2006 mainship 34 trawler

2006 mainship 34 trawler DEFAULT

Edwards Yacht Sales

WALK THROUGH TOUR

After admiring from dock the beautiful blue hull with cream topsides and light beige flybridge enclosure, board at folding step into aft cockpit. Notice the large social space here with storage lockers and hot/cold shower in transom and full transom door to full width swim platform. Note davits on swim platform and swim ladder neatly telescoped underneath platform. Walk forward along deep, wide side nonskid deck with high stainless steel rail to 1 step up to bow deck. Observe enclosed anchor locker with anchor windlass, foot pedal controls and stainless steel sampson post aft of anchor pulpit securely holding anchor.

Return along starboard side deck past full size side salon door to aft cockpit and walk up stairway's 7 steps to bridge, holding secure handrail. Observe spacious nonskid aft flybridge deck's open area with folding mast and crutch to hold mast in down position. Proceed forward through canvas and isinglass enclosure to large social area with L-shaped settee and folding table to port opposite in-line settee to starboard. Look forward to 3 captains chairs facing forward, 1 at helm and 2 at chart tables. Observe captain's full ° view from helm.

Return down stairway to aft cockpit and tip lower steps forward to observe engine room. Step down into engine room space to see twin Yanmar engines and generator. Return to aft cockpit, tip steps back in place and proceed through French glass doors to salon. Note full-width sliding screen door just inside glass doors.

Step up into salon to observe lovely wood paneling, chair rail, wood slat blinds and wood grab rail overhead. Turn to port to see bottle cabinet, sofa that converts to double bed, table with 1 folding leaf, and 2 bar stools at breakfast bar. Looking to starboard, note electric panel with stereo overhead and TV on swivel adjacent to side windows. Observe two chairs with storage cabinet under starboard windows. Observe starboard side full size door to side deck.

Proceed forward and down 3 steps to U-shaped galley on port side. Observe teak and holly sole and Corian counters with wood cabinet storage above and below counters. Note enclosed full size trash bin. Observe microwave oven over counter and under breakfast bar, 2 burner electric stove and deep stainless steel sink with wand faucet.

Walk forward through door to master suite. Observe queen size centerline walk around berth above storage area. See cedar lined lockers on each side of berth and hanging rods behind door.

Enter head through door from master. Observe vanity with Corian counter and wood cabinetry, and Vacuflush toilet. Turn aft to observe large glass door enclosed shower with large wand showerhead. Proceed out second door to galley and return to salon.



ACCOMMODATIONS

Enjoy the large social areas to relax and entertain aboard - spacious flybridge, large aft cockpit and roomy salon. U-shaped galley forward and down 3 steps from salon is open to salon with bar above to serve snacks and meals. Salon seating encourages conversation around lovely wood table. Wood paneling with chair rail and wood slat blinds adds elegance. Master suite is very roomy with queen walkaround berth and cedar lined lockers. All boaters will appreciate the separate glass enclosed shower in head.

• French glass doors to salon with rolling screen enclosure

• Side door to starboard deck

• Wood paneled interior

• Wood chair rail

• Centerline overhead wood grab rail length of salon

• Salon leather sofa converts to double bed

• Wood movable table with 1 leaf

• 2 cushioned chairs and storage cabinet

• Bottle cabinet aside sofa

• Breakfast bar with stools above galley forward

• Wood slat blinds on side windows

• Textilene shades on forward windows

• Master suite forward with queen walkaround berth

• 2 cedar lined lockers

• Private head with doors from galley and master suite

• Glass door enclosed shower

• Vanity with Corian counter on wood cabinet

• Vacuflush marine toilet

• Roomy aft cockpit covered by flybridge

• Flybridge fully enclosed by canvas and isinglass

• Flybridge seating for 9 or more with folding 2 leaf table



GALLEY

Chefs will be right at home in this fully equipped galley, preparing snacks and nutritious meals. U-shaped galley open to salon and 2 steps below breakfast bar has lots of counter workspace and storage.

