The salon has a two person helm chair and comfortable L shaped settee to stbd. The settee converts to a sleeper sofa (no need to purchase an optional pull out unit). On the port side are two leather recliners and a 26" flat panel TV (tied into the Bose Stereo sound system). Open the two aft salon doors, breathe in the fresh air and wind down after a long day's run or entertain - you can do both on the Expedition Trawler. The galley is conveniently located on the same level, port side forward for ease in serving a party or for just the two of you. Retire to a queen size bed (with innerspring mattress) in the master stateroom. Warm cherry wood lockers with cedar lined interiors sized to meet you needs are what you expect and what Mainship gives you. There is no need to climb up into a high perched bed just to get some sleep. Lighting, a deck hatch with screen and shade, storage and a large molded fiberglass head are what you expect and get for a boat built for the mission. The guest stateroom has twin beds and has been used as an additional locker, full time sewing room or even a bedroom.
Mainship is known for its easy access through the transom door, wide deck walkways for ease in handling the lines and the first company to use stairs instead of ladders to get to the bridge. The bridge is the largest in its class, seats eight in comfort and offers a Summer Kitchen on the aft deck of the flybridge. Many of our owners cook their evening meals there and enjoy watching the sun go do day after day.Economy of operation and speed are also a hall mark of Mainship. With single electronic engine options of 380 and 440 horsepower or twin 260's, you can loaf along at 7 knots, make some serious mileage at 13 -15 knots with the singles or run to 17 plus knots with the twins. You choose. The bow thruster is standard with the single engine and more and more of our customers are adding the stern thruster also.