Price reduced to $179,900 prior to winter storage! She's a great buy, ready for fall cruising!
New Photos posted on 10/11/2016!
If interested to make an offer, please let us know before 12/11/2016 as she will be hauled for winter storage at Smiths Marina in Crownsville. She should be left in a position to access her to be launched for a sea trial during the winter months...but now would be the best time to make the seller an offer prior to storage expenses!
Pre-inspection Survey just completed....see report attached on 9/22/16!
Listed on 8/25/2016 and arrived in Annapolis/Crownsville on 8/30/2016, she looks amazing. Highly upgraded and maintained! "MaineStay" is a 4'8" shoal draft 3 cabin model, GREAT for the Chesapeake Bay!!! She features a Yanmar 40HP with recent max Prop, Awlgripped dark green waxed hull, bottom painted and teak just refinished, canvas and dodger replaced along with new sails make her turn key for fall cruising!
Please find below the Owner's upgrades to this beautiful example of a very well maintained Sabre 362:
Sabre- additions/upgrades since we've owned the boat-
2008- Edson fold down teak cockpit table, Harken bosun chair, 1/2"x200' Samson rode for spare anchor, Edson outboard mount and 100 lb. crane, two single touch winch handles
2009- new 3 speed fans in fwd and aft cabins, all reading lights converted to LED, new shower sump pump, ORCA LED masthead tri-color/ anchor light w/ photocell, seawater wash down at the bow, Garhauer adjustable Genoa leads, Rozendal tri-lens radar reflector on mast, Max Prop three blade feathering prop, Garhauer snatch blocks for spinnaker sheets.
2010- Awlgripped the hull, Xantrex Linklite digital battery monitor, replaced 50' 30 amp shore power cord and deck connection, Hamilton-Farris 125 amp alternator with three stage regulator, added third battery to house bank- two new Lifeline grp 31 AGM in 2010 and third new in 2011, replaced ICOM ram mic in cockpit, added 90' 3G chain, spliced into 150' rode.
2011- custom made cockpit cushions, Glebe Creek Screenworks doors for companionway, new exhaust mixing elbow on Yanmar, Ritchie compass professionally swung, new domestic water pump, Shaft Shark line cutter installed on the shaft.
2013- new Lifeline grp 31 AGM engine start battery
2014- replaced Muir windlass, two Solbain 50w solar panels installed on Bimini with regulators in cockpit locker, new macerator pump installed.
2015- new Rocna 44lb anchor with new heavy duty swivel, new Ullman full batten main with two reef points, 130% roller furling Genoa, and U-stack sail bag with lazy jacks, new Raymarine E-125 chart plotter and new 18"HD 4kw radar, new dodger with windows and covers, new Bimini with window, connector with window, and partial cockpit enclosure, custom made helm platform.
For 30 years we sailed an Albin Ballad 30. It had no hot water, no refrigeration, no chart plotter or radar – it was camping on a boat. But boy could she sail. We could outpoint and outsail many larger boats as long as we had 12 knots of wind. When we retired, we wanted a boat with more amenities, more comfort, but we did not want to sacrifice performance. And if we could find a boat that performed in light air, so much the better. We also did not want a really deep keel given the depths of the Chesapeake. The Sabre 362 was the answer. It was voted the 1994 Mid-size Cruiser Boat of the Year by Cruising World. It points well, moves well in light air, and has a wing keel. Besides that she came with the larger, more reliable Yanmar engine, air conditioning, extra cabinets in the stern cabin, and electric main halyard winch, all factory upgrades. We added solar panels, a new chart plotter and radar in 2015, a new windlass (because the old one failed), new canvas and a partial enclosure, and replaced the Dutchman system with the easier U-stack system in 2015, We also replaced the sails in 2015 because we like to perform well. We did not want the expense of racing sails, but we felt we could do better with new sails. You know how it is whenever two sailboats get side by side. It’s a race. Mainestay has been up the Atlantic coast from St. Simon’s Island to Beaufort, NC, and then on the Intercoastal Waterway to our house on the Chesapeake, all over the Bay, and up to and all around Long Island Sound. She has been well used, and well loved.
We are getting older and were thinking about moving to a trawler to stay on the water. We were not planning to make this move for a year or two, but the boat we wanted, with all the features we wanted, fell into our lap at a good price. We felt we would be kicking ourselves two years down the road if we didn’t take advantage of this opportunity. So Mainestay is on the market. If we could keep and maintain both boats, we probably would. Whoever gets her will get one wonderful sailboat.
