- 11 m
- $119,900 (£99,050)
- 3.7 m
- Draft Max
- 1.4 m
- Engine Make
- Hull Material
- Engine Model
- Boat Type
- Engine Count
- RB Ref
- North Kingston, Rhode Island
- United States of America
About this Sabre 362
A very nice example of the wing-keeled 362 model in Americas Cup Blue from Sabre Yachts and Jim Taylor. Powered by a Yanmar fresh water cooled diesel with max prop, nice canvas, windlass, and bow thruster. Designed for performance cruising and racing with an emphasis on short-handed controls and ergonomics, she has a PHRF base rating of 120, and on Narragansett Bay is 127 to 131 for spinnaker and 147 to 151 for non-spinnaker. Call to see her in North Kingstown, RI.
Manufacturer Provided Description
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 Westerbeke 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. Belowdecks, 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
The generous beam of the Sabre 362 gives her a very spacious and open plan. Starting forward there is a large stateroom with a V-berth forward, drawer storage underneath, outboard port and starboard shelves, a dressing seat, storage lockers, hanging locker, and vanity sink. Next aft to port is a settee and to starboard is an L-shaped dinette with bulkhead mounted folding dining table, there are cabinets port and starboard. Next aft is the navigation station to port and galley to starboard. The head is the furthest aft to port and the master stateroom is to starboard with a large double berth, hanging locker, storage, and dressing seat.
The interior is cherry with ash ceiling, cushions are ultra suede and the sole is teak and holly.
There are 12vdc vans, 2 dorades, 4 overhead Lewmar hatches, 9 SS opening ports, and 4 fixed lights for ventilation and light.
Galley and Head;
Force 10 gimballed 3 burner propane stove with oven
Large capacity icebox with Seafrost refrigeration and freezer
Double stainless sink with single lever H&C pressure water, manual hand pump, and icebox drain
Manual pump Raritan head
Holding tank with y-valve, deck pump-out, overboard discharge macerator pump fixtures
Stall shower with sump pump
Vanity sink with H&C pressure water
120vac and 12vdc electrical panel with amperage and voltage meters, circuit breakers, and battery test switches
120vac 30 amp shore power connection with cord
3 Group 27 batteries with isolation switches
Xantrex Pro Charge 20 multistage battery charger
Electronics and Navigation;
Raytheon RL80C radar, GPS, plotter
Icom IC-M502 VHF radio
B&G Hydra 2000 multi-function displays for wind, depth, and speed
Robertson AP22 autopilot
Ritchie binnacle compass
Weems & Plath Clock and Barometer
JVC KD-X50BT AM/FM receiver with MP3, USB and Bluetooth
Vizio flat-screen TV
Deck and Hull;
Bow pulpit with anchor roller
CQR anchor, 20 ft. chain, and 200 ft. rode
Fortress FX-23, 15 ft. chain, 150 ft. rode
Muir VRC-1000 12vdc electric windlass
Side stanchions with double lifelines
Dodger and bimini, beige
Beige canvas helm cover
Cockpit cushions, beige
Life Sling MOM
Tender engine rail mount
Sugar scoop stern with boarding steps and swim ladder
Sails and Rigging;
Aluminum Hall double spreader mast stepped on the keel
Aluminum Hall boom
Hall Quick Vang boom vang
Main sheet traveler
Stainless wire standing rigging
Harken roller furling headstay
Mainsail with 2 reefing points, 2020
110 percent jib, 2000
Storm jib, 2000
Storm tri-sail, 2000
Asymmetrical spinnaker with sock, 2000
Lewmar line clutches
2 Lewmar 48CST primaries
2 Lewmar 30CST cabin top winches
Freshwater cooling system
Raw water sea strainers
Racor fuel-water separators
1-inch Aquamet propeller shaft
PYI dripless shaft seal
2 blade Max prop
Spurs line cutters
Edson pedestal steering with 40-inch elk hide covered wheel
Side power bow thruster
6 gallon 120vac water heater with heat exchanger plumbing
Cruiseair STQ-16 reverse cycle HVAC
Electric and manual bilge pumps
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.
- 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.
- Edson wheel steering with 40" Comfort Grip Destroyer wheel, wheel guard, and brake.
- Ritchie FN 201 compass mounted in the 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.
- Custom cast alloy stem head and anchor roller.
- Westerbeke 35B
- 3 cylinder fresh water cooled diesel with 2.72-1 reduction gear.
- 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 the 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.
- 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.
- 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 the 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.
- 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 amidships.
- Self-draining foredeck anchor locker with drain and padeye for the 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 handrail.
- 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.
- Two deep storage lockers.
- Recessed winch handle pockets.
- Coamings angled for comfort.
- Solid teak cup holder on pedestal.
- Two cockpit scuppers to bronze 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.
- 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 the cockpit
- 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.
- Tool kit.
- Activated carbon water filter.
- 3 type ABC fire extinguishers.
- Louvered main cabin locker doors.
- Cockpit locker light.
- Bronze surface thru-hulls with bronze seavalves.
- Hoses below the 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 the sole.
- Dovetailed drawers.
- One automatic electric and one manual bilge pump. -
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
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
|Engine Horse Power||38.00|
|Fuel Capacity Gal||34|
|Fuel Tanks Capacity||128.7|
|No of Heads||1|
|Holding Tank Gal||30|
|Holding Tanks Capacity||113.56|
|Max Speed Knots||7|
|Water Capacity Gal||78|
|Water Tanks Capacity||295.26|