2011 Fleming 78

Asking: $ 3,700,000

Description

A rare opportunity to purchase a previously cruised Fleming 78, comes equipped with twin 1000 horsepower MAN V-8 engines. The traditional layout of this Fleming provides a multi-level flybridge, including a raised flybridge helm arrangement and two off-set hardtops. Features include: ABT hydraulic bow & stern thrusters, ABT stabilizers, Aqua-Drive system, Furuno TZTouch Black Box electronics, Boning ship monitoring system, Onan generators, (2) FCI water makers, pilothouse day head, full flybridge Eisenglass enclosure, California deck with Eisenglass enclosure, and a 17’ Boston Whaler tender. Interior accommodations consist of three en-suite staterooms with three heads: a mid-ship master stateroom with island king berth, a forward VIP stateroom with V-berths, and a port side guest stateroom with two twin-sized berths. Below deck, adjacent to the engine room, is a dedicated en-suite crew quarters with a queen berth and overhead bunk. Note: this boat is not available for co-brokerage.

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LOA-Hull 78
LOA-Total 81.5
BEAM 21.42
DRAFT 5
ENGINES MAN V8 @ 1000 hp
HOURS 5600
EFFICIENT CRUISE SPEED 10.5 Kt
HIGH CRUISE SPEED 16 Kt
FUEL CAPACITY 3,000 gal
WATER CAPACITY 315 gal
BLACKWATER CAPACITY 235 gal

Entering from the aft cockpit California deck you are immediately greeted by the spacious salon dressed in teak and fully utilizing a 21’5” beam. Featuring the timeless appeal of teak sole with holly accents, vast windows, teak cabinetry, luxurious ultra-suede headliner, and most importantly, an interior layout that balances form with function. Dining and entertaining guests becomes an effortless experience with an open floor plan encompassing the salon and galley. This layout allows for an open social environment while keeping the function of the galley separated from the rest of the salon.

Starting at the aft port side of the salon is a corner granite topped bar featuring large refrigerated drawers below the counter and glassware storage through three overhead cabinets. Moving forward along the port side of the salon is large settee which reaches to the galley counter.

The starboard side features an expansive storage credenza with a wine cooler positioned at the forward end. An entertainment cabinet is found to the aft corner of this credenza with a 40” Samsung HD TV installed on a retractable lift. Inboard of the starboard credenza is a pair of swivel barrel chairs. Just forward of the aforementioned wine cooler is a dinette featuring a three-seat settee and fixed teak table that provides the option for up to six guests to dine by use of extra chairs to the inboard side.

  • 40” Samsung HD TV installed on a retractable hydraulic TV lift at entertainment center to starboard aft corner
  • KVH TracVision HD7
  • Wired for Sat TV boxes throughout boat
  • Samsung 3D Blu-Ray / DVD player
  • Russound multi-zone audio system throughout
  • Onkyo AC receiver TX-RZ820
  • Velodyne Mini-V subwoofer
  • APC J15 Power Conditioner with battery back-up
  • RTI advanced control processor & universal T2-C remote
  • Credenza to starboard—granite topped
  • U-Line 2000 wine cooler to starboard side
  • Dinette to starboard—teak table & settee
  • (2) Barrel chairs to starboard
  • Large settee to port
  • Corner bar to aft port corner—featuring granite countertop, (2) Sub-Zero 700BF refrigerated drawers, and storage cabinets overhead
  • Teak & holly sole throughout with carpeting
  • Ultra-suede headliner

The galley is tucked to the port side just forward of the salon, which is separated by a large wrap-around granite counter top and overhead galley cabinets. Within the galley you will find a dishwasher, trash compactor, a stainless steel sink with mixer faucet & insta-hot dispenser, a convection microwave overhead, a ceramic cooktop, a stainless steel oven below the cooktop, and a full-sized teak faced refrigerator with matching refrigerator drawers beneath. Teak cabinetry fills in the rest of the galley and across to the opposing starboard side are additional storage compartments and cabinets as well as extra counter space.

  • Granite galley warp-around counter top
  • Wolf 3-burner induction cooktop (2019)
  • Custom pot holders—stainless steel
  • GE Advantium 120 Convection microwave—stainless
  • Miele oven—stainless steel
  • Miele dishwasher—teak-faced
  • Large basin sink—stainless steel
  • Insinkerator waste disposal
  • Insinkerator insta-hot dispenser
  • Sub-Zero 700TR refrigerator—teak faced
  • Broan trash compactor
  • Bountiful storage and pantry space

Following the steps found to the starboard-side of the pilothouse will lead you to the central accommodations lobby which connects each of the three en-suite staterooms and is home to the full-sized Miele Touchtronic washer & separate vented dryer. Here you will find the mid-ship master stateroom to aft, a guest stateroom to port, and a VIP stateroom at the forward peak.

