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.
Through our implementation of refined design and new construction technology, you can now get the amenities of a luxurious 45 foot boat in the envelope of our value priced, luxurious 395 Trawler. This yacht will provide you two superior private cabins, sleeping for six with a convertible dinette, roomy salon for living and a flybridge that utilizes the 14'2" beam (largest in the industry) for piloting the boat and entertaining family and guests.
Entering the 395 Trawler salon, the rich look of cherry hardwood flooring and cabinets will wow you, and so will the living space. You can choose from a seven foot sofa or two lounge chairs to starboard and a raised portside dinette for dining and viewing the water while underway. The galley is complete with glass top stove and convection microwave oven, two drawer refrigerator/freezer unit, sink and storage, all surrounded by large windows to make you feel part of the great outdoor experience you are there for. A standard lower helm station with companionway door makes it easy to dock the boat single handed or with your mate. The companionway leads below to a forward master stateroom, portside guest stateroom, and head with separate shower compartment. The master has a centerline queen berth with inner spring mattress and the guest has a double bed that is seven feet long to stretch out in. The cabins can be ordered with cherry hardwood flooring, provide ample changing room and hanging lockers. This layout will work well for couples, families or charter boat companies as the second stateroom provides not only extra accommodations, but excellent storage as well.