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This Sabre 38 MKII Keel/CB has enjoyed a very high level of care and frequent equipment upgrades under her current long term ownership since 1991(please read the full specs for details). Typical of New England boats she is stored out of the water eight months a year. Since 2009 that has been in inside heated storage. These two stateroom performance cruisers afford spacious accommodations and wonderful sailing characteristics. For those who envision being in a slip, the fact that she has a bow thruster will be a huge plus!
1989 2000.00 HRS
1989 2000.00 HRS
Max Draft: 4'3"/8'
The Sabre 38 MK II accommodates up to seven in a two stateroom layout with 6'-4" headroom throughout (all berths & settees are 6'-6") with a full varnished teak interior with varnished teak and holly sole. There is abundant natural light and ventilation given her four large fixed ports and eleven opening ports along with three polished stainless steel dorades and two large and four smaller hatches. Artificial lighting is equally well addressed with swivel style reading lamps at each berth/settee as well as several overhead dome style lamps.
Starting forward is the Master Stateroom featuring a generous V-Berth below which there are large cargo drawers. Above the berth the hull is lined with varnished ash "ceilings" and a full length teak storage shelf. Aft and to starboard is a hanging locker while opposite to port is a dressing seat with storage under and two lockers outboard as well as a small vanity and sink with H&C pressure water.
Next aft is the Main Salon with L-Settee that makes out into a double berth to port and straight settee to starboard. Both settees have tankage and some storage under. Behind the settees there is storage as well as in teak lockers and shelves above. Dining is from a foldaway table that stows at the forward bulkhead when not in use. Hidden behind the table is a glass/storage rack.
The aft facing Nav. Station is just aft of the starboard settee and features a bench seat, flip top type chart table with chest of drawers below. The yacht's electrical distribution panels are above as are navigational instruments and storage in two lockers.
Opposite the L-Shaped galley detailed below while aft is the Head featuring vanity with stainless steel sink with H&C pressure water, separate shower area draining to its own sump, manual w.c. plumbed via a Y-Valve to the holding tank.
Aft of the galley is the private Aft Cabin with queen width berth above where the hull is lined with varnished "ceilings" and then under deck lockers. Forward of the berth is a dressing seat outboard and then a large hanging locker.
Generous storage and counter space are found in the L-Shaped galley which is to port with Formica topped counters with deep double basin stainless steel sink with pressure and manual fresh water. Large icebox with Seafrost refrigeration upgraded 2006. Regal gimballed 4 burner CNG stove with oven.
Aluminum mast and boom Awlgripped white with rod rigging. Mast head height is 55'-6" not including head gear. The following replacements have been done to the rig: mast splice inspected 2010, new upper spreader tips 2011, new top spreaders 2013, new lower spreader tips 2013, new rod headstay and backstay and intermediate stays 2017. The following running rigging has been replaced: Mainsheet 2014, Jib halyard 2013, reef line 2017 and outhaul line, Main halyard 2013
(Every other year the primary canvas goes to the sail maker for cleaning and service.)
Electronic equipment is located at both the Nav. Station and the helm, fully equipped for coastal cruising.
Wired for 12 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC, service.
12 VOLT DC
110 VOLT AC
Freshwater cooled Westerbeke 38B turns a 3 bladed 16" Maxprop on a 1" shaft.
Single unit end grain balsa cored hand laminated fiberglass hull with Vinyl Ester Resin in the exterior laminate for superior osmotic blistering resistance. The hull is was Awlgripped Aristo Blue in 1996 and kept waxed with the Awlcare wax system as appropriate and still is in very good condition. The bottom is finished with ablative anti fouling. Single unit hand laminated fiberglass deck with end grain balsa coring and marine grade plywood coring in areas of high stress with two tone finish, moon dust molded in non-skid on white. Teak trim accents finished with Cetol clear in the cockpit area while for ease of maintenance the toe rails, grab rails and brow have been stripped a few years ago and left bare.
Large 8'+ cockpit with sail locker to port and good sized lazarette aft. The cockpit coamings and other brightwork was stripped and refinished in 2017. Edson pedestal steering. Wide side decks lead forward. Recessed anchor locker, double life lines with s/s stanchions, s/s pulpit and pushpit. Bow roller and built in swim ladder.
This Sabre 38 MKII has had great care under the current long term second ownership. She has been seasonally used in New England and under both owners and has been stored inside during the off season since 2009. Given her extensive upgrading, we believe she is very attractively priced and should be seriously considered by those looking for a great performing cruising sailboat affording the privacy that a two stateroom layout offers. A huge plus for those who would be keeping her dockside is the bow thruster.
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