The mid-ship master stateroom takes full advantage of the full 21’5” beam and features a king sized island berth. This arrangement allows for access from either side and the berth is equipped with a hydraulic lift that can be raised to access a large storage cavity underneath, perfect for storing extra bed linens or keeping valuables out of sight. Nightstands equipped with drawers are situated to each side of the king berth and include wall-mounted mirrors above. A dresser/bureau is found at the starboard wall and features drawers, cabinetry, and shelving, as well as a large port hole above for natural light. To the starboard forward corner of the cabin is a walk-in closet featuring louvered French doors, inboard of the closet is a separate hanging locker with storage drawers beneath. Facing the berth is a wall mounted Samsung 32” HD TV with a Samsung Blu-Ray / DVD player. To the port side of the stateroom is a full length mirror and access to the en-suite master head.

The master and both guest heads are exceptionally spacious with generous glass and stainless steel shower enclosures. Granite countertops compliment the matching granite floor in the one piece molded fiberglass shower stalls. Most of the heads onboard feature stainless steel sink and shower fixtures and each features Head Hunter toliets. Storage can be found through mirrored medicine cabinets, as well as teak cabinetry above and below the counter tops of the each head.

The en-suite VIP stateroom to forward is comprised of two twin-sized berths in a V-berth formation with a nightstand separating them at the peak. Storage is provided by two hanging lockers at the forward bulkhead in addition to cabinets and drawers both above and below the berths. To the starboard side aft wall is a mounted 32” HD TV with Blu-Ray / DVD player facing the berth, as well as access to the en-suite head.

A third stateroom is located to port and, like the rest of the cabins, is accessed from the central accommodations lobby. This en-suite guest stateroom comes equipped with two twin-sized berths with a nightstand as separation. Shelving, drawers, and a hanging locker to the foot of the outboard berth offer plenty of storage for guests. At the foot of the outboard berth is a wall-mounted 19” Samsung HD TV with a Blu-Ray / DVD player. The en-suite head access is located at the forward wall of the stateroom.

The Fleming 78, as with all Flemings, features a dedicated pilothouse which takes the role as the primary location to control the boat without any distractions from other onboard activities. However, it remains only a few short steps up from the salon & galley and it is only another five interior steps up to the flybridge.

Visibility forward and wrapping around to port and starboard is excellent. Below the expansive windshield are specially designed removable consoles which provide ample room for a full range of modern electronics and equipment. Overhead consoles provide additional space for instruments and speakers. Engine displays, electrical breakers, fuel management, and other on board systems are handled through the integrated Boning ship monitoring system.

To the aft of the port side resides a raised corner settee with a granite inlayed teak table provides a comfortable social or dining area with phenomenal visibility while underway. The overhead wall of the settee is capable of hydraulically lowering to reveal a hidden Pullman watch-berth. A day head can be found at the center of the aft pilothouse wall, separating the salon access to port and the flybridge access found to the starboard side. Steps down to the accommodations are found at the forward starboard corner of the pilothouse, just adjacent to the console. To each side of the pilothouse is a sliding door that provides access to the walk-around side decks of the Portuguese bridge. A large stainless steel and teak-accented destroyer wheel and two robust Stidd helm chairs finish off the pilothouse of this ultimate cruising yacht.

