Mainship Trawlers 43 Trawler - Trawler Boat
New 2011 Mainship Trawlers - Trawler
2007 Mainship Trawlers 43 Trawler DescriptionA Lifestyle Redefined Introducing the flagship of Mainship's new generation of trawlers! The 43 Trawler brings a whole different twist to the trawler lifestyle – you can cruise with the efficiency of a traditional trawler or sprint to your destination like a modern express. The aft cockpit and extended bridgedeck provide the perfect places to entertain, with a summer kitchen for griling out. The interior has been designed to spoil a couple in the master stateroom with room for more in the guest cabin/study, plus all the amenities to fit your onboard demands.
- Length Over All: 47 Feet and 9 inches.
- Draft: 3 Feet and 8 inches.
- Beam: 15 Feet and 6 inches.
- Disaplacement: 40000
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 777
- Water Tank Capacity: 200
- Holding Tank Capacity: 56
2007 Mainship Trawlers 43 Trawler Standard Features
Deck, Bridge and Cockpit
Anchor Pulpit with Roller
Bow Rail – Custom 316L Stainless Steel
Cable TV/Telephone Connection
Cleats – Bow, Stern and Spring (2)
Cockpit Shower – Fresh Water (Hot and Cold)
Courtesy Lights – Cockpit, Bridge and Deck
Electronic Controls – Throttle and Shift
Engine Hour Meters
Engine Instrumentation (Upper and Lower)
Tachometer, Voltmeter, Oil Pressure and Temperature Gauges
Flybridge Seating for 6+
Folding Radar Mast
High-performance trawler with luxury interior, user-friendly layout is a lot of boat for the money. Broad 15'6" beam provides spacious interior with two roomy staterooms, fully equipped galley, lower helm with deck door, cherrywood trim. Note tub/shower in head, two-section hanging locker in bow stateroom. Plenty of lounge/entertaining space on large bridge. Big 800-gallon fuel capacity provides excellent range. Aft engineroom is made possible by using V-drive power. Cruise at 18 knots (low 20s top) with Yanmar 440hp diesels.
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