Super popular Meridian 391 Sedan Bridge featuring low hour Twin 380 Cummins, Full Electronics, Bow and Stern Thruster, two stateroom layout with island berths in both and a split head.
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Boarding via the large integrated swim platform, you find a recessed swim ladder, and a dedicated covered chase protecting the shore power cord and preventing tripping. The transom features two built-in dunnage boxes and a transom door to port.
In the roomy cockpit, you'll note a comfortable, forward-facing seat with sunbrella cover. There are dedicated fender lockers to port and starboard, which also form steps to the gunnels. Under the cockpit sole is a huge storage compartment which also houses the Onan 9 kw, like-new low hour genset. Starboard of the salon door is a staircase to the bridge which raises on gas shocks to provide easy access to the engineroom. Recessed into the port bulkhead is another large storage compartment.
Accessing the bow from either side is a breeze, with the step up, well placed and secure grab rails, and generous siderails. The foredeck features recessed areas for the forward deck sun cushions. There are recessed drink holders, port and starboard.
The bow area features well placed fore cleats, a windlass, remote spotlight and compartments to access the windlass works, and a foredeck washdown.
Accessing the bridge, via the gentle staircase you'll note the optional cockpit-to bridge door, which, when closed, provides much extra floor space for bridge guests, and fantastic safety and security for children, pets and clumsy crew members.
To port, aft is a comfortable, L-shaped lounge seat with a removable, pole mounted table. Forward to port is a storage compartment with wetbar. Forward of that is the two-person, forward-facing companion seat. It faces a clean dash with a safety grab handle and a "glove" box with cup holders on either side.
Opposite is the comfy captain's helm chair. It faces an intuitively laid-out helm with switches, electronics and controls right where they belong. Electronics detailed in next section. Aft of the helm seat is a work area with cup holders and protected by a stainless fiddle rail. Beneath that sits the bridge refrigerator.
The bridge deck is protected with snap-in carpet, in near new shape. All exterior upholstery has sunbrella surfaces and high-grade vinyl trim.
Other equipment includes:
Entering the salon through the substantial sliding glass door, which has a sliding screen door as well, you find, aft and to port, hi-gloss stacked cabinetry. At the top, at eye-level and lighted, you find the very complete ac and dc electrical panel. Below that is the ample, flat-panel TV. Below that is the salon ice maker, and a storage compartment.
Continuing forward there are two fixed comfortable chairs separated by a table/ledge with storage beneath. Above, and on both sides you will note the double-tiered windows that provide panoramic views, whether seated or standing. There is one, pop-out, watertight opening window on either side to help provide ventilation.
Forward, still, is the very complete galley. It features an L-shaped, solid surface countertops. There is a single stainless sink with wand-faucet; a two burner electric stove, recessed under a solid surface lid, a built-in microwave/convection oven, and a large, under-counter fridge. There are ample storage compartments including cabinetry, a lazy susan and drawers, plus an in-floor pantry. The flooring is teak and holly. The carpets are berber. There are carpet runners throughout the salon.
Across from the galley is the raised, roomy C-shaped dinette. It converts to a sleeper for 1 1/2 with a fill-in cushion. Aft of the dinette is the comfortable L-shaped Flex-steel lounge, which quickly converts to another, ample berth. There is a large, hi-lo dining table in front of it.
The heat and air conditioning is provided by two units located within the flybridge brow, for quiet, and ducted through the sculpted, rich looking ceiling for maximum air disbursement.
This unique, two stateroom arrangement allows for two separate, private cabins both with double island berths. Both feature inner-spring, pillow-top mattresses.The master, forward, features a pedestal bed, hanging lockers, port and starboard, an overhead portlight. There are directional reading lights, opening side ports, a flat panel TV, am/fm stereo, cd, and controls for ac/heat.
The guest cabin, to starboard and beneath the dinette features, in addition to the raised double berth, a port light, hanging lockers and ample luggage compartments. There is directional lighting, a mirrored headboard and storage ledges surrounding the right side.
The 391 features a split head arrangement. To port is a toilet and vanity sink. The toilet is Vacu-Flush. It is accessible privately from the master or as a day head. The separate shower is also accessible from either the master, or from the passageway from the salon.
She's powered by twin Cummins 5.9L Electronic, Common-rail diesels at 380 HP each and with about 600 hours. All maintenance is up to date.
326 First Street
Annapolis, MD 21403