1993 Mainship 40 Sedan Bridge

Introduced in 1993, the Mainship 40 Sedan Bridge is an inexpensive family boat whose
spacious interior and large flybridge make her an excellent choice for day cruising and
entertaining. She was built on a solid fiberglass, modified-V hull with moderate beam, and her
low-profile appearance is the result of locating the engines under the cockpit sole. The singlelevel
interior of the 40 Sedan Bridge—a step down from the cockpit level—is arranged with two
staterooms forward and a spacious, full-beam salon with lounge seating for eight. A big Ushaped
galley is forward in the salon, and a walkaround double berth is found in the master
stateroom. This is an expansive floorplan for a 40-footer, however the furnishings are mostly
inexpensive and the finish is less than impressive. The cockpit has built-in bench seating, a
transom door, and twin hatches in the sole for engine access. Topside, the flybridge has an
island helm console with wraparound lounge seating. Lacking side decks, the fore deck is
reached via a door in the forward flybridge coaming. Standard 320hp V-drive gas engines
cruise the Mainship 40 at a sedate 16 knots and deliver a top speed in the mid 20s.

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Steve Larimore

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Crows Nest Yachts San Diego


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