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1996 Fleming 55, Clearwater Beach, FL, $745K

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She has taken us on many journeys including the Thousand Islands, Montreal, Quebec City, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New England, all the Great Lakes, Georgian Bay, the North Channel, America’s Great Loop, the Down East Loop and Bahamas. We have been her owners and caretakers since August of 2018. As such, our philosophy has been not only to maintain, but to enhance her features and condition before passing her on to her next owners.

INTERIOR
• New LED lighting in all areas
• Carpet in all staterooms, companionway, salon and pilothouse
• All salon and pilot house windows tinted (February 2019)
• New Splendide Washer/Dryer (April 2022)
• All cabin fire extinguishers certified through December 2024


SALON
L shaped settee to port, two side chairs, dry bar to port, teak hi-lo pneumatic table, entertainment center and full-length credenza to starboard
• New Samsung 33” smart tv in salon (December 2021)
• New DVD player (December 2021)
• Reupholstered settee (December 2021)
• Two reupholstered side chairs (December 2021)
• Fusion Stereo with salon, pilot house, staterooms, cockpit and flybridge speakers
• DirectTV satellite TV system


GALLEY
U shaped Corian countertops, double sink, three burner electric stove, convection microwave, trash drawer, over/under cabinets, full size refrigerator/freezer
• New galley sink faucet (August 2021)
• Acuva water purification system installed (September 2021)
• New microwave/convection oven (August 2020)
• Three burner electric stove
• New garbage disposal in galley sink (December 2022)
• New Groco freshwater pump (January 2023)
• GE Profile full size side by side refrigerator/freezer with ice maker & ice/water dispenser in door


PILOT HOUSE
Stidd captain’s chair, electronics above and below expansive windshield, raised L-shaped settee and table to aft port side, AC and DC electrical breaker panels, chart table, chart drawers, file drawer, coat/life preserver locker, three steps to salon, four steps to flybridge
• Stidd captain’s chair
• Reupholstered settee (December 2021)
• New Furuno Electronics (April 2020)
o TZT2 Blackbox
o Two 25” touchscreens
o NEMA 2000 backbone
o NAVPILOT-711C auto pilot
o PG-700 integrated heading sensor
o Two multifunction displays
o AIS FA-170 Auto Information System
• Two new ICOM IC-M605 VHF marine radios (April 2020)
• New Victron Energy MultiPlus charger/inverter remote control panel (February 2022)
• New closed-circuit cameras and display (two cameras in engine room, one on radar mast looking aft) (February 2020)
• New Shakespeare 19.5’ antennas (2) (September 2023)
• New Side Power wireless remote control for bow & stern thrusters (April 2022)


STATEROOMS
• Starboard Guest Stateroom
o Over and under twin size bunks
o Hanging locker
o Bedside cabinet with drawers
o Drawers and storage under bunks
o New stateroom curtains and soft goods (December 2018)

• Port Guest Stateroom
o Side by side twin size bunks
o Night stand with drawers between bunks
o Hanging locker
o Bedside cabinet with drawers
o Drawers and storage under bunks
o Dedicated A/C-Heater for Guest Staterooms
o New stateroom curtains and soft goods (December 2018)

• Guest Head to Starboard
o Corian sink and vanity
o Mirrored cabinet above vanity and cabinet & drawer below
o Hunter toilet
o Enclosed shower stall with teak flooring
o New Spendide washer/dryer (April 2022)

• Forward Master Stateroom with Ensuite Head
o Queen sized island berth with storage below
o His & hers hanging lockers with drawers below each
o New Insignia 25” smart TV (December 2022)
o DVD player
o Dedicated A/C-Heater for master suite
o New stateroom curtains and soft goods (December 2018)

• Master Head
o Corian sink and vanity
o Mirrored cabinet above vanity and cabinet below
o Hunter toilet
o Enclosed shower stall with teak flooring


FLYBRIDGE
Helm on port side, two-person helm seat, U shaped settee to starboard, fixed table, settee aft of helm on port side, hatch for dumbwaiter to galley, davit to aft starboard, dinghy on centerline, aft port is hatch leading to ladder to access cockpit

• Furuno TZTL12F navigation station (April 2020)
o Furuno multi-function display
o NAVPILOT-711C auto pilot
• New ICOM IC-M330 VHF marine radio (December 2019)
• Reupholstered flybridge helm seat and new flybridge side cushion (January 2023)
• New forward bimini (January 2023)
• New windshield (April 2022)