• U-shaped galley 2 steps below breakfast bar

• Cabinet and shelf storage above and below counters

• Ample Corian counter workspace with Corian backspash

• Princess Cernan 2 burner glasstop stove

• Sharp Carousel microwave oven

• Refrigerator with small freezer compartment under counter

• Deep stainless steel sink with wand faucet

• Large enclosed waste container



ELECTRONICS

• Raymarine Hybrid Touch GPS Chartplotter and Radar

• Raymarine Raydome 48 mile Radar

• Raymarine ST80+ Depth, Speed Instruments

• Danforth Compass

• Insignia Flat Screen TV on swivel

• Fusion MS CD CD MP3 AM FM Stereo on Flybridge

• JVC stereo in salon



ELECTRICAL

• Two 8D wetcell starting and house batteries

• Group 24 wetcell battery for generator start

• Battery switches at entrance to engine room

• Promariner Pronautica battery charger

• Kohler 8kw diesel generator in sound shield hours

• Electrical panel in aft salon

• Two 30 amp shorepower outlets on transom

• 2 shorepower cords

• DC and AC current outlets in interior



ENGINES AND MECHANICAL

• Twin Yanmar turbo fresh water cooled diesel 4LHA-STP engines, hours

• ZF transmissions

• ZF electronic dual function single shift/speed controls

• 4 blade bronze propellers

• Dripless shaft logs

• Single flybridge steering station

• Bennett trim tabs

• Kohler diesel 8 kw generator in sound shield hours

• Marine Air 16k BTU airconditioning/reverse cycle heat

• Marine Air 7k BTU airconditioning/reverse cycle heat

• Racor fuel filters with pressure gauges on lines to engines and generator

• Vacuflush marine toilet

• Fresh water pump to galley and head sinks, and head and transom showers

• 6 gallon hot water heater

• Macerator pump and Y valve to tank or overboard

• Lewmar electric anchor windlass with bow foot pedals and helm control



DECK AND HULL

Enjoy the wide walkaround deck with high sides and rail for easy docking and anchoring. Flybridge full length and width covers aft cockpit and side decks. Side and aft doors to salon. Easy to swim or board dinghy from swim platform through transom door and folding swim ladder. Easy access to flybridge via stairway with side handrail, not climbing a ladder.

• Full length and width flybridge with nonskid deck

• Full size starboard side door and aft French doors to salon

• All around canvas and isinglass flybridge enclosure

• Flybridge 3 forward facing captains chairs

• Flybridge chart tables on either side of centerline helm

• Flybridge L-shaped cushioned settee to port

• Flybridge in-line cushioned settee to starboard

• Flybridge folding table with 2 leafs

• Aft flybridge surrounded by stainless steel double handrails

• Large aft cockpit covered by flybridge

• Wide sidedecks with high sides and SS rail

• Stairway to flybridge, not ladder

• Nonskid decks

• Port and starboard folding steps into aft cockpit from dock

• Storage lockers in transom

• Transom door to swim platform

• Full width self draining swim platform

• Folding swim ladder

• Dinghy davits on swim platform for your dinghy

• Transom hot/cold shower

• Bow pulpit with heavy duty sampson post

• Anchor locker

• Lewmar anchor windlass in anchor locker

• Windlass controls at foot pedals on bow deck and at helm

• Rocna anchor with ' chain and rode

• Search light controlled at helm

• Textilene screens over forward windows

• Mast on flybridge holds radar, folds down into aft flybridge crutch

• Ample cleats at side deck, bow and on transom



BROKER'S COMMENTS

This Mainship 34 Trawler is perfect for your short and long range cruising. Enjoy her economical twin engine maneuverability. Cruise in any weather with generator, airconditioning with heat, and fully enclosed flybridge. You will attract attention with her lovely blue hull and elegant wood interior. She's ready for your cruise - what are you waiting for?



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.

Sours: https://www.edwardsyachtsales.com/boat//mainship/trawler//

Mainship 34 Trawler - running

By Andy Adams

The term "fast trawler" might at first seem to come from the same family is the term "jumbo shrimp" but there really is a good reason for a fast trawler.

Recently, there has been a groundswell of interest in trawler boats because they deliver a unique combination of seaworthiness, comfort and space in a fuel-efficient package.  They also suit the demographics of the North American population with an increasing number of people reaching retirement at earlier ages.

Trawlers are often referred to as blue water cruising boats because they're well-suited to handling rough water and offshore conditions.  Taking a Mainship 34 Trawler down the Intercoastal Waterway to the Carolinas, Florida or even out to the Caribbean is a very realistic goal, even for those new to cruising.

Fast trawlers are designed with more support in the aft hull sections and given sufficient power, can move from displacement speeds of 8 or 10 mph to full planing at over 20 mph.

The ability to go quickly is a desirable trait because bad weather can move in quickly. The safety and convenience of having a fast trawler is easily understood.

Our test boat was equipped with virtually every option including air-conditioning and twin engines and the price tag came in at approximately $, 

Mainship 34 Trawler - GalleyIn the world of trawler design, form follows function and the exterior spaces are as much meant for your living accommodations as the interior. The Mainship 34 has a proper transom door from the swim platform into the cockpit. That area has high sides for a secure feeling and is shaded by the bridge overhang all the way across and up the side decks to midships.

