1994 Sabre 362
The owner's stateroom is forward and features a large V-berth and a vanity sink (white laminate top) with wood framed mirror and seat. To port is a large cedar lined hanging locker. A deck hatch and two opening ports provide light and ventilation. Varnished cherry ceiling strips, trim, and doors along with green pit dot fabrics provide a warm and inviting space. A custom spring mattress has been fitted to the V berth.
A spacious and well thought out area, the main salon shows a level of detail and craftsmanship rarely seen in a yacht this size. Varnished cherry panels and trim, louvered cabinet doors, dovetailed drawers, and teak and holly cabin floors are a few of the highlights.
To port is an aft facing Navigation Station featuring a full array of electronics and easy electrical panel access. The chart table lifts for storage of charts, navigational tools, guidebooks etc. Theres a row of drawers below the nav table for more storage.
To starboard is an L-shaped settee with a fold up table. The table is securely mounted to the main bulkhead so that a large and comfortable space is created when it's folded against the bulkhead. When opened, it becomes a large table reaching across to the facing port side settee. Ample storage is found under the starboard settee where there are (3) group 27 batteries mounted. Under the portside bench is more storage with easy access in addition to a water tank. A Kerosene lamp is mounted on the the bulkhead for ambience at night.
More storage may be found above and behind both settees in the form of cabinets.
Green pin-point fabrics compliment the varnished cherry panels and teak and holly sole.
The private aft stateroom provides a comfortable space with a large double berth beneath the cockpit sole. Plenty of storage space can be found here including a cedar-lined hanging locker.
An easily maintained head with separate shower (H&C pressure water) stall is located aft of the Navigation Station w/ Raritan head, mirror, storage cabinet and tissue holder. This is a one-piece fiberglass unit with cherry trim.
The galley is designed for an active cruising family. A double SS sink with single faucet is situated close to the centerline so that it remains usable underway. A deep and well insulated Adler-Barbour Fridge Freezer is outboard of the sinks. Ample storage can be found outboard and above the counter.
|Hull and Deck|
The decks, cabin house, and cockpit are al off-white gelcoat with contrasting grey colored non-skid. Teak cabin house handrails to port and starboard and teak toe rails are the only exterior wood. Full stainless-steel bow pulpit, lifeline stanchions, and stern/cockpit rails provide safe and secure on-deck work.
|Sails and Rigging|
Hall Spars double spreader aluminum mast and boom, painted white
The T-shaped cockpit is deep and comfortable, with a 40" destroyer wheel mounted on an Edson pedestal steering and a sculptured helm seat for good vision over the house. The 362 cockpit is nearly 7 feet long and quite comfortable with its seat cushions. The Lewmar 48 self-tailing primaries are easily reached from the helm. There are small lockers astern and a larger locker to port. Sail controls are led aft to the end of the trunkhouse where there are stoppers and a pair of Lewmar Winches.
A swim platform is molded into the reversed transom and fitted with a ladder. A dodger with connector to Bimini in the roomy and comfortable cockpit. Sitting or standing at the steering pedestal, the captain has clear sight lines and the sail plan is clearly visible.
Ritchie Powerdamp 4" compass at helm station
30Amp shore power inlet with cord.
Westerbeke 32hp 3-cylinder diesel.
Custom Covers and Canvas custom winter frame and cover
|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.|
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Price Reduced by $10,000
The Sabre 362 is well designed and thought out classic cruiser/racer for the traditional sailor who is looking for a higher quality-built yacht. The 2 cabin arrangement is great for a family or couple featuring a large head with a separate shower stall. It also features a proper galley providing more than enough spaces for storage of your food, meal prep pots, pans, dishware and utensils. Theres also plenty of drawers and hanging lockers for your personal gear throughout the interior. The wing keel allows one to get into those tighter than normal anchorages and mooring spots with an electric windlass when needed. The reliable Westerbeke diesel has new hoses and runs great-only 670 hours-average of 29 per year. If youre a sailor looking for a well built yacht that has a more traditional look and feel, this 1994 Sabre 362 should be seen!