A bigger and better cruiser with easy access and plenty of room for the kids The Mainship 350 Trawler has quite a heritage to live up to. Back in the 1970s, when OPEC shut off the oil supply, boatbuilders responded with fuel-efficient, displacement- hulled yachts for long-range cruising. Some resembled commercial fishing boats of the Pacific Northwest, known as trollers, and some looked a bit like the East Coast boats that pulled shrimp trawls. Thar was close enough, and the new genre of no-nonsense pleasure craft came to be known as trawlers.
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