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Ohana
2010 | 40' Meridian 391 Motor Yacht Motor Yacht for Sale

2010 Meridian

40' (12.47m) 391 Motor Yacht - Ohana

For Sale


Vessel ID# 2797789      Last Updated: 2023-11-09 10:51:26

$ 269,000 USD

€ 249,779 Euros
$ 363,172 CAD

Description

2010 Meridian 391 Sedan “Ohana” 

Beautiful and clean boat that has been well kept. Seller’s purchased this boat in FL, enjoyed her all the way back to TX and have enjoyed her locally with weekend getaways. Current owners have a new boat in the works and are ready to pass this one along for the next adventure! 

  • Cummins Diesels w/663HRS 03/31/2023
  • Updated Electronics
  • Bow & Stern Thrusters
  • Stainless Tender Davit (Dinghy Caddy)
  • Unique Walk-in Engine Room
  • Molded Stairs to Bridge
  • NO ODORS
  • Serviced and Ready to Enjoy! 

Loop, Liveaboard, Cruise, Weekend Condo or Charter

Offers Encouraged


Curtis Stokes & Associates is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Galati 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: 40' 11" (12.47 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 2010

Beam: 13' 11"

Bridge Clearance: ' "

Draft Max: ' "

Draft Min: 3' 3"

Cabins: 2

Sleeps: 6

Heads: 1

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: 20 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 350 Gallons (1324.89 Liters)

Fresh Water: 125 Gallons (473.18 Liters)

Holding Tank: 40 Gallons (151.42 Liters)

Full Details

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Overview

  • Meridian designed its 391 Sedan to bring the styling and performance of a sportscar to the class without losing any practical features.  
  • This attractive yacht’s sleek profile conceals a wide-open salon with warm cherry-wood interior, premium-gloss finish, homelike seating arrangements and 360-degree views of the horizon.
  • She also features a dedicated dinette and fully-equipped galley that are seamlessly integrated into the main living space, two large staterooms and separate shower & head compartments, each with its own vanity and sink. 
  • The flybridge’s distinctive overhang offers more space topside as well as cockpit weather protection, and its molded-in steps are hinged to provide direct engine-room access.

Salon

Panoramic View with an abundance of headroom is the first thing you notice as you step inside through the sliding doors from the cockpit. She’s tastefully decorated with wood-like flooring with removable panels for extra engine room access. There is an L shaped Ultra Leather Sofa, two casual chairs, Flat Screen TV with wine chiller & ice maker on the port side. Guest and Owners will appreciate the single-level approach with this design and ease of access from swim platform to cockpit to salon.

Dinette/Galley

Entertain in style with the full Galley and crescent seating raised dinette lounge area. She’s got it all!

  • Nova Kool Refrigerator w/Freezer
  • Origo 3 Burner Electric Stove
  • Convection Microwave Oven
  • Built-In Storage
  • Wooden-Like Flooring
  • Stainless Hot & Cold Water Sink
  • 110V Plug-Ins

Master Stateroom

  • Island Berth
  • Opening Port Lights
  • Hanging Lockers
  • Overhead Escape Hatch
  • 12V Reading Lights
  • Built-In Storage
  • Air Conditioning & Heat
  • Private Access to Head & Shower

Master Head

  • Vacu Flush Head
  • Separate Shower    

Guest Stateroom

  • Island Queen Berth Mid Ship
  • Natural Lighting
  • 12V Reading Lights
  • Hanging Locker
  • Flat Screen TV

Helm

  • Full Helm with Controls on Bridge
  • Flip Lip Bucket Captains Chair
  • Stereo Controls
  • Bow & Stern Thruster Controls
  • Trim Tab Controls
  • Remote Spotlight Control
  • Windlass Control
  • SmartCraft Mercury Vessel View (updated)
  • GPS
  • RADAR
  • CHARTPLOTTER
  • Auto Pilot
  • Compass
  • Drink Holders

Flybridge

  • Fully Enclosed with Removable Enclosures
  • Plenty of Seating
  • Safe Molded Stairs from Cockpit to Bridge
  • Sink
  • Drink Holders  

Electrical System

  • 9KW Onan Generator with 343HRS 03/31/2023
  • 50 AMP Shore Power Cord
  • Onboard Charging System

Mechanical Equipment

  • Dometic 16,000 & 7,000 BTU Reverse Cycle A/C
  • 11 Gallon Kuuma Electric Water Heater
  • Bennett Hydraulic Trim Tabs
  • 4 Blade Nibral Propellers
  • Quick Windlass w/Foot Controls & Bow Mounted Plow Anchor
  • Hydraulic Steering w/Tilt Helm

