This well maintained Mainship has 922 hours, and all the amenities. Lots of "Comfort spaces" to enjoy your time on the water. This is the ideal boat for a 'Looper' or cruiser.. Spacious salon, with lower deck, Upper helm and large upper deck. This would be an ideal live-aboard boat. This is fresh water only vessel commissioned June of 2001 on Lake St. Clair. She has been at the Erie Yacht Club since 2004 and has three owners since then.
NMEA network backbone
Raymarine Axiom 9
Raymarine Quantam 2 Q24D radar
Generator hours 165
New sound system installed in 2019
|Location||Erie, US, PA|
|Vessel Name||Turn It Up|
|Horsepower||Combined 300 horsepower|
|Draft - max||3.67 ft|
|Bridge Clearance||18.67 ft|
|Dry Weight||22,000 lb|
|Fuel Tank||300 gallon - 1 tank(s)|
|Fresh Water Tank||130 gallon - 1 tank(s)|
|Holding Tank||30 gallon - 1 tank(s)|
The Mainship 390 Trawler blends today's technology with years of experience in crafting thousands of trawlers. Inside the spacious cabin, for example, is a lower helm station that's complete with full instrumentation and a windshield equipped with wipers and washers. The salon features warm teak highlighted by designer fabrics, a stereo, and opening windows with screens. Deck access is made easy for shorthanded cruising with a starboard helm sliding door. There is also a large screened sliding door to the cockpit. The 390 Trawler's galley is equipped for cruising or entertaining with a range, an oven, a microwave, a full-size refrigerator, an oversize sink, abundant cabinets and Corian countertops. The large master stateroom has a center island bed, cedar-lined hanging lockers, an opening portlight and hatch, and again more storage. For guests, a second stateroom features twin berths along with a hanging locker, storage, an opening hatch and a portlight. And finally, the easy cleaning, molded fiberglass head offers a built-in vanity, a shower, an electric marine toilet, an opening hatch, a portlight and a mirror. The power to travel is provided by a standard single diesel or optional twins. Both include freshwater cooling, an engine alarm system and a standard fire extinguisher system. To make docking easier, a bow thruster is standard on single engine boats and optional on boats with twin powerplants. On the flybridge there is a large area for entertaining or lounging, seating for more than six, and a drop-leaf table. The center helm has great visibility, full instrumentation and plenty of room for electronics (note the radar mast). This deck is reached by a wide, molded stairway with a full handrail. Access forward to the anchor is protected by a high bulwark and a walk-around deck. In the cockpit there is more than ample storage with deep wells and a lazarette.