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1997 39 (ft.) Mainship 350/390 TRAWLER

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General Information

Listing# 12741

Price
$166,900.00
Location
Melbourne, FL, United States
Manufacturer
Mainship
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1997
Category
Trawler
Model
350/390 TRAWLER
Status
Used
Length
39 (ft.)
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
3116
Engine Horse Power
325
Engine Hours
2000

General Details

This is a very nice example of the popular Mainship 350/390 Trawler. Her semi-displacement hull allows a wide range of cruising speeds and fuel consumption rates. Keel protected running gear, 2 stateroom / single head layout, dual helm stations, extended flying bridge with a full helm enclosure and a covered aft cockpit are just a few of her highlights. Meticulously maintained by her knowledgeable owners, this is a turn-key boat and a fantastic (RIB) dinghy. She is very clean and shows extremely well with no mechanical issues. She is ready to cruise.

Additional Equipment

Vessel Walkthrough
This is an exceptionally well thought-out vessel. Extremely functional for her size with a smart floorplan. Sleeps four in a two-stateroom / single head layout. The cockpit features integral curved stairs up to the extended flying bridge and sliding glass door entry into the salon. It also provides easy access on either side of the vessel to the foredeck. Moving up to the flying bridge one finds the expansive aft area open for lounging or storage. Forward on the bridge is a centerline helm station with a Pompanette helm seat, two bench seats facing each other, and a fold out table on the centerline between the bench seats. Returning to the cockpit and entering the salon through a large sliding glass door one finds the power distribution panel conveniently located immediately to starboard. There is also a chart table and sofa to starboard while an entertainment center with storage and countertop space is across to port. Engine room access is by removable deck hatches in the salon sole. Further forward and on the same level is the L-shaped galley area forward and to port in the salon with the lower helm station and deck door for exterior sidewalk access across to starboard. Moving down through a companionway along the centerline from the salon one finds the guest stateroom with king-size bed to port and the head compartment with separate shower stall to starboard. The master stateroom is situated completely forward in the vessel and features an island queen bed and private access to the head compartment. The interior is bright with natural light through large opening panel windows and is decorated in mainly neutral colors with light beige carpeting with a multi-colored large area rug in the salon, gray headliner, light wood paneling and trim, green ultra-leather upholstery, drapes, and contemporary print fabrics and bed coverings. The hull is white with green accent stripes, green canvas, and black bottom paint.


Cockpit
The generous cockpit is accessed from an extended swim/boarding platform aft and in through a transom door. The boarding platform offers non-skid decking, a fold-out swim ladder, and a handheld shower. The cockpit has full overhead cover from the extended flybridge overhang as well as deck hatch access to the lazarette storage area with generator and steering gear access. Other cockpit features include:

  • • Self-bailing capability
  • • Non-skid decking
  • • Snap-down outdoor carpeting
  • • Shore service power, water, TV, & phone connections for stern-in docking
  • • Gunwale mounted rod holders (2)
  • • Overhead and courtesy lighting
  • • Two storage compartments
  • • Water tank deck fill
  • • Stowable fish cleaning table
  • • Handheld shower
  • • MOB throw ring


Foredeck
The self-bailing foredeck is easily accessed from the cockpit by wide side walks on either side of the vessel. There is a sliding deck door on the starboard side from the lower helm station and high welded 1.25” aluminum railing. Foredeck highlights include:

  • • 55 lb Delta Quick Set Plow anchor
  • • 40' of anchor chain followed by 100 ft of 5/8" anchor rode connected to the plow
  • • Fortress FX-23 anchor with separate chain and rode
  • • Lewmar electric windlass w/foredeck foot switches
  • • Bow pulpit with anchor roller
  • • Anchor locker access
  • • Fresh water washdown
  • • Non-skid decking
  • • Courtesy lighting
  • • Deck hatches w/interior green canvas covers and screens (2)
  • • Shore power connections for bow-in docking