  • Furuno NavNet TZTouch Black Box (2017)
  • Furuno 6’ open array digital radar—DRS6A
  • Furuno 4’ open array digital radar—DRS4A
  • Furuno FR 8252—12” color radar display
  • (2) 19” Furuno MU-190HD touch monitors (2017)
  • 15” Furuno MU-150HD monitor (2017) (starboard side of console)
  • Computer with Nobeltec TimeZero Pro navigation software
  • Simrad AP50 auto-pilot
  • (2) Furuno GP330B WAAS/GPS antennas
  • Furuno GP-37 GPS/WAAS Nav DGPS
  • (3) Furuno RD-33 remote displays
  • Computer with Nobeltec TimeZero Pro navigation software
  • (2) 19” Furuno MU-190HD touch monitors
  • 15” Furuno MU-150HD monitor (starboard side of console)
  • Sirius weather for NavNet
  • Weather Station WS-200
  • Furuno FA-50 Class B transponder—AIS
  • Furuno HUB101 ethernet hub
  • (2) Icom M604 VHF
  • (2) MAN digital engine displays
  • Glendinning engine controls
  • Stainless steel destroyer wheel—teak accents
  • ABT proportional bow & stern thrusters
  • ABT stabilizer control panel
  • Boning 15” touch display (port side of console)—ship monitoring system
  • CCTV cameras throughout
  • Inverter control panel
  • ACR searchlight control—RCL-100D
  • (2) FCI water maker control
  • Windlass control
  • Russound control for PH, control for flybridge
  • Netgear Orbi Mesh WiFi system
  • Wave WiFi booster—for dock WiFi
  • KVH FB150 Satellite communication system —web connected with Thrane & Thrane handheld phone
  • Wilson cell signal booster
  • Internal telephone system —pilothouse, master, salon, crew cabin
  • Standard Horizon hailer
  • Kahlenberg horn & compressor control —Kahd-D1, 15B, 449-14
  • Ritchie compass
  • (2) Stidd helm chairs
  • Raised corner settee with teak table
  • Pullman watch-berth over settee—hydraulic lift
  • Pilothouse day head
  • Sliding doors at both port & starboard sides —access to Portuguese bridge side decks
  • Direct access to salon/galley, accommodations, and flybridge

The flybridge is easily accessed from the pilothouse door to starboard or by the step ladder in the cockpit. It features a Stidd  chair with bench seats to either side at the upper helm station which provides excellent visibility, particularly in close quarters and bustling harbors with its 360 degree view. The electronics console is large enough to house an array of state of the art equipment and can hide away when not in use for protection from the elements. A cushioned lounge is found to the port side of the upper flybridge deck, which provides an excellent spot for kids or grandkids while underway.

Stepping down one level from the upper deck is a social area featuring a wet bar with sink and protective cover along with an icemaker and refrigerator beneath. Cushioned settees are found to either side of this lower deck. Complimenting the larger starboard settee is an adjustable teak table, making this an excellent dining spot above deck.

Overhead, two offset hardtops, along with a full flybridge enclosure, gives coverage and protection to the flybridge deck. The forward hardtop and arch supports the custom hinged mast, domes, open arrays, and other instrumentation.

The flybridge deck features natural teak decking, while the raised upper deck of the helm area features non-skid with outdoor carpeting that mimics teak decking. The boat deck to aft is comprised of non-skid and includes a Texas Pit Crafters grill, aft docking station, and hatch down to the California deck to port. To the starboard side of the boat deck is the davit, tender chocks, tender, and dedicated space for kayak/paddle board storage.

Flybridge Helm:

  • Boning 15” touch display – ship monitoring system
  • Furuno 15” monitor to display TZTouch
  • Simrad AP50 autopilot
  • Furuno RD-33 remote display
  • Glendinning engine controls
  • Stainless steel destroyer wheel
  • ABT proportional bow & stern thrusters
  • ABT stabilizer control panel
  • Icom M-604 VHF radio
  • Icom HM-162B VHF radio repeater mic
  • Searchlight control
  • Russound control
  • Windlass control
  • Ritchie compass
  • Stidd helm chair

Features:

  • (2) Fiberglass hardtop with stainless supports and custom mast
  • Plexiglass windshield with stainless handrail
  • Full flybridge enclosure—Eisenglass panels
  • Natural teak flybridge deck & non-skid boat deck
  • Non-skid upper flybridge deck at helm with outdoor carpeting—mimics the look of teak decking
  • Steering console with controls, navigation electronics, and helm chair
  • Sun lounge to upper deck, port side
  • (2) Cushioned settees with stowage beneath
  • Mounted adjustable teak table at starboard settee
  • Flybridge bar to port—counter, sink, & cover hatch
  • GE Monogram beverage fridge
  • U-Line icemaker (2019)
  • Frigibar SW5 marine chest freezer (2016)
  • Texas Pit Crafters BBQ gas grill—infrared searing
  • 32” SunBright outdoor LCD TV—3230HD
  • Step ladder leading down to California deck/cockpit via hatch
  • Aft boat deck control station
  • Steelhead CT2500 electric hydraulic davit with power rotation, slewing, hoisting—2500 lb
  • Tender: 17’ Boston Whaler 170 Montauk with 90 hp Yamaha F90 motor, Garmin 74CV plotter (2018), Icom IC-M412 VHF, (2) Scotty electric downriggers (2017)
  • Mirage Tandem Islander hobie sail kayak
  • Revere 6-man life raft (recently serviced—certified until 2023)
  • 406 EPIRB with GPS
  • LED courtesy lighting
  • Freshwater wash down

In common with all Flemings, the hull is hand laid and solid fiberglass reinforced with a grid of stringers and frames. The integrated swim platform extends the waterline which adds to the overall length of the semi-displacement hull for a smoother ride. Vinylester resin, which is used on the cabin sides, is also utilized below the waterline on the hull with further protection provided by epoxy barrier coats. 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 gives nearly a foot length of protection until reaching the running gear. Onboard, all exterior decks are comprised of natural teak and natural teak cap rails and combing boards accent the bulwarks throughout.

