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    Sabre

    NEW YORK198333 ft
    Broker’s Comments, Raven is a 1983 Sabre 34 yacht, the “MK I” series. It is a high-quality yacht with a handsome, classic design. Raven has been cruised on the Great Lakes, Lake Champlain, and Kentucky Lake. She is a fresh water only boat that has been stored in the winter. This is a significant advantage over boats kept in saltwater environments. She has a custom steel cradle and winter cover. She has a diesel engine. When the Sabre 34 was new, it was a relatively high priced sailboat, as befits the premium workmanship and materials. Sabres are built in Maine. Raven has the factory installed racing rig upgrades giving her a potential performance edge over standard rig Sabre 34s. However, she was never raced. She would make a fun club racer as well as a comfortable daysailer or long-distance cruiser. Sabre 34s are not slow; they have a Performance Handicap Racing Fleet rating of 153. She is well equipped for cruising for a couple or a family. Sabre 34s have a reputation for being comfortable, seakindly, and safe in heavy weather. The fact that Sabre 34s have held their value better than most, is evidence of the excellent design and construction. Heath issues are compelling the owner and wife to reluctantly put Raven up for sale. The current owner bought Raven in 1995 from the original owner. Sabre has an After Sales Service Department that offers online, telephone, and email support services for Sabre 34 owners even though the 34 is no longer in production. Raven is a good example of the classic downeast-style yachts that have been the hallmark of Sabre from its founding in 1970 to today. Additional Specs, Equipment, and Information, Raven, Builder: Sabre Yachts, Year: 1983, Type of boat: Masthead sloop, Designer: Roger Hewson, Total built: 255, Dimensions, LOA: 33 ft 10 in, Beam: 10 ft 6 in, LWL: 26 ft 3 in, Draft: 5 ft 6 in, Type of keel: swept back fin, Displacement: 11,400 pounds, Ballast: 4,600 pounds lead, Total sail area: 507 sq. ft. Engine and Drive Train, HP: 27, Engine Make: Westerbeke, Engine Model: 27A, 4-cylinder inboard with self-bleeding system, Engine Fuel: diesel, ALGAE-X inline fuel conditioner, PSS dripless shaft seal, Stainless steel wheel steering, 2-blade feathering Max Prop, 16 inches in diameter, Tankage, Two freshwater tanks: 44 gallons total, Fuel tank: 20 gallons (removed and cleaned 2006), Holding tank: 30 gallons, Fresh and holding tank monitor, Accommodations, V-berth forward, 6’4” length with fitted sheets, Drawers and hanging locker in forward cabin area, Enclosed head with sink, hand-held shower, and foot pump, Pressure water shower w/sump pump, Salon has port and starboard settees, Storage above, behind, and below settees, Salon has 6’3” headroom, Quarterberth to port, 6’4” in length, Fold-up dining table, seats four, Storage rack on bulkhead behind fold-up dining table, Starboard settee pulls out to a double berth, 6’4” in length with fitted sheets, Ship’s Bar with bottle storage locker, Chart table with storage, 12 volt lighting throughout the interior, Brass kerosene lamp in salon, 4 opening ports with screens, 2 overhead hatches with screens, Companionway screen, Brass clock, Brass barometer, Brass temperature and humidity gauge, Teak interior, Teak and holly flooring, Force 10 kerosene cabin heater with stainless steel vent piping, Galley, U-shaped galley to starboard, Double stainless steel sink, 12 volt Adler Barbour refrigerator, 2 burner CNG stove and oven with 2 refillable tanks, Hot and cold pressure water, foot pump for sink, 6 gallon Raritan hot water tank with engine heat exchanger and 110V heater, Trash bin, Multiple drawers and lockers, Electronics, Instrumentation, and Navigation, Autohelm ST 3000 autopilot, Datamarine depth instrument, Datamarine speed/distance meter, Datamarine apparent wind speed and direction meter, VDO tachometer (2019), Stewart Warner voltmeter, Stewart Warner fuel pressure gauge, Stewart Warner engine water temperature gauge, Stewart Warner oil pressure gauge, Inclinometer, Standard Titan+ VHF radio with masthead antenna, Clarion RDB365D AM/FM/CD player, Ritchie compass in binnacle, Electrical, 110 volt shore power system, Two Group 31, 130 amp, 12 volt Trojan batteries. (One 2019, the other 2016), 40 amp smart charger, Link 20 battery monitor, 50’ shore power cord & adaptors, Boat grounded for lighting protection, Interior cabin lights, Hull and Deck, Solid fiberglass hull, Balsa cored deck, Anchor locker on foredeck, Double lifelines, Bow and stern stainless steel pulpits, Teak toe and cap rail, Teak handrails and trim, Folding teak cockpit table for four, Four teak cockpit drink holders, Custom fitted double-sided cockpit cushions in dark blue Sunbrella and white vinyl, Sails, Rigging and Canvas, Keel stepped mast, Mast and boom aluminum with white coating, 2 #44 2-speed self-tailing Lewmar primary winches, 2 #30 2-speed Lewmar secondary winches, 1 #30 Lewmar winch on the mast, 5 #16 2-speed Lewmar winches, 2 winch handles, 3 double and 1 triple Lewmar rope clutches, Inboard and an outboard genoa tracks with Schaeffer blocks, All lines except main halyard lead to cockpit, Cabin top traveler, Harken MKII roller furling headsail system, Quantum loose footed mainsail with two reefs (2006), North 145% roller furling genoa (1996), Spinnaker and snuffer, Boom vang, Halyards and sheets, Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster, Bimini with cabin tent that zips to bimini to cover from the mast aft, dark blue Sunbrella, Binnacle cover in dark blue Sunbrella, Safety, Lifesling overboard rescue system, Horseshoe life preserver, Four adult life jackets, Two Forespar harnesses, Folding, stowable polymer swim ladder, Danforth anchor with 15 feet of chain and 100 feet of nylon anchor line, Emergency tiller stored in starboard locker, Manual and electric bilge pumps, Boat hook, Dock lines, Fenders, Miscellaneous, Steel cradle with six pads (2016), Canvas winter cover with Kover Klamp conduit frame, Sabre 34 factory manual, Westerbeke shop manual (two volumes), Dyer Dhow “Midget” 8’ fiberglass rowing...Read full description
    CategorySailboats
    StateNEW YORK
    ManufacturerSabre
    CurrencyUSD
    Year built1983
    SaleTrade
    LOA33 ft
    Length33 ft
    Beam10 ft
    Draft5 ft
    Fuel Capacity20

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