All email offers encouraged with follow up signed yacht purchase and sale agreement and 10% deposit to be held in Escrow. Yacht View is a 50/50 corresponding brokerage.
Please contact John Kaiser for her complete history details and to arrange your personal inspection. I can be reached @ 410-923-1400 office or 443-223-7864 cell anytime or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for considering my professional Brokerage service. I work equally helping you either sell or purchase your yacht.
If you would like to be pre-qualified for marine financing, please contact each of the following Marine finance representatives for a competitive quote. All lenders are locally based in the Annapolis area and offer slightly different programs and rates based on your specific needs and credit history. Remember, many boats qualify as second home mortgage deductions and many times you may incorporate your state's "Use Tax" into the loan!
I would highly recommend the following lenders: Laurie Kiser @ 443-223-8425 email@example.com, Dave Trostle @ 410.268.1545 firstname.lastname@example.org, Jane Tayman @ (888) 386-3121 email@example.com (These professionals will pre-qualify your financing needs to prepare your budget for your yacht purchase. Be certain to let them know I referred you!)
For your Marine Insurance I would highly recommend Robin Greulich @ 410-224-2664 RobinG@henrymurray.com or Al Golden, President & Agent @ 800-541-4647 Al@IMIScorp.net
Feel free to interview these local Marine Surveyors I have worked with for many years: Peter Hartoft www.hartoftmarinesurvey.com @ 410-263-3609/$20-$24.00/ft., Jim McGlincy of Bay Shore Marine Surveys @ 410-808-3849/$20.00/ft. Also contact www.marinesurvey.org for a complete list of SAMS or www.namsglobal.org for NAMS surveyors nationwide.
Local Yacht Detailing and management: Ann Miller, Owner @ Above The Waterline 443-336-6751 cell, Williams Yacht Management Company @ www.wymltd.com Email: Bill@wymltd.com 410-268-1634
Local Mobile Interior and Cushion Cleaning: Annapolis ChemDry, "Josh" @ 410-255-8200.
Local Marine Service on Systems, electronic and general repair: Steve Catz @ 410-231-3191 or his web site @ www.stevesmarineservice.com or Patrick at Marine Electric Systems @ 443-790-5783 or Info@marineelectricsystems.net
Local Marina: Smiths Marina, www.smithsmarina.com Crownsville, MD. 35T travel lift, excellent service including fiberglass repair, bottom service and land/water storage. Contact Rick or Valerie Smith, 410-923-3444.
Local Marine Mechanics, both gas and diesel: Ken Navis/Severn River Marine Services @ 410-923-1373, Jeff Leitch/Kim Starr/Bay Shore Marine Engine Service/www.bayshoremarineengines.com @ 410-263-8370
And remember....."Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So...throw off your bowlines...Sail away from the safe harbor...Catch the trade winds in your sails.....Explore! Dream! Discover!" (Mark Twain)
*Yacht View Brokerage LLC is always interested in very well maintained yachts to list, market & sell, call John Kaiser on his cell @ 443-223-7864 anytime!
IJPE : 634.50 sq ft
I : 48.50 ft
J : 13.42 ft
P : 41.58 ft
E : 14.83 ft
Working Sail Area : 634.00 sq ft
Sabre 362 Specifications - Standard Equipment Hull Construction - Single unit, balsa cored, hand-laminated fiberglass of alternate layers of mat knitted biaxial roving. - ISO NPG gelcoat. - Below waterline chopped strand glass and vinylester resin as a back-up for ISO NPG gelcoat. - Internal deck to hull joint. - Molded-in double boot and single cove stripes. - Bulkheads, berth faces, shelves and floor stringers laminated to hull providing integral, structural strength. - Choice of step or traditional transom. Deck Construction - Single unit, hand-laminated fiberglass with balsa core for stiffness, and marine mahogany plywood in lieu of balsa in high stress areas. - The deck is bonded to the hull using stainless steel thru-bolts every 6" with aircraft style locknuts . - Polyurethane sealant at the deck to hull joint. Steering System - Edson wheel steering with 40" Comfort Grip Destroyer wheel, wheel guard and brake. - Ritchie FN 201 compass mounted in binnacle. - Emergency tiller stored in cockpit locker. - Balanced rudder is molded fiberglass bonded to a carbon fiber rudder post passing through a removable polyethylene bearing and support tube securely laminated to the hull. Stem Head - Custom cast alloy stem head and anchor roller. Auxiliary Power - Yanmar 3JH3E - 3 cylinder fresh water cooled diesel. Electrical shutoff. - 12-volt 50 amp alternator. - 34 gallon custom