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Mainship Boats for Sale There are 3 yachts.

  • 47' MAINSHIP AFT CABIN MOTOR YACHT (1990)

    47' MAINSHIP AFT CABIN MOTOR YACHT (1990) SOLD

    Introduced in 1990, the Mainship 47 was of the least expensive motor yachts in her class during her production years. With her distinctive appearance (note the unusual window treatment and aggressive bridge overhang), the Mainship 47 is a contemporary motoryacht design that came with a good deal of standard equipment. SOLD BY SALES AGENT EDDY RIENER Photos and description courtesy: Mainship Yachts, Powerboat Guide

    Introduced in 1990, the Mainship 47 was of the least expensive motor yachts in her...

    Introduced in 1990, the Mainship 47 was of the least expensive motor yachts in her class during her production years. With her distinctive appearance (note the unusual window...

    $99,900.00
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  • 40' MAINSHIP 400 TRAWLER (2003)
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    40' MAINSHIP 400 TRAWLER (2003)

    There is plenty of room for seating and relaxing on the bridge. There is even a "Summer Kitchen" option providing a grill, sink and icemaker aft of the centerline helm. Wide molded steps offer safe and secure footing to the covered aft deck. Going forward, there are wide, lighted and recessed walkways with overhead protection leading to the foredeck. A stainless steel Sampson post and dual roller pulpit is perfect for setting the anchor and...

    There is plenty of room for seating and relaxing on the bridge. There is even a "Summer...

    There is plenty of room for seating and relaxing on the bridge. There is even a "Summer Kitchen" option providing a grill, sink and icemaker aft of the centerline helm. Wide...

    $209,000.00
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  • 34' MAINSHIP 34 PILOT EXPRESS (2000)
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    34' MAINSHIP 34 PILOT EXPRESS (2000)

    The Mainship 34 Pilot is an enlarged version of the hugely popular Mainship 30 Pilot, a handsome Downeast cruiser introduced by Mainship in 1998. Where the 30 is essentially a dayboat, the larger interior of the 34 provides the volume required for extended cruising. Well-appointed accommodations consist a roomy main salon with galley and convertible dinette, enclosed head with shower, and a single stateroom forward with bi-fold privacy door....

    The Mainship 34 Pilot is an enlarged version of the hugely popular Mainship 30 Pilot, a...

    The Mainship 34 Pilot is an enlarged version of the hugely popular Mainship 30 Pilot, a handsome Downeast cruiser introduced by Mainship in 1998. Where the 30 is essentially a...

    $109,000.00
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The history of the Luhrs Corporation dates back to the 1830's with a German immigrant by the name of Henry Luhrs. He became involved in the marine trade supplying ships in New York City. He eventually owned his own chandlery and even his own ship, The Sophia R. Luhrs. His grandson, another Henry, shared the same love of the sea and continued the family heritage by building and repairing boats on the New Jersey coast.

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The history of the Luhrs Corporation dates back to the 1830's with a German immigrant by the name of Henry Luhrs. He became involved in the marine trade supplying ships in New York City. He eventually owned his own chandlery and even his own ship, The Sophia R. Luhrs. His grandson, another Henry, shared the same love of the sea and continued the family heritage by building and repairing boats on the New Jersey coast.

About 100 years after his grandfather started his business, the younger Henry opened his; a small yard in Morgan, New Jersey. From these humble beginnings sprang a vibrant and thriving business called the Henry Luhrs Sea Skiff Company. As the business grew, Henry's sons, John and Warren became involved and soon the company was producing over 1,200 boats a year. In 1965, Bangor Punta, a huge timber conglomerate made Henry an offer too good to refuse and the company was sold.

The brothers, John and Warren, soon struck out on their own and formed Silverton Marine Corporation, the first of the Luhrs Marine Group of companies. Under the guidance of their father, the brothers were very successful. Warren, being an accomplished sailor knew they could adapt their building philosophy to sailboats and Hunter Marine was incorporated in 1973. Hunter is now known as the largest sailboat builder in North America.

The international fuel-crisis gave a huge wake-up call to boat builders, and John and Warren saw opportunity in building an economical, single diesel cruising boat that a family could afford. Mainship Corporation was formed in 1977 and soon outgrew the existing facilities. A new plant was built in Marlboro, NJ and was home to Mainship until 1992 when it was moved to St. Augustine, FL. Over 1200 of the traditionally styled cruisers were built before Mainship began building a European inspired line of cruisers in 1988. The new boat line did well for several years, but Mainship’s real destiny was to return to the trawlers that made them famous. In 1994, the first new Trawler, a 35’ sedan was introduced and the market accepted the new breed with enthusiasm. Today, Mainship Corporation is the leading manufacturer of production trawlers building 6 different models with many more on the drawing boards. Production is split between the St. Augustine facility it shares with the reacquired Luhrs Corporation and a new facility in Midway, GA.

Today, Mainship, along with its sister companies in the Luhrs Marine Group, is an employee ownership company. This means that all employees want to share in the success of creating value and satisfaction for all the Mainship owners for years to come.

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Mainship Pilot 30

Mainship 30 Pilot

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After building hundreds of Alura“ boats in the eighties and nineties – way before the so-called Picnic Boats, we knew exactly what the customer wanted in a down east, inboard boat. Whether you are cruising the Chesapeake, San Juan’s or the Abacos prop protection is very important. The Pilot® 30 II carries a modified skeg and full sandshoe to provide excellent protection, but also real performance. Now available with diesel options from 220 HP up to 315 HP, the Pilot® 30 II offers a full range of power to cover all your needs. The hull has been modified slightly to make the most of the power increase, but still retains the sea keeping capability that our owners love. Whether you fish, dive or cruise, the Pilot 30 II is designed to do it all. Rod holders, dive racks or extra coolers, the wide cockpit will hold them all. The standard transom door will help in landing the big ones or stepping ashore, and the helm is ready for all your electronics.

Overall Length: 33'1"
Length Less Pulpit & Platform: 30'0"
Beam: 10'3"
Draft: 2'6"
Headroom: 6'3"
Sleeping Capacity: 2
Fuel Capacity: 175gal
Water Capacity: 40gal
Holding Tank: 13gal

Although we're licensed to sell you ANY YACHT IN THE WORLD, here is the inventory of Mainship yachts available for purchase in Southern California. Of course, these aren't our exclusive listings, but feel free to find the boat you'd like to see, and we'll be more than happy to help you buy her! We're the #1 brokerage for representing buyers on brokerage yachts in Southern California. If the boat you're looking for isn't here, give us a call. We can search the worldwide MLS to discover your dream yacht.

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