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Mainship 36Dc 1986
1986 Mainship 36Dc
Mainship 36DC (36â€™ Dual Cabin) â€“ Lots of recent upgrades. Used often to cruise the barrier islands. Dual stations. One on flying bridge and one in salon. Can accommodate 8-10. Has forward berth, convertible dinette and fold out couch in salon. Double Bed in master suite. Two heads with two showers. One forward and one in master suite. Two A/Câ€™s. Fully self contained. Motor home on the water. Very economical to operate. Recent Upgrades: rebuilt toilets, replaced macerator pumps, replaced shower pumps, replaced A/C pump. New electronics. Dingy included. Boat can be seen at Singing River Yacht Club in Pascagoula, MS. Slip #25. Asking $ 27,500. Serious inquires only. Specifications â€¦ Length: 36â€™2â€ Width: 13â€™ Draft: 2â€™2â€ Power: Twin Gas Crusader 270â€™s w/ 1600 Hours Generator: 12 KW Kohler Fuel: 240 Gallons Water: 100 Gallons Headroom: 6â€™4â€ Hull Type: Semi Displacement Electronics: From Brochure â€¦ The Mainship 36 Double Cabin was introduced in 1984 at a time when aft-cabin motor cruisers under 40 feet were enjoy- ing a good deal of popularity. Aside from her conservative styling, what set the Mainship 36 apart from competitive models was an easily driven, semi-displacement hull designed for efficient low- speed operation while retaining the ability to run at higher plan- ing speeds. The belowdecks accommodations are arranged with the galley and dinette down a few steps from the salon. A lower helm was standard in the salon, and a walkaround double berth is located in the full-beam aft stateroom. With both the dinette and salon sofa converted, the Mainship will sleep eightâ€”not bad for a 36-foot boat. (In 1985, the original teak interior was replaced with light oak woodwork.) Topside, the flybridge is set up with the helm forward and guest seating aft, and thereâ€™s room on the full- width afterdeck for a few pieces of deck furniture. With just 270hp Crusader gas engines, the Mainship 36 delivers a relatively good turn of speed. Sheâ€™ll cruise at 14â€“15 knots and reach a top speed in the low 20s. Note that she was called the Nantucket 36 Double Cabin in 1987.
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