The Mainship 40 Double Cabin, also known as the Mainship Nantucket 40, is spacious, attractive, and economical to operate (10 gal. total at 10 knots cruising speed). She's comfortably laid out below with a forward guest cabin and head and an owner's stateroom aft with ensuite head.
Lady Elaine is not your average Mainship 40. Purchased 17 years ago by her current owners, she has been lovingly maintained and upgraded. The original carpeted plywood cabin sole in the main salon was replaced with a varnished teak and holly sole and was beautifully crafted. The original double berth in the aft stateroom was skillfully converted into a queen-sized berth. Back in 1999, at the time of the current owner's purchase, the engines had about 1,000 hours. The owners have added an average of fewer than 50 hours a year. Lady Elaine is turnkey and spotless below. She would be suitable as a weekend cruiser or would make a comfortable liveaboard. Treat yourself by coming to inspect this very special boat.
For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:
Cell phone: 617-694-8455
Sleeps four. Light oak interior. V berth with filler cushion forward, enclosed head with vanity and shower next aft to starboard, lockers opposite to port. Up two steps to main salon. Galley to port, lower helm station opposite to starboard. Breakfast bar with two stools next aft of galley. Main salon features three swivel barrel chairs, hi-low table, several nesting tables, wide-screen TV, air conditioner, curtains, and custom teak and holly cabin sole. Heads equipped with Vac-U-Flush toilets.
Step down to aft owner's stateroom which features a custom, queen-size, centerline, island berth, desk area to starboard, and ensuite suite with tub/shower.
U-shaped galley is down one step from the main salon and located in the port, forward section of the main salon. It features a large Norcold 110/12 volt refrigerator/freezer, Kenyon two-burner, non-pressurized alcohol/electric recessed countertop stove, stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressurized water, and Samsung microwave oven.
Port engine was replaced at 1,737 hours, in 2015 by Essex Boatworks with a completely rebuilt Crusader 350 engine. The new engine now has 86 hours. Starboard engine, with 1,824 hours, is believed to be in excellent condition. Electronic tachometers at upper helm.
12 volt DC and 110 volt AC dockside systems and 6.5 KW Onan gas generator, completely serviced in 2015. 12 volt system includes two 8D batteries (2017), Group 27 generator starting battery, distribution breaker panel. 110 volt dockside system includes distribution breaker panel , battery charger/converter, and two 30 amp shore power cords.
Upper helm: Furuno 1621 radar with LCD display, antenna mounted on mast; Lawrence Elite-7M color GPS/plotter (transportable to lower helm when using lower helm); Furuno GPS/WAAS Navigator GPS; West Marine multi function system indicates depth and water temperature; Standard Horizon GX2000 VHF radio transceiver with DSC; Ritchie Powerdamp Plus compass.
Lower helm: Furuno GPS navigator GPS, Apelco 4600 VHF radio transceiver, Furuno Elite-7M color GPS/plotter (when not connected at upper helm station), and Ritchie compass.
Salt water washdown pump, electric windlass (drive motor replaced in 2015) with up and down controls, remote controls at upper and lower helm stations, aft sun deck, swim platform. swim ladder attached to swim platform.
Bimini and console cover for flybridge, 1996 9' Bombard inflatable dinghy (dinghy attaches with Weaver Snap Davits to swim platform for transport) with Suzuki 5 hp outboard motor with EasyLift outboard motor tote to facilitate lifting, two Danforth 22S anchors, each with chain and nylon rode, six fire extinguishers, Halon automatic fire extinguishing system for engine compartment, 28" flat screen TV, air horns, operable from upper helm, assorted docklines, fenders, boat hook, and several PFD's.
Owners' personal inflatable PFD's.
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.