DINGHY
• Walker Bay 10.5ft dinghy with Honda 20hp outboard (207 hours)
• Anchor and rode, ladder, two fenders with lines, flares, first aid kit, cushions
• Nautical Structures 800lb davit. New winch (July 2020)


EXTERIOR
• Teak cap rails refinished, three coats of Epifanes, twelve coats of Bristol (November 2022)
• Boat was prepped and painted Fleming White with Awlgrip (2017)
• New 100lb Ultra anchor & 300ft of 5/8” chain (December 2021)
• Windlass motor rebuilt (February 2022)
• Custom canvases to cover and protect all cap rails, teak decks and seating area of fly bridge. Used while at port. (April 2019)
• Cushions for foredeck seating
• Pilot station in cockpit
• Cockpit shade and rain canopy
• Hull bottom prepped and painted with Pettit Odyssey Triton (December 2023)
• Props prepped and painted with Prop Speed (December 2023)


HVAC, ELECTRICAL
• New bow thruster batteries (2) (February 2023)
• New house, engine batteries (7) (December 2020)
• New Victron Energy MultiPlus charger/inverter (February 2022)
• New A/C compressors and air handlers in pilothouse (June 2019) and salon (November 2022)


MECHANICAL
• Caterpillar 3208TA, 435hp diesel engines
o port engine hours: 5162
o starboard engine hours: 5204
o New alternators on port and starboard engines (May 2022)
o New aftercooler cores on port and starboard engines (January 2024)
o Marine gear coolers on port and starboard engines cleaned and pressure tested (January, 2024)
o New main crankcase breathers on port and starboard engines installed (January, 2024)
o New Walker Airsep air filters installed on port and starboard engines (January, 2024)

• Onan 15KW generator
o Generator hours: 2222
o New heat exchange unit (January 2023)

• Onan 8KW generator
o Generator hours: 2109
o New heat exchange unit (January 2023)

• Naiad Stabilizer System, maintenance on stabilizer fins completed April 2023. New hydraulic hoses installed at port and starboard stabilizer fins (April 2023)

• Halon fire suppression system in engine room

• All seacocks disassembled, cleaned, greased and reassembled (December 2023)


BOAT CONTENTS

Cruising Equipment:
• Life jackets (3 inflatable, 1 child, 1 infant, 13 adult, 1 youth, one orange throw ring)
• Dock lines
• Fenders & fender lines
• Fender hooks
• Shore power cord (2 each 50A, 125V)
• Fender boards (2)
• Life Cell Trawlerman Marine Flotation Device with ACR 406 MHz GPS EPIRB
• Flare Kit
• Spare parts (list to be provided)
Canvas:
• Flybridge helm & bench covers
• Flybridge settee cushions & covers
• Tender cover
Exclusion List:
• All owner’s personal belongings, gear, tools, artwork, décor, deck furniture, galley-ware, etc
• (2) Nameboards
• White, Blessed Again throw ring
• Blessed Again half hull wall plaque


New owner training completed in Clearwater, Florida to include:

• Care and maintenance of the interior and exterior of the boat, engine room and dinghy
• Voyage preparation
• Long range navigation, maneuvering in close quarters, docking
• Anchoring
• Launching and retrieving dinghy
 

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Welcome aboard and that is one beautiful boat. Judging from the list of what you have done she is well taken care off.
 
Absolutely beautiful example of one of my all time favorite dream boats. Good luck with the sale - looks like someone will be very happy.
 
I have personally been on this vessel while traveling for a month with Blessed Again during our Down East Loop trip. It is immaculate. The owners have a regular maintenance protocol for every system. Someone is going to get an incredible Yacht!
 
Did she sell ? I can't seem to find her listed anywhere.....
 
She has taken us on many journeys including the Thousand Islands, Montreal, Quebec City, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New England, all the Great Lakes, Georgian Bay, the North Channel, America’s Great Loop, the Down East Loop and Bahamas. We have been her owners and caretakers since August of 2018. As such, our philosophy has been not only to maintain, but to enhance her features and condition before passing her on to her next owners.

