Fleming 58

Overview

On the 25th anniversary of the founding of the company, Fleming Yachts were proud to announce the introduction of the all-new Fleming 58.

After extensive research and input from existing Fleming owners, we identified the need for a boat to bridge the gap between the Fleming 55 and the 65. While retaining the Fleming classic lines, the 58 is an entirely new boat designed from the keel up. The naval architects selected to assist the in-house Fleming design team were Norman Wright and Sons in Brisbane, Australia who, with their special expertise in hull design and tank testing, have been designing semi-displacement passagemakers for more than 100 years.

The latest 3D modeling and CAD software were employed during the design process and a 1/12 scale model was built and tank tested at the Australian Maritime College in Tasmania. Several load conditions were simulated at varying speeds to determine resistance, trim and other performance parameters. 

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Standard Specifications

LOA:

62' 9 (19.1m)

LOA (w/swim and anchor platforms):

65' 9 (19.9 m)

LWL:

56' 8 (17.3m)

Beam:

17' 6 (5.33m)

Draft:

5' (1.52m)

Air Draft (to top of arch):

17' (5.18m)

Displacement:

88,000 lbs. (39,916 kg)

Fuel:

1,450 US gal (5,488 litres)

Water:

320 US gal (1,211 litres)


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Complete Overview



On the 25th anniversary of the founding of the company, Fleming Yachts were proud to announce the introduction of the all-new Fleming 58.

After extensive research and input from existing Fleming owners, we identified the need for a boat to bridge the gap between the Fleming 55 and the 65. While retaining the Fleming classic lines, the 58 is an entirely new boat designed from the keel up. The naval architects selected to assist the in-house Fleming design team were Norman Wright and Sons in Brisbane, Australia who, with their special expertise in hull design and tank testing, have been designing semi-displacement passagemakers for more than 100 years.

The latest 3D modeling and CAD software were employed during the design process and a 1/12 scale model was built and tank tested at the Australian Maritime College in Tasmania. Several load conditions were simulated at varying speeds to determine resistance, trim and other performance parameters. 

Features

The Flybridge — Familiar but with More Function

More Amenities

The larger flybridge can accommodate a top-loading freezer, a refrigerator, BBQ and a 13ft (3.9m) Tender. The double Stidd helm seat provides comfortable, adjustable seating.

Added Lift

A fully hydraulic 1,000 lb. Steelhead davit, with power rotation and telescopic boom makes launching and retrieving the tender an easy and safe task, even single handed.

Refined Salon and True Pilothouse with Twin Helm Seats

Among the Innovations being offered on this and all Fleming Yachts is "Burrwood" a composite substitute for teak rail capping. This fiberglass material, manufactured and installed at the yard, replicates the exact appearance of varnished teak without the need for continual varnishing.

Anchor Platform accommodates dual Maxwell RC12 vertical windlasses to handle the 100 lb (45 Kg) stainless steel Ultra anchor and 7/16" Grade-60 stainless steel chain.

Easy Boarding is retained through the wide side deck boarding gates. Port and starboard gates through the Portuguese Bridge lead to the foredeck.

Large Access Hatch into the engine room is just aft of the salon doors.

More Space - The wider pilothouse, has space for twin Stidd helm seats.

Traditional Layout - The "Flow" of the Fleming

The 58 employs much of the same technology used in the Fleming 65 including the Fleming First Mater (FFM) ship monitoring system with two 15" color touchscreens, Hypro fly-by-wire precision power steering, and Seatorque's enclosed shaft system.

Placement of air-conditioning compressors and watermaker are all located in the expanded engine room - leaving the lazarette clear for storage.

Significantly more headroom in the engine room and more space forward and outboard of the engines. The standard engines on the Fleming 58 are the MAN i6-800.

Pilothouse with Enough Space for Twin Helm Seats and a Day-Head

The Fleming 58 provides an ideal intermediate size between the existing F55 and F65, and is easily operated by a couple.

The Cockpit is capacious - larger than the Fleming 55 by 25 sq. ft. (2.3 sq. meters). The built-in cabinets either side of the salon aft doors provide for a variety of options including a fridge/freezer, sink, and an aft control station

Two inward opening gates on either side of the Fleming 58 make boarding easy and safe.

A Built-in settee or matching barrel chairs provide additional seating in the salon, the extra beam of the Fleming 58 is most noticeable in the Salon & Pilothouse.

The Convenience of a Day-Head.

Lockers on either side of the anchor platform and storage bins in the cabin trunk provide stowage for lines and fenders.

 

The New Full Beam Master Cabin

New Layout - The Fleming 58 offers a variety of accommodation layouts, including a full beam, master cabin with access from the pilothouse.

Engine Room

Standard Power is a pair of MAN i6-800 engines. Standard equipment is the very efficient Seatorque shaft system which transfers thrust from the propellers directly to the hull structure and eliminates the need for cutless bearings and stuffing boxes.

The Tank Tested semi-displacement hull is a modern design based on the well proven Fleming 55. A fine entry and generous flare on the bow makes for an efficient, comfortable, and safe ride.

Spacious walk-in engine room - with access to all equipment and systems.

Proud Craftsmanship and a Passion for Yacht Building.

The Fleming 58 is, of course, built at the renowned Tung Hwa yard in Southern Taiwan, where every Fleming ever built has been constructed, starting with Fleming 50 hull 001 in 1985. Tung Hwa build exclusively for Fleming and many craftsmen from the early days are still with us. They are very proud of their work and their experience, passion and skill are passed down from one generation to the next.

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