This Trawler is new to the market and ready to go to her new owners. With lots of extras, a Perkins Diesel engine, fully enclosed flybridge, Red Dot plus electric heating, electric windlass, Westerbeke 4kw Generator, swimstep and dinghy. An economical cruiser for Northwest waters.
The Mainship 34 Motor Cruiser is one of the most popular small sedans ever built. She is constructed on a solid fiberglass semi displacement hull design with a deep forefoot, slightly rounded bilges, and a full length keel. With the single 165 Perkins, she will do 10-11 knots while burning about 6 GPH. At 7.6k, fuel consumption drops to about 2 GPH.
This Trawler is outfitted with a Perkins Diesel with 3100 hours.
- Double Racor Filters, 2 Micron
- SS Exhaust Elbow
- Fresh Water Tanks: (3) Plastic 130 Gallons Total
- Fuel Tanks: (2) Aluminum 220 Gallons Total
- Holding Tank: (1) Plastic 30 Gallons
Hull and Living Areas Insulated with Reflectix Insulation.
- 12/110 Volt Systems
- 50’ Shore Power
- (4) House Batteries
- Battery Monitor
- Corrosion Control System
- 2007 Westerbeke 4k Genset with Sound Enclosure (250 hours)
- Epoxy Bottom
- SS Railings
- Powder Coated Radar Mast
- (1) 33 lb. Bruce Anchor with Ample Chain and Rode, (2) Back-Up Anchors
- Red Dot Heat on Flybridge
- Full Bridge Enclosure
Forward is a large v-berth arrangement with filler. Going aft and to starboard is the head and separate stall shower. Across from the head is a u-shaped galley. Up and aft is a well laid out salon with the lower steering station to starboard. To port is a large settee that converts to a bed. Going aft through a glass sliding door is a large cockpit with plenty of room for lounging or fishing.
The same owners have owned Trombo for over 15 years and cruised extensively from the South Sound to the Canadian San Juans. The previous owner had her for 10 years and cruised as far North as Desolation Sound and Princess Louisa. They were founding members of the NW Mainship Owner’s Association, and he was a moderator for the Mainship Group, providing technical advice. The original owner had her for 9 years cruising in fresh water 6 months/year and stored her on land the rest of the year in a climate controlled shed in Connecticut. Maintenance/upgrade records are available back to 1991. Original Perkins manuals are also available.
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.
18779 Front Street
Poulsbo, WA 98370