The Mainship 350/390 is a stylish, moderately priced sedan trawler with classic lines and a good turn of speed. Unlike a true trawler with a full displacement hull, the 350/390 is built on a faster semi-displacement hull with flat after sections and a shallow, full length keel. The Mainship 350/390 is a big boat inside thanks to her 14 foot beam, and floor plan which manages to include double berths in both staterooms as well as a separate shower stall in the shared head. Visibility from the lower helm is excellent and a deck door provides easy access to the foredeck. Aft, a sliding glass door opens to the covered cockpit where there is series of molded steps (instead of a ladder) ascends to the extended flybridge. Additional features include deep, well protected side decks, and integral swim platform, transom door, a full teak interior, and radar mast.
The Mainship 350/390 Trawler features a large, uncluttered flybridge with plenty of seating and storage. Wide molded fiberglass steps replace the traditional ladder. Bridge walk through along with oversize handrails and raised toe rails add to safety. Below spaces off custom cabinetry, thick pile carpets in the staterooms and hall, and teak and holly flooring in the main salon. A spacious salon, workable galley, easy to maintain head and truly comfortable staterooms are incorporated to provide good flow and the most usable space afloat. Mainship trawlers were made with the highest of manufacturing standards, boat design, comfort and reliability. The build process included fabrication on-site of most components such as rails, furniture, and wiring providing high-quality prompt delivery and an affordable price.
The Mainship 350/390 is one of the most popular yachts built by Mainship. Although Mainship is now out of business, the company was purchased my Marlow Marine and the new models will be known as the Marlow Mainship.
- Easy to maneuver aboard the 350/390 you step onto the wide swim platform and through the transom door and into the cockpit which is protected overhead by the flybridge overhang. In the cockpit coaming are two large, self-draining storage or fish boxes. There are two cockpit lazarettes, one aft reveals the steering mechanism and allows storage and one forward which houses the generator, battery switches and storage. You can walk completely around the 350/390 using the wide side decks with high safety rails and deep toe rails. Along the starboard side is access into the helm area by a sliding door, making docking even easier. Back to the cockpit there is a molded fiberglass stairway with teak treads leading up the enormous flybridge. The aft bridge deck has a storage box and life raft storage rack. The entire bridge is protected by a complete dark blue Sunbrella enclosure with four sided curtains and an extension to cover the step access while at the dock. Additionally, the bridge can be protected with a complete mooring cover. The bridge area offer a centered helm seat and port and starboard long settees with cushions and storage underneath. In the center of the helm area is a large folding table affording the ability to dine el-fresco. The helm visibility is excellent and the engine instruments and navigation equipment are all within easy site and reach. Back to the cockpit and through the sliding entry door (with sliding screen as well) you enter the main cabin. To port is a nice cabinet with sliding black acrylic doors and cabinets for storage. On top of the cabinet is a large shelf and the salon television is mounted above with a mount allowing the television to fold away. Further forward and to port is the “L” shaped galley area with ample Corian countertop spaces, storage cabinets, and appliances to please the onboard chef. To starboard and on the bulkhead inboard is the electrical panel. There are two leather chairs with ottomans and a high/low dining table with one folding leaf. Along the aft bulkhead is a small Corian countertop desk area with storage. All the way forward and to starboard is the lower helm area with a sliding exit door. The helm visibility is excellent and the array of electronics and engine instruments in impressive. The windshield and large side windows offer a panoramic view outside. Centered forward and down three steps (with storage under the steps) is access into the lower cabins. To port is the guest cabin with a full size berth, cedar lined hanging locker, bookshelf and ample under berth storage. Across from the guest cabin is access into the shared head. The head is large with molded fiberglass sink and vanity, electric toilet and a separate shower stall with folding door. All the way forward is the master cabin with a queen center-line berth with two storage drawers under the berth. The port and starboard sides offer cedar lined hanging lockers, cabinets with shelving, and outboard storage shelves.