Mainship has done a great job with the staircase to the flying bridge. Use it like stairs or turn around and face the stairs to climb up or down in rough water as though you were clinging to a ladder.  The last three steps in this staircase, located on the starboard side of the cockpit, are a hatch that lifts up to reveal conveniently located battery switches and for access to the engine room.

Your six-foot tall pound boat tester found it a tight fit to get into the engine room and the ceiling is fairly low.  Making up for that, Mainship has installed six lights.  It's not difficult to reach the fuel strainers, batteries, or the water pump system and there is a sight gauge on the diesel fuel tank that is also handy feature. You can get all the way around the engines for service; you just have to do it from a crouching position.  The ceiling is heavily insulated and to keep the interior as quiet as possible, there are no engine hatch openings in the salon.

Back to the top sides, the wide side decks and raised bulwarks with their 1 1/4 inch diameter welded stainless steel rails give the 34 trawler the feeling of being a small ship.  You can really get around the exterior of this boat and there is a cabin door on the starboard side near the interior helm and plenty of room to sit out on the front deck while cruising.

The boat is well-suited to anchoring out and has an electric windlass with deck controls as well as controls at the upper and lower helms. There are two large cleats forward plus an utterly massive Samson Post.

The flying bridge is very large for this size of boat. There is an L-shaped seat on the port side that's wide enough to be a sunbed and has a large amount of storage under the cushions. You get a companion seat on both port and starboard sides flanking the center mounted helm seat.  

Mainship 34 Trawler - HeadThe large binnacle has twin Raymarine C80 screens for radar and a chart plotter, an autopilot, VHF radio, large Danforth compass, electrically controlled spotlight, controls for the electric windlass, and JVC audio system. The Yanmars were equipped with ZF electronic controls. Chart tables on either side flank the dashboard and the layout is comfortable for standing or sitting operation.  Our test boat had the optional Bimini top and full enclosure.  A fold up picnic table is included as is a pedestal mounted Magma barbecue and cutting board.

Things are equally good below. 

Salon access is through folding doors in the aft bulkhead. Side windows are very large, slide open and have screens. The test boat had the optional Hide-A-Bed couch, high-low table and two attractive wicker chairs to create a dining area for up to six people. An entertainment system and the electrical panel are by the bulkhead.

The test boat had the interior helm that is beautifully finished in varnished cherry with an impressive ships style wheel.  It has an excellent view in all directions and if the weather was too cold, too hot or too rainy, you can still run the boat from here with ease.

Opposite is a convenient breakfast bar with two little stools on the port side and ahead is the U-shaped galley, down a couple of steps.  I like this type of layout because the cook is still part of the party but there is a lot of light and height over the cooking facilities to keep cooking odors away from interior surfaces.

The galley was equipped with a Sharp carousel microwave, two large under floor lockers, a refrigerator with freezer section, a single stainless steel sink of generous size, two burner stove, Corian counter tops with fiddles to keep things from landing on the Everwear Teak and Holly floor; all in all, very nice.

The forward cabin has a shaped twin birth in the center with very good access on both sides, making it easy make the bed.  Ventilation is through two portholes and an overhead hatch. The cedar lined locker is modestly sized but there's a bit more storage as well.

Mainship however, gives you a great head. The 34 has a fully enclosed shower stall, opening porthole, sink in a vanity and more.  You can really use this head, even under way.  It functions as it should and that comment could apply to virtually every part of the Mainship

So, how does this all go?  The twin hp Yanmar diesel engines fire up easily with virtually no smoke or smell.  These new technology diesels are delightful to live with.  The twin engines make maneuvering the Mainship quite easy and there is a full keel for accurate tracking. Running the speeds, we were traveling mph at idle and at approximately rpm we were making mph at a very quiet 82 dB.

The test boat ran up to rpm doing mph.  By putting a little tab down we could back off to an mph cruising speed at and we recorded a very livable 89 dB in the salon.  That is impressively quiet for the performance.

Mainship 34 Trawler - SalonIn terms of sea keeping qualities, the Mainship 34 Trawler tracks a course very nicely and the hull has a pocket drive design for a shallow draft and a shaft angle that improves efficiency.  Hydraulic steering was light and comfortable to use and the ZF controls are very precise.  On high-speed turns, the keel throws weight to the outside, keeping the boat virtually level. On really hot, cold or wet days, you might find it more comfortable to operate from the lower helm. Nice to have the choice!

All in all, Mainship has delivered remarkable accommodation and performance in a size range that will be easy to handle and economical too.

