Mark Cameron Yachts

Mainship 390 Trawler

£97,000

Spacious trawler yacht with two double cabins


Overview

Available

Lying: North Ayrshire, United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelMainship 390 Trawler
NameARGYLL SUNDOWNER
Year1998
CategoryPower
Sale StatusAvailable
Price£97,000
LyingNorth Ayrshire, United Kingdom
Reference2099596

Specifications

LOA12.12m
Beam4.32m
Draft1.12m
Displacement9988kg
Hull ConstructionGRP Semi-Displacement

Propulsion

EngineTwin Volvo Penta TAMD 41P 200HP at 3,800RPM 6 cylinder, turbo charged, intercooled, indirectly cooled. Volvo Penta hydraulic reversing marine gearbox.
Engine Hours1800
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity1135l

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity490l

Description

A purposeful looking boat the high bulwarks and heavily flared forward hull sections make the Mainship 390 Trawler instantly recognisable. With a ‘cods head’ hull shaped she carries her maximum beam well forward creating a shoulder with her flared bow creating an easier motion in a sea way whilst repelling much of the spray. A comfortable displacement cruiser she will comfortably cruise at 8kts. The accommodation provides comfortable living for two couples with two double cabins. Her interior design with an open plan saloon using moveable items of furniture was arguably well ahead of its time on the late 90’s.
ARGYLL SUNDOWNER is a nicely presented example of the class which has been well maintained and benefits from recent upgrading. Offered for sale afloat and ready to go her inventory highlights include:

Hull freshly antifouled July 2021

Twin Volvo Penta TAMD 41P marine diesel engines with dual control stations
Bow and Stern thursters
Dolphin 4KVa, 230VAC generator
Victron 230VAC – 12VDC battery chargers
Mastervolt 12VDC – 230VAC invertor
Raymarine E120W and E90W displays showing radar/plotter
Raymarine Dragonfly 7 plotter/CHIRP downvision fishfinder (2018)
Digital Yacht AIS2000 (2020)
New flybridge canvass work fitted in 2017
Inflatable dinghy


Lying on her berth in Largs the Mainship 390 ARGYLL SUNDOWNER is available for viewing strictly by prior appointment.

CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:

Single piece GRP moulded hull
Traditional hand consolidated laminate using chopped strand and woven glass cloth
GRP formed structural members laminated as part of hull
GRP formed engine beds forming longitudinal stringers as part of hull
Plywood bulkheads glassed to hull
Original white gelcoat finish with blue boot topping
Blue antifouling applied to hull, July 2021
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
GRP moulded deck incorportating raised bulwarks, coachroof and deck house superstructure and self draining cockpit.
GRP moulded flybridge roof.
GRP moulded non-slip texture panels to finish side decks, cockpit and flybridge roof
Original white gelcoat finish.
Keel & Rudder:
Long central keel, terminating forward of propellors.
Twin stainless steel plate rudders

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Twin Volvo Penta TAMD 41P
200HP at 3,800RPM
6 cylinder, turbo charged, intercooled, indirectly cooled.
Volvo Penta hydraulic reversing marine gearbox.
Lower helm station with RPM, Oil Pressure, Coolant Temperature, Volt Meter and fuel tank gauges
Racor fuel filters for both engines
Dual station, dual lever engine controls
HMI exhaust temperature alarm, alarm units at both helm stations
Maintenance & Performance:
Oil and impellors replaced Augusr 2020, approximately 25 hours run since
Recorded engine running hours approximately 1800 hours
Cruising speed 8kts
Max Speed 15kts.
Generator:
Dolphin 4KVa generator
Sound insulated pod mounted beneath cokpit sole
525 running hours recorded
Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel prop shafts
Flexibly mounts packing type sternglands
Rope cutters
Hydraulic, dual station steering system
Emergency tiller
Thrusters:
Sidepower bow thruster with dual station controls, mounted in tunnel (2018)
Vetus stern thruster with dual station controls, transom mounted (2019)
Autopilot:
Autohelm ST5000+ control head at lower and flybridge helm stations
Raymarine hydraulic drive system with 12VDC pump
Trim Tabs:
Bennett trim tab system
Dual station, rocker switch type controls

