March 202 Survey is available.
Recognized for one of the best trawler designs on the market, the M390 is a thrifty, low maintenance coastal cruiser, with a nice turn of speed.
Caterpillar 3126 300 hp Diesel with 450 hours, Rebuilt in 2019 with approximately 12 hours since the rebuild. Oil Change System. Bow Thruster and Stern Thruster.
Low maintenance exterior [no teak], Canvas Enclosure on Flybridge, Dinghy Davits and Lift System, Electric Windlass.
Chartplotter, Radar, Fishfinder, Knotmeter, VHF.
Heat and Air Conditioning, Diesel Generator with 39 hours, 4D Batteries, Shore Power, TV, Stereo.
Large Flybridge, Aft Deck with Swim Platform, beautiful Salon with convertible Sofa and TV, Galley space with Standup Fridge, Propane Stove and Oven, Microwave and Coffee Maker, Master Cabin forward with second cabin aft to port. Large Head with Shower.
Forward Cabin with Island bed, storage lockers and en-suite access to the head.
To Port, a second private cabin features twin guest berths. Opposite there is a full head with electric toilet and enclosed shower stall. Galley up layout with the main salon adjacent, featuring 360 degree views.
Fitted with teak cabinetry and appointments, she is outfitted with a convertible sofa, TV and Stereo system, built-in coffee maker, upright refrigerator, propane stove with oven and microwave.
A tall, secure bow rail extends aft beyond midships and has two custom opening gates for easy dockside access.
The swim platform, transom door and swim ladder lead in from the water, dock or dinghy.
Upper and lower helm stations provide added safety and convenience. A deck access door is starboard at the lower helm. The flybridge is safely accessed by a stairway with secure handrail.
The upper deck extends well over the aft cockpit, giving secure, usable space above while providing cover for the aft deck. A canvas system encloses the stanchion rails around the perimeter.
Caterpillar 3126 300hp Diesel Inboard [Rebuilt 2019]
Wireless Remote for Thrusters
Oil Exchange System
Heat and Air Conditioning
2 8D House Batteries [these also power the bow thruster]
Stern Thruster Battery
2 30amp Shore Power Services
TV with Antenna
Three Bilge Pumps
Fire Extinguisher Syatem
Lower Helm has
Upper Helm has
VHF Radio with Remote Mic
Low Maintenance No Teak Exterior
Dinghy Davits with Lift System
Bow Rail Gates
Full Canvas Enclosure on Flybridge
Canvas Windshield Covers
4 Person Evacuation Raft
Anchor, Chain and Rode
Fenders and Docklines
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 color television and VCR, 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 with freshwater cooling, an engine alarm system and a standard fire extinguisher system. To make docking easier, a bow thruster is standard.
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.