vinylester resin is used above and below the waterline with further protection below the waterline provided by epoxy barrier coats. Propeller tunnels allow the draft to be kept low for Bahamas cruising while ensuring that the running gear is protected by a full-length keel which is foam filled and glassed across the top to isolate it from the hull.
Special attention has been paid to the ease and safety in which the heavy duty ground tackle is set and retrieved. The anchor platform accepts two anchors, each of which can be controlled by a handheld unit at the platform or by windlass controls at both the pilothouse and flybridge stations.
On deck she has the familiar walk-around decks we are used to seeing on all the Flemings and the high bulwarks and Portuguese Bridge provide security for both children and pets. The foredeck features hatches in the cabin trunk with a tremendous amount of storage. The foredeck access houses the chain locker and is great storage for the larger fenders. Fuel fills are conveniently located under the steps to the Portuguese bridge. A high speed transfer pump and large bore transfer lines ease refueling. The capacious cockpit has built-in seating with twin Cablemasters housed within. Docking controls are located starboard of the salon doors while a storage is located conveniently to port. Lockable hatches against gaskets provide access to the engine room and spacious lazarette.
The engine room is accessed from a hatch aft of the salon doors through the outside leading down to the oval, submarine-style, engine-room door with viewing port. Systems and engineering are a notable feature of all Fleming Yachts whose philosophy has always been to choose only the best equipment available for the job and make sure that it is readily accessible for maintenance. To achieve the extremely low sound and vibration that Flemings are known for, Sea Torque Systems bolt on shaft systems transfer the thrust directly to the hull and isolate the engine by using soft engine mounts.
The lazarette houses the water tanks, steering gear and air conditioning compressors while also leaving ample room for storing cruising gear such as spare anchors, rode, lines, fenders, and parts. Having the A/C compressors located here instead of in a hot engine room improves performance and efficiency and minimizes noise. Additionally, all battery isolation switches are accessible from outside the engine-room.
1106 Turkey Point Road
Edgewater, MD 21037