This is the last Sabre 34 ever built and she is in great condition. Ferenc Mate features Sabre Sailing Yachts as one of the "World's Best Sailboats" in his 2003 Classic book. She is literally hull #430 and only one of four built in 1992.
She is well equipped with roller furling, full battened main with lazy jacks, stack pack, dodger, bimini and full boat deck cover. Good ground tackle, Max Prop, Sea Frost refrigeration, Propane gas stove, oven and barbecue grill. She has Shoal draft wing keel, and electronics including wind, knot and depth and two GPS units, loran and radar!
Westerbeke diesel, marine head and holding tank and gobs of storage for a 34 footer make this Sabre a real find.
If you are looking for performance cruising in an easily manageable package you will not be disappointed in "Windswept"!
Whether you are planning to buy or sell your next yacht, give me a call and I’ll show you how I will work with you to reach your goals. See our website; www.windsweptyachtsales.com and take a look at what other satisfied clients are saying about us! For further details please contact Alan Pressman at 941-350-1559 or e-mail inquiries to AlanPWYS@gmail.com.
Builder: Sabre Designer: Roger Hewson
LOA: 34.17 feetLWL: 28.25 feetBeam: 11.17 feet
Bridge Clearance: 52 feet
Max Draft: 4'6" Wing
Westerbeke 30B 3 Less than 2700 hours
Total Power: 27 HP
Racor Fuel Filter/Water Separator
Fresh Water: 76 (2)
Holding: 38 with Macerator Pump
Windswept was featured on the Practical Sailor magazine May 2013 and was noted to be in exceptional condition. She got a rave review from the editor!
Sabre construction is unique in this era of modern production cruisers. Her wing keel is lead--not iron. She is built the old fashioned "sticks" method, with a hull joined to a deck with an inner turning flange and with all interior components built up by hand on encapsulated stringers, and wood cabinetry with all bulkheads glassed in to the hull. No "pans" are used in this vessel. This makes for a light and strong hull/deck unit with no unnecessary weight used. Sabre construction is more akin to methods used by high end custom builders than to production sailboat manufacturers. The Main Salon is amidship and features a single settee to starboard, a pull-out convertible double settee to port and a bulkhead mounted teak table. Outboard of both settees are large storage lockers and bookshelves. Water tanks and additional storage are beneath. The Navigation Station is aft to starboard. The Galley is opposite to port. The entire interior is finished in oiled teak with teak and holly cabin sole and newer aqua green upholstery. Excellent ventilation is provided throughout with stainless steel opening ports(6), chromed dorade vents (4) and overhead hatches (2). All opening ports, hatches and companionway have screens. Headroom is 6'3" and there is an AM/FM/CD stereo with 2 speakers in the salon (and 2 in the cockpit with speaker selector/fader control). In 1992, Sabre enlarged the storage areas behind the settees and were able to conceal the robust stainless steel main upper shroud chainplates. With the opening of a storage locker, they can be easily inspected.
Folding table mounted on the port bulkhead stays out of the way and opens up the salon when stored. When folded down, it can serve as a half wide table or can be folded out to its full salon width. The usual Sabre bulkhead storage rack is concealed when the table is secured up and out of the way on the bulkhead.
The Head is forward on portside with Hot/Cold pressure shower, manual marine toilet (new head pump unit 4/10 and new marine sanitation hoses 10/09) with pvc holding tank, vanity with stainless sink, mirror and locker storage. Opposite to starboard is a large hanging locker.
Forward is a v berth with insert that will make a surprisingly large bunk forward when the insert and cushion is in place. Shelving abounds in this forward stateroom with drawers and storage hatches beneath.
Aspenlight interior lights over galley and nav station (2 intensity--both white and red for night vision).
2 Bomar MIBO deck hatches in salon
4 stainless steel dorade vents and deck plates
4 main cabin fixed port lights with Marguard Lexan
6 opening ports with screens
Acrylic sliding companionway hatch with fiberglass spray hood and solid teak hatch boards. Canvas companionway cover with isinglass window for use in rain.
Screened hatch boards for companionway
Custom stainless ports in mainsalon, head and forward cabins (6).
Plath Atlantic Clock and Barometer.
Forward cabin has 6'4" length V Berth with filler.
Aft Cabin with double berth.
All Berths Provided with 4" foam cushions (main cabin berth as 4 1/2" foam).
Lee cloths for both salon berths.
Louvered teak doors in main cabin berth backs.
