Manufacturer Provided Description
The Mainship Pilot 34 has the seakeeping abilities of the lobster boats it has descended from. It has a steep plumb bow and a gentle rise of the sheer; both of these qualities give the Pilot 34 the ability to cut through head seas, while the rounded forward hull sections provide a soft entry. Flatter sections aft increase lift for speed and economy, and the deep full keel with a complete sand shoe gives stability and protection from grounding. In the cockpit, the Pilot 34 has double-wide helm and companion seats flanking the large hydraulically-assisted engine access hatch. The side lounges can double as berths with the removable backrests. A tilt-up console means easy access to electronics and wiring, and there is a built-in insulated cooler box as well as a standard transom door. Below, the cabin has a large head complete with Corian covered vanity, lots of storage, a shower, and even a VacuFlush head. The teak-trimmed galley offers plenty of storage, ample Corian counter space, a microwave, a dual cooktop, and a refrigerator and freezer. There is even a slide-out pantry for convenience. The large dinette easily converts to a double berth and includes plenty of storage. A color TV - VCR is standard and is easily viewed from the private forward stateroom, galley or dinette on its swivel system. Forward in the stateroom, hanging lockers and drawers will swallow gear for the weekend or a month. Extra-long innerspring berths guarantee a great night's sleep.
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370 HP Yanmar Diesel Engine; Bright white gel coated hull and swim platform; Navy blue boot stripe; White deck and cockpit; Navy Blue Sunbrella bimini top and cockpit ; Custom navy exterior seating w/ gold & burgundy stripes; Custom Flag Blue forward v-berth cover; Custom Brisa Golden ultra leather interior seating; Ocean Aire deck hatch screen and shade combo; 15" Flat screen TV with stereo, CD and DVD player; Webasto FCF Air Conditioner with reverse cycle heating; Bow thruster with black bottom paint (single engine only); Generator with sound shield; Dripless shaft log(s); Lounge seat backrests; Oil exchanger system; Radar arch; Stainless steel bow cover; Stainless steel aft Hawse pipe chafe rope guards.
Electronics and Navigation
- Garmin ECHOmap UHD 74CV Chart Plotter
- Raymarine RL70C Radar - Not Working
- Raymarine Tri Data - Weak Screen
- Raymarine ST6001 Auto Pilot and Rudder Angle Indicator - Works Intermittently
- Standard Horizon Qwest VHF Radio
- Side Power Bow Thruster
- Danforth Compass
- Lewmar Windlass Remote Controller
- Faria® Tachometer and Engine Guages
- Sea Fire™ Suppression System Controls
- Bennett Trim Tab Controls
- Morse Single Throw Shift/Throttle
- Navy Blue Sunbrella® Custom Helm Cover
Powered by a single Yanmar 6LYPA-STP 370 horsepower diesel engine. The tachometer was replaced at 714 original hours and the new replacement has since logged 67.8 hours of operation for a total operational time of 781.8 hours. All manufacturer scheduled maintenance has been performed and recorded in the ship's log. All manuals are maintained onboard
Deck & Hull
Overall deck and hull are white with Navy Blue Accents stripes and a complete canvas package. The canvas includes a large Sunbrella® Bimini top with eisenglass side curtains with u-shaped zipper providing the ability to roll up the unzipped portion for ventilation. There is also a "Camper Top" or rear Bimini which attaches at the rear of the forward Bimini creating one continuous top from the windshield aft to the transom. There is also a fitted custom "Drop Curtain" at the rear of the forward Bimini portion providing the ability to enclose the forward cockpit and helm area from weather. This curtain has eisenglass on the top portion and solid Sunbrella® at the lower portion.
The foredeck is fitted with three stainless steel hatches. Two smaller port and starboard to provide additional ventilation to the cabin space and the third is a large hatch over the stateroom intended for emergency egress as well as ventilation. At the bow pulpit there is an electric windlass with a Fortress® Aluminum anchor and windlass foot controls to the port side of the centerline. A stainless steel bow rail wraps the entire bow providing addition safety. A single trumpet electric horn is mount at the aft portion of the foredeck on the starboard side. A custom fabricated aluminum radar arch provides plenty of space for a variety of antennas and a rod holder or two. There are stainless steel hawse pipes at the transom port and starboard along with chafe plates covering the corners of the gunwale.
All exterior seating surfaces have been reupholstered with Sunbrella® exterior fabric in navy blue with a series of fine pin stripes. Generous storage beneath the port and starboard bench seats aft of the helm seat and companion bench seat. Engine room access is through a large deck hatch between the two rear bench seats.
Generous space with the engine space gives you plenty of space to perform routine maintenance. Easy access to all filters and pumps. the Next Gen generator is in the rear portion of this space and is incased in a sound shield.
The full beam swim platform is accessed through the port side transom door and is equipped wit a telescoping folding stainless steel ladder.
Webasto Reverse Cycle 16K BTU unit installed May 2015
Repairs and Maintenance by Date
- 02/04/15 New Canvas
- 02/04/15 Engine Service (399 Hours)
- 02/23/15 Generator Repair
- 03/27/15 New Battery
- 05/10/15 Bottom Maintenance including paint
- 05/13/15 New Air Conditioning
- 01/31/17 Macerator Pump Replaced
- 03/27/17 Engine Service (500 Hours)
- 05/26/17 New Raw Water Pump
- 11/01/17 Fresh Bottom Paint (595 Hours)
- 05/19/18 Replaced A/C Thru Hull Ball Valve
- 05/21/19 Descale AC System
- 05/23/20 New Battery Charger
- 06/01/20 New Tech and Engine Hour Meter at 714 Hrs
- 06/12/20 New Garmin Chart / Depth
- 09/21/20 New Transducer
- 10/18/20 New Battery
- 03/21/21 Descale A/C System
- 03/24/21 New Lewmar Windlass
- 08/11/21 Bottom Maintenance Fresh Bottom Paint
Next Gen UCM1-3.5 kW with reported low hours. In the process of verifying
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.