Originally published in Canadian Yachting’s November issue.

Performance

Twin Yanmar hp turbo diesels

RPM MPH

        

       

Mainship 34 Trawler - Bridge

       

Specifications

Length 34'0" /   m

Length overall 36'1" / 11 m

Beam         14'2" /   m

Draft         33” / m

Displacement 20, lbs / kg

Fuel capacity gal / L

Water capacity 70 gal / L

Holding tank 34 gal / L

Price as tested "  $, CDN Dollars

Test boat provided by and price quoted by Angus Yachts Power and Sail

www.angusyachts.com

Speeds measured by Ray Marine

Photo Captions

Photo 1 – The Mainship 34 Trawler running.

Photo 2 - A real highlight is the very functional galley with good storage and counter space typical of much larger yachts.

Photo 3 - The enclosed shower stall is a usable size and seems much larger thanks to the acrylic wall and door. The designers wanted to make all the spaces a realistic and functional size in spite of the trim 34’ length.

Photo 4 - The salon is very spacious for a 34 footer and has such great trawler features as a wooden ship’s wheel, interior helm beside a cabin door, large overhead teak grab bar (not visible in this shot) and generous side glass.

Photo 5 - The bridge is a key area when running or relaxing and this one has a lot of open space, seats wide enough to sun tan and room to entertain. The three pedestal seats swivel to join the party. 

Sours: https://www.canadianyachting.ca/boat-reviews/power/mainshiptrawler
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Mainship

MAIN DESCRIPTION

Panacea is a well maintained Mainship 34 with a beautiful blue hull. She features an island queen size berth forward in the master stateroom, a full head with separate enclosed shower stall, bow and stern thrusters and new flybridge enclosure. She is powered by twin Yanmar hp main engines and 8 kw Kohler generator. Panacea is a Great Loop veteran and is outfitted to do it again or other coastal cruising.

Recent upgrades and maintenance includes:

 - Waxed and detailed boat

- Bottom paint

- West Marine RIB with 15 hp outboard

- New Hurley H2O davits

- Fuel tank cleaned and fuel polished

- New Raymarine Axiom chart plotter

- Replaced bilge pumps and float switches

- New VHF antenna, connector, and radio

- Balanced both props and drive shafts

- Touched up fiberglass/paint

- Replaced windlass switches

- Replaced all engine room zincs

- Complete electrical upgrade to NEMA standards

- Replaced disconnect switches, and improved electrical panel wiring and new (2) power cords

- Removed carpet, replaced with marine grade Teak and Holly vinyl throughout

- New batteries: D and D

- New bimini and surrounding side curtains, isinglass in front window

- New Rochna anchor and rode (2 additional anchors)

- New window covers

- New aft cockpit screen

34' Mainship Overview

Panacea is a well maintained Mainship 34 with a beautiful blue hull. She features an island queen size berth forward in the master stateroom, a full head with separate enclosed shower stall, bow and stern thrusters and new flybridge enclosure. She is powered by twin Yanmar hp main engines and 8 kw Kohler generator. Panacea is a Great Loop veteran and is outfitted to do it again or other coastal cruising.

34' Mainship Vessel Walkthrough

From the swim platform, you walk through the transom door to the covered aft deck and walk forward to the fore deck via either side deck, walk up the molded-in steps to the flybridge or through the cockpit double doors into the salon. Once inside the salon, you will find a sleeper sofa to port with hi\lo coffee\dining table, two cushioned wicker chairs to starboard and the lower helm with a side deck access door starboard forward. Walk forward and step down to find the galley to port, head with enclosed shower to starboard and master stateroom forward. Engine room access is via the hinged lower portion of the flybridge steps in the cockpit.

34' Mainship Accommodations

Panacea offers a master stateroom forward with an island queen size berth and direct access to the head with enclosed shower. The salon sleeper\sofa converts into a double size berth.

34' Mainship Salon

The salon offers a sleeper sofa with hi\lo coffee\dining table to port, two cushioned wicker chairs to starboard and lower helm and side deck access door starboard forward. The sole is a marine grade teak and holly vinyl flooring, there are opening side windows with blinds, opening center windshield, double doors to the cockpit with a curtain and roll-away screen door. The salon also features a small fold up desk to starboard aft, a wine cabinet port aft, a stereo with speakers and a large flat screen TV.

