MARYJANE is a Soft Top Cruiser that is ready for your adventures this summer.

When you’re at the helm of “MaryJane” you will be turning heads in any harbor you visit. This vessel under went a full Wilburization in 2019/2020 and is turn key ready. The vessel is currently owned by a Marine Surveyor and has been kept in pristine condition.

1996 / 2020  Wilbur 34′ Downeaster

Price: $245,000

Location: Danversport, MA



LOA: 39’1″ (34′ 3″ without platform or pulpit)

Beam: 12′

Draft: 3’4″

Disp: 12,500


CAT 3208 375 HP with 2,370 hours (400 since bench “rebuild” by Billings Diesel in the spring of 2020).

  • Speed at WOT (wide open throttle) is 21 knots
  • Speed at cruise is 16 knots


Fuel: Aluminum Saddle Tanks 104 gallons each for a fuel capacity of 208 gallons

Water: Plastic saddle tanks – 38 gallons each for a fresh water capacity of 76 gallons

Holding tank: Plastic 25 gallon


The large forward cabin area consists of one area containing a V-berth, hanging locker, galley and enclosed head with separate stall shower, the headroom down below is approximately 6’3″. The cabin is a Herreshoff finish with white Formica and gel coat with varnished teak bulkheads, drawers, doors and moldings. The cabin is ventilated with two opening hatches and 6 opening ports with 1 solar/electric ventilators. The forward V-berth has a filler piece, substantial storage underneath and ash ceilings cover the hull sides.  The vessel is equipped with an Espar heater to help extend the season in the cooler climates. Fresh water Vacuflush head.

Aft of the V-berth is an L-shaped galley with ample counter top space. The 3-burner propane cook-top stove with oven allows for easy meal preparation while on board. A large stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurized water handles large pots and pans easily. The custom top loading AC / DC refrigerator combines with a freezer helps to keep fresh food. The storage of crockery and food stuffs is accomplished with an abundance of custom cabinets and drawers.

The large Bomar trunk cabin hatch with screen/privacy shade and six Bomar ports open to allow for air flow in the forward cabin. The opening center front window will help keep you cool on those warm summer days and the canvas can be dropped and the window closed to extend your time on the water into the cooler spring and fall months.



Helm Station:

  • Garmin 8612 chartplotter with BlueCharts
  • Garmin GMR 24x HD radome
  • Garmin GHC 20 Autopilot with Rudder indicator
  • Garmin B60 thru hull transducer
  • Garmin WAAS antenna
  • Garmin AIS 800 transceiver
  • Garmin heading sensor
  • Icom M506 VHF
  • Xantrex Freedom SW 3012 Inverter
  • FLIR M232 tilt/pan/zoom infrared camera
  • Fusion MS UD-755 stereo head unit
  • Fusion SG-DA51600 5 channel 1600W amplifier
  • Fusion XS-F65CWB 6/5” round speakers (pilot house)
  • Poly-planar 200W MA-9060 speakers in cockpit
  • Seaview custom aluminum mast


  • Three (3) 8D batteries (1 house, 1 start)
  • 110 / 12v electrical panel
  • Stainless reading lights
  • Courtesy night lights
  • 30-amp shore power connection
  • Shore power cord
  • One 110v outlets
  • Lewmar electric windlass—controls at helm
  • CQR anchor with 25′ of chain and 200′ of line


  • Engine/110v hot water heater
  • Engine hot water space heater (bus heater),
  • Shower: stall
  • Vacuflush head
  • Cockpit—fresh water wash down,


  • Hull was re-awlgripped by Hinckley Yachts as part of 2019 refit
  • All canvas replaced (Stamoid) as part of 2019 refit
  • Decks, trunk cabin, and Pilot House re-awlgripped in 2021
  • New Kuma 11 gal SS water heater
  • Promariner Galvanic Isolator added in 2022
  • New 150A alternator in 2020
  • ACR GlobalFix EPIRB 2022
  • Espar cabin heating system
  • Wesmar bow thruster
  • New teak swim platform
  • Transom door added
  • Reverso Pump for engine/transmission oil change
  • Replaced all bulkhead hatches as part of 2019 refit
  • Scandvik cockpit shower system
  • New Lewmar windlass motor (2021)
  • New Bomar deck hatches (2022)
  • New Dometic Vacuflush head (2023)
  • All thru-hulls & balls valves replaced as part of refit
  • New fuel tanks & fuel lines as part of refit
  • Fuel vacuum gauge at helm (2022)

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.



Mary Jane in the harbor

Bow from deck

Cockpit deck


CP shower

CP storage hatches

CP washdown

Electrical panel

Engine hatch


ER 1.75 inch shaft

Espar and propane master switch

FC – companionway

Fuel tanks

Galley 2


Galvanic Isolator

Head 2


Helm console wiring

Helm seat

Helm station

Port side on dock

Moisture meter

In the shed

L shaped settee

MaryJane – v berth

Oil change system

on the dock


Refrigerator storage

Salon w drop leaf table

Shower control

Shower stall

Shower wand

STBD aft corner

Transom door


Trunk cabin