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"Roger Hewson’s racer-cruiser gets high marks for performance. In 1985, after nearly a decade of building the popular Sabre 34, Sabre Yachts significantly revamped the design. The resulting boat—beamier, roomier, faster, and more powerful than the original—is usually referred to as the Sabre 34 Mark II." Practical Sailor
Escape the Madness is a nice example of this very popular design. Her bright, airy and open interior gives a nice roomy feel to the salon. The cockpit has good space that is well protected with the large dodger. This is a fantastic sailing yacht with many nice upgrades. She is in the water and ready to cruise now.
Contact: Scott Woodruff 954.701.1072/
Tim Kohl 203.233.9709
Construction Scantlings: Single skin gel coat over multiple layers of resin impregnated fiberglass. FRP transverse floors, FRP tabbed structural bulkheads and partitions. Cored hull above the load waterline.
Superstructure/Layout: Low trunk forward to aft cockpit/chain locker way forward then V-berths followed by port head, starboard hanging locker. The saloon is open with navigation station and quarter berth to starboard, and galley to port. Engine access is via companionway and associated joiner work.
At Navigation Station
The wrap-around galley is located at the base of the companionway steps outboard to port. The area features:
The salon is forward of the galley and features two custom upholstered settee's port and starboard with a fold down table with (2) fold up leafs allowing flexibility in the way the table is configured if there are (2) of you or (6) of you and what you are using the salon area for. Other features include:
The head is to port and forward of the salon with access through the salon. Laminated bulkheads allow for easy cleaning with solid wood trim. The head has:
Forward of the head is the forward cabin with a traditional v-berth with wedge infill for use as a double. The area also boasts:
Located at the base of the companionway steps to starboard the forward facing navigation station offers great work space:
Just aft of the navigation station to starboard, tucked under the cockpit is the oversized quarter berth. The area has:
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