Fleming is one of the world's leading yacht manufacturers.
Fleming began building yachts in 1985 under the personal supervision of Tony Fleming.
Today, they continue to build their yachts in the same boatyard in Taiwan,
and Tony Fleming continues to guide the production of Fleming parts and craft construction.
The company is based in California, but offers its products through a network of distributors throughout the United States.
When you own a Fleming yacht, using parts made by Fleming is a necessity.
Don't attempt to make Offshore, Marlow parts, or other parts fit when only a genuine, factory part suffices.
Consult your manual and work with the Fleming Company itself to ensure that whatever you purchase,
it complies with recommended guidelines.
Offshore is another of the most respected yacht manufacturers.
They are constantly working to develop new technologies, allowing their craft to offer the ultimate in sea kindliness.
Sea kindliness protects passengers in rough seas, smoothing out an otherwise bumpy ride.
All Offshore parts and designs are created with this in mind, and then executed with attention to detail and meticulous craftsmanship.
With the uniqueness of Offshore designs, it is important to use only Offshore products for repairs and upgrades.
The company itself can prove an invaluable resource as you try to determine what upgrades might be appropriate;
consult your owner's manual and possibly ask for company support before purchasing any Offshore or
Fleming parts to ensure proper fit
and ultimate sea kindliness.
Marlow is an award winning yacht builder recognized for excellence in functionality.
A Marlow yacht, no matter how small, is guaranteed to build the best living space within the permitted space.
Everything will be practically arranged, and every element in the yacht will be precisely assembled.
Of course, that precision means that using only genuine Marlow parts is absolutely essential.
If you attempt to install non-specialized parts in lieu of the correct items,
it may interrupt the practicality of the design created by Marlow.
Instead, work with your distributor to determine and purchase Fleming, Marlow, or Offshore parts.