The lower helm features:

- Uniden QT depth display

- ACR searchlight control

- Danforth magnetic compass

- Sidepower bow and stern thruster controller

- Trim tab and windlass controls

- SeaFire engine shutdown override system

34' Mainship Galley

The galley is port forward of the salon and features:

- Haier microwave oven

- Nova Kool 12vdc\vac refrigerator\freezer

- Princess ceramic 2-burner electric cooktop

- Bosch coffee maker

- Stainless steel sink

- Corian countertop

- Storage cabinets

- Under sole storage compartments

- Marine grade teak & holly vinyl sole

- Magma stainless steel BBQ grill on the flybridge

34' Mainship Dining

Dining space is available at the salon hi\lo coffee\dining table and the flybridge folding table.

34' Mainship Stateroom

The stateroom is forward and offers an island queen size berth, 2 portlights, overhead hatch, hanging locker, storage cabinets and drawers, reading lights, marine grade teak and holly vinyl flooring and direct access to the head with enclosed shower.

34' Mainship Flybridge

The flybridge offers a full enclosure, non-skid deck, hinged mast, wrap-around seating and storage to port, bench seat with storage to starboard, folding table, 3 Pompanette helm seats, full helm, Magma stainless steel BBQ grill on the upper aft deck and molded-in steps to the cockpit.

The flybridge helm features:

- Raymarine Axiom multi-function display

- Raymarine autopilot

- Raymarine ST60+ depth display

- ICOM VHF marine radio IC-M

- ACR searchlight control

- Danforth magnetic compass

- Sidepower bow and stern thruster controller

- Trim tab and windlass controls

- SeaFire engine shutdown override system

34' Mainship Cockpit

The covered cockpit offers a transom door to the fiberglass swim platform, non-skid deck, same level access to each side deck, folding boarding steps on each side, shore power connectors, transom storage lockers and a hot/cold fresh water shower.

34' Mainship Audio/Visual Equipment

This yacht features the following audio\visual equipment:

- Flat screen TV in the salon

- JVC stereo/CD player in the salon

- JVC stereo/CD player in the master stateroom

- Clarion stereo on the flybridge

- JBL interior speakers

- JL Audio exterior speakers

34' Mainship Electronics

This yacht features the following electronics:

- Raymarine Axiom multi-function display

- Raymarine autopilot

- Raymarine ST60+ depth display

- ICOM VHF marine radio IC-M

- Uniden QT depth display

34' Mainship Electrical System

This yacht features the following electrical equipment:

- Kohler 8 kw Generator with hours

- ProMariner Pro-Tech-4 battery charger

- 2 - 8D Start\House batteries

- 4D Thruster battery

- Generator start battery

- 2 X Charles marine isolation transformers

- 2 X 30 amp shore cords

34' Mainship Engine/Mechanical Equipment

This yacht features the following engine\mechanical equipment:

- Twin Yanmar 4LHA-STP hp main engines with approximately hours

- ZF 63A gearboxes

- ZF electronic engine controls

- Faria gauges

- Dripless shaft seals

- Groco ARGS sea strainers

- Racor MA fuel filters with vacuum gauges

- Reverso oil change system

- Seastar hydraulic steering system

- Bennett trim tabs

- 2-zone Marine Air Systems reverse cycle air conditioning/heating system

- Attwood 6 gallon water heater

- WalVac central vacuum system

34' Mainship Deck Equipment

This yacht features the following deck equipment:

- Westmarine RIB with 15 hp Mercury outboard

- Lewmar anchor windlass with foot controls and a remote control at the helm

- Rocna 33 lb anchor

- Stainless steel deck hardware

- Stainless steel sampson post

- Stainless steel rails

- Bomar deck hatch

- Non-skid decks

- Windshield covers

- Fiberglass swim platform

- Hot/cold fresh water shower in the cockpit

- Hurley swim platform tender davit

34' Mainship Safety and Fire Protection

This yacht features the following safety and fire protection equipment:

- Sea-Fire engine room fire suppression system

- ACR Searchlight

- Dual horns

- Hailer

- Rule bilge pumps

- Rule bilge high water alarm

- Safe-T-Alert carbon monoxide detectors

- Fire extinguishers

- Throwable life ring

- PFDs

34' Mainship Exclusions

- Sellers' personal belongings

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.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4LHA-STP
  • Engine Year:
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP:
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours:
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4LHA-STP
  • Engine Year:
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP:
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours:
Sours: http://www.curtisstokes.net/trawlers-for-sale-mainshippanaceahtml

Automotively speaking, I&#x;m just a tad different. My way of getting to a specific address in a town or city in a car, for example, continues to hew closely to one I glommed onto years ago in Tokyo, where addresses are not sequential&#x;I simply go to the general area and drive around until I find what I&#x;m looking for. Not the most efficient way to get places, of course, but enjoyable. And sometimes surprising.

