Recent $245,000 price reduction, confirms Seller is motivated to receive all offers!
PRETTY LADY hosts a slightly modified Fleming 75 layout with three staterooms with en suite heads and showers including a day head on deck, and separate crew quarters aft with crew head and shower. Of note, the crew cabin layout, amenities, and fit and finish are perfectly adequate for an additional guest accommodation if desired.
This classically styled fast trawler was a collaborative effort between Tony Fleming and naval architect Larry Drake. They Nailed it. Those investigating this boat probably fully understand the history and success of the 50’, 53’, and 55 models passing the 100 hull mark when thoughts of the 75’ model came to be. Hull number one of the 75’ series launched in 2000. PRETTY LADY is hull number 4 of the 12-hull run of 75’s, presently being marketed as the 78’ model.
Always loved and then in 2020 absolutely spoiled by her owners who know no boundaries on a pride of ownership. Now a “Jewel Box”.
Enjoy the significant benefits of the 75/78 model for a similar cost to the 65 models. Like all Flemings, she is easily operated by her owner so the fourth cabin can be utilized for guest accommodation. Other benefits on the step up from the 65 include proper VIP, owner full beam SR, added interior and exterior square footage, split level FB with California deck, and massive tender/lounging deck.
Recent $245,000 price reduction, confirms Seller is motivated to receive all offers!
With the desire to better accommodate friends and family, this avid yachtsman– aviator, set a course to find the most hospitable, highest pedigree fast trawler. In short order, the decision was made to step up to the beautiful and exceptionally well-cared-for Fleming 75.
The yacht of choice was located in Seattle, Washington. For those who are not aware, just across the border to Canada lives the home of Brian Coverley and his dedicated team of Fleming aficionados at Delta Marine Service. This is Fleming Yachts haven for new boat commissioning and continued care by builder-authorized talent! Delta also maintains Tony Fleming's own F65.
With precision and efficiency, Coverley and his team were able to fulfill the tall order from the buyer; “Make her like new again”! Lead surveyor Walter Richardson from Patton Marine and this very dedicated buyer set up a wish list with Coverley, (budget aside), and the process began. 18 months of collaboration turned this gem into the true jewel box she is today! Wherever possible and wise, the program mimicked that of a new build including the replacement or heavy service of mechanical and electrical components, soft goods throughout, joiner work and teak decking, the detailed preparation and renewal of ALL exterior painted surfaces from stem to stern and keel to satellite domes, plus so much more. All with a focus on modernization and detailed refreshing to offer her new family trouble-free cruising and a very serious, well-deserved pride of ownership.
Following her extensive refit completed in late 2020, PRETTY LADY has been maintained to a level above and beyond. After a few years of solid enjoyment and continued, fastidious care, her owners look forward to taking a different tack to go enjoy a bit of sailing. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to save on two of life’s most precious commodities with this purchase! Time and money!
A very special thanks to Brian Coverley and his incredibly talented team at Delta Marine Services.
PRETTY LADY, built by respected yacht builder Fleming Yachts, is an immaculately maintained trawler-style build. Fleming is known for their passion for design and building that exceed the highest standards. She features new Naiad Dynamics DATUM AtRest stabilization, offering guests extreme comfort while onboard. Between 2019 and 2020, PRETTY LADY underwent an extensive refit. Eighteen months of collaboration between Delta Marine Service and her current owner turned PRETTY LADY into the true jewel box she is today. Wherever possible, the program mimicked that of a new build, including the replacement or heavy service of mechanical and electrical components, soft goods throughout, re-varnish of all interior joiner work, and replacement of teak decking. She underwent a stunning transformation. Her entire exterior was repainted by luxury yacht builder Crescent Yachts.
Now shining brighter than ever, PRETTY LADY is ready to set sail and turn heads wherever she goes. Whether cruising along the coast or making a grand entrance at a luxurious port, she is sure to make a lasting impression with her sparkling new look.
PRETTY LADY features multiple decks with numerous lounging and dining spaces for options of togetherness or tranquility. She is a tried and tested Larry Drake/Tony Fleming design and concept, making her a benchmark for those seeking the finest yacht in this class. Entering the salon from the covered aft deck through opposing teak-framed glass doors, guests will notice the warmth and charm of the main salon. Delicate fabrics and finishes are showcased, along with plenty of natural light. To port is a built-in bar area and an L-shaped settee with a teak cockpit table. Her galley is further forward with up-to-date appliances and lots of storage. There is a fixed pedestal dining table with a settee to starboard and two teak chairs for dining for six.
