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Irish Myst is a true sailing classic. She was built in 1984 by Sabre Yachts in Maine - a company well-known for their craftsmanship. The Sabre 34 Mk 1 combines excellent sailing performance with comfortable cruising accommodations, making this a great boat for daysailing with friends or family, racing with the club, or waking up in a secluded cove. The interior has hand-fitted teak joinery and a teak-and-holly sole, enclosed head, full galley with refrigeration, and a chart table.
While currently located in Rockland, Maine, this boat spent most of her years on Lake Champlain. The current owner has refinished the interior, Awl-Gripped the hull, replaced the interior cushions, and updated the instruments.
Boat name: Irish Myst
Builder: Sabre Yachts
Designer: Roger Hewson
LOA: 33' 8"
LWL: 26' 3"
Beam: 10' 6"
Draft: 5' 6"
Displ: 11800 lbs
Ballast: 4600 lbs
Sail area: 507 sq ft
Descending the companionway ladder, brings you to the galley on starboard and the nav station on port. The galley is U-shaped with a double stainless-steel sink on the forward part. A 3-burner CNG stove with oven occupies the outboard part of the galley, and is gimbaled for use underway. The icebox/refrigerator in located aft of the stove. On Irish Myst, there is an engine-driven Sea Frost refrigeration unit that makes buying ice unnecessary (other than for drinks). Finishing out the galley is a large dish locker with sliding doors outboard of the stove, a concealed trash can under the counter, and storage below the sink.
The nav station to port consists of a chart table with a lift-up top and drawers in it's inboard face. One of these drawers is the special Sabre tool drawer. Below these drawers is a factory-installed third battery. Outboard of the chart table is a locker with sliding doors, and a shelf above that. There is a quarter berth that serves as the chart table seat, and is a great place for the navigator to sleep.
In the main cabin, we find settees port and starboard, with book shelves and lockers outboard of them. A teak table is folded against the main bulkhead to starboard of the mast. When the table is lowered, a magazine rack is exposed. The table has a leaf that hinges up on the port side. With this leaf down, the passage to the head and forward cabin is unimpeded - with it up, the port settee can be used for dining. Both settees also make fine bunks.
The enclosed head is forward of the main bulkhead, on the starboard side. Opposite is a hanging locker. The head is well-appointed with a stainless-steel sink, varnished wood trim, and a hand-held shower.
Finally, you come to the forward cabin. In this space is a V-berth with a filler cushion to make it a double. There is a shelf on each side above the berth, and drawers below. A translucent deck hatch lets in light, along with an opening port of each side. A solid door gives privacy to this space.
Returning to the companionway, the engine can be easily accessed by removing the steps and lifting off a section of the counter top.
27HP Westerbeke W27 fresh water-cooled diesel with less than 1100 hrs. of use
20 gallon aluminum fuel tank
Racor fuel filter/water separator
Hot water heater (2008)
Sea Frost engine-driven refrigeration
Martec 2 blade folding prop (factory rebuilt in 2008)
Water: two 22 gallon plastic tanks under the settees
Fuel: one 20 gallon aluminum tank under the cockpit sole
Holding: one 24 gallon plastic tank
Electric/heat exchanger hot water heater (2008)
Two battery banks with selector switch; one battery in bank 1, two batteries in bank 2
Breaker panel next to companionway
20A dual-bank charger
Electric hot water heater
Foghorn plug in anchor locker (connected to Raymarine VHF)
12V outlet in anchor locker
Red LED light to illuminate anchor locker
Raymarine depth, speed, and wind instruments with displays in cockpit
Raymarine C70 chartplotter on pedestal guard at helm
Simrad autopilot connected to Raymarine instruments
Raymarine VHF at nav station
Ritchie compass on pedestal
Raritan PH2 head (2013)
Y-valve to select holding tank or overboard discharge
Deck pump-out fitting
Standing rigging is 1x19 stainless steel wire
Harken roller furler for genoa
Hydraulic backstay adjuster operable from helm
varnished ash shroud rollers
Inboard and outboard genoa tracks
Inboard genoa tracks have Garhauer blocks and adjustment system
Pope Sails full battened mainsail with cover, new 2015
Lazyjack system that can be pulled forward along the boom and mast
140% Shore Sails genoa with green sunshield
80% Shore Sails jib
Shore Sails drifter
Whisker pole for use with drifter
Painted aluminum mast is keel stepped
Manson 25 lb Supreme anchor (new 2013) on bow roller with chain/rope rode
Two anchor rodes; primary is 225' of 5/8" 8-strand line and 20' of 3/8" chain (new 2014)
secondary is 250' of 5/8" 3-strand line and 20' of 3/8" chain
Lewmar electric windlass in anchor locker below foredeck (accessed through hatch)
Main halyard and topping lift led aft to cockpit
Flexible solar panel secured to deck forward of mast
Bimini with clear panel to connect with dodger, 2002
Boarding ladder with teak rungs on transom
Cockpit cushions, 2002
Folding teak cockpit table with drink holders
Teak grate on cockpit sole
Teak toerails and handrails
Hull painted with AwlGrip in 2009
Hard bottom paint
Force 10 BBQ grill on stern pulpit
Outboard motor bracket on stern pulpit
Extra, smaller wheel stored on stern pulpit. Used to provide easier movement around pedestal when at anchor.
Fenders and dock lines
Factory-installed third battery (in bank #2)
Two sets of interior cushion covers - one set is 2 years old, other is 5 years
Full canvas winter cover from Top Shop of Canada (2012)
9 sailboat stands for winter storage
Sabre and other operating manuals
Owner's personal gear and tools do not convey
The owner also has 2 moorings that are available for separate purchase - one is in Rockland harbor and the other is at Swan's Island. Both have been serviced on a yearly basis.
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.
Po Box 17141
Aboard SV Windswept at Marina Jack Sarasota
Sarasota, FL 34276