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|LOA||36 ft 2 in|
|Length at Water Line||30 ft 5 in|
|Max Draft||4 ft 8 in|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||2 Blade|
|Engine usage (hours)||1406|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 34 gal (Aluminum)|
|Fresh Water Tanks||2 x 78 gal (Plastic)|
|Holding Tanks||1 x 24 gal (Plastic)|
"With her classic good looks, the Sabre 362 is certainly what's called a "proper yacht" ~ Chris Caswell commentary in Sail Magazine.
Following her debut, the Sabre 362 is already making waves. It is not difficult to see why. Visually the Sabre 362 is appealingly sleek with balanced ends, wide side decks, a low profile cabin and an athletic lanky double spreader rig. Performance-wise it is quick and easy to handle and responsive in a wide range of wind conditions..
Always a New England boat and stored inside by her prior two owners and in inside heated storage by her current owner, the stunning Sabre 362 has been nicely upgraded. Just five years ago under prior ownership she got all new canvas and injectors rebuilt but most recently three years ago, the current owner had her bright work stripped and refinished and before last winter installed all brand new electronics! Spring 2019 seller is having the bottom stripped and 2 coats of ablative anti fouling applied, she will be ready to go!
Forward Cabin offers 6'2" headroom with a 6'5" long V-berth and a seat and sink with mirror to starboard. Storage is in a cabinet and cedar-lined hanging locker aft to port, a cabinet aft to starboard, in three drawers below the berth, and along hull side fiddled shelves. An overhead opening hatch and two stainless opening cabin ports let in natural light and fresh air.
Main Salon offers 6'5" headroom with a 6'7" long L-shaped settee to starboard and a 6'3" long straight settee to port. The bulkhead-mounted salon table has a leaf that extends to accommodate both settees. It also folds up out of the way when not in use. Starboard L-settee pulls out to create a double berth. Storage is in four louvered cabinets and on fiddled shelves, as well as in cubbies behind seat backs to port and starboard. Light and air pour through an overhead opening hatch, two stainless opening cabin ports, and four fixed cabin ports.
The Navigation Station is aft facing, aft of the port settee. Large chart table is hinged and folds up to reveal storage.
A Fully Enclosed Head and Separate Shower Stall offers 6'1" headroom. Storage is behind tambour slider cabinet doors along the hull side above the sink, in a hull side cabinet in the shower stall, and below the shower seat. This area is kept well-lit and ventilated by a fixed cabin port and opening overhead hatch in the head area and an opening cabin port in the shower stall.
Aft Cabin has a bi-fold door for privacy, offers 6'1" headroom, and has a 6'5" long double berth. Storage here is in a cedar-lined hanging locker, and along a hull side shelf. Light and air flow through one opening cabin port outboard and two opening cabin ports that face the cockpit.
Galley offers 6'4" headroom and an L-shape configuration. Storage is along a hull side shelf, behind tambour slider cabinet doors, in two flip-down cabinets, one cabinet, and three drawers below the sink.
- 2-burner CNG stove and oven
- Double basin stainless steel sink
- Hot & cold pressure fresh water
- Manual fresh water
- Manual pump-out drain for ice box
- Adler Barber 12 V refrigeration
- Deep ice box with shelves
- Marinetics CNG solenoid
- Varnished cherry interior
- Teak & holly cabin sole in very good condition
- Blue fabric interior cushions in very good condition
- Pioneer CD/FM/AM stereo with speakers in salon and in cockpit
- Courtesy Lights
- Boston 6" brass clock & 4" brass barometer
- New Macerator 2014
Sails, Rigging, & Canvas
Keel stepped double spreader aluminum mast with 1x19 stainless steel wire rigging.
