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.
The Fleming 58 is also available as a Fleming 60, which extends the transom aft allowing for some molded seating with a crew cabin under.
- 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)
- Fuel Con
- Hull 58-019
- Hull 58-009
- Hull 58-001
- Hull 58-028
- Main deck - option A shown w/optional dayhead
- Main deck - option B
- Accommodation - option A
- Engine room w/accommodation - option A (shown w/optional man R6-800 engines)
- Accommodation - option B
- Engine Room w/accommodation - option B (shown w/standard cummins QSC-500 engines)
- Accommodation - option C - v-berths in forward cabin
- Engine room w/accommodation - option C - v-berths in forward cabin (shown w/optional man R6-800 engines)