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Super clean and updated inside and out! This classic Sabre has been well cared for by her owner of many years. The centerboard keel allows access to shallower waters.
She has to be seen to be truly appreciated. Please see the full specifications for the long list of upgrades and details.
The Sabre 34 has comfortable accommodations for six in two cabins. The forward cabin has two 6'4" v-berths with a filler to form a double, plus large storage compartments, drawers and lockers. The head has a toilet, vanity and sink with H/H shower. Across from the head is a large hanging locker beside a chest of three drawers. The main cabin has berths port and starboard plus a large airy quarter-berth all with storage below. The starboard berth converts to a wide double. All berths are 6'4" long with fabric covered 4" mattresses. There are deep storage lockers behind the hinged berth backs The double leaf table folds up against a rack on the main bulkhead. Teak handrails are located throughout the cabin.
The u-shaped galley has a gimballed two burner stovetop and oven, double stainless sink, a well insulated ice-box and abundant storage.
The nav station located across from the galley provides a large work surface and plenty of room for chart and other storage.
The large self-bailing cockpit is designed for maximum comfort on long cruises with careful attention to the correct seat, backrest and footwell dimensions. There are two large storage lockers as well as a convenient storage bin under the port seat. The helm is equipped with a 28" wheel, compass and engine controls and chart plotter and of course teak cup holders. Protection from the elements is provided by a canvas dodger with connector and bimini.
Hull: The hull is a single unit hand laminated fiberglass molding with additional reinforcement in high stress areas.
Deck and Rig: The deck is fiberglass with a balsa core and a molded in nonskid surface. The toe rails, hand rails and trim are all teak. All teak is in good condition and all fiberglass surfaces are in good condition. There is a large anchor locker on the foredeck. A welded double bow pulpit, stanchion posts, and stern rails serve to keep the crew on board. The cockpit sole had the core core removed and replaced with solid glass.
Power is provided by the reliable 27 hp four cylinder fresh water cooled diesel. The galley top and companionway remove for easy engine access. Notable features include:
Tempest is equipped with a nice electronics package including auto pilot, chart plot and AIS. Inventory includes: