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1989 Sabre 36

  • 36 ft
  • Cruiser
  • Rockport, ME, US

Yacht price :

$70,000
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  • Sabre 36 - Wild Violet - On Mooring
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  • Sabre 36 - Wild Violet - On Mooring
  • Sabre 36 - Wild Violet - On Mooring
  • Sabre 36 - Wild Violet - On Mooring
  • Sabre 36 - Wild Violet - On Mooring
  • Sabre 36 - Wild Violet - On Mooring
  • Sabre 36 - Wild Violet - On Mooring
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Overview

1989 Sabre 36
     "The Sabre 36 is a spirited cruiser-racer with a low profile cabin and striking reverse transom. Her interior layout is designed to allow comfort when cruising and efficiency when racing. The Sabre 36, sleeps seven, has spacious dinette seating area and a U-shaped galley. Her cockpit, deck, and interior layouts are ergonomically engineered to maximize sailing pleasure." ~ Sabre 36 Brochure
 
    Wild Violet presents as a much newer yacht. This yacht has seen years of dedicated maintenance, indoor storage and light usage. Last surveyed in July of 2017, the seller will make the survey available to interested buyers.

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Sabre
Model:
36
Year:
1989
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Rockport, ME, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Wild Violet
Boat Type:
Cruiser
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
Designer:
Roger Hewson
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
36 ft - 10.97 meter
LOA:
-
Beam:
11 ft 3 in - 3.43 meter
Draft - max:
12 ft 7 in - 3.83 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
-

Engine

Make:
Westerbeke
Model:
W27A
Year:
1989
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
1758
Cruise Speed:
7 MPH - 6.08 KTS
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Direct Drive
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
27 (Individual), 27 (combined)
Max Speed:
9 MPH - 7.82 KTS

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
30 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
60 gallons - 3 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
30 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
-
Total Berths:
-
Total Sleeps:
-
Total Heads:
1
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
-
Crew Berths:
-
Crew Sleeps:
-
Crew Heads:
-

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Descriptions

Construction
     "Hull
     The hull is a balsa cored hand laminated, fiberglass molding built with alternating layers of mat and woven roving with unidirectional roving and additional reinforcement in high stress areas. The interior is constructed with handcrafted wood using meticulous boatbuilding techniques.
 
     Deck
     The deck is hand laminated fiberglass with balsa core stiffening and nonkid deck surfaces molded in. Toerails and handrails are teak. The companionway hatch has a fiberglass spray hood for foul weather protection. There is a sliding main hatch constructed of tinted acrylic with a teak frame. Two large aluminum framed hatches with translucent Lexan panels, four recessed fixed ports, and two opening ports provide light and ventilation in the forward and main cabins. An easily accessed foredeck anchor well simplifies the handling of ground tackle. Other standard features include a welded stainless steel double rail bow pulpit and stern rail, four dorado vents, two gates and braced stanchions, and double lifeline." ~ Sabre 36 Brochure   
 
