This exceptional Sabre 34 MKII has been lovingly cared for and shows it! (As an example - to list the boat, I retrieved the interior cushions from the owner who had had them cleaned and wrapped in plastic each offseason!!) New cabin sole and extensive re-finishing of other interior components, sails and electronics updates, many other items.
Accommodations for up to six in a single stateroom layout with a full oiled teak interior with oiled teak and holly sole. Headroom is 6'-3". Two hatches, four dorades, four opening ports and four large fixed ports provide ample natural light and ventilation (all opening ports and hatches are fitted with screens). Swivel style reading lamps at all berths and settees and berths with overhead dome style lamps in working spaces.
Starting forward is the private Forward Cabin with 6'-4" V-berth with filler. Below the berth there is storage in four drawers and two drop face lockers as well as some bin type storage further forward for infrequently accessed items. Above the berth the hull is lined with Cypress "ceilings" or strips and there is a full length shelf for storage both P&S. Aft and to starboard is a bureau with drawers and drop face locker.
Next aft to port is the Enclosed Head with manual W.C. plumbed to the holding tank. Thwartship vanity with stainless sink and H&C pressure water and ensuite shower. Opposite to starboard is a large hanging locker.
Continuing aft is the Main Cabin with 6'-4" settees P&S; the port settee may be pulled out to form a double berth when occasion requires. There is some storage below the settees, in cubbies behind the seat backs, and in lockers and shelves above. Dining is from a large teak table that conveniently stows against the forward bulkhead when not in use with glass/bottle and magazine storage rack behind.
Aft and to port is the U-Shaped Galley featuring ample counter space, double basin stainless steel sink with pressure H&C water, large ice box, and generous amounts of storage for galleyware and food stuffs. Cooking is easily handled via the CNG 2 burner gimbaled stove with oven.
Across to starboard is the Forward Facing Nav. Station & Quarter Berth. The berth is 6'-6" in length, storage is adjacent in shelves above the Nav. Station and in drawers below.
Keel stepped double spreader rigged Hall Aluminum mast and boom with 1X19 stainless steel wire rigging. Any sails used in a given season have always been sent out to a sail maker and inspected, cleaned and stored off the boat. Masthead height is 49'-3" not including any head gear (anemometer, windex etc. likely another 18")
All electronics are located for ease of use from the cockpit. While the "base station" for the VHF is at the Nav. Station, there is a hard wired remote in the cockpit and the Furuno Nav. Net is on a swingout bracket at the companionway while the smaller Garmin plotter mounts to the binnacle guard when needed.
Wired for 12 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC service.
12 Volt DC
110 Volt AC
Westerbeke fresh water cooled 3 cylinder 27 HP diesel showing 1285 hours as of 3/11/16 turns a 2 bladed Martech folding propeller on a 1" shaft.
Solid fiberglass hull with white gel-coat finish in excellent condition and double Awlgripped blue boot stripe and blue cove stripe; below the waterline the antifouling is Petit Vivid Green ablative paint; the bottom was taken down to the existing barrier coat in 2011 and has been kept very fair.
The fiberglass two tone (Moondust on White) deck is balsa cored with re-enforcing in higher stress areas with solid teak toe rails, brow and other minor teak accents finished in Cetol clear.
7'-2" long cockpit with large sail locker to port and shallow locker to starboard and lazarette aft with Edson Pedestal wheel steering
This Sabre 34 is in exceptional condition throughout. It is for sale only because after 12-13 years of sailing this boat, the owners are choosing other pursuits. She shows like no other boat of this genre and of this age.
Lower Falls Landing
106 Lafayette Street
Yarmouth, ME 04096