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Fresh Water Yacht
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- Located In:
- Rochester, NY
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- Current Price:
- US$ 39,900
The Sabre 34 Mark I is a true sailing classic. With her high quality construction, superior sailing performance and comfortable cruising amenities, Brugh will not disappoint. She's been sailed in fresh water for the past 25 years. She has a diesel engine, refrigeration, autopilot, wind, knot and depth and VHF radio. Constant upgrades and updates make her a "must see" Sabre.
With her like new ultrasuede interior cushions, beautiful teak interior hand rubbed effect wood finish she shows like a much newer boat. Meticulously well maintained by a knowledgeable owner.
If you are in the market for a value priced yacht that will deliver fast cruising, you owe it to yourself to check out the Sabre 34. Call now for more information and to arrange for your private showing of "Brugh".
Whether you are planning to buy or sell your next yacht, give me a call and I’ll show you how I will work with you to reach your goals. See our website; http://www.windsweptyachtsales.com and take a look at what other satisfied clients are saying about us! For further details please contact Alan Pressman at 941-350-1559 or e-mail inquiries to AlanPWYS@gmail.com. Windswept Yacht Sales gladly cooperates with other Florida licensed yacht brokers on a 50/50 basis for our vessels available for co brokerage. Please contact Alan Pressman at 941-350-1559. Brokers not licensed in Florida, please call for more information.
Please contact Alan Pressman at 941-350-1559
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder & Designer
Builder; Sabre Yachts, South Casco, ME
Designer; Roger Hewson
Ballast; 4600# Lead
Sail Area; 507 Sq. Ft.
Cockpit Length; 7'2"
Interior Headroom; 6'3"
Fuel; 20 USG
Water; (2) x 38 USG water tanks port and starboard, total; 76 USG
Holding tank; 30 USG
Enter the companionway stairs to the main cabin. Galley is to to starboard and to port is a full sized navigation table with electrical panel. The forward facing navigation station is to port in front of the quarter berth. There are additional storage shelves under and outboard and the Sabre trademark custom tool drawer.
The main salon has settees port and starboard with generous storage behind the seat backs and below forward of the water tanks. There is a folding table that can be stored out of the way on the bulkhead or folded down either half or full width. Forward is the head to starboard and hanging locker to port.
The salon’s port settee makes a comfortable 6’4” single berth with storage behind and outboard. The starboard L shaped dinette also has storage behind and outboard and can serve as a 6’4” double berth. The dinette table folds up against the forward bulkhead. There is a wide quarter berth aft and to port. Good light and ventilation are provided by multiple opening ports w/screens.
Ventilation is from Stainless Dorade vents, screened deck hatches, and opening ports. The companionway has varnished drop boards. The interior grab rails make movement below decks safe and secure in a seaway.
The owner's stateroom is a forward V berth with generous storage and shelving. Aft to port is a V berth. The main salon settee converts to a double berth.
The interior is hand sanded with Daleys seafin teak oil for a luxurious rubbed teak effect.
She has white liner overhead, 6 opening ports, hatches in main salon and V berth.
The forward cabin has a double V berth w/filler cushion and is 6'4" in length, hanging locker, shelves with fiddle rails, storage drawers, screened deck hatch, and 2 opening ports and reading lights. New Ultrasuede cushions throughout. There is a privacy door to the salon.
The Sabre 34 is a yacht of classic elegance combining outstanding performance with luxurious cruising accommodations. The handcrafted teak interior and attention to detail make the Sabre 34 the leader in the class.
Engine and Mechanical Equipment
Westerbeke diesel engine 27 HP Fresh water cooled (estimated 1600 hours) with 2:1 reduction gear, self bleeding fuel system, with engine hour meter (Ceased working at 1200 hours in 2010), tachometer, oil pressure, volt meter gauges.
Racor 500FG fuel filter/water separator with vacuum gauge display
Edson 28" wheel steering system with 28" destroyer wheel wrapped in Elk hide leather
Manual bilge pump
Automatic bilge pump
Engine throttle, shift lever and wheel brake are on the steering pedestal
Diesel fuel shut off valve
Manual cable and quadrant steering
Stainless Steel prop shaft
Transmission ratio 2:1
Raw water strainer
Proper bronze seacocks
Garwood Plug in Bilge (to drain bilge water when laid up for winter storage)
The U-shaped galley to starboard has storage galore, double stainless steel sinks near the center line with hot and cold pressure water
12 gallon, 110v AC/engine heated hot water heater
Large, insulated ice box that has been converted to a new 2012 Adler Barbour CU-100 refrigeration/freezer
Built in waste basket
2 Burner Stove with Oven
CNG oven and stove, with 2 certified tanks.
Electronics & Navigation
Raymarine Autopilot 7000 below decks unit
Raymarine Tri Data ST 60 Wind, Knot and Depth/water temp.
Richie Compass on Pedestal factory refurbished 2009
Datamarine LX 360 anemometer
ICOM M 422 VHF radio with RAM Mic at Helm
Alpine AM/FM/CD sound system with salon and cockpit speakers
12 V DC and 120 V AC electrical systems with 30 amp shore power cord (50 feet)
12 DC electrical panel with battery tester and circuit breakers
120 V AC electrical panel with circuit breakers
(3) 12 V DC Batteries (Exide Deep Cycle Lead Acid New 2012/13/14)
Battery Parallel Switch
Xantrex Truecharge 20 amp battery charger
55 amp alternator
Fully bonded electrical system
Sails and Rig
Standing rigging is 1X19 stainless steel wire
Harken genoa roller furler system
Inboard and outboard genoa tracks
Haarstick Main Sail with sail cover, good condition
Haarstick Jib 130% on roller furler, excellent condition (2007)
Sail area: 507 sq. ft.
Painted aluminum mast is keel stepped
Garhauer custom cabin top mainsheet traveler
2 Anderson 46ST Self tailing primary winches
3 Winch handles (2 are locking handles)
The head is to starboard with a (2010) Raritan Compact II marine toilet, stainless steel sink, hot & cold pressure water, molded counter top, large mirror, Whale Elegance faucet/handheld shower, teak shower grate, and independent shower sump pump, cabinet, and storage shelves, opening port
Raritan Compact II marine toilet, new 2010.
The Manual head discharges through a Whale diverter to a new holding tank.
Deck discharge and Y valve for overboard discharge
Trident sanitation hoses replaced in 2004.
Bruce 33lb anchor with 50’ chain with 250’ 3 strand New England line
Progress I windlass, New 2015
New Stainless steel double lifelines with port and starboard boarding gates
Five mooring cleats
Two Stainless Steel Dorade vents
Dodger with Sun awning
Fenders and dock lines
Flares, horn, 2 fire extinguishers, wood plugs
Navigation lights – Port and starboard running lights are up on the bow pulpit for good visibility. Stern light is mounted up on the stern rail. The steaming light/deck light is on the front of the mast
Cockpit cushions are custom made Bottom Siders
Teak folding cockpit pedestal table w/drink holder
Boarding ladder w/teak rungs
Teak toe rail
A steel cradle is included with the sale of this yacht
Numerous spares will convey
VC17 bottom paint
Maintenance & repair log
Sabre and other operating manuals
Owner's Brass Oil Lamp does not convey with the sale
Owners personal gear and tools do not convey with the sale
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.
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