aluminum fuel tank, deck filled, shutoff valve; vented and grounded. - Racor fuel filter - water separator. - Raw water intake strainer with wrench. - Four point engine mount system optimized to reduce vibration and noise. - Engine compartment exhaust blower. - Engine compartment light. - Complete engine access provided by sound and heat insulated removable panels. - Tachometer, hour meter, volt, oil and temperature gauges are recessed in cockpit face. - Fuel gauge mounted at nav station. - 1-1-8" Aquamet (or equal) prop shaft passes through a glassed-in PYI shaft seal with bronze strut, right-hand two-blade sailor propeller 16 x 14. - Remote oil sump drain. Keel - A modern NACA section fin keel cast in lead with antimony added for strength. - Thru-bolted to a reinforced hull keel sump with stainless steel bolts and bronze huts. Electrical System - Two 12-volt 110 amp group 31 deep cycle marine batteries with sealed four position battery switch. - 110V shore power system with GFI protection. - 50' shore power cord. - Master AC-DC Bass 6200 marine circuit breaker panels (black) located at the chart table include AC-DC volt and ammeters and polarity indicator. Space is provided for additional breakers and electronic gear. - Access panels to cockpit mounted instrumentation. - All wiring is tinned, color coded and meets USCG standards. Ventilation & Light - 4 Lewmar polished Ocean Series deck hatches with provision for screens. - 2 Chrome dorade vents. - 4 Main cabin fixed port lights of Marguard Lexan. - Opening ports in main salon, aft cabin, forward cabin, and head. - Acrylic sliding companionway hatch with fiberglass spray hood and solid teak hatch boards. - Screened hatch boards. - Custom stainless steel opening ports. Deck Hardware - Inboard and outboard genoa tracks are 1-1-4" x 3-16" x 12' aluminum T-track. - Inboard tracks are recessed into the deck tooling. - Outboard tracks supplied with end stops and Lewmar lead blocks - Inboard tracks supplied with end stops and Lewmar lead block. - Custom cast mid-rail chock fitted into each toerail. - Five-part main sheet with Schaefer SS blocks led to Harken recirculating Torlon ball bearing cabin top traveler and to a Lewmar #30 CST two-speed winch. - Custom cast mast collar with provision for halyard and turning block attachments. - Two 4-bolt cleats w-fairleads forward, aft and midships. - Self-draining foredeck anchor locker with drain and padeye for anchor rode. - Pulpit, stern rail and stanchions are custom fabricated of stainless steel and thru-bolted with backing plates. - Double lifelines of vinyl coated stainless steel cable with port and starboard boarding gates with braced stanchions. - All lifeline terminals and turnbuckles are swaged stainless steel. - Solid teak handrails and toerails. - Stainless steel companionway hand rail. - Main and genoa halyards led aft. Winches - All winches are Lewmar Ocean Series. - Main sheet led to #30 CST two-speed. - Main halyard led to #30 CST two-speed. - Genoa halyard led to mainsheet winch #30 CST. - Jiffy reefing - two lines led through stopper to a Lewmar two-speed winch, mounted on aft cabin top and shared with main halyard. - Primaries - two Lewmar #48 CST self-tailing winches. - Two 10" chrome winch handles; one 10" chrome lock-in. Cockpit - Two deep storage lockers. - Recessed winch handle pockets. - Coamings angled for comfort. - Solid teak cup holder on pedestal. - Two cockpit scuppers to Marlon seavalves. - Propane fuel storage locker. - Transom boarding ladder with teak treads. Mast - Aluminum, keel stepped, Hall Spar mast with double aft swept airfoil spreaders, masthead rig with white Awlgrip finish. - Masthead with three halyard sheaves and double spinnaker crane. - Internal main and genoa halyards. - Prewired with VHF radio cable. Boom - Aluminum, white Awlgrip finish. - Internal clew outhaul. - External topping lift. - Two sets of internal jiffy reefing. Chainplates - Stainless steel thru-bolted to composite structure bonded to the hull. - Wood covers over Tie-Rods. - Grounded to the keel. Standing Rigging - Headstay: wire size 5-16" - Split backstay wire size 5-16" with 1-4" legs - Upper shrouds: wire size 9-32". - Intermediate shrouds: wire size 1-4". - Lower shrouds: wire size 5-16". - Spreader boots, shroud covers, and turnbuckle covers. - Spartite kit for mast boot sealing. Running Rigging - Color coded - Main halyard 3-8" with headboard shackle. - Genoa halyard 3-8" with snap shackle. - 7-16" Dacron braid main sheet. - 9-16" Dacron braid genoa sheets. - 3-8" traveler control lines. - 