INTERIOR
• New LED lighting in all areas
• Carpet in all staterooms, companionway, salon and pilothouse
• All salon and pilot house windows tinted (February 2019)
• New Splendide Washer/Dryer (April 2022)
• All cabin fire extinguishers certified through December 2024


SALON
L shaped settee to port, two side chairs, dry bar to port, teak hi-lo pneumatic table, entertainment center and full-length credenza to starboard
• New Samsung 33” smart tv in salon (December 2021)
• New DVD player (December 2021)
• Reupholstered settee (December 2021)
• Two reupholstered side chairs (December 2021)
• Fusion Stereo with salon, pilot house, staterooms, cockpit and flybridge speakers
• DirectTV satellite TV system


GALLEY
U shaped Corian countertops, double sink, three burner electric stove, convection microwave, trash drawer, over/under cabinets, full size refrigerator/freezer
• New galley sink faucet (August 2021)
• Acuva water purification system installed (September 2021)
• New microwave/convection oven (August 2020)
• Three burner electric stove
• New garbage disposal in galley sink (December 2022)
• New Groco freshwater pump (January 2023)
• GE Profile full size side by side refrigerator/freezer with ice maker & ice/water dispenser in door


PILOT HOUSE
Stidd captain’s chair, electronics above and below expansive windshield, raised L-shaped settee and table to aft port side, AC and DC electrical breaker panels, chart table, chart drawers, file drawer, coat/life preserver locker, three steps to salon, four steps to flybridge
• Stidd captain’s chair
• Reupholstered settee (December 2021)
• New Furuno Electronics (April 2020)
o TZT2 Blackbox
o Two 25” touchscreens
o NEMA 2000 backbone
o NAVPILOT-711C auto pilot
o PG-700 integrated heading sensor
o Two multifunction displays
o AIS FA-170 Auto Information System
• Two new ICOM IC-M605 VHF marine radios (April 2020)
• New Victron Energy MultiPlus charger/inverter remote control panel (February 2022)
• New closed-circuit cameras and display (two cameras in engine room, one on radar mast looking aft) (February 2020)
• New Shakespeare 19.5’ antennas (2) (September 2023)
• New Side Power wireless remote control for bow & stern thrusters (April 2022)


STATEROOMS
• Starboard Guest Stateroom
o Over and under twin size bunks
o Hanging locker
o Bedside cabinet with drawers
o Drawers and storage under bunks
o New stateroom curtains and soft goods (December 2018)

• Port Guest Stateroom
o Side by side twin size bunks
o Night stand with drawers between bunks
o Hanging locker
o Bedside cabinet with drawers
o Drawers and storage under bunks
o Dedicated A/C-Heater for Guest Staterooms
o New stateroom curtains and soft goods (December 2018)

• Guest Head to Starboard
o Corian sink and vanity
o Mirrored cabinet above vanity and cabinet & drawer below
o Hunter toilet
o Enclosed shower stall with teak flooring
o New Spendide washer/dryer (April 2022)

• Forward Master Stateroom with Ensuite Head
o Queen sized island berth with storage below
o His & hers hanging lockers with drawers below each
o New Insignia 25” smart TV (December 2022)
o DVD player
o Dedicated A/C-Heater for master suite
o New stateroom curtains and soft goods (December 2018)

• Master Head
o Corian sink and vanity
o Mirrored cabinet above vanity and cabinet below
o Hunter toilet
o Enclosed shower stall with teak flooring


FLYBRIDGE
Helm on port side, two-person helm seat, U shaped settee to starboard, fixed table, settee aft of helm on port side, hatch for dumbwaiter to galley, davit to aft starboard, dinghy on centerline, aft port is hatch leading to ladder to access cockpit

• Furuno TZTL12F navigation station (April 2020)
o Furuno multi-function display
o NAVPILOT-711C auto pilot
• New ICOM IC-M330 VHF marine radio (December 2019)
• Reupholstered flybridge helm seat and new flybridge side cushion (January 2023)
• New forward bimini (January 2023)
• New windshield (April 2022)

DINGHY
• Walker Bay 10.5ft dinghy with Honda 20hp outboard (207 hours)
• Anchor and rode, ladder, two fenders with lines, flares, first aid kit, cushions
• Nautical Structures 800lb davit. New winch (July 2020)


EXTERIOR
• Teak cap rails refinished, three coats of Epifanes, twelve coats of Bristol (November 2022)
• Boat was prepped and painted Fleming White with Awlgrip (2017)
• New 100lb Ultra anchor & 300ft of 5/8” chain (December 2021)
• Windlass motor rebuilt (February 2022)
• Custom canvases to cover and protect all cap rails, teak decks and seating area of fly bridge. Used while at port. (April 2019)
• Cushions for foredeck seating
• Pilot station in cockpit
• Cockpit shade and rain canopy
• Hull bottom prepped and painted with Pettit Odyssey Triton (December 2023)
• Props prepped and painted with Prop Speed (December 2023)


HVAC, ELECTRICAL
• New bow thruster batteries (2) (February 2023)
• New house, engine batteries (7) (December 2020)
• New Victron Energy MultiPlus charger/inverter (February 2022)
• New A/C compressors and air handlers in pilothouse (June 2019) and salon (November 2022)


MECHANICAL
• Caterpillar 3208TA, 435hp diesel engines
o port engine hours: 5162
o starboard engine hours: 5204
o New alternators on port and starboard engines (May 2022)
o New aftercooler cores on port and starboard engines (January 2024)
o Marine gear coolers on port and starboard engines cleaned and pressure tested (January, 2024)
o New main crankcase breathers on port and starboard engines installed (January, 2024)
o New Walker Airsep air filters installed on port and starboard engines (January, 2024)

• Onan 15KW generator
o Generator hours: 2222
o New heat exchange unit (January 2023)

• Onan 8KW generator
o Generator hours: 2109
o New heat exchange unit (January 2023)

• Naiad Stabilizer System, maintenance on stabilizer fins completed April 2023. New hydraulic hoses installed at port and starboard stabilizer fins (April 2023)

• Halon fire suppression system in engine room

• All seacocks disassembled, cleaned, greased and reassembled (December 2023)


BOAT CONTENTS

Cruising Equipment:
• Life jackets (3 inflatable, 1 child, 1 infant, 13 adult, 1 youth, one orange throw ring)
• Dock lines
• Fenders & fender lines
• Fender hooks
• Shore power cord (2 each 50A, 125V)
• Fender boards (2)
• Life Cell Trawlerman Marine Flotation Device with ACR 406 MHz GPS EPIRB
• Flare Kit
• Spare parts (list to be provided)
Canvas:
• Flybridge helm & bench covers
• Flybridge settee cushions & covers
• Tender cover
Exclusion List:
• All owner’s personal belongings, gear, tools, artwork, décor, deck furniture, galley-ware, etc
• (2) Nameboards
• White, Blessed Again throw ring
• Blessed Again half hull wall plaque


New owner training completed in Clearwater, Florida to include:

• Care and maintenance of the interior and exterior of the boat, engine room and dinghy
• Voyage preparation
• Long range navigation, maneuvering in close quarters, docking
• Anchoring
• Launching and retrieving dinghy
Love Flemmings.
Is she still for sale?
Joe
 
Fleming has always been my dream boat, too bad I can't afford one. But whoever winds up with your boat will have one beautiful boat! I just got the new issue of Passagemaker, and the back cover ad is for Fleming, and shows a 55 that I thought must be yours, except the ad says the name is "Blessed", hull number 156, rather than 'Blessed Again". Are there really two 55's with such similar names?
Peter
 
She has taken us on many journeys including the Thousand Islands, Montreal, Quebec City, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New England, all the Great Lakes, Georgian Bay, the North Channel, America’s Great Loop, the Down East Loop and Bahamas. We have been her owners and caretakers since August of 2018. As such, our philosophy has been not only to maintain, but to enhance her features and condition before passing her on to her next owners.

INTERIOR
• New LED lighting in all areas
• Carpet in all staterooms, companionway, salon and pilothouse
• All salon and pilot house windows tinted (February 2019)
• New Splendide Washer/Dryer (April 2022)
• All cabin fire extinguishers certified through December 2024


SALON
L shaped settee to port, two side chairs, dry bar to port, teak hi-lo pneumatic table, entertainment center and full-length credenza to starboard
• New Samsung 33” smart tv in salon (December 2021)
• New DVD player (December 2021)
• Reupholstered settee (December 2021)
• Two reupholstered side chairs (December 2021)
• Fusion Stereo with salon, pilot house, staterooms, cockpit and flybridge speakers
• DirectTV satellite TV system