Flybridge
The extended flying bridge is very easily and safely accessed by a slightly curved stairwell molded into the starboard side of the cockpit. These are non-skid stairs that pass up through the bridge overhang. The aft portion of the bridge can be used for storage or lounging/sunbathing. This area extends completely over the cockpit, allowing an unusually spacious bridge deck not typically found on a vessel of this size. The electronics mast, upper helm station, and entertaining areas are forward. Here one finds a new Bimini top with full four-sided canvas and isinglass enclosure. A centerline helm seat with two four-person bench seats facing each other along the sides. These bench seats have storage underneath as well as propane storage for the galley. There is also a unique table with fold out leaves positioned aft of the helm between the bench seats for entertaining or outdoor dining. All of the bridge seating, table, and the helm console itself have full green protective canvas weather covers and the bridge offers aluminum safety railing, courtesy lighting, and non-skid decking.


Upper Helm Station
The upper helm station is well-positioned forward and on the centerline of the flying bridge. This area has a single Pompanette helm chair with facing companion bench seats. Noteworthy features include:

  • • Tilting helm console for service access
  • • Wrap-around wind deflector
  • • Bow thruster controls
  • • Green canvas helm weather cover
  • • Beverage and binocular holders
  • • VDO full engine instrumentation
  • • Flag halyard
  • • Saturn 4” compass
  • • Hydraulic steering w/stainless steel wheel & Edson power knob
  • • Panel backlighting
  • • Lenco trim tab controls
  • • 12-volt receptacle
  • • SeaFire engine room fire extinguishing system monitor with engine override switch
  • • See Electronics List Below

Electronics & Navigation
  • UPPER HELM
  • • Robertson AP300X autopilot interfaced to chartplotter
  • • Northstar 951X chartplotter with DGPS
  • • Furuno 36-mile radar
  • • Icom IC-M59 VHF radio
  • • Apelco 365 fishfinder
  • • Furuno FCV-667 color bottom scanner
  • • Saturn 4" compass
  • • Jensen MCD 5110 AM/FM/CD stereo
  • LOWER HELM
  • • Robertson AP300X autopilot repeater
  • • Icom IC-M127 VHF radio
  • • Standard depthfinder
  • • Saturn 4" compass
  • • Lev-O-Gage list angle indicator


Lower Helm
The lower helm station is situated forward and to starboard in salon area. This command station offers great visibility for indoor operation of the vessel and features a sliding deck door to the starboard side walk. Other features of this helm area include:

  • • Three-panel windshield with opening center section
  • • Green mesh UV covers for the windshield
  • • Green canvas solid windshield covers
  • • Two electric windshield wipers
  • • 12-volt receptacle
  • • Battery operated clock
  • • Panel backlighting
  • • Hydraulic steering and large diameter wooden wheel
  • • Lenco trim tab controls
  • • Bow thruster controls
  • • Full VDO engine instrumentation
  • • Rechargeable spot light
  • • See Electronics List Below


Salon
The salon is accessed through a large sliding glass door with screen from the cockpit. Here one finds the power distribution panel immediately to starboard with a navigation station/chart table and three-person sofa also to starboard. This Flex Steel ultra-leather upholstered sofa has two incliner seats and a fold down center seat back with cup holders. There is storage underneath the sofa. A free-standing high/low dining table with fold out leaves. There is an entertainment center situated across to port featuring Corian countertop space, cabinet storage, bottle rack, a 20” Sharp LCD TV (LC-20AV4U) and sliding smoked Plexiglas doors to the Cyberhome DVD player and the JVC KS-RT111 AM/FM/cassette stereo. The galley is on the same level as the salon and located forward and to port with the lower helm station across to starboard. Engine room access is via three removable hatches in the salon floor. It should be noted that the salon, galley, and wheelhouse are open to one another and bright with natural light. Other salon features include an overhead hand-hold rail and a separate 16,000 BTU Marine Air heat / air conditioning unit.