7-16" jiffy reefing lines. - Rope boom vang led aft to cockpit Accommodations - Scandvik polished SS double galley sink. - 6'4" standing headroom. - Flat panel passageway doors. - Forward cabin has two 6'6" V-berths. - Main cabin has two 6'6" settee berths. Starboard berth converts to a double. - Aft cabin with double berth. - Aft head with separate stall shower. - Forward cabin equipped with vanity sink, wood framed mirror, storage lockers and upholstered seat. - All berths provided with 4" foam cushions (main cabin berths have 4-1-2") covered with a durable fabric, zippered for ease of removal. - Raritan PHII head. - Lights in cedar lined hanging lockers. Sabre Features - Tool kit. - Activated carbon water filter. - 3 type ABC fire extinguishers. - Louvered main cabin locker doors. - Cockpit locker light. - Bronze surface thru-hulls with Marlon seavalves. - Hoses below waterline are double clamped. - Ash hull ceilings. - Propane 2 burner stove with oven and gas sniffer. - Hot and cold pressure water. - Varnished interior cherry finish with teak & holly cabin sole. Two coats sealer only on sole. Dovetailed drawers. - One automatic electric and one manual bilge pump. -
Keel Type: Wing
Ballast: 5780 lb
Displacement: 14060 sq ft
Max Draft: 4.67 ft
Easily managed by two, the Sabre 362 is designed for high-performance luxury cruising. The hull design is a blend of Sabre's performance design concepts, proven in transatlantic passages and offshore racing, together with the latest developments in yacht design technology. Her powerful sail plan gives excellent light-air speed. On deck the Sabre 362 features a new generation of styling harmony which evolved from the detailing of the Sabre 38 and Sabre 425. Her cockpit incorporates advanced ergonomics for comfort on extended passages. Self-tailing genoa winches are located close to the helm for convenience and ease of sailing. Every Sabre incorporates the best hardware: Edson, Hall Spars, Harken, Lewmar and Yanmar to name a few. The Sabre 362, like all Sabre hulls and decks, is built to withstand the rigors of the sea. Safety and structural integrity are put first in the construction by alternating layers of hand laminated fiberglass mat and knitted roving. Balsa core is used as a stiffener in areas of high stress. Hull durability is increased by incorporating vinylester resin and ISO NPG gelcoat into the DuraLam protection system. Below decks, the generous beam of the Sabre 362 gives her a very spacious and open plan. Her forward stateroom is especially large with a full-width double berth and a convenient vanity sink unit. The main salon has a full width table that folds against the bulkhead when not in use. The chart table has ample lockers for recessed navigational instruments. There is exceptional storage in her L-shaped galley in the many drawers and lockers. The molded fiberglass head features a contemporary island sink, a separate shower stall, and a wet locker for foul weather gear. Her finely hand-crafted and varnished joinery gleams in either teak or cherry. PHRF Handicap (Average): 111
HARTOFT MARINE SURVEY, LTD. P.O. Box 3188, Annapolis, MD 21403 PETER HARTOFT www.HartoftMarineSurvey.com OFFICE 410-263-3609
LISTING INSPECTION OF THE 36' SABRE 362 SLOOP FILE #16I13HAL “MAINESAY”
Page Basic Data 2 Introduction 3 Findings & Observations 4 Summary 6 Conditions of Acceptance 7
Appendix: References Rates & Services
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SURVEY PERFORMED ON BEHALF OF: NAME: John Kaiser ADDRESS: Bonaparte Ave., Herold Harbor, MD PHONE: (O) 410-923-1400 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
SURVEY PERFORMED ON THE REQUEST OF: NAME: N/A ADDRESS: PHONE: (H) (O)
LOCATION OF VESSEL DURING SURVEY: Kaiser Marine, Herald Harbor, MD PRESENT DURING SURVEY: Mr. Kaiser DATE: September 13, 2016 NAME OF VESSEL: “MAINESAY” TYPE: 36' Sabre 362 Sloop LOA: 36'2" LWL: 30'5" BEAM: 12'0" DRAFT: 4'8" DISPLACEMENT: 14,060 LBS BALLAST: 5,780 LBS HULL CONSTRUCTION: Fiberglass Laminate HULL COLOR: Green with White and Gold Trim ENGINE MAKE AND MODEL: Yanmar 3JH3T 29.4 kW Diesel at 3,800 rpm ENGINE NUMBER: A02802 ENGINE HOURS: 876.5 Hrs. DESIGNER: Jim Taylor BUILDER: Sabre Yachts, South Casco, ME HULL NUMBER: HWS36258A303 YEAR BUILT: January 2003 MODEL YEAR: 2003 SAIL NUMBER: N/A USCG DOCUMENTATION NUMBER: 1138823 NET TON: N/A HAILING PORT: Wicomico Church, VA
Vessel specifications obtained from guides and/or broker’s listing sheet. Measurements and weights not verified. Above information believed to be correct but not guaranteed.