GALLEY
U shaped Corian countertops, double sink, three burner electric stove, convection microwave, trash drawer, over/under cabinets, full size refrigerator/freezer
• New galley sink faucet (August 2021)
• Acuva water purification system installed (September 2021)
• New microwave/convection oven (August 2020)
• Three burner electric stove
• New garbage disposal in galley sink (December 2022)
• New Groco freshwater pump (January 2023)
• GE Profile full size side by side refrigerator/freezer with ice maker & ice/water dispenser in door


PILOT HOUSE
Stidd captain’s chair, electronics above and below expansive windshield, raised L-shaped settee and table to aft port side, AC and DC electrical breaker panels, chart table, chart drawers, file drawer, coat/life preserver locker, three steps to salon, four steps to flybridge
• Stidd captain’s chair
• Reupholstered settee (December 2021)
• New Furuno Electronics (April 2020)
o TZT2 Blackbox
o Two 25” touchscreens
o NEMA 2000 backbone
o NAVPILOT-711C auto pilot
o PG-700 integrated heading sensor
o Two multifunction displays
o AIS FA-170 Auto Information System
• Two new ICOM IC-M605 VHF marine radios (April 2020)
• New Victron Energy MultiPlus charger/inverter remote control panel (February 2022)
• New closed-circuit cameras and display (two cameras in engine room, one on radar mast looking aft) (February 2020)
• New Shakespeare 19.5’ antennas (2) (September 2023)
• New Side Power wireless remote control for bow & stern thrusters (April 2022)


STATEROOMS
• Starboard Guest Stateroom
o Over and under twin size bunks
o Hanging locker
o Bedside cabinet with drawers
o Drawers and storage under bunks
o New stateroom curtains and soft goods (December 2018)

• Port Guest Stateroom
o Side by side twin size bunks
o Night stand with drawers between bunks
o Hanging locker
o Bedside cabinet with drawers
o Drawers and storage under bunks
o Dedicated A/C-Heater for Guest Staterooms
o New stateroom curtains and soft goods (December 2018)

• Guest Head to Starboard
o Corian sink and vanity
o Mirrored cabinet above vanity and cabinet & drawer below
o Hunter toilet
o Enclosed shower stall with teak flooring
o New Spendide washer/dryer (April 2022)

• Forward Master Stateroom with Ensuite Head
o Queen sized island berth with storage below
o His & hers hanging lockers with drawers below each
o New Insignia 25” smart TV (December 2022)
o DVD player
o Dedicated A/C-Heater for master suite
o New stateroom curtains and soft goods (December 2018)

• Master Head
o Corian sink and vanity
o Mirrored cabinet above vanity and cabinet below
o Hunter toilet
o Enclosed shower stall with teak flooring


FLYBRIDGE
Helm on port side, two-person helm seat, U shaped settee to starboard, fixed table, settee aft of helm on port side, hatch for dumbwaiter to galley, davit to aft starboard, dinghy on centerline, aft port is hatch leading to ladder to access cockpit

• Furuno TZTL12F navigation station (April 2020)
o Furuno multi-function display
o NAVPILOT-711C auto pilot
• New ICOM IC-M330 VHF marine radio (December 2019)
• Reupholstered flybridge helm seat and new flybridge side cushion (January 2023)
• New forward bimini (January 2023)
• New windshield (April 2022)

DINGHY
• Walker Bay 10.5ft dinghy with Honda 20hp outboard (207 hours)
• Anchor and rode, ladder, two fenders with lines, flares, first aid kit, cushions
• Nautical Structures 800lb davit. New winch (July 2020)


EXTERIOR
• Teak cap rails refinished, three coats of Epifanes, twelve coats of Bristol (November 2022)
• Boat was prepped and painted Fleming White with Awlgrip (2017)
• New 100lb Ultra anchor & 300ft of 5/8” chain (December 2021)
• Windlass motor rebuilt (February 2022)
• Custom canvases to cover and protect all cap rails, teak decks and seating area of fly bridge. Used while at port. (April 2019)
• Cushions for foredeck seating
• Pilot station in cockpit
• Cockpit shade and rain canopy
• Hull bottom prepped and painted with Pettit Odyssey Triton (December 2023)
• Props prepped and painted with Prop Speed (December 2023)