- Doyle Stack Pack for main, 2008
- Doyle 110% furling jib, 2008
- Original 135% furling Genoa
- Double spreader rig, mast Awlgripped white
- Harken Series II Roller furling for Genoa
- Whisker pole
- Hall rigid Quick Vang
- Lewmar 50 CST primaries, upgraded one size over standard
- Lewmar 30 CST Main halyard/reef winch
- Lewmar 24 C jib halyard winch
- Lewmar 30 CST Main sheet winch
- New dodger 2014
- Bimini new in 2010 with connector to dodger
- Harken traveler cars replaced 2014
- Spin pole storage mounted on mast 2014
- Goose neck replaced 2014
Wired for 12 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC service
12 Volt DC Electrical System
- Distribution panel with breakers
- Volt & Amp meters
- 2 Group 31 lead acid house batteries
- 1 Group 31 lead acid engine start battery
- 50 amp alternator
- Xantrex Link Lite battery monitor, new 2014
110 Volt AC Electrical System
- Distribution panel with breakers
- Volt & Amp meters
- 30 amp shore power inlet aft
- 50' 30 amp shore power cord
- 7 outlets
- Battery charger
- Water heater (also engine supplied)
Well equipped for coastal navigation with all electronics except the 2004 autopilot installed new in 2017.
- Raymarine E120 hybrid touch plotter/radar at helm, 2017
- (2) Raymarine i70r multi display in to port cockpit and 1 to starboard, 2017 (speed, depth, water temp)
- Raymarine i70 wind point & speed 2017 (speed, depth, water temp)
- Raymarine ST 6001+ autopilot, 2004
- Ritchie 6" binnacle mount magnetic compass
- 10" iPad wired to radar/plotter display
- Raymarine i70 multi at Navigation Station 2017 (speed, depth, water temp)
- Standard VHF Nova with DSC 2017
Westerbeke 35 B three-cylinder freshwater cooled diesel, 35 HP @3600 RPM turns a two blade fixed propeller on a 1-1/8" Aquamet stainless steel shaft.
- Hurth HBW-100-3 R transmission, 2.79:1 ratio
- Injectors rebuilt 2014
- Center line prop (not off set)
- Spurs line cutters
- New Forespar Y-valve
- New Macerator, 2014
- New salt water wash down at anchor locker 2014
- Electric bilge pump
- Manual bilge pump
- Fuel gauge at Navigation Station
Hull & Deck
Hand laid fiberglass hull with alternating layers of mat and knitted bi axial roving with with end grain balsa coring and with vinylester resin in the exterior laminate for superior blister resistance. The hull was Awlgripped Flag Blue in 2007. The bottom finish is a hard epoxy green anti fouling. The deck is single piece hand laid fiberglass with end grain balsa coring and with marine grade mahogany plywood in high stress areas with molded in beige non-skid on white gel coat. The gel coat is in very good condition as is the Awlgrip on the topsides. Moderate amounts of exterior varnished teak help accentuate the beauty of the Sabre 362. This includes a teak toe rail and brow which were stripped and refinished in 2016.
- 35 lb. Plow anchor with 300' of chain and line
- Spare Fortress anchor
- Cockpit table - varnished teak & holly
- Cockpit cushions - fitted, off-white Sunbrella with navy piping
- H&C cockpit shower
- 6 Type II Life jackets
- MOM 8A
- Horseshoe lifering
- Stern rail mounted outboard bracket
- 4 dock lines and 3 fenders with covers
Throughout this Sabre 362 it "stands tall", and given her many recent upgrades, it represents a very attractive value in the market.
"Following her debut, the Sabre 362 is already making waves. It is not difficult to see why. Visually the Sabre 362 is appealingly sleek with balanced ends, wide side decks, a low profile cabin and an athletic lanky double spreader rig. Performance wise it is quick and easy to handle and responsive in a wide range of wind strengths. From a cruiser's point of view it is roomy, stable, meticulously finished and intelligently outfitted."
~ Quentin Warren in Boat Reviews.
The preceding, coupled with the care of her current and recent owners, seems like a hard combination to beat!
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 agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.