On deck she has familiar walk-around decks used on all Fleming models; in combination with high bulwarks, a Portuguese bridge, and full length handrails along the inboard house, security for both children and pets is ensured. The capacious cockpit includes a California deck sporting a large wrap-around settee with a fixed teak table. Protecting the California deck, along with the step-ladder to flybridge and the salon doors, is a full Eisenglass enclosure which allows enjoyment of this space all-year and in any weather. At the cockpit deck are hatches allowing access to the lazarette storage cavity below. Each aft corner of the cockpit has a raised platform with warping winches and the transom features a large gate that swings in to allow ingress to the integrated swim platform. Engine room access to found to the port side, up by the port aft pilaster, via lockable door. To the port side of this cockpit passage is an aft control station featuring engine controls and thrusters.

Moving forward along the side decks you will discover entry gates on each side. These gates provide lower entry close to the water line, meanwhile additional gates on either side of the raised Portuguese bridge give the option for a higher point of entry. The Portuguese bridge provides great dock line storage through hatches along the interior. Up to the bow will bring you to the teak foredeck which incorporates a raised fiberglass non-skid section to the center. 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 with two winches, each of which can be controlled by a handheld unit at the platform or by windlass controls at both the pilothouse and flybridge helm stations.

  • Hand laid solid fiberglass hull
  • Integrally molded guard with stainless rub rail
  • Simulated planking grooves in hull
  • (2) SeaVision SV10 underwater lights
  • AirMar thru-hull metal stem depth transducer
  • Integrated swim platform with teak, (2) stainless steel staples, & folding cleats
  • Natural teak cap rails and combing boards
  • Stainless steel handrails throughout along inboard
  • Teak cockpit, side, Portuguese, & fore decks
  • Non-skid raised platform at foredeck
  • Oval stainless steel bow rail
  • Bow pulpit, (2) Maxwell windlass—VWC3500
  • Aritex CQR 120 lb primary & Delta 80 lb secondary anchors
  • (2) 400’ of 1/2” high tension ACCO chain for each anchor
  • Anchor chain wash
  • Forward shore power connect
  • (6) Rod holders on cockpit combing boards
  • Cockpit control station: engine controls, thrusters controls, & engine start/stop
  • (2) Lewmar electric warping winches at transom corners
  • California Deck with full Eisenglass enclosure, wrap-around settee, teak table, & serving counter
  • Aft cockpit awning
  • Step ladder up to flybridge—to port of salon doors within California deck
  • Engine room access to port side of cockpit deck
  • (2) Aft cablemaster shore power (~70’ cord)
  • Hot & cold freshwater cockpit wash down shower
  • Fore & aft, fresh & raw water hose bibs
  • (2) Fiberglass hardtop with stainless supports and custom mast

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 78 provides more headroom below the deck, allowing for a true standup engine room which gives plenty of room to service the twin 1000 horsepower MAN V-8 diesel engines. The main engine room access is from an outside lockable door along the aft port side deck. To achieve the extremely low sound and vibration that Flemings are known for, Aqua-Drive systems transfer the thrust directly to the hull and the engine is isolated by using soft engine mounts. Aft of the engine room resides the crew quarters complete with berths, a mini-settee, fridge, microwave, and separate head.

The lazarette found beneath the cockpit hatches houses the water tanks and steering gear while also leaving room for additional storage opportunities. Further mechanical equipment is housed with the machinery room located to forward of the engine room. This machinery room is access by a large hatch found at the floor of the accommodation lobby. Much like with the engine room, all components and equipment within this below deck room are very easily reached and serviceable.