Take my recent trip to Bradenton, Florida. The test boat I was hunting at the time was a beauty, with a practical, one-stateroom, one-head layout: Mainship&#x;s 34 Trawler. She was reportedly docked in a slip at Twin Dolphin Marina, home of Bayside Yacht Sales, the local Mainship dealer. The car I was driving was groovy, too&#x;a rented Mustang ragtop. And the weather was gorgeous, with blue skies in the offing. I&#x;d just started exploring yet another shady street bordering the Manatee River when a veritable vision snapped my head sideways. There, to starboard, winsomely framed by palm fronds, was the prettiest midrange cruiser I&#x;d seen in years.

I slowed to a stop. While a guy behind me began laying on the horn, I attempted to read the logo on the deckhouse. Yup: Mainship Trawler. I U-turned and zipped past the guy (who shot me a peeved look) toward the nearest parking lot.

I was standing at the stern of the test boat within minutes, test gear in hand. The profile was reminiscent of Mainship&#x;s old 34 Sedan Trawler, a popular, comparatively narrow, fuel-efficient vessel that hit the marine scene in the &#x;s, went through some model changes, and then faded out in I followed the new 34&#x;s broken sheer with an appreciative eye and admired her jaunty bow. For weather protection the flying-bridge cowling overhung the wide side decks, which were bordered by safety-enhancing bulwarks and stainless steel rails. Topside, an after deck extended gracefully over the cockpit, creating an attractive, porch-like ambiance in the cockpit.

I introduced myself to the Bayside rep onboard, Bob Misztak, who helped me heft my stuff into the cockpit and then proudly opened the engine-room hatch, a sound-insulated fiberglass molding that in the closed position doubles as a stairway to the flying bridge. A number of details caught my fancy right off. The coaming around the entryway was high, reaching almost halfway to my knee&#x;no worries about sea water inundating this engine room in a blow. A rugged, removable, two-step aluminum ladder (with wide, industrial-strength diamond-plate treads) led down into machinery spaces&#x;the footing looked secure and comfortable, even for barefoot skippers. And construction seemed solid, a general observation I subsequently confirmed with specifics, among them a hull-to-deck joint secured with mechanical fasteners and 3M ; an above-the-waterline coring regime featuring end-grain Baltek balsa and Nidacore; and an assemblage of plywood stringers and transversals encapsulated with plenty of glass.

Getting the test equipment below and forward to our single hp Yanmar was a bit of a chore. To lessen engine-generated noise in the saloon and topside, Mainship&#x;s done away with sound-leaking engine-room access hatches inside the boat and added a wrist-thick, Nidacore-filled fiberglass liner that stretches from bow to cockpit. On the up side, the liner puts the lid on sound levels and also adds strength. On the downside, it makes crawling several feet on your hands and knees the only way to routinely access the engine.

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The crawl&#x;s a scenic one, though. Mainship&#x;s done an excellent job of logically and conveniently laying out ancillaries on both sides of the crawlway. Sea strainers on our test boat (for the main as well as our optional genset and air conditioning) were aligned on the port side, along with an optional X-Change-R oil-changing unit and Racor fuel-water separators for the main and genset. Batteries (one 8D starter, one 8D house, and one Group 27 unit for the genset) were aligned on the starboard side, along with color-coded poly tubing for fluids.

In the engine room proper, I was pleased to discover two additional noise-reducing features: a thick blanketing of sound-attenuating insulation and a two-stage water-lift muffler for the main&#x;it&#x;s quieter than a one-stager, Mainship says. The presence of a sight glass on the forward firewall (for keeping tabs on the single athwartship welded-aluminum fuel tank) pleased me as well, and so did the degree access to the main engine itself&#x;I simply sat down on a stringer and wielded my wrenches while enjoying four inches of clearance overhead.

We sea trialed the 34 on a near-flat Manatee River. Average top speed was mph, although I found I could boost that figure to about 21 mph by deploying the Bennett trim tabs halfway, which reduced running angle by one degree. Visibility at both the upper and optional lower helm was excellent all around. Tracking was good, too, whether going slow or fast. And when turning sharply, the boat tended to list faintly outboard, presumably due to a modest keel with a protective sand shoe for the prop, which is ensconced in a tunnel to reduce draft.

Docking was easy. To return the 34 to her berth, I had to first pivot the boat to starboard, ease the bow into a slip across the narrow fairway, and then back down using short bursts from the bow thruster to steer. The only problem arose when Misztak took over the thruster momentarily to demonstrate its robust nature. The darn thing blew a fuse and quit, a development I dealt with by simply shifting to neutral and using the rudder to steer. Maybe Mainship should install a larger thruster for true thruster mavens.