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This inspection is intended solely as an introduction to the vessel and any major problems associated with the vessel as observed by the undersigned at the time of inspection. This report is not intended, and should not be used, for insurance and/or financing purposes. This report is not a complete survey of said vessel, and should not be used in lieu of a pre-purchase survey. This Listing Inspection has been performed visually only unless otherwise mentioned without the removal of any permanent panels or fixtures or removal of any fasteners to gain access to compartments. Unless specifically mentioned, no systems or equipment aboard the vessel have been tested for operation, nor has any safety equipment been inspected. Any value given in this report is based solely on the opinion of the undersigned, and is not guaranteed or warranted.
IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS REPORT SHOULD NOT BE USED IN ANY WAY UNLESS "CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE" HAS BEEN READ AND FULLY UNDERSTOOD. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT THE SURVEYOR IMMEDIATELY.
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I. HULL EXTERIOR Finish on the vessel’s hull exterior was seen to be in very good condition. There was no indication of visual structural damage. The vessel was inspected afloat only. II. DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE The vessel’s deck molding was seen to be in very good condition but gelcoat was oxidized. Some scattered gelcoat cracking was seen. This should not be considered structural. Finish on the exterior teak trim and hardware was in general very good. There was no indication of voids and/or delaminations in the deck molding. There was also no indication of moisture penetration to the core using a Tramex Moisture Meter. In a couple of areas in lifelines, some corrosion was seen under vinyl covers by end fittings. Heavy crazing was seen in lexan in the two center hatches in the cabin top. III. MAST AND RIGGING The masthead marconi sloop rig was seen to be in good condition. The finish on the mast was oxidized with some beginning abrasions. There were washers missing in gooseneck accelerating wear. Shackles in the vessel’s rigging were not safety wired. The winches were seen to be in good condition. The vessel’s Harken furler was in good condition. The running rigging was seen to be in good condition and the stops mostly marked. The vessel’s canvas was seen to be in good condition. The mast and rig was observed from the deck only. The winches were in good condition including the electric winch. The winch on the hydraulic backstay difficult to read. IV. VESSEL'S INTERIOR The joinerwork was seen to be in very good condition with good finish. Finish on the cabin sole in also very good condition except for a couple of minor indentations. The finish on companionway steps was starting to show some light deterioration. There was no indication of structural damage. All fiberglass bonds were found to be in good condition. The door to the forward stateroom did not close completely. The latch on the head door did not completely release. Some light scattered corrosion was seen on some of the vessel’s interior hardware. V. PLUMBING The vessel’s plumbing was seen to be well installed with reinforced plastic valves throughout the vessel. All of the connections below the waterline were double clamped. The intake hose for the air conditioner and the two hoses around the propane compartment in the lazarette showed heavy crazing. The Force 10 propane stove installation was seen to be good. VI. ELECTRIC SYSTEM The vessel’s DC electric system was seen to be well installed with good attention to details, however, there was no indication of over-current protection on the main battery cables and were well protected. The AC electric system was also seen to be well installed with good attention to details. VII. PROPULSION, MACHINERY AND GENERATOR The vessel’s Yanmar engine was well installed and was in general seen to be in good cosmetic condition except for some corrosion on top of the engine near injectors. Some hoses still have engine paint which would indicate hoses were original. The manufacturer recommends replacement every five years. Beginning corrosion was seen on clamps on the dripless stuffing box with some corrosion on the coupling.
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VIII. FUEL SYSTEM The vessel’s fuel system was seen to be well installed with the tank in good condition. A shutoff valve was installed. IX. STEERING SYSTEM The vessel had wire cable operated wheel steering in general good condition and well installed. There was some play in the steering cables. There was a provision for emergency tiller.
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