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Ancasta International Boat Sales

Darthaven Marina
Kingswear, Devon, TQ6 0SG
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)1803 752756

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Manufacturer Info

Mainship

Mainship

This company made its mark back in 1977, when an international fuel crisis paved the way for the boating public to embrace a new, single-diesel cruising boat that the average family could afford. That boat was a Mainship and 1,200 hulls were subsequently built. Since that time, Mainship has been known as a leading manufacturer of production trawlers. The company was recently acquired by Marlow-Hunter , and the brand continues to embrace its value position although without sacrificing quality or comfort. Mainship cruisers ride on hulls that offer fuel efficiency at displacement speeds, but they’re designed for planing speeds, too. A popular boat among liveaboards, amenities include full-service galleys and roomy cabins. For safety, there are wide and deep flybridge steps, raised bulwarks, deep cockpits and oversized stainless rails on deck.

2002 Mainship 390

£84,950 (Listed price: US$136,736)

Brixham, Devon UK,United Kingdom

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Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Fiberglass 
For Sale by

Ancasta International Boat Sales

Darthaven Marina
Kingswear, Devon, TQ6 0SG
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)1803 752756

Description

Used Mainship 390 For Sale powered by a single Caterpillar 350HP engine. Accommodation for 4 in two cabins, spacious saloon & galley and very generous flybridge. Her inventory includes Raymarine GPS, plotter, radar, autopilot and Tri-data system which are all interfaced, and 7hp bowthruster.

Further photos available on request from Ancasta Dartmouth, Devon - 01803 752498

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Description

MAINSHIP 390
Designed and built by Mainship Corporation, USA 2002. Commissioned May 2002

ANTIFOULED 2013

CONSTRUCTION:
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Blue white hull
twin station steering

LOA 12.12m 39' 7"
Beam 4.33m 14' 2"
Draft 1.12m 3' 7"
Displacement 22024kg 48554.61lb

Inventory

NAVIGATION AIDS
Compass
Speed log
Raymarine GPS
Raymarine plotter
Raymarine radar
Raymarine autopilot
ST60 tridata (dual station)
Dual station VHF

GROUND TACKLE
Kedge
30m chain with main anchor
Warps
Electric power windlass (with control at main helm, flybridge and bow)

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
3 x gas detectors
Horn
3 x auto bilge pumps
navigation lights
Guard rail
Pulpit rail
Cockpit cover
Enclosed cockpit cover
TV video
Radio CD
Boarding ladder
Warps
Boathook
Cutlery, crockery and utensils

Machinery

CATERPILLER 350HP 6 CYLINDER DIESEL ENGINE

SERVICED 2013
NEW SEACOCK 2013

Very low engine hours
7hp bow thruster
Cruising speed 8 knots (12 Knots planing)
Maximum speed 16 Knots
Fresh water cooling
Shaft drive
Trim tabs
Rope cutter

ELECTRICS
12 240 volt system
2 x switched batteries
Charged by engine alternator and 240 volt battery charger
Shore power with cable

TANKAGE
2 x 150 gallon 682 litre (approx) stainless steel fuel tanks
2 x 130 gallon 591 litre (approx) GRP water tanks
1 x 30 gallon 136 litre (approx) GRP holding tank

WATER SYSTEM
Hot and cold pressurised water system heated by immersion and engine
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Accommodation

SLEEPS 6 IN 3 CABINS
Double berth in fore cabin, 1 twin berth
Sofa in saloon converts to double berth
Cream interior with saloon table
Teak holly flooring
Teak interior construction
Galley area to port side with gas 3 burner hob, cooker and oven
Microwave oven
240 volt fridge
12 240 volt freezer
Galley sink
heads compartment with sink and electric toilet with seperate shower unit
Electric cabin heating
Max 6' 2" headroom
Flybridge with helmsmans seat and further seating




Broker Comments

The Mainship 390 is spacious "trawler" style boat with the economy of running a single engine. She has had one original owner from new and her usage has been light in this time. "Top Fruit" would benefit from some cosmetic tidying and this is reflected in the asking price.