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2000 | 33' Mainship Pilot 30 Downeast for Sale

2000 Mainship

33' (10.06m) Pilot 30 - Why Knot

2000 Mainship Pilot with Yanmar Diesel 240hp with 1348 hours, enclosed canvas with zip out screens, Bimini extension to stern, bow thruster, generator, air conditioner, vhf radio, chart plotter-radar, autopilot, full galley / fridge / microwave, stand up head / shower, trim tabs, and more!


Vessel ID# 2808908      Last Updated: 2024-03-29 12:20:54

$ 59,975 USD

€ 55,810 Euros
$ 82,028 CAD

Description

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The Mainship Pilot 30 is at home in Charlotte Harbor Southwest Florida waters as well as in the Bahamas or the Chesapeake. The full protection of the sand shoe design allows for running in shallow water. The sand shoe provides excellent stability in a beam sea while allowing the boat to track like it was on rails. The classic down-east look is enhanced by the sturdy low-maintenance aluminum bow and safety rails. Whether the purpose is to fish, dive or cruise, this Pilot 30 can fit the bill. A freshwater washdown and swim platform with a ladder will please the swimmers.


The bridge deck settees will double as extra bunks for the overflow of family and friends or as just a wonderful place to relax. The custom-built Bimini will provide additional shade or protection from the rain. In the air-conditioned cabin, large V-berths double as a dinette and the mid-seats provide a suitable place to relax with a good book. The teak trimmed galley comes complete with a two-burner range, a refrigerator, microwave, a sink and even an icebox. Storage is plentiful, while light and ventilation are provided by screened portlights and an overhead hatch. The large head boasts a Corian counter, an electric toilet and an integral shower, plus dry storage, and a mirror.


The single diesel will propel the Pilot 30 at a pleasant speed while providing a truly economical rate of consumption. The wood-free exterior needs only soap and water and some waxing to maintain. The Pilot 30 is ergonomically designed to give the captain an excellent vantage point to observe surroundings and to pilot safely. The tilt-out helm station offers plenty of space to accept all kinds of electronics. Helm and companion seats make the cruising even more comfortable.


Here are some Key Features on Why Knot:

  • NEW 2022 Custom Canvas including cockpit Bimini extension
  • NexGen 3.5 Generator
  • Raymarine Autopilot with NEW 2020 controller
  • Sleipner Bow Thruster with New 2021 joystick
  • Dometic Air Conditioning
  • New 2024 engine compartment insulation
  • Why Knot is in Very Good Condition and is maintained by Knowledgeable owners with years of cruising experience.


Check out Full Details below for all the specifics and more...


Here is what the Power Boat Guide had to say about the Mainship 30:


"Mainship got it right with the 30 Pilot, a Downeast-style cruiser whose practical layout and affordable price catapulted her into the ranks of classic small-boat designs. Built on a solid fiberglass, semi-displacement hull with a prop-protecting skeg, the Pilot is suited to a variety of uses. A large cockpit makes her a competent fish or dive platform, and her economical operation and comfortable accommodations appeal to weekend cruisers. The cabin was originally arranged with a V-berth/dinette forward, a good-sized head, and a teak-and-holly cabin sole. Early models with a single 170hp Yanmar diesel will cruise at 14 knots (16–17 knots top), and those with a 230hp Yanmar will cruise at 16 knots (19–20 knots top) ......"




Curtis Stokes & Associates is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Pier One Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Data Sheet

LOA: 33' " (10.06 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 2000

Beam: 10' 3"

Bridge Clearance: 10' 3"

Draft Max: 2' 11"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 1

Sleeps: 4

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: 17 Knots

Cruise Speed: 14 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 175 Gallons (662.45 Liters)

Fresh Water: 40 Gallons (151.42 Liters)

Holding Tank: 25 Gallons (94.64 Liters)

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Accommodations

Entering from the sliding salon door into the main cabin is a cherry interior and 6'3" headroom greets you. Five portholes account for plenty of natural light. Aft and to port is a fully appointed galley with cook-top stove, microwave oven, refrigerator, and cabinets for storage. Starboard aft is the enclosed head with shower. Forward is a V-Berth with teak table for you dining pleasure, and Cedar lined hanging locker. Up two steps to the helm deck with helm to starboard. There is a comfortable helm seat along with a companion seat to port. Bench seating with comfortable cushions with backrests and storage underneath are behind helm and companion seats. Engine hatch lifts by assisted gas shocks from helm deck. Down one step to the spacious cockpit allows for plenty of water sports and enjoyment.