Engine Room

  • Cummins QSB5.9 380HP a Piece
  • Onan Diesel Generator 9KW
  • Bilge Pumps (1) 1100 &(2) 2000 GPH w/Auto
  • Removable Floor Panels from Salon for exceptional Access
  • Stairs in Cockpit are Hinged for Walk Down Access from Cockpit

Cockpit

  • Molded-in Aft Seating
  • Engine Room Access
  • Fender Storage
  • Lighting
  • Single Level Access to Salon w/Sliding Doors  

Exclusions

Seller’s Personal Items. Table and chairs in cockpit not included. Dishes and fan in Salon not included.

Notes from the Seller

Usually cruise at 17-19 mph at 2400 rpms. At that speed we were burning about 25 gallons an hour. Sometimes we would run slow at 8-9 mph at about 1000 rpm and at those speeds we were burning about 5-6 gallons an hour.

I wanted to give you a brief summation of how we used Ohana. She was never intended to be a “floating condo” at a marina. We were down at Kemah at least once a month but in the warm months it was more like 2 or 3 times a month. On those short visits we would take her out for the day to Red Fish or on to Galveston for lunch. We did spend several overnight or weekend trips either anchoring out or utilizing Pelican’s Rest Marina, Moody Garden Marina or Galveston Yacht Basin. Longer trips are listed below.

  • 7/27/21 First long trip out in the gulf where we ran 12 knots and took 6 hours to get to Surfside staying at Bridge Harbor Yacht Club.
  • 7/30/21 Continuing south in the gulf at 14-16 knots 2400rpm we stopped at Port O’Conner for fuel before continuing on the ICW to Port Aransas for a few days.
  • 8/1/21 Took ICW to Surfside Marina for the night and then ran her outside in the gulf the rest of the way home to Kemah
  • 7/27/22 Started a repeat trip to Port Aransas stopping at Surfside for the evening again at Bridge Harbor Yacht Club. The following day rough waves made us seek shelter in the ICW after we got fuel at Port O’Conner. Then, with Port Aransas Municipal Marina in sight, the port engine stopped due to a short in the harness. 8/19/22 we started the 3 day return trip using only the starboard engine. Once we were back at Kemah Boardwalk Marina, Ohana sat for almost 6 months stuck in “the supply chain” waiting for a new harness. Once it was finally replaced we had to haul her out for a bottom job including replacing zincs. 
  • Within the last 2 weeks oil and filters have been changed in both engines as well as in the generator. Fuel filters have also been recently changed. All to make sure she will run properly. Engine room has been thoroughly cleaned by the man we have had wash Ohana every 2 weeks since we purchased her. He also just recently did a thorough wash and wax of her exterior, including the shades that go over the windows.

 

Repairs and Maintenance Since Purchased

  • Regular Oil and filter changes
  • Wax every 6-9 months
  • Wash every 2-3 weeks 
  • 3/15/21 Replaced salon and master cabin TVs with smart TVs. Installed smart TV in guest cabin
  • 5/17/21 Replaced PSS shaft seals
  • 5/20/21 Replaced wine fridge
  • 5/22/21 Complete bottom job including replacing zincs and paint job
  • 5/25/21 Installation of davit – Dinghy Caddy from Canada
  • 6/10/21 Replaced and labeled all batteries
  • 6/28/21 Replaced VacuFlush Quickbills on toilet
  • 7/1/21 Upgraded charge wiring replacing battery charger
  • 9/9/21 Replaced Maxpower electronic thruster control box
  • 11/9/21 Replaced vessel view with Mercury Vessel View with multifunction display. Updated      NMEA 2K to network chart plotters and vessel view.
  • 12/7/21 Replaced Fusion Sound System including amplifier and all 4 outside speakers
  • 3/25/22 Bottom cleaned by diver, zincs replaced
  • 5/10/22 Replaced ice maker with 14 inch under counter ice maker
  • 8/21/22 Replaced air conditioning fresh water pump
  • 2/25/23 Replaced port engine harness
  • 2/28/23 Hauled out for powerwash of bottom and to replace zincs
  • 3/14/23 Replaced shower sump

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Cummins
  • Engine Model: QSB5.9
  • Engine Year: 2010
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type:
  • Power HP: 380.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 626.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Cummins
  • Engine Model: QSB5.9
  • Engine Year: 2010
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type:
  • Power HP: 380.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 663.00

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