1990 Fleming 50.

Asking: $ 319,000

Description

A rare Fleming 50 equipped with twin Caterpillar 3208 engines at 210 hp each. Features include: Onan 15kw generator, Garmin and Nobeltec navigation electronics, Aqua-drive system, non-skid foredeck, and a bimini top overhead. The interior accommodations are comprised two heads with three staterooms: a port stateroom with two twin berths, bunks to the starboard stateroom, and a forward en-suite master stateroom with an island queen berth.

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LOA-Hull 50
LOA-Total 50.75
BEAM 16
DRAFT 5
DISPLACEMENT 66,000 lbs
ENGINES Caterpillar 3208 @ 210 hp
HOURS 3600
EFFICIENT CRUISE SPEED 9 Kt
HIGH CRUISE SPEED 11 Kt
FUEL CAPACITY 1,000 gal
WATER CAPACITY 300 gal
BLACKWATER CAPACITY 65 gal

Entering from the aft cockpit deck you are immediately greeted with a capacious salon. Featuring the timeless appeal of teak cabinetry, vast windows, teak sole with holly accents, and most importantly, an interior layout that balances form with function. This layout allows for an open social environment while keeping the function of the galley separated from the rest of the salon. With a 16’ beam, this spacious open floor plan makes entertaining guests an effortless endeavor.

Starting at the aft-port side of the salon is a bar with an ice maker which anchors a large L-shaped settee that wraps around the port side to the edge of the galley counter-top and is complimented by a teak coffee/dining table. This settee, along with the two salon chairs to the starboard side, provides comfortable seating for six. To the starboard side is an entertainment center to the aft corner featuring audio-video equipment and a television fit behind teak cabinetry.

  • 25” salon television
  • Corner entertainment cabinet to starboard aft
  • Corner bar with icemaker to port aft
  • L-shaped settee to port
  • Teak coffee/dining adjustable table
  • (2) Salon armchairs
  • Salon carpeting with teak and holly floors
  • (4) openable windows with curtains throughout
  • Hidden screen for salon door
  • KVH 7 Sat TV

The galley is tucked to the port side just forward of the salon, which is separated by a large Formica counter top peninsula and overhead galley cabinets with flybridge dumbwaiter access. Wrapping around the U-shaped counter of the galley you will find a trash compactor, stainless steel double-bowl sink, an oven/cooktop combo, and a convection microwave overhead. Teak cabinetry fill in the rest of the galley including a storage compartment just forward of the cook top that can accommodates a full range of saucepans. Across to the opposing starboard side is a dish storage compartment, additional storage drawers, and a full-sized refrigerator.

  • Panasonic microwave—black
  • Princess oven & cook top combination
  • Roper full-size refrigerator—crème color
  • Trash compactor
  • Stainless steel double-bowl sink—with disposal
  • Formica counter tops

Following the five short steps straight down from the salon will lead you to the central passage of the accommodations. This traditional layout has been a signature mainstay in Fleming Yachts that provides an easy and convenient flow of traffic throughout the boat. This central accommodations passage also makes it possible to appreciate the full length of the vessel from forepeak bulkhead to transom. Once in the passageway you will find a two-berth bunk arrangement in the guest cabin to starboard along with a VIP guest stateroom to port with a two-berth side by side arrangement. Just forward of the starboard side guest stateroom is the guest head which houses the boat’s washer/dryer combo unit. The en-suite master stateroom at the forward peak of the vessel tops off the accommodations.

The master stateroom is composed of a queen sized island berth surrounded by shelves, drawers, and a hanging locker to the starboard side. This island berth arrangement allows for access from either side and features storage underneath, perfect for storing extra bed linens or keeping valuables out of sight. Over head are two hatches which, along with port holes to each side, provide natural light to the cabin. Access to the en-suite master head is found to the port side.

Both the master and guest heads are exceptionally spacious and feature shower stalls with teak flooring, mirrored vanities with countertops, sinks, and fixtures. A washer/dryer combo unit can be found hidden within the guest head’s shower stall.

