he Mainship 34 Sedan is one of the most popular small cruisers ever built. She was constructed on a solid fiberglass semi-displacement hull design with a fine bow entry and a full-length keel below. First of the Mainship series, the appeal of the 34 Sedan had much to do with her trawler-style profile and affordable price tag, and her greatest attraction remains her superb economy at better the trawler speeds. With a single 160-hp Perkins 6-cylinder diesel, the Mainship’s easily driven hull will cruise at 10-11 knots burning only 6 gph. At a more relaxed 7-knot speed, the fuel consumption drops to a remarkable 2 gph. The practical single-stateroom floorplan is well suited to the needs of a cruising couple. A lower helm was standard in the salon; the galley is large enough for serious food preparation; and a stall shower is included in the head. Outside, the flybridge extends aft to provide weather protection for the cockpit. Considered a low-maintenance boat, the Mainship 34 Sedan continues to enjoy great popularity in most markets.