PRETTY LADY welcomes up to seven guests and two crew onboard. She features a slightly modified Fleming 75 layout with three staterooms with en-suite bathrooms and showers, including a day head on the deck and separate crew quarters aft. Her owner’s stateroom is accessed via a private entrance down the stairs from the starboard side. The owner's stateroom benefits from the 21-foot beam offering a generous amount of space. There is a writing desk, a large walk-in closet, and a centerline berth with built-in nightstands. A large flat-panel TV is mounted on the teak bulkhead. The en-suite bathroom features a new walk-in stall shower, a vanity with a marble countertop, and a totally refreshed aesthetic.
Two additional cabins are forward via the foyer. There is an illuminated art display alcove enhanced by beautiful teak woodwork and recessed lighting all with excellent hand holds for continued safe passage through the yacht. The full-size washer and dryer units are new from 2018 and are concealed behind teak doors. There is a double queen stateroom with an enlarged hatch with ocean air blinds, two large hanging lockers, copious drawers and cabinets, and a private en-suite bathroom. The third guest stateroom hosts a new arrangement with two single bunks and an upper bunk on the outboard side. This is an ideal bunk room, nanny cabin, or extra-special guest stateroom. There is plenty of hanging locker and drawer storage and natural lighting and ventilation are offered by stainless steel opening port lights in the hull and trunk. The crew cabin hosts very comfortable sleeping accommodations for a crew of one or two.
PRETTY LADY’s exterior is classic with recognizable trawler styling. She is easily boarded from the swim platform or the side deck opening doors. Her wide side decks and walkaround Portuguese bridge deck offer easy access for line handling or moving about the yacht. Her aft deck features a 270-degree wraparound settee. The surrounding scenery can be viewed while seated under the hard top and enjoying an alfresco meal. PRETTY LADY’s boat deck houses a 2019 AB 17DLX sitting on custom removable stainless steel rails. When the tender is launched, this space is an entertainer’s dream. Forward is another covered dining/lounging space with an L-shaped settee, a wet bar, and a grill area. Arguably the best alfresco space onboard is the flybridge. This is a cool space to take it all in and check out what is left in your wake. Step forward on the continued flow of another newly replaced teak deck; you are at the highest command of the yacht at the centerline Stidd helm seat.
The midship owner stateroom has a private entrance down a staircase from the starboard side, the forward end of the main salon. This is a delightful space spanning the full 21-foot beam. To starboard is a lovely writing desk with six storage drawers, a large storage cabinet below the desk, and three additional teak sliding doors above and outboard the desk for added stowage.
Forward to the desk is a large walk-in closet with teak louvered doors. On centerline and facing aft is a large island berth flanked by teak built-in nightstands with storage below. There is a large flat-panel TV on the aft bulkhead. This aft bulkhead also encompasses built-in dresser and cabinet storage. To port is the large master bath with a new walk-in stall shower, vanity with marble countertop, new toilet system, plenty of storage for sundries and linens, opening stainless steel hull portlight, and a totally refreshed look and feel.
Owner Stateroom Highlights
Owner Bath Highlights
VIP and Forward Guest Accommodations:
The forward stairs from the starboard side of the pilothouse offer access to the two forward cabins, via an elegant foyer. There is an illuminated art display alcove enhanced by beautiful teak woodwork and recessed lighting all with excellent hand holds for continued safe passage through the yacht. The full-sized washer and dryer units are new from 2018 and are concealed behind teak doors. The forward machinery spaces area is accessed through a lifting hatch on this floor.
Step forward into the queen double stateroom. This gorgeous stateroom has a large hatch with ocean air blinds. there are port and starboard opening hull ports ushering in the light and offering natural ventilation. There are two large hanging lockers, copious drawers and cabinets, light controls, and a private en suite bathroom with granite counter, mirror, or storage, and an elegant shower stall.
VIP Cabin Highlights:
VIP Bath Highlights:
Third Guest Stateroom:
The third guest stateroom is also accessed from the common foyer. This stateroom hosts a newly arranged single berth inboard and single, upper, and lower fixed berths. The ideal bunk room, nanny cabin, or extra-special guest stateroom. There is plenty of hanging locker and drawer storage and natural lighting and ventilation are offered by stainless steel opening port lights in the hull and trunk. The en-suite head offers a new marble countertop, a walk-in stall shower, and plenty of storage space for sundries and linens.
