The Fleming 55 has a range of 2,000 nautical miles at 8 knots yet, with her standard Twin Cummins QSC 500 hp common rail engines, she can attain a top speed of approximately 18 knots. Maximum sustained cruising speed is around 17 knots where her moderate deadrise provides a very comfortable ride. On longer passages, Fleming owners typically cruise at a very economical speed of 10 knots, where the typical fuel burn is slightly more than 10 gph.
The Fleming’s deep keel provides protection for the running gear and stability in following seas. Because noise and vibration contribute to fatigue, Fleming has paid special attention to producing a yacht which has become the standard in the industry for its whisper quiet, ultra smooth ride. Fundamental to this achievement is the use of Aquadrive anti-vibration drive systems.
The Fleming 55 was first introduced in 1986, and since that time it has benefited from a rigorous program of evolution. There have been literally hundreds of improvements made, both big and small. While its legendary hull design remains essentially the same, today’s Fleming 55 is a thoroughly modern yacht utilizing advanced technology, materials and construction methods. In 2019 construction of hull number 250 is well underway, making it one of the most successful production yachts in history.
- LOA 55' 9 (16.99m)
- LOA (w/swim and anchor platforms) 60' 9 (18.50m)
- LWL 50' 10 (15.5m)
- Beam 16' (4.88m)
- Draft 5' (1.52m)
- Fuel Con
- Hull 55-232
- Hull 55-217
- Hull 55-213
- Main deck - salon & pilothouse
- Main deck - salon option w/STBD Settee
- Lazarette, engine room and standard accommodation (shown w/standard cummins QSC 500HP engines)
- 2 stateroom 2 Head accommodation
- 3 cabin 2 head accommodation - w/VIP port
- 3 cabin 2 head accommodation w/VIP port + STBD office