About this Sailboat:
Ultramarine is a 1974 Sabre 28. I’ve owned her since the summer of 2007 and love her a lot. I’ve sailed her in the Annapolis area of the Chesapeake Bay. She is tough and quick, and easy to handle. She has wheel steering and sail controls convenient to the helm (mainsheet traveller is mounted on the transom and genoa sheets are controlled from Lewmar 40ST winches on the cockpit sole). As with all Sabres, she is well built, pretty to look at, and sails well. Topside, she has a teak toerail, eyebrow, and cockpit sole. Belowdecks, the cabin is all nice teak; very classy.
Equipment on Board:
Sails: 150% genoa, mainsail, both in fair to good condition. Engine: Atomic 4 gas-powered engine. Electric: starter battery and deep-cycle house battery. Habitability: large icebox, alcohol stove, two sinks, full head, V-berth forward, quarterberth port side aft, pull-out setee on port side of salon, fold-down table, cupholders for cockpit, Weems and Plath ship’s clock and barometer. Safety Gear: 2 Mustang Survival hydrostatically inflated harnesses/PFDs with strobes and safety lanyards, bosun chair, nylon jacklines, Lifesling 2, flare gun, life jackets, first aid kit, more. Tankage: 20 gallons water, 18 gallons fuel.