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power / generator supply
Shore Power:
Dual 32amp shore power connection points
Single extension lead to connect to shore power supply
Dual 230VAC circuits with independent supplys and RCD protection
Voltmeter, Ammeter and polarity indicator for both circuits
Ring main, water heater, battery charger, microwave, coffee maker, kettle and toaster.
Battery Banks:
Engine Batteries – 3x 12VDC
Domestic Batteries – 1x 12VDC
Bow Thruster Batteries - 2x 12VDC
Stern Thurster Batteries – 2x 12VDC
Alternator:
Single engine driven alternator on each engine
Each alternator outputting 12VDC, 60AMP
Battery Charger:
Main Battery Charger – Victron Phoenix 12/50. 230VA-12VDC
Stern Thurster Battery Charger - Victron Blue Smart Charger 12/17. 230VAC – 12VDC. (2020)
Invertor:
Mastervolt Mass 12/1200
12VDC-230VAC sine wave
Battery Monitor:
Mastervolt BATMAN display
General:
ACR remote control searchlight, controls at both helm stations (2018)
12V Auxiluary sockets in saloon and forward cabin

PLUMBING

Fresh Water:

Pressurised hot and cold water system.
Mixer taps in galley and heads
Shower head in heads
Deck shower aft
Deck wash system
Bilge Pumps:
Electric bilge pump – 3 pumps all with manual and auto switching

TANKAGE

Fuel:

Two diesel tanks
Approximate capacity 1135ltrs
Fresh Water:
Single fresh water tank.
Approximate capacity 490ltrs

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

Flybridge:

Autohelm ST80 Masterview displaying : SOG, wind, depth and coarse heading
Plotter/Radar – E90W display with Raymarine digital radar scanner
Magnetic Compass
Below Decks:
Autohelm ST80 Masterview displaying : SOG, wind, depth and coarse heading
Plotter 1 – Raymarine Dragonfly 7 plotter/CHIRP down vision fishfinder (2018)
Plotter/Radar – Raymarine E120W display with Raymarine digital radar scanner
Magnetic Compass
Communications Equipment:
AIS – Digital Yacht AIS2000 system (2020). Displays on both Raymarine displays
DSC VHF – Simrad RS87 with dual control stations (2018)
Navtex – ICS NAV4 Navtex Plus
Stainless Steel Horns, activated from either helm station (2018)

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Corrian worktop
Single large stainless steel sink with mixer tap
Galley Stove – Princess 3 burner and oven gas cooker, chopping board to fit over cooker top.
Microwave Oven – Electrolux Compact 600W
Fridge/Freezer – Large front opening type unit, fridge on top, freezer below, 230VAC / 12VDC.
Coffee Maker
Kettle
Toaster
Heads:
Electric flushing marine toilet
Mixer tap and wash hand basin
Dedicated shower head and shower stall
Heating & Ventilation:
Diesel fired blow air heating system
Thermostatic cabin controller
Outlets in saloon, heads and cabins
Lighting:
LED downlighters throughout accommodation space, bulbs all replaced 2020
Reading lights in way of bunks
Courtesy lighting on steps to fly bridge
Entertainment:
Hitachi flat screen TV in saloon
CD/Radio head unit
Speakers for radio in saloon only
General:
Insulated window and portlight coverings, fitting inside windows, preventing excess condensation if living aboard in winter (2020)

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Two double cabins
Single heads with en-suite access to forward cabin
Galley
Helm station
Open plan saloon with moveable furnishings
Accommodation Finish:
Joinery work of teak veneered ply wood with solid teak trims
Corrian worktop in galley
Corrian counter tops in saloon
Mould GRP headlining with inlaid carpet covered panels
Fitted carpet on soles throughout interior
Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:

