When this boat came to market a year ago she was the lowest hour and best conditioned boat available and she remains so today with upgrades. Only available due to a change in cruising couples personal plans. Come see the best. Still the most popular looper out there, she awaits her new owners.
The 390 Mainship is a comfortable, safe fast trawler with classic lines and a good turn of speed. With her single Cat diesel she can cruise 9 knots burning 8 gallons for great range and economy. Max speed is 12 knots to get one home on time. She features both a functioning lower helm with great visibility and side door to starboard, as well as a flybridge helm. Main salon is entered from her roomy cockpit via sliding glass door. Large opening side windows along with the full beam windshield make for a very open airy feeling with good ventilation and natural lighting. Beautiful teak and holly sole with the neutral tan sofa with storage and teak paneling are classic. Cruising galley is up to port with entertainment area that features a slide out for TV with storage behind. There is a floating salon dining/coffee table to starboard. Lower helm with full sliding door to starboard allows Captain to assist in line handling and added visibility.
The cruising galley is forward to port and has all the amenities for extended cruising and entertaining. Appliances include a 3 burner Princess electric stove and oven, a 12/110V Nova-Cool refrigeration with lower freezer, microwave oven, new Raritan ice maker, and coffee maker. Galley features include stainless steel sink, hot and cold water and Corian countertops.
Master stateroom is forward with centerline walk around berth, private head access and storage lockers. Overhead opening hatch allows for natural ventilation and light.
Down to port mid-ship is the guest stateroom with twin berths, storage below, standing headroom and large hanging locker. With the addition of a custom folding desk, this stateroom becomes a navigation station or office.
The single head is down to starboard with separate shower stall, electric toilet, vanity, and sink. Other features include a large round mirror and overhead opening hatch for better ventilation.
Lower helm is forward in salon to starboard. A sliding Captains door adjoins the station for easy access to starboard deck for docking and mooring. Large windshields provide excellent visibility from lower helm.
The forward and side decks were designed for safety and comfort in mind. Easily traveled fore and aft the decks have high coamings and handrails. The bow area is open and functional for line handling and anchor retrieval. A full railed bow pulpit features electric anchor windlass and roller. Another feature is (2) 30 amp shore inlets one bow and one aft with freshwater inlets. The aft cockpit offers exceptional lounging space for entertaining or relaxing as well as a fishing platform. A large center transom door gives great access to the swim platform and swim ladder. This configuration works well with floating docks. There are also rod holders and hot and cold freshwater shower. Molded stairway to flybridge is to starboard with secure handrail makes for safe sure footing in any seaway.
Anchor pulpit with roller, Delta Plow anchor with 25' of chain and 250' of rope rode, Fortress secondary anchor with chain and rope rode, Lewmar electric anchor windlass, anchor wash down, bow and stern, electric spotlight, (4) fenders, (2) fender holders, (2) boat hooks, dock lines, Coast Guard equipped PFD's, flares, horn, rail throwable, hailer, searchlight, stern boarding ladder.
The flybridge and upper deck are easily accessed from stairway and offer even more versatility for getting comfortable aboard. Forward is the flybridge seating area with two long opposing bench seats and a double leaf table to center. Perfect for lounging underway or entertaining. The aft upper deck supports the aluminum radar mast with (2) 50 watt adjustable spreader lights and radar array. This area can easily convert to additional seating or storage.
Bimini top flybridge, full bridge cover, helm cover, windlass and spotlight and hailer covers, (3) hatch covers exterior, (3) interior hatch covers, (5) sunscreens front windows, front windshield cover solid.
Garmin 7610 color GPS Chart Plotter, Raymarine ST7000 Plus Auto Pilot, RaymarineST60 Tridata Depth, Speed and Log, VHF fix mounted Radio Simrad RS35 with dual RX AIS, Handheld ICOM VHF transceiver, Standard Horizon HX870 handheld VHF/FM transceiver with GPS, Richie compass both stations. Clarion stereo RF remote and switchable speakers bridge, cockpit, salon, master. 2 Toshiba flat screen TV's. Digital 12v TV antenna.
12v and 120v systems with dual 30 amp inlets forward and aft. Kohler 8KW generator with (475) hours. Xantrex Prowatt 3000 inverter designated to operate starboard and port outlets to include ice maker, refrigerator/freezer, microwave and coffee maker. Blue Sea Systems battery monitor. (4) 8D Glass Mate batteries, (1) group 31 Glass Mate generator battery, (2) 30 amp shore power cords, (1) 50 amp cord and (1) 50/30 splitter. Sentry battery charger, (3) carbon monoxide monitors, distribution panel, AC/DC outlets on the aft deck, AC outlet in engine room, multiple 12v and 120v lights and outlets.
Caterpillar 3126 300 hp Diesel FWC 435 hours, (2) Racor 1000 fuel filters switchable, Primer pump, Auto oil change system X-Change, Dripless shaft log, Bennet trim tabs, Sea Star hydraulic steering, fire suppression system for engine room.
Side Power bow thruster with joystick control both stations.
*Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.