- The “L” shaped galley is located in the main cabin along the port side and forward. The Galley is impressive with plenty of space for storage and food preparation which will please even the most discriminating chef. Corian counter tops with matching sink covers Dish and cup storage locker Black and Decker Space Saver coffee maker Nova-Kool dual voltage refrigerator with lower separate freezer Princess 3 burner electric burners with stove and broiler GE Turn-Table microwave oven Ample above and below countertop storage Large port side forward shelf Single stainless steel sink with faucet
- Bow pulpit with stainless steel anchor rollers Delta plow anchor with chain and rope rode Lewmar electric windlass with foot and helm controls Divided anchor locker with raw water wash down Wide, deep side decks Aluminum stanchions and railing Molded, curved fiberglass steps with teak treads to bridge Integral swim platform with folding swim ladder Transom door and shower Dark blue Sunbrella bimini and full enclosure for bridge Dark blue Sunbrella mooring cover for bridge seating and helm area Dark blue Sunbrella hatch covers Windshield mesh and solid covers Bridge folding mast with radar dome and antennas (2) stainless steel fishing pole holders in cockpit coaming Large aft cockpit lazarette Large forward cockpit lazarette for genset and storage Stainless steel cable TV and telephone connection in cockpit Dockside water connection with pressure Boat hook storage above entry door Sliding entry door with separate sliding screen door Large storage/dunnage box on aft bridge deck Life raft storage rack on aft bridge deck
- 12 volt DC and 120 volt AC power Electric distribution panel with circuit breakers (2) 30 Amp shore power connections in cockpit with cords and splitters Electrical shore power connections at bow and stern for 30 Amp service Northern Lights model M673L, 6.0 Kw generator with remote panel and 125 hours Generator sound shield and spare parts Magnum 2800 Watt battery charger/invertor with remote at electric panel (2) 8-D batteries mounted in port engine room Cockpit lazarette battery switches Marine Air 16,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning/heat with electronic control for salon Marine Air 12,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning/heat with electronic control for cabins Clarion CMD4, AM/FM/CD player on flybridge and main cabin with remote POLK Audio speakers Boat Safe bilge heater mounted in engine room starboard bilge Fireboy Xintex CO2 detectors in each cabin Side Power bow thruster with push button control at both helms Ship equipment bonding system with lightning protection GFI protected electrical outlets throughout the vessel Color coded wiring harness 12 volt high intensity reading lamps at both berths 12 volt high intensity cabin lighting Sharp Aqous 15” flatscreen television in main cabin with DVD player Attwood 6 gallon hot water heater with heat exchanger
- Helm & Electronics
- Saturn Aquameter compass at both helms Raytheon RC520 chartplotter/radar at lower helm Raytheon RL70 Pathfinder chartplotter/radar at upper helm Raytheon L750 Fishfinder at upper helm Rayamarine mast mounted 24 mile radar dome Raymarine ST-6001 autopilot control at lower helm Raymarine ST-6002 autopilot control at upper helm Raytheon Ray-Data for speed, depth, and navigation (2) windshield wipers, center and starboard sides Raytheon Ray 52 VHF at lower helm ICOM M504 VHF with DSC and loud hailer at bridge helm Bennett trim tab controls at both helms ACR remote controlled spot light 12 volt dual trumpet horn
- Engine Details & Mechanical Equipment
- Engine room access is full and easy to maneuver. There are three salon hatches that will open to reveal the entire area. There is a stainless steel ladder mounted on the forward port side. Yanmar 6LP-STE diesel engine with fresh water cooling, 300 hp, 1500 hours Dual Racor primary fuel filters with vacuum gauge Full engine instrumentation with RPM, Temp, Oil Prossure, Volts and PSI Yanmar engine warning with multiple sensors and alarms ZF transmission with dripless shaft log Aquamet stainless steel shaft Teleflex engine and transmission levers Bronze rudders and struts Hydraulic steering Reverso Oil Exchanging system Spare engine parts Groco bronze engine sea strainer with bronze stopcock Sea-Fire suppression system in engine room Welded aluminum fuel tanks totaling 300 gallons
- Broker's Remarks
- A well cared for and low hour Mainship 350/390 that is ready for her new owners and new destinations. The owner has a change of plans that dictates the sale. FINANCING, INSURURANCE, and DELIVERY information available
- 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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