Double cabin with en-suite heads access.
Double bunk located centrally forward, with counters at bunk level outboard forward.
Storage units with shelved and hanging lockers aft port and starboard with counter top above.
Drawer storage beneath aft end of bunk.
Opening portlights port and starboard
Opening deck hatch
Heads:
To starboard side of passageway forward.
Jack’n’Jill access from from passageway or forward cabin.
Inboard facing electric marine toilet mounted outboard forward.
Counter top wrapping around heads with inset wash handbasin aft, vanity locker outboard.
Large top loading locker outboard of heads
Shower stall with folding screen aft, moulded seat in shower stall outboard.
Opening portlight outboard
Opening deck hatch
Port Cabin:
Double cabin with double berth running aft.
Standing room forward of bunk.
Storage locker with shelves outboard forward, counter top.
Shelves on bulkhead above bunk.
Opening portlight outboard
Opening deck hatch
Deck house:
Large open plan space with movable furniture
Galley located to port side forward, L-shaped worktop.
Helm station forward to starboard
Sliding door outboard of helm, providing access to starboard side deck
Counter top running aft of galley to port with flatscreen TV above and storage below, lockers overhead.
Three movable bucket type armchairs with foot rests beneath.
Height adjustable saloon table on mobile base, table top re-veneered with curlew as central feature (2021)
Corrian counter top nav station aft to starboard side of doors to cockpit
Locker below nav station
Central forward window opens
Large locker accessible through floor below helm station
Access to engine space by lifting saloon floor
Galley:
L-shaped worktop forward to port.
Stainless steel sink mounted forward.
Worktop outboard forward
Gas cooker built into worktop aft with corrian splash back above.
Fridge and microwave built into unit aft.
Locker overhead with coffee maker built in
Selection of drawers and lockers beneath worktop
Helm:
Forward to starboard
Movable swivelling helm seat
Wooden spoked steering wheel with wooden rim
Dashboard with engine gauges forward
Dual level engine controls outboard of dash
Controls for thruster and trim tabs
Plotter displays mounted forward

DECK EQUIPMENT

Deck Layout:

Moulded bulwarks with walk around side decks
Solid alloy guard rail running around top of bulwark and forming forward pulpit rail
Short GRP bowsprit extending forward with single bow roller built-in
Windlass mounted on plinth aft of bowsprit with chain storing in locker beneath accessible from hatch aft of windlass
Wooden samson post mounted aft of windlass
Stainless steel mooring cleats mount on gunwales forward and midships
Stainless steel samson post on quarter aft
Cockpit aft spanning full beam of boat.
Warp storage lockers built into gunwales on transom.
Lazzarette locker beneath cockpit forward
Access to steering compartment below cockpit aft
Walk-through transom with GRP moulded door.
Bathing platform aft which dinghy stows over on weaver snap davits
GRP moulded steps to access flybridge to starboard of sliding door to wheelhouse
Flybridge layout:
Moulded coaming forward, wrapping around to form helm station
Centrally mounted helm station forward with swivelling helm seat
Stainlesss steel wheel with engine dash forward.
Dual lever engine controls outboard of wheel
Bench seats outboard of helm seat port and starboard
Fixed table with pull out leaves port and starboard
Fixed alloy grab rail wrapping around aft end of flybridge
Alloy grabrail wrapping around steps access with outboard storage bracket mounted on rail.
Alloy mast with antennas, lights and radar scanner mounted on
Canvas Work:
Bimini cover for flybridge (2017)
Zip in forward, side and aft panels for Bimini to create tent
Low level wind screen for guard rail around flybridge
Cover with zip out access panel fitted over access steps
Zip-in panels fitting around cockpit to create full cockpit enclosure
Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – Bruce anchor on chain rode
Electric Windlass – Lewmar windlass with controls on foredeck and flybridge
Selection of mooring warps
Selection of fenders
Tender:
Inflatable dinghy, hard transom, slat floor.
Stowing on bathing platform on weaver snap davits with fixed length stainless steel stays
General:
Hozelock expandable hose (2021)
Boathook x2
Deck Brush x2

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Life saving:
Stainless steel liferaft cradle on flybridge (raft out of service)
Seago MOB rescue sling
Gas Alarm
Radar reflector mounted on antenna mast

DISCLAIMER
In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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