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1992 Sabre Mark II Classic

17 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

“Windswept” is the last Sabre 34 ever built and she is in wonderful condition. Ferene Mate features Sabre Yachts as the “Worlds best Sailboats” in his classic 2003 book. She is literally hull #430 the last girl.
She is well equipped with roller furling,fully battened main with lazy jacks, stack pack, dodger, Bimini,Sea frost fridge, propane gas stove, oven, BBQ, Shoal draft wing keel,two gps,radar,wind,knots,depth…on and on.
If your looking for performance cursing in a easy manageable package you will not be disappointed in”Windswept”.

Canadians looking to sail the islands, look at this boat, give us a call and we will explain the benefits of buying your Sailer in the US.

Equipment on Board:

Electronics:
-Autohelm 4000
-Standard Horizon180i GPS
-Garmin 2006 WAAS
-Raytheon 10XX Radar
-ICOM M56 VHF

Electrical
-Raritan 30 amp battery charger
-70amp Balmar high output Alternator
-100 watt inverter
-dockside 110v
Deck Equipment
-35lb Delta fast set anchor 40′ chain 300′ rode
-self tailing winches
-Forespar whisker pole
-Custom Cockpit Cushions
-Force 10 BBQ
-Cockpit table

Sails
-2011 Knighton loose footed main with stack pack
-Main is Bainbridge Ocean Cursing Performance Dacron
-Harken rolling furled
-Knighton 130% Genoa excellant condition
-North 100% Genoa excellant condition

Mechanical
-Westerbeke 27 HP
-hot cold pressure water system
-A/C portable
-3 blade Maxi prop

Lots and lots of extras

 Sabre Mark II Classic
 Sabre Mark II Classic
 Sabre Mark II Classic
 Sabre Mark II Classic
 Sabre Mark II Classic
 Sabre Mark II Classic
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