Fleming Yachts, Inc
Model range of Fleming
The brand Fleming produces expedition Yachts and Trawlers. There are 4 models from 16 to 25 meters.
History of the company
The production of American Fleming Yachts boats was started in 1985 in Taiwan at Tung Hwa shipyard under the direction of Tony Fleming. Over the decades in the Far East division of American Marine, he has gained the experience and knowledge to identify the niche that his yachts will occupy, select a manufacturer and successfully start his business. Priority for Fleming was given to trawler-type yachts. The company's first project was the Fleming 55, hull number 1 of which departed from the slipway the following year, 1986. By 1997, the number of hulls produced by this model had exceeded a hundred. Over time, the shipyard's customers became interested in larger models, and in 2000 the first Fleming 75 was launched. In the early 2000s
All Fleming yachts are
The company produces expedition yachts from 17
«Although the appearance of the boats did not seem to have changed much, in reality hundreds of changes were made to the systems and details. To this day, we follow the principle of continuous improvement.
Somethingis brought about by new technologies, somethingelse by our experience, we take into account the wishes of our customers and dealers. As a result, our yachts are always modern. We remaincommitted to our policy of quality, not quantity.
This is Tony Fleming.
A great deal of effort is being made to ensure that the shipyard's claims about«Fleming yachts do not» diverge from reality. An example is the experience of Tony Fleming himself, who at his Venture (Fleming 65) sailed 20,000 miles through the seas of the New World. This voyage can be considered the biggest sea trial of a cruising yacht. They allowed Fleming to test systems and equipment, and gave life to new ideas.
Discontinued yachts Fleming
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