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1976 Sabre 28 II

18 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The deck and hull are in good shape I painted the deck nonskid a few years ago and it’s holding up very nicely. The boot stripe, pin stripe and lettering were redone less than two years ago. ($750)

The interior was updated in 1998 ($700)

The sails were replaced in 2006. 135% headsail, and the main has full no. 1 and 2 batten, made by cruising direct (North Sails) ($3500)

I installed a ridged boom vang ($250)

Installed INB genoa tracks ($50)

The boat is equipped with roller furling. ($1500 if replaced)

The spinnaker gear consists of: spinnaker, pole, sheets, extra two speed winches, and spinnaker tacker. ($3800)

The cockpit has cushions and is 6′ long, comfortable, and has bimini top with dodger attachment. ($1000 to make and install on a boat)

The dock lines and fenders are new. ($150)

The boat comes with tiller extension and Raymarine T2000 autopilot. ($700)

The Garmin GPS 172 is loaded with coastal Georgia Blue Chart data giving you all your detailed depth information and location at the same time. ($500)

Equipment on Board:

I built an instrument panel which contains the large 1/2/Both Rotary Battery Switch, DC & AC Outlet, Amp Meter, Volt Meter, Sniffer, Switch Panel. ($100)

All the accessible wiring has been replaced. ($200)

The VHF was replaced in 2002 ($250)

Richie Navigator Compass was replaced. ($300)

The batteries are new 2008 and 2009. ($70)

The bilge has two pumps, a small low amp and large Rule 2000 pump set on two separate height float switches with manual over ride. ($200)

A holding tank and new head were installed with a Y-valve allowing you to dump overboard or into the tank. ($300)

The wet exhaust was replaced in 2006. ($200)

The stuffing box housing was replaced in 2006. Watching that dried out and cracked hose vibrating always scared me. The propeller shaft was also replaced with stainless steel. ($200)

The gas tank was pulled out in 2002. Cleaned and painted. A new sending unit was installed.

The engine was replaced in 2008. ($4000) Closed Loop Cooling Added ($600)

Sabre 28 II
Sabre 28 II
Sabre 28 II
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Sabre 28 II
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Sabre 28 II
Sabre 28 II
Sabre 28 II
Sabre 28 II
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