We toured the interior after tying up. It mostly replicates the old 34 Sedan&#x;s comfy, sea-savvy layout, meaning it offers expansive living arrangements for a cruising couple, with a zzzzzz-friendly innerspring queen and a couple of hanging lockers in the forward stateroom, fully equipped, U-shape galley abaft the stateroom, large, shower stall-equipped head opposite, and broad saloon all the way aft, with opening windows and doors from Aluminum and a sofa with a hide-a-bed option. Finish on the cherry joinery was serviceable, but the quality of some of the hardware was uneven. Our test boat&#x;s Lewmar opening ports were top-shelf, for example, but the chromed plastic push-button knobs on cabinet doors and drawers looked insubstantial. This last glitch is a minor one, however, at least in light of the overall success the Mainship 34 Trawler achieves in terms of styling, construction, and design. Despite a few modest shortcomings, she&#x;s dee-lightful, and maybe even a little inspiring.

Why else would I put the Mustang&#x;s top down and blare the radio the whole circuitous way back to the airport after the test?

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The Boat

Standard Equipment

Bomar foredeck hatch w/Oceanair screen w/shade; Faria instrumentation; Aluminum sliding saloon door, side door, and windshield w/opening center panel; Pioneer AM/FM stereo/CD player; 15" Sole flat-panel TV; Corian countertops; Nova Kool undercounter refrigerator; Delta faucets; GE microwave oven; Seaward Princess electric stove; ITT Jabsco electric MSD w/holding tank; queen berth w/innerspring mattress; 6-gal. Attwood water heater; Racor MA main-engine fuel-water separator; Sea-Fire auto. fire-extinguishing system; Bennett trim tabs

Optional Equipment

Lewmar windlass; 2-burner Seaward Princess propane stove; 8-kW Kohler genset; lower helm station; swim platform; SidePower electric bow thruster; 16,Btu Marine Air A/C; VacuFlush MSD; Tides Marine dripless shaftlog; X-Change-R oil-change system

The Test

Test Boat Specifications

  • Test Engine: 1/hp Yanmar 6LYAM-STP diesel inboard
  • Transmission/Ratio: ZF A/
  • Props: 26x20 5-blade bronze
  • Price as Tested: $,

This article originally appeared in the January issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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Mainship trawler 2006 34

Mainship 34 boats for sale

    Mainship 34

    A powerboat built by Mainship, the 34 is a trawler vessel. Mainship 34 boats are typically used for overnight-cruising and day-cruising. These boats were built with a fiberglass modified-vee; usually with an inboard and available in Diesel.

    Got a specific Mainship 34 in mind?

    There are currently 18 listings available on Boat Trader by both private sellers and professional boat dealers. The oldest boat was built in and the newest model is The starting price is $29,, the most expensive is $,, and the average price of $, Related boats include the following models: Trawler, 34 Trawler and Trawler.

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    2006 34ft Mainship Pilot For Sale Bahamas

    Mainship 34 Trawler

    34' Mainship Overview

    Panacea is a well maintained Mainship 34 with a beautiful blue hull. She features an island queen size berth forward in the master stateroom, a full head with separate enclosed shower stall, bow and stern thrusters and new flybridge enclosure. She is powered by twin Yanmar hp main engines and 8 kw Kohler generator. Panacea is a Great Loop veteran and is outfitted to do it again or other coastal cruising.

    34' Mainship Vessel Walkthrough

    From the swim platform, you walk through the transom door to the covered aft deck and walk forward to the fore deck via either side deck, walk up the molded-in steps to the flybridge or through the cockpit double doors into the salon. Once inside the salon, you will find a sleeper sofa to port with hi\lo coffee\dining table, two cushioned wicker chairs to starboard and the lower helm with a side deck access door starboard forward. Walk forward and step down to find the galley to port, head with enclosed shower to starboard and master stateroom forward. Engine room access is via the hinged lower portion of the flybridge steps in the cockpit.

    34' Mainship Accommodations

    Panacea offers a master stateroom forward with an island queen size berth and direct access to the head with enclosed shower.  The salon sleeper\sofa converts into a double size berth.

    34' Mainship Salon

    The salon offers a sleeper sofa with hi\lo coffee\dining table to port, two cushioned wicker chairs to starboard and lower helm and side deck access door starboard forward. The sole is a marine grade teak and holly vinyl flooring, there are opening side windows with blinds, opening center windshield, double doors to the cockpit with a curtain and roll-away screen door. The salon also features a small fold up desk to starboard aft, a wine cabinet port aft, a stereo with speakers and a large flat screen TV.

