|Locatie||Jacksonville, Florida, Verenigde Staten|
|Lengte over alles||10.42 m|
|Max diepgang||0.99 m|
|Max. doorvaarhoogte||2.74 m|
|Aandrijving typ||directe aandrijving|
|Zoetwater reservoirs||70 gelling|
Sanctuary, a Mainship 34 Pilot Hardtop is a versatile Down East style cruiser perfect for day trips, extended cruising, fishing, trolling, or scuba-diving. With a timeless design, the Mainship 34 Pilot will turn heads, even as she continues to prove her seaworthiness. Her deep full center keel, with pocket drives, provides stability and protection from grounding. The keel design also helps the boat to track straight, even at lower speeds.
The cockpit of Sanctuary can be entered by a standard transom door at the roomy swim platform or over the wide gunwales. The cockpit steps at the gunwales are covered by a faux teak material. The flat non-skid fiberglass floor is roomy enough for removable deck chairs. The cockpit also has both fresh and raw water wash downs and a hand-held shower. There are inboard mounted aft cleats and deck hawse.
Two steps up is the helm and companion area. It includes double-wide helm and companion seats with footrests, and inward facing side lounges, on either side of the hydraulic engine access hatch. The removable backrests can convert the lounges into berths. There is a built-in insulated cooler box, and a tilt-up console which provides easy access to electronics and wiring. There are Sunbrella drop back curtains with removable shades over the eisenglass, which were installed in 2013. The center windshield has a swing open center section, and all of the hard helm area windows have covers. A U-Line Ice Maker is located below the port helm seat, and is currently used as a freezer only.
There are wide side decks, sturdy side rails, and a bow pulpit with a large anchor chain locker. Sanctuary has a 20# Delta plow anchor with a chain lead and 5/8” nylon rode, and a Lewmar Concept anchor windlass, which was replaced in 2014.
The exterior is a beige fiberglass finish, with a dark green hull.
The spacious and well-appointed main salon is three steps down and features an enclosed head with shower, aft of the galley to port. A dark green colored U shape dinette which easily converts to a double berth is to starboard. A single stateroom is forward. A beautiful teak and holly sole, wood doors with curved tops into the head and stateroom, and shutter-style folding doors into the wall of the stateroom all contribute to the traditional yacht décor and feel of the interior of Sanctuary. A Vizio flat-screen TV is viewable from the salon, dinette, or stateroom. Five stainless steel opening portlights provide excellent ventilation. A Marine Air One reverse cycle unit provides both heat and air conditioning. A WalVac central vacuum system is located in the stateroom, with the hoses stored in the salon.
The head on Sanctuary features: a shower, a Sealand VacuFlush fresh water flush head, a Corian vanity, sink, and storage. Waste is directed from the head to the holding tank, which can be emptied via a deck connection or directly overboard via a Sealand discharge pump
The teak-trimmed galley offers: plenty of storage, a Corian countertop, a stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water, a GE turntable microwave oven, a built-in Black and Decker SpaceMaker coffee maker, a Princess dual propane cooktop range, a slide out storage rack, and a Nova Kool R3800 12 volt DC/110 volt AC refrigerator/freezer.
The forward stateroom on Sanctuary features: two hanging lockers, drawers, and an extra-long innerspring V-berth.
3" Danforth direct reading compass
Standard Horizon HX280 hand-held VHF radio
Raytheon Raypilot 650 Auto Pilot
Garmin 5212 Multi-Function Display Radar and GPS
Memorex DVD player
Fireboy Xintex carbon monoxide detector/alarm
AM/FM/CD in helm area replaced 02/2019
Raytheon Tri Data Depth/Speed/Tem
Xantrex Trucharge 2, 40 amp, 12 volt DC battery charger-replaced 07/2015
RCA Digital Amplified Indoor/Outdoor television Antenna
3 GPS Antennas
Garmin Radar Dome
Oil exchange pump
Side Power SP55 bow thruster
Hot water heater
Engine hoses replaced 11/2015
Dripless shaft seal
Hydraulic by Sea Star steering gear
Next Generation Power Diesel 5.0 KW generator (No hour meter)
Windlass replaced 11/2014
Engine battery: 1-12 volt, group 4D (New 02/2018)
Generator battery: 1-12 volt, group 24 (New 2017)
Sea Fire Halon 1301 built-in fire suppression system
Dual trumpet electric horn
Bottom was repainted 03/2016
Maintenance in 11/2015 includes: replacing all engine hoses (Fuel, cooling, exhaust, transmission), performed 600 hour service on engine including serpentine belt and impeller, serviced the genset filters, serviced the AC system, and rebuilt the VacuFlush head
Outboard motor lift on swim platform
Two deck chairs
Two Sena SPH10 Bluetooth Stereo Headset & Intercom
Bottom cleaned monthly by a diver
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.