  • Storage beneath dinette seating
  • Dinette seating for four
  • Cherry dinette table
  • Cedar lined hanging locker
  • 12-volt LED lighting throughout
  • 110-volt GFCI outlet
  • Six Opening ports w/ screens
  • Enclosed head aft starboard Jabsco Electric toilet

Galley


  • Nova Kool AC/DC refrigerator with freezer
  • Seaward Princess 2 burner electric stove
  • GE Microwave oven
  • Formica counter-top
  • Stainless Steel sink with new 2021 Delta faucet
  • Hot & cold pressure water system
  • Six-gallon hot water heater
  • Storage cabinets above and below sink
  • Magma BBQ grill

Electronics and Navigation

  • Garmin GPSmap5 Chartplotter with 24 mile Radar
  • Garmin Bluechart G3 Vision VUS513L Jacksonville to Bahamas
  • Garmin Depth Sounder
  • Raymarine Auto Pilot with NEW 2020 controller
  • Aqua Meter Saturn Compass
  • NEW 2021 Standard Horizon VHF Radio


Electrical and Mechanical

Electrical:

  • Next Gen UCM 1-3.5 Generator with 235.2 hours
  • Five Group 27 Dual-Purpose AGM Batteries
  • Sentry Battery Charger
  • Bennett Trim Tabs
  • Sleipner Bow Thruster with NEW 2021 joystick

Mechanical:

  • Electric Jabsco head with macerator and pump overboard
  • Hot water - Atwood 6-gallon electric/engine
  • Air conditioning - Dometic 7000 BTU reverse cycle heating
  • Lewmar Windlass with NEW 2021 100' of G43 chain


Engine

  • Yanmar 240 HP 4LHA-STE Turbo Diesel Engine with 1348 hours
  • NEW 2021 Engine mounts
  • NEW 2024 Replaced sound proofing on engine hatch
  • Racor 500 M Fuel Filter
  • Tachometer, temperature, amp, and oil gauges 
  • Engine Maintenance Records from current and previous owners

Deck, Cockpit and Hull

  • NEW 2022 Pilot House enclosure with cockpit Bimini
  • Lewmar electric windlass with helm and foot controls at bow
  • NEW 2021 Rocna Vulcan 12kg anchor (27 lbs) with 100 ft of 1/4" G-43 chain and 75 ft. of rode
  • High density rub railing
  • Double trumpet Air horn
  • NEW 2021 solar vent with Solartek unit H-178
  • Two Windshield wipers with backup motor
  • Storage beneath guest seating, port and starboard
  • Freshwater hot and cold transom shower with NEW 2022 Scandvik Shower Handle
  • Fiberglass swim platform with folding ladder
  • Bennett Trim Tabs
  • Dock lines and fenders
  • Why Knot has her bottom cleaned every six weeks and zincs are changed as needed



Manufacturer Provided Description

The Mainship Pilot 30 is at home on the Chesapeake as well as in the Bahamas or the San Juan Islands. The full protection of the sand shoe design allows for beaching and running in shallow water. The full keel provides excellent stability in a beam sea while allowing the boat to track like it was on rails. The classic down-east look is enhanced by the sturdy low-maintenance aluminum bow and safety rails. Whether the purpose is to fish, dive or cruise, this Pilot 30 can fit the bill.


The elongated cockpit allows for plenty of anglers, and the wide covering boards will accept a battalion of rod holders. A freshwater washdown and swim platform with a ladder will please the divers. The bridge deck settees will double as extra bunks for the overflow of family and friends or as just a wonderful place to nap. In the cabin, large V-berths double as a dinette and the mid-seats provide a great place to relax. The teak trimmed galley comes complete with a two-burner range, a refrigerator, a sink and even an icebox. Storage is plentiful, while light and ventilation is provided by six screened portlights and an overhead hatch. The large head boasts a Corian counter, an electric toilet and an integral shower, plus dry storage, and a mirror.


The single diesel will propel the Pilot 30 at a pleasant turn of speed while providing a truly economical rate of consumption. The wood-free exterior needs only soap and water and some waxing to maintain the sheen of the premium MaxGuard gelcoat. The Pilot 30 is ergonomically designed to give the captain an excellent vantage point to observe surroundings and to pilot in safety. The tilt-out helm station offers plenty of space to accept all kinds of electronics (including an optional bow-thruster keypad). Sliding helm and companion seats make the cruising even more comfortable.

Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted in the listing brochure.

Disclaimer

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.


West Marine 8'6" Dinghy and Suzuki 2.5 motor available but not included in the sale.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4HLA-STE
  • Engine Year: 2000
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 240.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 1348.00

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