Third guest stateroom highlights:
Third guest bathroom highlights
Up five steps from the salon via the centerline staircase, you enter the spacious and extremely comfortable pilothouse area. While looking after the proper navigation and operation of the yacht you will be nestled in one of the two, new, Stidd multi-function helm seats. In this space, while making your way towards your favorite destination you and your loved ones or guests can delight in the attention to detail paid while this yacht was refit and refreshed.
You are looking at all new, custom, state-of-the-art, Garmin equipment (2020) housed in a newly refreshed, crisp dash area. Everything is at your fingertips, and it was all new in the 2020 refit.
Just to port is the charting area with loads of desktop space and updated electrical distribution control panel and center below screen by glass doors.
If not on watch and just relaxing, enjoy some time at the forward and inboard-facing L-shaped settee with yet another beautiful teak dining table. To starboard and aft is the very conveniently located day head serviced by a water jet toilet, vanity sink, and plenty of storage. There are sliding wing doors to port and starboard, as well as an additional staircase up to the lower flybridge for easy access around the yacht. Behind the L-shaped Settee, there is a hydraulic drop-down concealed pilot birth!
Yet another beautifully appointed space to enjoy the operations of the yacht or simply take in the sights of the day or evening. continuing from aft and up a few steps from the boat deck lounging space you find an aft and inboard facing L-shaped settee. Such a cool space to take it all in and check out what is left in your wake. Step forward on the continued flow of another newly replaced teak deck, you are at the highest command of the yacht at the centerline Stidd helm seat. Nothing better! New electronics and Navionics from Garmin adorn the recently refreshed retractable helm station. Genius! Hide the electronics from the element or sight when they are not needed.
The center multi-function helm chair is flanked by two identical love seats. The nicest and most comfortable arrangement I have seen on a vessel of this nature.
Accessed via a ladder from the aft deck or from the pilot house the boat deck houses the 2019 AB 17DLX with a 115 HP Yamaha outboard. This tender sits on custom removable stainless steel rails. Quite the dance floor when the tender is in the water! Launch and retrieval are easily handled by her 3,000-pound capacity hydraulic davit. The boat deck has been reinforced to handle the load and new teak decking was installed in 2020.
Forward on the boat deck is another covered dining/lounging space with L shaped settee to starboard straight settee to port wet bar and grill area forward and teak ding table to comfortably seat six to eight for dining lounging.
Cockpit and Side Decks Foredeck:
The yacht is easily boarded from the swim platform through a large centerline molded transom door. Alternatively, there is a side deck opening doors amidship on both sides of the yacht and two more on the Bridge Deck. Wide side decks and the walk-around Portuguese bridge deck offer easy access for line handling while docking or mooring or simply to move about the yacht and enjoy all her lounging spaces and sun pad on the foredeck.
Step up from the line handling cockpit to relax at the two-hundred-and-seventy-degree wrap-around settee. Appreciate the slight little rise above the main deck level offing an easier view, a fresher breeze, and easy access up to the boat deck and flybridge or move forward in the main salon. This hard-covered seating area is beautiful for morning coffee or any time you want to enjoy water sports off the transom.
Light it up in the evening and enjoy the easy access for alfresco dining in close proximity to the galley.
Main Deck Highlights General:
The crew cabin fit and finish is fantastic. This space is easily used for additional guest accommodations if one wanted to cruise family-style without a crew. The space is accessed by its own entrance off the port side deck at the aft end of the main salon through a fiddly door, down a few steps. This cabin hosts very comfortable sleeping accommodations for a crew of one or two, (singles or a couple), in one double and one single berth…
The en-suite bath with shower is serviced by the independent hot water heater and there is plenty of storage and easy access to the main engine room to look after engineering. Portlights in the hull, overhead hatch, and separate reverse cycle air con provide natural and mechanical ventilation. This cabin is quiet and extremely comfortable with full headroom throughout.
Crew Cabin Highlights:
The walk-in, standup engine room with a workbench is designed to delight and simplify maintenance. There is a separate entrance to the engine room which shows meticulous attention. There are Aquadrive thrust units below protective covers and twin generators in sound shields. Heat and air conditioning in the engine room and machinery space.
Truly understated by her namesake, "PRETTY LADY" glistens crisply as a result of her owner’s willingness to carry on with the steeped tradition offered by her original build and concept team; the magnificent team at Delta Marine Services, and of course her prior owners.
PRETTY LADY is continuously supported by a pride of ownership knowing no boundaries on exemplary care.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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