  • (2) MAN V-8 diesel engines—at 1000 hp each (~ 5,600 hours each)
  • Racor fuel filters
  • ESI Fuel-polishing system
  • Fill-Rite 900 series fuel transfer meter
  • Gianneschi fuel transfer pump
  • Aqua-Drive CV60 system with 3.5” shafts (2019)
  • Rope cutters on shafts
  • ABT-Trac hydraulic bow (60 hp) & stern (25 hp) thrusters
  • ABT hydraulic stabilizers
  • Fin cutters in front of stabilizer fins
  • Capilano hydraulic steering
  • Engine room oil tanks
  • (4) Fiberglass fuel tanks (~3,000 Gal Total)
  • (2) Polypropylene water tanks (~315 Gal Total)
  • Black water tank (~235 Gal Total)
  • Grey water tank (~235 Gal Total)
  • (2) Head Hunter Mach 5 fresh water pumps
  • Head Hunter XCaliber salt water pump
  • Hydraulic emergency bilge pump
  • (2) FCI Max-Q water makers—(2 gal per minute)
  • Sanitron ultraviolet water purifier
  • (2) Torrid MVS-20 & Torrid MVS-10IX water heaters
  • Dometic/Cruisair—5 Zone Air Con
  • Fireboy engine & machinery room automatic extinguisher systems with Aqualarm detectors
  • Kiddie Halotron 3 lb manual fire extinguishers —pilothouse, flybridge, crew stateroom
  • Kiddie ABC 3 lb manual fire extinguishers —guest room & salon
  • (4) CO-Detectors CMD5-MDI-R
  • Toolbox with work bench—mounted in e-room
  • Crew quarters—aft of engine room
    • Queen berth & overhead bunk with crew head
    • Small settee
    • GE Profile microwave
    • NorCold mini fridge/freezer
    • 32” Samsung HD TV with Blu-Ray/DVD player
    • Boning touch display

Electrical:

  • (2) Onan 32 KW eQD generators (~ 5,205 hours each)
  • Twin racor filter for gensets
  • 220V AC electrical service
  • 24V DC electrical service
  • (2) Charles Iso-boosts 60-A
  • (2) Outback Inverters VFX3524
  • GPL-L16H & GPPL-8D batteries
  • (2) Glendinning CM-7 cable masters
  • (2) 50 amp shore power

Cruising Equipment:

  • Docklines
  • Custom fender holders
  • Shorecords
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Flare kit—12ALD
  • (25) Life jackets
  • (2) Ring buoy—24” & 19”
  • Yacht Tek boarding ramp & MarQuipt step
  • ACR EPIRB—RLB-37
  • Zoll Plus IP55 AED
  • Dan Oxygen Kit
  • (2) Icom BC-166 portable VHF raidos
  • (3) EarTec wireless radio headsets —full duplex
  • Various offshore medical kits
  • Access to Seahub —ship organization software

Fishing Gear:

  • (5) Rods & Reels
  • (2) Gaffs
  • (6) Rod holders at cockpit combing boards

Canvas:

  • Flybridge full enclosure—upper & lower
  • California deck enclosure
  • Cockpit awning
  • Tender cover (2020)
  • Flybridge helm cover (2020)
  • Flybridge grill cover
  • Windshield cover—white texalene

Exclusion List:

Owners personal gear, items, artwork, and décor including but not limited to:

  • HMS Victory model boat in salon
  • Nelson painting in Pilothouse
  • Oil lamp in Pilothouse
  • Ship painting at Master headboard
  • Fleming painting in Master
  • Nelson painting at forward cabin
  • (2) wooden name boards
  • Ship’s bell

Notable Recent Service:

  • All batteries replaced (2015)
  • New fresh water tanks (2015)
  • Aft water maker membrane replacement (2016)
  • Main engine heat exchanger service (2017)
  • Replaced deck caulking (2018)
  • Davit pump replacement (2018)
  • Main engine exhaust riser replacement —port (2018)
  • Pilothouse headliner replacement (2019)
  • Aquadrive replacement (2019)
  • Engine mounts replaced (2019)
  • Main engine exhaust riser replacement —starboard (2019)
  • Pilothouse settee recover (2019)
  • Forward water maker membrane replacement & pump serviced (2020)
  • Tender & flybridge helm cover (2020)
  • Engine coolant pump replacements (2020)

Upgrades & Additions:

  • Hobie Tandem Islander sail kayak (2014)
  • 3 sets of scuba gear (2014)
  • Amba luxury chrome towel warmers (2015)
  • Re-Finished Master Headboard (2015)
  • Frigibar freezer – flybridge (2016)
  • Eisenglass enclosure installed at flybridge & California deck (2018)
  • Venturi under Eisenglass (2018)
  • Stidd helm chair – flybridge (2019)
  • Ice maker – flybridge (2019)

THIS BOAT IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR CO-BROKERAGE

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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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