Easily managed by two, the Sabre 362 is designed for high-performance luxury cruising. The hull design by Jim Taylor is a blend of performance design concepts proven in transatlantic passages and offshore racing, together with the highest quality yacht construction technology. Her long water line assures the speed of a much larger yacht while the powerful sail plan gives excellent light air speed. A moderate displacement yacht, designed to provide a comfortable sea kindly ride and a high level of performance regardless of wind and sea conditions. The wing keel provides exceptional performance with only 4' 8" draft for shoal water sailing, and access to more harbors and anchorages. Woodworking details, rarely found in even high priced custom yachts, abound in her luxurious interior. Dovetailed drawer boxes, louvered cabinet doors and beautifully sculpted laminated trims, demonstrate Sabre's skills and commitment to quality craftsmanship.
The Sabre 362 is one of three remarkable designs created by the Sabre Design Team in collaboration with Jim Taylor Yacht Design. All three yachts have won the prestigious Cruising World Boat of the Year competition, with the 362 receiving honors as the best mid-sized boat in 1994.
Having enjoyed her for several years on the Chesapeake and invested $30,000 in improvements, the owners of “Barefoot” have decided they want to part with her and then search for something over forty feet. She has served them well, but now it is time to move on. Call and make an appointment to see her today!
Forward stateroom: The forward stateroom berth is a comfortable 5” thick mattress that is 6’5” long and 6’ wide at the shoulders. There are three drawers beneath the berth. Above the berth are fiddled shelves that wrap completely around the perimeter of the berth, with cherry staving lining the hullsides beneath the shelving. Aft of the berth on port are a hanging locker with a bureau top and a locker with shelves beneath that. On starboard there is a changing seat with storage beneath and behind it. Next aft is a shelving locker, with a fiddled radius counter top wrapping back around toward the door. There is a single sink with a mirror in that counter. Headroom in this cabin is 6’3”. Ventilation to the space is from an overhead hatch, two opening ports and a Hella fan, with additional lighting provided by one overhead light and a pair of reading lights.
Saloon: The saloon features a centerline drop-leaf table, with storage in the center of it. An L-shaped settee is on starboard and has storage beneath and behind the cushions. A pair of lockers above and behind the settee frames a fiddled shelf in the center, with cherry staving along the hull behind the shelf. The settee is 6’6” long, making for a comfortable sea berth.
On port the 6’4” long settee is straight, with storage behind the back cushions and a pair of lockers with shelves above and behind that.
Headroom in the majority of the space is 6’4”. Ventilation in the saloon/nav/galley area is from a pair of dorade vents, an overhead hatch, two opening ports and the companionway. In addition, there are three fixed lights, two overhead lights and three LED reading lights.
Nav station: The nav station is aft facing and at the back end of the port settee. The chart table is large enough for a chart book and has storage beneath, while below that is two drawers. Electrical and electronic controls are close at hand and there is a fiddled countertop over the electronics panel.
Galley: The galley is L-shaped and located at the base of the companionway on starboard. The large double sinks are facing forward and are flanked by a lift-up counter extension on the left and a waste bin mounted below the countertop to the right, making it convenient to dispose of scraps while preparing meals. Beneath the sinks is a very generous amount of drawer and locker storage.
Around to the right and along the hull from the waste bin is a large icebox. There are two lids to access it from the top and the optional front opening door below, so access is great! The stove and oven is to the right of that.
Above the counter and stove is sliding door storage that runs the length of the galley. Above that is a fiddled shelf with organizer dividers, so all in all storage space is quite nice. Galley headroom is 6’4”.
Aft stateroom: Entry into the aft stateroom is on starboard and behind the galley. As you enter the space there is a changing seat on your left. There is storage beneath the seat, a large locker above it and a fiddled shelf space above that. The berth is a comfortable 6’4” x 5’ x 34” and cherry staving lines the hullside, with a fiddled shelf for storage running the length of the berth aft. There are two opening ports for ventilation, with an overhead light and a reading light.
Head: The head is located at the base of the companionway on port. As you enter thru the bi-fold door, the head and sink are directly in front of you. There is storage above and behind the sink and head as well as beneath the sink. The shower area is to your left, with a smoked Plexiglas bi-fold door to separate the spaces. There is a shower seat and a wet locker above and behind that seat. There are two opening ports for ventilation, with a fixed light and a couple of overhead lights for additional lighting. Headroom in here is 6’1”.
Barefoot has some gelcoat crazing on the decks, which was very typical of Sabre models of this time period. This has been accounted for in the price, which is substantially less than equivalent models.
Owner’s personal effects and any items not specifically described in this listing
Potential purchasers should assume that any items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.