Master Stateroom
The master stateroom is situated completely forward in the vessel and features an island queen bed positioned on the centerline and a private entry door to the head compartment. Other features include:

  • • Heat/air conditioning unit 12,000 BTU
  • • Cedar-lined hanging lockers (2)
  • • Clothes storage cabinets (2)
  • • Countertop space
  • • Mirrored forward bulkhead
  • • Hinged vanity storage
  • • Book rack
  • • TV cable outlet
  • • Generous under-bed storage area & drawers
  • • Opening portholes with privacy covers (2)
  • • Overhead deck hatch with screen and privacy canvas
  • • Reading lights
  • • Maxima Marine stereo speakers
  • • Clothes hooks


Guest Stateroom
The guest stateroom is positioned down and to port. This stateroom has walk-in headroom initially with the large king-size bed partially tucked beneath the galley. Features of this room include:

  • • Overhead deck hatch with screen and privacy canvas
  • • Opening porthole with privacy cover
  • • Large storage space next to bunk
  • • Cedar-lined hanging locker
  • • Reading lights
  • • Clothes hooks
  • • Air Conditioning outlet


Head
The head compartment is located down and to starboard---across from the guest stateroom. This head compartment features a separate shower stall with glass door and molded-in seat. The head is accessed either from the companionway or through a door from the master stateroom. Highlights include:

  • • Par electric flush head
  • • Overhead deck hatch with screen and canvas privacy cover
  • • Large adjustable vanity mirror
  • • Towel racks
  • • Sink
  • • Porthole with privacy cover
  • • Air conditioning outlet
  • • Storage compartments
  • • Clothes hooks



ENGINE DETAILS: The engine room is accessed under the salon sole by way of removable deck hatches. All machinery is easily reached for service. The generator is located aft of the engine room under the cockpit sole. Engine room details include:
• (1) Caterpillar Model 3116, 325 HP, fresh water cooled, turbo charged, 6-cylinder inboard diesel with 2000 total hours
• 2.5:1 ZF marine transmission
• Racor water separating fuel filter
• Thermal and acoustical engine room insulation • X-Change-R oil changing system
• SeaFire automatic engine room fire extinguishing system
• 12-volt engine room lighting
• Emergency warning alarms for overheating/low oil pressure

  • MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT• Marine Air reverse cycle heat/air conditioning units with digital thermostats and dehumidify mode. 16,000 BTU in main salon. 12,000 BTU in forward cabin
  • • Marine Hardware, Inc. Bow-Power bow thruster
  • • 110-volt water heater with engine heat exchanger
  • • Navigation and anchor lighting
  • • 12-volt pressure water
  • • Waste holding tank with deck pump-out or overboard discharge • Cable television and telephone shore connections
  • • Shore water connection
  • • Automatic/manual bilge pumps (3)
  • • Shower sump with pump
  • • Fuel shut-off valves
  • • High water alarm
  • • Fenders and lots of dock lines
  • • Coast Guard safety equipment
  • • Electric horns
  • ELECTRICAL
  • • 110-volt AC panel and switch breakers
  • • 12-volt DC panel and switch breakers
  • • (2) 30-amp shore service power cables with connections at foredeck or aft cockpit
  • • (2) 8D marine deep cycle house/cranking battery banks
  • • Group 27 generator starting battery
  • • Dedicated bow thruster gel cell batteries
  • • Battery isolator
  • • Separate battery chargers for flooded and gel cell batteries • Onan 8 KW diesel powered generator in sound enclosure, Racor fuel filter, fiberglass muffler. Approx. 800 hrs.
  • • 50-amp to dual 30-amp shore power splitter adapter
  • • Single 50-amp to 30-amp adapter
  • • 15-amp to 30-amp adapters (2)
  • • 110-volt outlets throughout
  • • Power distribution panel with generator controls, volt meters, polarity lights, and magnetic AC & DC circuit breakers


Disclaimer
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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  • • Galvanized trailer for dinghy
  • • American flag with teak flag staff and canvas cover on flying bridge rail
  • • Lifesling man overboard retrieval system with hoisting tackle on flying bridge rail
  • • St. Croix model 175 lifting crane on upper deck with two sets of mounts (stowed)
  • • St. Croix model 488 heavy duty dinghy davits with winches and winch handles
  • • Magma 14.5” gas grill with canvas cover mounted on stairway hand rail
  • • Folding aluminum deck chair on flying bridge
  • • Folding director chairs with green canvas, can be used anywhere (2)
  • • Directv satellite dish (manually aimed, w/o tuner) wired to TV and DVD
  • • Folding 3-speed bicycles (2)