The Sabre 32 is a popular Maine built sailing vessel that is well constructed and sails very well accommodating up to six people in a comfortable cabin. Shearwater is in excellent condition with recent bulkhead mounted chart-plotter and nice clean cushions below. If you are looking to let the mooring go and just go sailing this boat is the one.
Please contact Spencer Drake at 207-846-4545
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In the forward cabin is a private 6'4" V berth that converts to a double with a filler piece. The head includes a vanity sink with foot pump, pressurized hot and cold shower with an electric sump pump. The main cabin has a fixed dinette table with cushions in excellent condition. There are 6'4" berths port (double) and starboard, a large quarter-berth with navigation station along with the electronic control panel. Lots of storage space available with lockers, drawers and magazine rack. The sole is teak and holly with varnished mahogany throughout the cabin.
The Galley is U shaped with Formica counter tops with teak trim. A 2 burner gimbaled, CNG stove with oven. A deep stainless steel sink with H/C pressurized water. The large well insulated ice box has a an overboard discharge pump.
Garmin 640 at Helm
Garmin GPS Map 4208 chartplotter on bulkhead
Garmin Radar on mast
Raymarine Smart Pilot autopilot
Raymarine marine depth sounder
Ritchie binnacle mounted compass
Horizon VHF radio with mast mounted antenna
Horizon AM/FM radio
The 12 volt system has 2 batteries
Disconnect battery switch
Bulkhead mounted light
4 bulkhead lights
Aqua Signal chart table light with dimmer
Hull & Deck
The deck is hand laminated fiberglass with a balsa core and molded non-skid surface. The toerails, handrails, coaming caps and trim are solid teak. The companionway hatch has a fiberglass spray hood for protection in foul weather and screens. There are 2 hatches and screens and 4 opening ports with screens, and 3 dorade and one solar vents for ventilation. The bottom was just painted for spring commissioning
Flag with teak pole
Danforth with chain and undetermined length of rode
Self tailing Genoa winches
Two Halyard winced on House top
Transom boarding ladder
Lifesling MOB system
Lifelines with 2 opening gates
Double rail bow pulpit
Teak drink holder
CNG locker with 2 tanks
All seacocks are bronze and grounded to the keel. A heavy duty lightning ground system connects the mast, chainplates, engine, fuel tank, fuel fill and strut to the keel. 2 water tanks provide fresh water storage for 63 gallons and an additional tank of 30 gallons. There is a diaphragm bilge pump (2000) is recessed into the cockpit wall.
Sails and Rigging
Fully battened mainsail
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.