The Mainship 34 Trawler is one of the most popular small cruisers ever built. She was constructed on a solid fiberglass, semi-displacement hull with a deep forefoot, slightly rounded bilges, and a full-length keel. The great appeal of the 34, aside from an affordable price, is her superb fuel economy. With the single Perkins 165 hp turbo diesel engine, the Mainship will cruise quite comfortably at 10 -11 knots burning only 6 gph. At a more relaxed speed of 7 knots the fuel consumption rate drops to a remarkable 2 gph.
The practical single stateroom floorplan is well suited for the cruising couple. In the interior, the forward cabin has a large v-berth and filler cushion, two hanging lockers and shelves outboard. More storage is built in below the berth with shelves and large compartments. The galley is to port and includes all the necessary food-prep necessities with plenty of storage. There is a propane three-burner stove with oven, S/S sink with pressure H/C water, and Norcold fridge/freezer. The enclosed head compartment is to starboard and features a separate stall shower, sink and vanity.
The main salon is up three steps. Here you'll find an open and airy layout with a custom pedestal table to starboard and comfortable chairs for relaxing. A lower helm is standard in the roomy salon. On the port side is a sofa that folds into a double bed.
On the flybridge, there is plenty of seating with a helm seat, side bench and room for folding chairs. A bridge extension shades the cockpit. There is a full enclosure for the flybridge helm.�Any couple that is looking for a fuel-efficient, go-anywhere, turnkey cruiser will find this vessel hard to resist.
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.
New vinyl tile flooring (simulated wood look)
New Pub Style bar table with gas lift and 2 chairs with gas lift (can raise chairs to see outside while eating)
Cockpit Chairs: 2
New port and starboard fuel tanks (52 gal US each)
New Raritan Raw water strainer and air filter for engine
Pressured Water: new freshwater pump in 2017
Screens on Hatches and Ports
Kropf Boat stands 4 P-2, 2 P-3
6 diesel jerry cans 20L
New magnesium anode in engine heat exchanger
New washable "ruggables" runner with nautical theme to cover hatches