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Designed for comfortable coastal cruising, the Mainship 34 Trawler combines a salty profile with sturdy construction and a practical single-stateroom interior. Many will see the 34 as the ideal boat for the cruising coupleeasily handled in tight quarters, easy to maintain, and reasonably easy on the wallet. Built on a semi-displacement hull with a full keel, the galley-down layout of the Mainship 34 results in a notably spacious salon. A serving counter (with two stools) overlooks the galley, and a convertible sleeper-sofa is available to accommodate overnight guests. The U-shaped galley has all the amenities required for preparing meals including generous storage and Corian counters. Forward, the stateroom has a centerline double berth and space for an optional TV, and the double-entry head compartment includes a separate stall shower. Note that a lower helm was optional. On deck, a flybridge overhang shelters the Mainship's wide walkways. Note that the engine room access hatch beneath the flybridge stairway is a tight fit. A single 240hp Yanmar diesel will cruise efficiently at 8 knots (1213 knots top). Twin 315hp Yanmar diesels reach 1618 knots top.