322 Lakeside Dr
322 Lakeside Dr
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.
Priced to sell!
There is plenty of room for seating and relaxing on the bridge. There is even a "Summer Kitchen" option providing a grill, sink and icemaker aft of the centerline helm. Wide molded steps offer safe and secure footing to the covered aft deck. Going forward, there are wide, lighted and recessed walkways with overhead protection leading to the foredeck. A stainless steel Sampson post and dual roller pulpit is perfect for setting the anchor and the optional windlass makes retrieval a snap. All rails, hatches and portlights are now fashioned from 316L stainless steel for easy maintenance and great looks. For 2003, all Mainships, including the new 400, are featuring beautiful cherry wood interiors. All cabinets, drawers and tables are solid cherry and the optional cherry and holly sole is very traditional as well as serviceable. The extended salon includes an Ultra leather sofa, entertainment center with stereo and flat screen TV. A starboard side galley offers a full size, dual voltage refrigerator and freezer, microwave, 3-burner range and oven, and even a coffee maker. Special attention has been given to general and dishware storage and the location for an under counter trash receptacle. To port of the lower station is a full dinette that seats five with a comfortable bench and three chairs. Forward, is a master stateroom with a centerline inner spring queen berth and plenty of hanging, drawer and locker storage. A second stateroom offers two single berths and an optional innovative desk arrangement, and the head, with a separate stall shower is accessible from the master stateroom or the companionway.
THIS IS A ONE OWNER FRESHWATER BOAT
COMMISSIONED IN 2005
· Two helms – bridge and salon
· Chart plotter, auto pilot, radio at each helm
· Economical operation with single Caterpillar (3126) engine and bow thruster
· New bridge canvas purchased two years ago
· Cherry and teak salon floor
|Hull Shape||Deep Vee||Beam||4.32 m|
|Max Draft||1.12 m||Dry Weight||10886.22 kg|
|Engine Make||Caterpillar||Engine Model||3126|
|Engine Year||2003||Fuel Capacity||1135.62 l|
|Length Overall||12.60 m||Cabin Headroom||1.98 m|
|Holding Tank Size||177.91 l||Water Capacity||492.10 l|
|Engine Hours||600||Number of Berths||6|
|Number of Engines||1||Max Bridge Clearance||5.84 m|
SINGLE ENGINE WITH BOW THRUSTER, At 41'4" in overall length, a beam of 14'2" and a full keel for maximum stability underway this 400 is a remarkable seaworthy boat. Powered by a 385HP 3126 Caterpillar diesel which gives the option of a slow cruise speed of 12 knots and a top speed of 13 knots. At a 9 knot cruise speed she is reported to burn an economical 7.9 gallons per hour, 1.3 mpg fuel economy and a potential range of 390 miles.
|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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