Hull and Deck
     Hull:
  • Aristo blue Awlgripped hull topsides
  • Gold cove stripe
  • Double red boottop
  • Bottom blasted ~ 2014
  • (2) coats of Interprotect 2000 ~ 2014
  • White epoxied bottom
     Deck:
  • Light gray fiberglass decks
  • Double stainless steel bow rails
  • Double stainless steel stern rails
  • Double lifelines
  • (2) Deck hatches with wood-framed screens
  • Large 7'4" T-shaped self-bailing cockpit with raised helmsman's seat
  • Twin access hatches to large lazarette locker
  • Large cockpit storage under starboard seat
  • Large Edson pedestal wheel, with Elkhide cover and binnacle
  • Emergency tiller
  • Engine oil pressure, water temp, tachometer, and fuel gauge
  • Teak cockpit table and drink holder at binnacle
  • Dark blue Sunbrella Dodger by Hallett
  • Wheel can come off and fits on stern rail
  • Centerboard cable ~ Replaced in 2009 and checked in 2014
  • Fuel tank removed and cleaned ~ 2015
  • Larger cockpit scuppers installed
  • Stainless steel stanchions ~ rewedded 2014
  • (4) Stainless steel dorade ventilators
  • Deck bow anchor locker and stainless steel bow roller
  • Cetol-finished teak exterior trim
  • Glass installed in larger portlights ~ 2011
  • (7) Opening portlights ~ New in 2015
Rigging
     Standing Rigging:
  • Awlgripped white Hall Spars, mast and boom (keel stepped) ~ Repainted 2012
  • Stainless steel rod rigging
     Running Rigging:
  • Whisker pole
  • Harken roller furler for Genoa ~ 2015
  • Genoa halyard and spinnaker pole topping lift ~ 2015
  • Navico hydraulic backstay.
  • Chainplate and chainplate deck covers ~ Rebedded chainplates in 2015 new covers in 2017
  • Inboard genoa tracks.
  • Harken mainsheet traveller
  • Rigid boom vang
  • All halyards led aft to cockpit
     Winches:
  • (2) Lewmar 46 S.T. sheet winches
  • (2) Lewmar 40 S.T. secondary sheet winches
  • (3) Lewmar 30 S.T. halyard winches
  • (1) Lewmar 24 mainsheet winch
Sails
  • Anson mainsail with three sets of reef points ~ 2005
  • Anson 110% working jib ~ 2005 sunshield renewed 2013
  • Red nylon MPS with sock
  • Pink asymmetrical spinnaker with sock
Engine and Mechanical
  • Westerbeke W-27, 4 cylinders, 27 hp diesel, FWC, with 1702 hours as seen on the hour meter
  • Engine manifold and 4 new glow plugs ~ 2015
  • Four injectors and new head gasket installed ~ Rebuilt and installed in 2015
  • Stainless steel  shaft ~ 2015
  • Two bladed bronze folding prop ~ 2015
  • Steering and new brake kit ~ Serviced 2014
  • Cutlass bearing and new PSS shaft seal O-rings ~ 2014
  • Bronze seacocks
  • Starter ~ 2014
  • Fuel pump ~ 2014
  • Transmission and damper plates rebuilt ~ 2014
  • Racor 500 fuel filter
Electronics
     Helm:
  • Garmin GPSmap 5208 chartplotter
  • Raymarine 6000 autopilot
  • Ram mic
  • Ritchie compass
     Cockpit:
  • (3) Garmin GMI 20 multifunction displays
     Companionway:
  • Furuno radar display on swingout bracket
     Navigation Station:
  • ICOM M504 marine VHF 
  • Garmin 225 GPS-Plotter
     Back Stay:
  • Furuno closed array radar dome
  • Questus mount for radar dome
Electrical
     12-Volt DC Electrical System:
  • Nova 12-volt distribution panel
  • (3) Trojan AGM deep cycle batteries
  • (1) Group 24 starting battery
  • Battery switch at helm
  • Balmar high output alternator
     110-Volt AC Electrical System:
  • Nova 110-volt distribution panel
  • 30 amp shore power service
  • Shore power cable
  • Xantrex inverter and battery monitor
  • 6-Gallon hot water heater off engine or off 110V
Accommodations
     The Sabre 36 has accommodations for seven in two cabins with standing headroom of 6’3”. The forward cabin has two 6’6” Vee berths with a filler cushion to form a double bed. There are large storage compartments and hanging lockers.
 
     The head compartment has a new 2012 Raritan head with new plumbing hoses and holding tank installed, vanity with sink and foot pump, spacious lockers and a shower with pressurized hot and cold water. Opposite the head compartment are two large hanging lockers.
 
     The main cabin has a U shaped dinette to port which converts to a double berth. The settee opposite the dinette is a single settee berth, plus there's a large double quarter berth aft of the Navigation station. Outboard storage lockers and shelves line the main cabin. The berth cushions are an attractive navy blue velour-type cushion. The interior has been upgraded with a varnished teak interior with a gloss varnished teak sole.
 
     Cabin courtesy lights - some have been changed to LED lights. Forward cabin sole has been refinished. Curtains on all ports. Brass reading lights.
 
Galley
     The galley is to port opposite the nav station.
  • Sea Frost engine driven refrigeration
  • Hot and cold pressurized fresh water system
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • 2-Burner Regal gimballed CNG stove with oven
  • (2) CNG bottles
Tankage
Fuel:
  • 30 gallons in one aluminum tank
Water:
  • 60 gallons in three poly tanks
 Holding:
  • 30 gallons in one poly tank
  • Direct overboard discharge
  • Deck pumpout (no macerator pump)
Additional Equipment
  • LED lights below and on mast and nav lights
  • 25 lb CQR plow anchor
  • 20' Stainless steel chain and 300' anchor rode
  • Fortress anchor with rode (as secondary anchor)
  • Lifesling
  • Manual and electric bilge pump
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Edson outboard bracket.
  • Brass Chelsea clock and
  • Brass Chelsea barometer

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Disclaimer: 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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate 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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