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1986 Mainship 40 D C / See Full Specs.

$39,998 Mackinaw City, Michigan
Make Mainship
Model 40 D C / See Full Specs.
Year 1986
Condition Used
Price US$39,998
Type Power
Class Motor Yacht
Length 40 ft
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Mackinaw City, Michigan
LOA 40 ft
Beam 14 ft
Max Draft 3 ft 4 in
Dry Weight 24000 lb
Max Bridge Clearance 17 ft 6 in
Cabin Headroom 6 ft 4 in
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Crusader
Engine Model 454
Fuel Type Gas
Engine Year 1986
Power 350 hp
Drive Type Direct Drive
Engine Location Port
Propeller Type 4 Blade
Propeller Material Bronze
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Crusader
Engine Model 454
Fuel Type Gas
Engine Year 1986
Power 350 hp
Drive Type Jet Drive
Engine Location Starboard
Propeller Type 4 Blade
Propeller Material Bronze
Builder Designer John Cherubni
Cabins 2
Double Berths 2
Heads 2
Fuel Tanks 1 x 150 gal (UK) (Aluminum)
Fresh Water Tanks 1 x 75 gal (UK) (Aluminum)
Holding Tanks 1 x 30 gal (UK) (Plastic)
Hull Shape Modified Vee
Windlass Electric Windlass

Description

This is a Nice Mainship 40 Double Cabin.  

 New Photos, Stored inside, Owners will consider all offers.

  • Raytheon Radar
  • Kohler Gen Set
  • Lower Helm
  • Always Freshwater
  • 18 Knot Cruise Rate

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Additional Information

Mainship 40 DC was notable in the late 1980s for her distinctive, trawler-style profile. This is a very practical boat, long on useful features.

Her traditional Downeast profile,her performance and interior accommodations are similar to those of a modern motor yacht.

The salon dimensions for a 40-footer with plenty of room to entertain guests in comfort. A lower helm, port and starboard salon deck doors, and a built-in bar were standard.

The full-width aft stateroom includes a double berth, excellent storage, and a tub/shower in the adjoining head compartment. (In 1985, light oak woodwork replaced the original dark teak interior joinery.)

Topside, the aft deck is large enough for casual entertaining.  

Additional features include a bow pulpit, wide side decks, fold-down radarmast, and a swim platform with ladder.

The Mainship 40 DC will cruise at a espectable 18 knots with standard 350hp Crusader gas engines and reach a top speed of around 25 knots

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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