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The Sabre 36 was a terrific boat for her vintage and she has definitely stood the test of time. This is one of those special boats. We sold the boat new to an extremely knowledgeable owner. He has kept her out back in our yard at the same slip since he took delivery in 1988. His maintenance program is stunning. Every season the boat is stripped bare of everything that can physically be removed and every thing is cleaned inside and out. Then in the spring the entire process is begun again in meticulous and organized order. He is literally aboard daily in his pursuit of caring for this boat.
We will be sad to see this boat go..
I cannot recommend a boat in any higher regard than this Sabre 36.
Specs, Equipment & Information
Displacement: 13,200 lbs
Ballasts: 5,400 lbs
Fuel: 30 gallons
Water: 89 gallons
Holding: 30 gallons
Accommodations and Layout
West'stern can sleep up to seven people utilizing the forward cabin (two person) a double quarter berth aft and arrangements for up to three in the main saloon. The forward cabin with pine ceiling has a double V-berth (and insert) with shelving outboard port and starboard. A hanging locker is located to starboard. Opening Bowmar hatch and two opening ports provide ambient light and ventilation. The dual access head and shower is aft the forward cabin and to port. It is equipped with vanity (storage beneath), shower , teak floor grating over sump, integral garbage bin, storage lockers and opening port. The marine toilet has a thirty gallon holding tank which is fitted with a Y-valve and macerator for overboard discharge and or deck pump out. To starboard opposite the head is another full size hanging locker above which is an opening port. A privacy door can be utilized to separate the forward cabin from the other living area on the yacht. The main saloon has a single settee/berth to starboard and to port is a U shaped settee/ dinette. The teak table drops to create a double berth. The upholstery is navy blue with white stippling. The saloon also features latticed teak cabinets and shelves outboard, two opening ports, five fixed and a Bowmar hatch. There are screens for all opening ports and hatches. The U shaped galley is situated to port and is equipped with a double stainless steel sink, top load ice box, 12 -volt Adler Barbour refrigerator/freezer, pressure hot and cold with 12 and 77 gallons respectively. There is also a manual freshwater pump, if need be. Ample storage lockers and drawers for provisions. There is a two burner gimballed CNG stove with oven. Beneath the oven is a drawer for pots and pans. The two CNG tanks are located in a dedicated aft cockpit locker. Aft and to starboard is a navigation station with chart light, a lift top chart table and desk with three drawers (one of which is dedicated to the custom Sabre toolkit).The instrument/electronic panel and navigation instruments are outboard with shelves and storage cabinet at hand. There is additional storage below the table. Aft the navigation station is the double quarter berth, the forward end of which serves as a seat for the chart table. The interior finish and trim is oiled solid teak. The cabin sole is vanished teak and holly. 110 volt outlets in forepeak and main saloon.
Deck and Hull Construction and Equipment
The hull is constructed with balsa cored hand laminated fiberglass (alternate layers of mat and uni-directional roving). At areas where extra strength is required Sabre have made additional re-enforcement. The deck is hand laminated fiberglass over a balsa core with tan colored molded non- skid. She has a fin keel and spade rudder. There are two deck hatches, six opening ports, two chrome dorade vents, two cockpit lockers, two aft lazarettes. The cockpit is also equipped with a shower, and has a teak table, plastic drink holder and a floor of teak grating. Double lifelines with gates port and starboard. Stern mounted swim ladder. Teak handrails and toe rail (with mid- rail shocks). Stainless steel bow pulpit and rails. Annual application of high gloss varnish to external teak. Dark blue closed cell foam cockpit cushions.
Sails and Rigging
All sails are recent and in exceptional condition. Including a cruising spinnaker. Keel stepped aluminium mast and boom. Double spreaders. Stainless steel rod rigging. Recent running rigging.
Sail area: 612 square feet.
Canvas: Dodger with attachable cockpit awning.
In cockpit: Two Lewmar #48 primary self-tailing winches. Two Lewmar #40 secondary self- tailing winches.
On cabin house roof: Two Lewmar #24 winches. One #16 Lewmar winch
On mast: Two Lewmar #16 winches and two Lewmar #8 winches
Lewmar line clutches
Adjustable jib lead cars
Harken turning blocks for jib sheets
Recent stainless steel Furlex roller furling
Electronics and Navigation
Recent Furuno Radar/GPS
Data marine speed/log A181
Data marine depthmeter A181
Data marine apparent wind direction and speed
Data marine Loran/CDX
Ritchie SP5 compass at binnacle
Horizon MST 6000CD player
12-Volt DC and 110 volt AC (via shore power) systems
Automatic battery charger
Electric bilge pump
30 amp shore power chord
AC outlets in cabins
Engine and Mechanical Details
Fresh water cooled Westerbeke W-27 diesel, with impeccable service
Edson steering wheel
Automatic bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Additional Items and Sundries
West'stern has continually been upgraded and maintained. She has seen light use and is in exceptional condition.
Rocka anchor 20 foot chain rode and 120 feet nylon leader
Horse shoe life rings
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.