The port stateroom has twin single berths with a nightstand separating them. Along the forward wall of the stateroom is a hanging locker with drawers below and a full length mirror. Additional storage is found through drawers underneath each berth and shelving above. The starboard stateroom features twin berths in a bunk arrangement. The top bunk can slide in towards the outboard wall to provide more space for a single guest. There is a mirror on the aft wall and storage is provided by a large hanging locker to forward and  drawers within the nightstand.

In many modern yacht designs it has become commonplace to eliminate the inside steering station, however the Fleming 50 features a dedicated pilothouse which closely resembles the bridge of a much larger vessel. This dedicated pilothouse takes the role as the primary location to operate the boat without any distractions from other on-board activities. With that said it remains only three short steps up from the salon & galley and it is only another four interior steps up to the flybridge.

Visibility forward and wrapping around to port and starboard windows is excellent. Below the expansive windshield are consoles which provide ample room for a full range of electronics and equipment without intruding on the engine instrumentation. Overhead consoles provide additional space for equipment within easy reach. Both AC and DC electrical breaker panels are below the console to either side and can swing out to provide access to wiring connections. There is a proper chart area to the starboard side with large drawers for maps, cruising guides, navigation instruments, binoculars, and other necessities. Centered along each port and starboard side of the pilothouse are sliding doors that lead out to the side Portuguese deck. To the aft port corner resides a raised L-shaped settee and fixed table which provides a comfortable social area with phenomenal visibility while underway. A large stainless steel teak-accented destroyer wheel and helm chair finish off the pilothouse and perfectly accent this ultimate cruising yacht.

  • Garmin 4’ 4212 (2016) radar & chart-plotter unit
  • Nobeltec w/ laptop computer
  • NEC MultiSync LCD 1560V+ 15” monitor—displays Nobeltec software
  • Garmin Anemometer (2016)
  • Simrad AP29autopilot (2016)
  • Stowe Navigator 2 unit
  • Stowe Navsounder depth unit
  • EchoPilot display unit
  • Icom IC-M710 VHF radio
  • Icom additional VHF radio
  • (2) Floscan engine displays
  • Engine gauges & instrumentation
  • Mechanical engine controls
  • Stainless steel destroyer wheel
  • Ritchie compass
  • Windlass control
  • Helm chair
  • Corner settee with fixed table to port aft corner
  • Additional settee section for watch-berth
  • Steps to flybridge, directly aft of helm chair
  • Windscreen cover

The flybridge is easily accessed from the interior steps in the pilothouse or by the ladder from the cockpit. It features a two-seat upper helm station located to port that provides excellent visibility particularly in close quarters and bustling harbors with its 360 degree view. The starboard side of the flybridge features a U-shaped settee which wraps around a fixed fiberglass table. Aft of the helm on the port side consists of an additional settee and the hatch for the galley dumbwaiter access. The following aft boat deck is non-skid and features mounted tender chocks, a davit, and a sliding hatch which leads to the cockpit below by a stepladder. Overhead a bimini top provides shade over the flybridge area and the fiberglass radar arch supports the mast and other instrumentations.

  • Engine gauges & instrumentation
  • Mechanical engine controls
  • Stainless steel wheel
  • Windlass control
  • Ritchie compass
  • Horn
  • Cushioned bench helm seat

Flybridge Features & Boat Deck:

  • Fiberglass radar arch with white bimini top
  • Plexiglass windshield with stainless handrail
  • Steering console – controls & engine instrumentation with raised bench helm seat
  • Cushioned settee seating for ten with stowage underneath—port settee & starboard U-shaped settee
  • Molded fiberglass table
  • Teak flybridge deck with non-skid at aft boat deck
  • Hatch doors giving access to pilothouse
  • Mounted tender chocks
  • Davit
  • Sliding hatch giving access to cockpit via stepladder

In common with all Flemings, the hull is hand laid and solid fiberglass reinforced with a grid of stringers and frames. A reasonable five foot draft allows 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. This keel provides nearly a foot length of protection before the running gear.

On deck she has the mainstay walk-around decks in combination with high bulwarks and a Portuguese bridge, which ensures security for both children and pets. The decks themselves are natural teak, while all of the wood caprails, trim, and combing boards are varnished teak. To the port side of the salon door in the cockpit is a step ladder which leads up to the flybridge. On the cockpit deck are two gasketed and lockable hatches that provide access to the engine room and lazarette. The transom of the cockpit features a large gate that swings in to allow ingress to the swim platform.

Moving forward along the side decks you will discover entry gates on either side of the cockpit-level side decks, these gates provide lower entry close to the water line. Up to the bow will bring you to a non-skid foredeck with varnished teak handrails. 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, the primary can be controlled by a handheld unit at the platform or by controls at both the pilothouse and flybridge helm stations. To either side of the bow pulpit are nonskid wing hatches which give storage options at the bow. Furthermore the inside wall of the Portuguese bridge includes two storage cabinets that give convenient storage for dock lines, windshield covers, and cleaning supplies.

  • Hand-laid solid fiberglass hull
  • Simulated planking grooves in hullside
  • Integrated molded guards with stainless rub rails
  • Varnished teak trim, cap rails, covering boards, and Portuguese storage doors
  • Stainless steel handrails atop side deck outboard covering boards
  • Stainless steel handrails inboard along side decks and Portuguese bridge
  • Natural teak cockpit, side, and Portuguese decks
  • Non-skid foredeck
  • Swim platform with swim ladder
  • Cockpit freshwater wash down shower
  • Foredeck fresh water hose bibs
  • Forward & aft shore power connection
  • Bow pulpit with Lofrans windlass
  • 88 lbs anchor with 250’ 3/8 high-test G4
  • Side-doors lead to either side of pilothouse – at Portuguese bridge deck
  • Entry gates to either side—at cockpit level
  • Fiberglass radar arch with mounted mast
  • 13’ Avon w/25hp Yamaha 4-stroke

Superior systems and engineering are key elements for Fleming Yachts, whose philosophy has always been to choose only the best equipment available and have it be readily accessible for maintenance. The main engine room access is from two outside hatches just aft of the salon doors. The salon floor panels can also come apart for greater access to the engine room when needed. Air intake for the engines is accomplished through openings underneath the cockpit combing boards which then travels through the lazarette and then to the engines thus allowing for less salt to come in contact with the engine components. To achieve the extremely low sound and vibration that Flemings are known for, Aquadrive systems transfer the thrust directly to the hull and the engine is isolated by using soft engine mounts. Aft of the engine room, the lazarette houses the water tanks and steering gear while also leaving ample room for storing cruising gear such as deck chairs, spare anchors, rode, lines, fenders, and extra parts.

  • (2) Caterpillar 3208 at 210HP each (~3,600 hours)
  • Twin-Disc marine gears
  • Aqua-drive thrust-bearing system
  • Mechanical engine controls
  • Glendinning engine synchronizers
  • Hydraulic steering
  • Bennett trim tabs
  • AC Engine room lighting
  • Manual clean agent fire system
  • Cruisair reverse cycle air con – 4 zones (3 compressors) & SMX controls
  • (4) Fuel tanks (~1,000 Gal)
  • (2) Water tanks (~300 Gal)
  • (1) Black water tank (~65 Gal)

Electrical Systems:

  • Onan 15 kw generator (~2,395 hours)
  • 110V AC electrical service
  • 24V DC electrical service
  • (7) 8D batteries with parallel switch
  • Automatic battery charger
  • Inverter / Charger
  • 50 & 30 amp shore power plugs

Exclusions-Does Not Convey:

  • Personal decor & effects of owner
  • The boat’s name and name boards do not convey
Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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