Custom Window Shades
Fully equipped Sabre trademark tool drawer
Galley is U shaped to port with generous storage.
Double centerline stainless steel sink with H/C pressure water and supplemental cold water manual foot pump.
Storage behind the range, and forward below the countertops.
Substantial refrigerator box with engine driven Sea Frost refrigeration and 12 VDC recirculating fan.
Under counter waste basket with wood top.
Propane 2 burner stove and oven with safety solenoid switch. Removable counter top creates more counter space with when range not in use.
Autohelm 4000 Autopilot (new drive belt installed 2010)
B&G depth/speed-knot/Quad data. Repeater at nav station.
Standard Horizon 180i Color GPS Chartplotter (New 2010) mounted at helm on articulated mount.
Garmin 2006 WAAS GPS Chartpotter with West Coast, FL map cartridge.
Raytheon 10XX Radar
Questus backstay radar mount
AM/FM/CD player with 2 salon mounted and 2 cockpit mounted speakers with switch and fader control
ICOM M56 VHF Radio
Raritan 30 amp battery charger
(4) Trojan Upgrade 400 AH 6 volt golf cart type battery bank (two banks- 4 Batteries) New December 2014.
70 amp Balmar high output alternator
Balmar Maxcharge Multi Stage Regulator
Dockside 30 Amp shore power cord
100 Watt portable Inverter.
33 lb Spade with 40' 5/16" G4 Chain and 300 feet nylon rode
35 lb Delta Fast Set anchor with 40 ft chain and 300 ft Nylon rode.
Fortress FX 23 with 22 ft chain and 165 feet nylon rode.
New (2013) custom dodger on stainless frame with clear acrylic windows
Cockpit bimini on stainless frame in very good condition
New bimini cover 2012
Full custom made boat awning (no poles needed)
Top of the line Double Spreader HALL SPAR Mast and Boom; white awlgrip finish
Hall Spar Quickvang
Mast is keel stepped.
Keel is lead with antimony for strength.
Self Tailing Lewmar winches on Mast and in cockpit for genoa sheets.
Out board motor mount at stern.
Masthead tricolor light (new 2012).
Mast head strobe light
Forespar line controlled whisker pole
Transom Boarding Ladder with teak steps
Custom Cockpit Cushions made of textilene
Perko Fishing rod holder
Force 10 Propane BBQ Grill rail mounted
Varnished Cockpit Table/binocular holder on Pedestal
Horseshoe ring buoy Life Sling MOB in soft case
New (2011) Knighton loose footed Full Batten Mainsail with stack pack sailcover with 2 reefing points and jiffy reefing.
Main is made of premium Bainbridge OCP (Ocean Cruising Performance) dacron sailcloth.
Lazy Jack mainsail handling system
Knighton 130% Genoa in very good condition
North 100% Genoa in excellent condition
Like New Doyle Assymetrical Spinnaker with ATN Sock and all the gear.
Forespar line controlled whisker pole mounted on rail with track/cars on mast. Spinnaker halyard
Harken Roller Furling headsail unit Two genoa tracks port and starboard; inner track and outer track.
Hall Quickvang Boom Vang
2 Lewmar Winch handles
Standing Rigging replaced 2000 New cam cleats for traveler on coach top 2010.
Running rigging new 2011/12
Westerbeke 27 HP model 30B-3 cylinder fresh water cooled diesel with 2.47:1 reduction gear with less than 2700 hours
New Westerbeke Fresh water Pump
Racor secondary fuel filter with pressure gauge.
12 V DC Spotlight with extended cord.
3 Blade Maxprop propeller Full Maxprop recondition 2012
2 blade fixed bronze prop as spare
Portable Air Conditioner
Hot/Cold Pressure water system
Hot water heater, engine heated/120 V AC heated.
Miscellaneous spares will convey with this vessel, including extra 2 blade cruising prop, filters, zincs, etc. Dorade vents can be removed and flat solid inserts can seal up the decks openings.
Spartan (7) Bronze seacocks removed and serviced Spring 2012
Aft secocks have easy access from deck level with remote lifting rods
Cutlass Bearing Replaced 2012
New Bottom paint applied December 2014-Pettit Hydrocoat SR Ablative
Running gear applied with Velox and top coated with Vivid
2 offshore PFD
Fenders and Docklines
Various spares and rebuild kits
Custom Made Emergency Tiller
Owner's personal gear, tools and galleyware are excluded from this offering.
Po Box 17141
Aboard SV Windswept at Marina Jack Sarasota
Sarasota, FL 34276