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1984 Mainship MK III

1984 Mainship MK III

$39,900

Warwick, Rhode Island

Year 1984

Make Mainship

Model MK III

Category Flybridge Boats

Length 34'

Posted Over 1 Month

1984 Mainship MK III This is your boat if you are looking for a clean, economical and reliable trawler that is very well maintained and equipped.  Her price has just been reduced, she is turnkey and ready to do "The Loop" or just cruise the bay. Well equipped with generator, airconditioning and heat, windlass with excellent ground tackle, LED navigation lights and a solid hull.  She has had her 2500 hour service which included new injectors and pump, filters and new lower station gauges.  Custom improvements include:  custom Portland Mattress, new headliner and led lighting, new parquet floor, new refrigerator/freezer, new head and enlarged holding tank (30gal), 40 amp charger, washdown, and highwater and smoke/co2 alarms and a bridge and bimini cover.This Mainship 34 sedan/flybridge trawler only needs your cruising gear.  She is powered by the reliable Perkins 200 hp single diesel engine (turbo). 2500 hour service done and her Westerbeke 6KW Generator has plenty of power. She is available with the option of a slip at an upscale RI marina and a 50% discount on the slip will apply to new customers.  Keep in mind that there is no sales or use tax for vessels berthed in RI.  She is also close to 2 international shipping terminals.  Please contact the listing broker for an appointment to see her as she is not at the office location.  Why buy new?

1981 Mainship Sedan Mk II

1981 Mainship Sedan Mk II

$42,900

Poulsbo, Washington

Year 1981

Make Mainship

Model Sedan Mk II

Category Motor Yachts

Length 34'

Posted Over 1 Month

1981 Mainship Sedan Mk II This Trawler is new to the market and ready to go to her new owners.  With lots of extras, a Perkins Diesel engine, fully enclosed flybridge, Red Dot plus electric heating, electric windlass, Westerbeke 4kw Generator, swimstep and dinghy.  An economical cruiser for Northwest waters.  The Mainship 34 Motor Cruiser is one of the most popular small sedans ever built.  She is constructed on a solid fiberglass semi displacement hull design with a deep forefoot, slightly rounded bilges, and a full length keel.  With the single 165 Perkins, she will do 10-11 knots while burning about 6 GPH.  At 7.6k, fuel consumption drops to about 2 GPH.