    The lower helm features:

    - Uniden QT depth display
    - ACR searchlight control
    - Danforth magnetic compass
    - Sidepower bow and stern thruster controller
    - Trim tab and windlass controls
    - SeaFire engine shutdown override system

    34' Mainship Galley

    The galley is port forward of the salon and features:

    - Haier microwave oven
    - Nova Kool 12vdc\vac refrigerator\freezer
    - Princess ceramic 2-burner electric cooktop
    - Bosch coffee maker
    - Stainless steel sink
    - Corian countertop
    - Storage cabinets
    - Under sole storage compartments
    - Marine grade teak & holly vinyl sole
    - Magma stainless steel BBQ grill on the flybridge

    34' Mainship Dining

    Dining space is available at the salon hi\lo coffee\dining table and the flybridge folding table.

    34' Mainship Stateroom

    The stateroom is forward and offers an island queen size berth, 2 portlights, overhead hatch, hanging locker, storage cabinets and drawers, reading lights, marine grade teak and holly vinyl flooring and direct access to the head with enclosed shower.

    34' Mainship Flybridge

    The flybridge offers a full enclosure, non-skid deck, hinged mast, wrap-around seating and storage to port, bench seat with storage to starboard, folding table, 3 Pompanette helm seats, full helm, Magma stainless steel BBQ grill on the upper aft deck and molded-in steps to the cockpit.

    The flybridge helm features:

    - Raymarine Axiom multi-function display
    - Raymarine autopilot
    - Raymarine ST60+ depth display
    - ICOM VHF marine radio IC-M
    - ACR searchlight control
    - Danforth magnetic compass
    - Sidepower bow and stern thruster controller
    - Trim tab and windlass controls
    - SeaFire engine shutdown override system

    34' Mainship Cockpit

    The covered cockpit offers a transom door to the fiberglass swim platform, non-skid deck, same level access to each side deck, folding boarding steps on each side, shore power connectors, transom storage lockers and a hot/cold fresh water shower.

    34' Mainship Audio/Visual Equipment

    This yacht features the following audio\visual equipment:

    - Flat screen TV in the salon
    - JVC stereo/CD player in the salon
    - JVC stereo/CD player in the master stateroom
    - Clarion stereo on the flybridge
    - JBL interior speakers
    - JL Audio exterior speakers

    34' Mainship Electronics

    This yacht features the following electronics:

    - Raymarine Axiom multi-function display
    - Raymarine autopilot
    - Raymarine ST60+ depth display
    - ICOM VHF marine radio IC-M
    - Uniden QT depth display

    34' Mainship Electrical System

    This yacht features the following electrical equipment:

    - Kohler 8 kw Generator with hours
    - ProMariner Pro-Tech-4 battery charger
    - 2 - 8D Start\House batteries
    - 4D Thruster battery
    - Generator start battery
    - 2 X Charles marine isolation transformers
    - 2 X 30 amp shore cords

    34' Mainship Engine/Mechanical Equipment

    This yacht features the following engine\mechanical equipment:

    - Twin Yanmar 4LHA-STP hp main engines with approximately hours
    - ZF 63A gearboxes
    - ZF electronic engine controls
    - Faria gauges
    - Dripless shaft seals
    - Groco ARGS sea strainers
    - Racor MA fuel filters with vacuum gauges
    - Reverso oil change system
    - Seastar hydraulic steering system
    - Bennett trim tabs
    - 2-zone Marine Air Systems reverse cycle air conditioning/heating system
    - Attwood 6 gallon water heater
    - WalVac central vacuum system

    34' Mainship Deck Equipment

    This yacht features the following deck equipment:

    - Westmarine RIB with 15 hp Mercury outboard
    - Lewmar anchor windlass with foot controls and a remote control at the helm
    - Rocna 33 lb anchor
    - Stainless steel deck hardware
    - Stainless steel sampson post
    - Stainless steel rails
    - Bomar deck hatch
    - Non-skid decks
    - Windshield covers
    - Fiberglass swim platform
    - Hot/cold fresh water shower in the cockpit
    - Hurley swim platform tender davit

    34' Mainship Safety and Fire Protection

    This yacht features the following safety and fire protection equipment:

    - Sea-Fire engine room fire suppression system
    - ACR Searchlight
    - Dual horns
    - Hailer
    - Rule bilge pumps
    - Rule bilge high water alarm
    - Safe-T-Alert carbon monoxide detectors
    - Fire extinguishers
    - Throwable life ring
    - PFDs

    34' Mainship Exclusions

    - Sellers' personal belongings

    34' Mainship 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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