HVAC, ELECTRICAL
• New bow thruster batteries (2) (February 2023)
• New house, engine batteries (7) (December 2020)
• New Victron Energy MultiPlus charger/inverter (February 2022)
• New A/C compressors and air handlers in pilothouse (June 2019) and salon (November 2022)


MECHANICAL
• Caterpillar 3208TA, 435hp diesel engines
o port engine hours: 5162
o starboard engine hours: 5204
o New alternators on port and starboard engines (May 2022)
o New aftercooler cores on port and starboard engines (January 2024)
o Marine gear coolers on port and starboard engines cleaned and pressure tested (January, 2024)
o New main crankcase breathers on port and starboard engines installed (January, 2024)
o New Walker Airsep air filters installed on port and starboard engines (January, 2024)

• Onan 15KW generator
o Generator hours: 2222
o New heat exchange unit (January 2023)

• Onan 8KW generator
o Generator hours: 2109
o New heat exchange unit (January 2023)

• Naiad Stabilizer System, maintenance on stabilizer fins completed April 2023. New hydraulic hoses installed at port and starboard stabilizer fins (April 2023)

• Halon fire suppression system in engine room

• All seacocks disassembled, cleaned, greased and reassembled (December 2023)


BOAT CONTENTS

Cruising Equipment:
• Life jackets (3 inflatable, 1 child, 1 infant, 13 adult, 1 youth, one orange throw ring)
• Dock lines
• Fenders & fender lines
• Fender hooks
• Shore power cord (2 each 50A, 125V)
• Fender boards (2)
• Life Cell Trawlerman Marine Flotation Device with ACR 406 MHz GPS EPIRB
• Flare Kit
• Spare parts (list to be provided)
Canvas:
• Flybridge helm & bench covers
• Flybridge settee cushions & covers
• Tender cover
Exclusion List:
• All owner’s personal belongings, gear, tools, artwork, décor, deck furniture, galley-ware, etc
• (2) Nameboards
• White, Blessed Again throw ring
• Blessed Again half hull wall plaque


New owner training completed in Clearwater, Florida to include:

• Care and maintenance of the interior and exterior of the boat, engine room and dinghy
• Voyage preparation
• Long range navigation, maneuvering in close quarters, docking
• Anchoring
• Launching and retrieving dinghy
3/4 Million for an almost 30 yr old bot is hard buy ( sell ).
 
Offshore's comment about the cost of a Fleming is right on, but I also have to say that, looking over all the Flemings currently for sale, it seems to be the best price out there!
Doesn't mean I can afford it, though.....
 
3/4 Million for an almost 30 yr old bot is hard buy ( sell ).
These boats maintain their resale value for a reason, and that is a very reasonable price for a boat that represents a very high level of attention and stewardship.
 
I would have to guess it is sold as no reply since they posted in January
 
Well I am back on the Forum after what's been a pretty rough winter. We decided to sell our much loved Krogen Express 49 Slainte after the devastating fire in Lahaina, Maui........we lost a JUST remodeled condo there along with a long time friend........it was awful! Now, after all that, we are looking once again for a trawler to get back on the water with. Your boat looks wonderful and I have to say, Flemmings have been my favorite from the start!! They really are great boats, both in design and performance and quality! We are currently waiting to hear about the rebuild process in Lahaina and if that were to be started soon, I'd be knocking on your door. Unfortunately, we think that process will take another year or even 2 so we are out of luck in considering your Fleming! However, I wish you luck in the sale as I know it will go fast!! All the best from the Slainte crew!!!
 
Well I am back on the Forum after what's been a pretty rough winter. We decided to sell our much loved Krogen Express 49 Slainte after the devastating fire in Lahaina, Maui........we lost a JUST remodeled condo there along with a long time friend........it was awful! Now, after all that, we are looking once again for a trawler to get back on the water with. Your boat looks wonderful and I have to say, Flemmings have been my favorite from the start!! They really are great boats, both in design and performance and quality! We are currently waiting to hear about the rebuild process in Lahaina and if that were to be started soon, I'd be knocking on your door. Unfortunately, we think that process will take another year or even 2 so we are out of luck in considering your Fleming! However, I wish you luck in the sale as I know it will go fast!! All the best from the Slainte crew!!!

Just horrible, we all watched that from afar, and although we don't know the complete truth, I remember hearing stories of having no water to even fight the fire. Not sure if that is true. So very sorry for your loss.
 

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