- 12 m
- $220,000 (£179,104)
- 3.9 m
- Draft Max
- 1.5 m
- Engine Make
- Hull Material
- Engine Model
- Boat Type
- Engine Count
- RB Ref
- Newport, Rhode Island
- United States of America
About this Sabre 386
One-owner performance cruiser used summers and kept in heated storage winters. Sleeps six in a high degree of finish and comfort.
With the 386 model, Sabre Yachts worked together with Jim Taylor Yacht Design to create a performance cruiser that boasts a high degree of finish and comfort. She offers two staterooms with double beds and a head with a proper enclosed shower stall, all while maintaining competitive sailing traits.
AVA has been well looked after with her one owner, sailing her summers in Narragansett Bay and being kept in heated storage for the winters. She has seen many upgrades including Awlgripped topsides and 3Di sails. Her interior is finished with teak and holly soles and cherry cabinetry.
AVA has two cabins which both offer double berths with comfortable mattresses. The aft cabin’s berth is oriented athwartships and has locker and drawer space along with a small settee at the entrance. The forward cabin has a spacious v-berth, hanging lockers, ample storage and a vanity mirror with washbasin. Both cabins have a warm feeling to them with their cherry cabinetry and planked ceilings.
The galley has a Force 10, 3-burner stove with oven beneath, along with a microwave. A two-bay stainless-steel sink is installed. The refrigerator has a small freezer section and is accessed by two chest-type top side doors, and also a side access door allowing for easy access to goods within.
AVA was designed with a spacious head which has a divider door, making a proper, separate shower stall. The head itself is an electric Jabsco model and the 30-gallon holding tank is monitored by a Tankwatch 4 unit.
To port is an L-shaped settee which converts into a double berth that also serves as seating around the foldable salon table. The foldable table has beautiful inlay work and folds up into the forward bulkhead when not in use. To starboard, a settee runs the length of the salon and can be used as a berth as well. The aft-most section of the settee has a pivoting back rest which can convert this section into a chart table seat.
- Raymarine E 80 plotter at helm station
- Raymarine 2kW radar mounted on mast (new 2020)
- Raymarine ST6000 autopilot
- Raymarine wind instrumentation
- Raymarine E120 plotter at interior nav station
- Richie 5” compass
- Yanmar 3JH4E, 40 hp diesel engine
- Control panel including ignition and alarms at cockpit helm station
- 40 gallon aluminum fuel tank
- 90 gallon fresh water tank
- 30 gallon holding tank
- Electrical Service; 120 V AC/12 V DC with electrical panel, meters and breakers
- (4) AGM batteries
RIGGING AND SAILS
- North Sails 3Di NorDac sails (new, summer 2018)
- Mainsail: 444 sq ft.
- Genoa: 135% - 515 sq ft
- Harken winches
- Hall Spars: aluminum
- Harken headsail furler
HULL AND DECK
Sabre sailing yacht hulls are built with vacuum-bagged Divinycell PVC foam core and structural E-glass providing one of the stiffest, strongest and most dependable structures.
- Closed cell Divinycell PVC foam cored, hand-laminated fiberglass of alternate layers of mat knitted biaxial roving
- ISO NPG gelcoat
- Below waterline, Sabre technology is utilized, consisting of chopped strand glass and vinylester resin as a backup 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
- Step transom
- Wing keel, ballast 7350 lb
- Plow anchor with chain
- Lewmar windlass
- Mooring lines and fenders
Tender and owner's personal belongings will not convey with sale
|Country Built||United States|
|Engine Horse Power||40.00|
|Fuel Capacity Gal||40|
|Fuel Tanks Capacity||151.42|
|No of Heads||1|
|Holding Tank Gal||30|
|Holding Tanks Capacity||113.56|
|Water Capacity Gal||90|
|Water Tanks Capacity||340.69|