Sabre Yachts 38 1982 69 000,00 $ CAD *

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69 000,00 $ CAD *



Beautifully maintained and much loved Sabre 38.

Sabre Yachts as one of the premier builders in the US built the 38 which came to be a benchmark for quality boats.

This example is in terrific condition and ready to go for the new owner.


Length Overall: 38ft
Max Draft: 6.5ft
Beam: 12.33ft
Cabin Headroom: 6.33ft
Length at Waterline: 31.42ft


Dry Weight: 16,900Lb


Fresh Water Tank: 106 Gal ()
Fuel Tank: 45 Gal ()


Single Berths: 7
Heads: 1

Sail Area

IJPE : 689.75 sq ft
I : 49.75 ft
J : 14.50 ft
P : 43.50 ft
E : 15.08 ft
Working Sail Area : 689.00 sq ft

Keel Details

Keel #1
Keel Type: Wing
Ballast: 7000 lb
Displacement: 17300 sq ft
Max Draft: 4.92 ft

Engine Make: Westerbeke
Engine Model: Westerbeke
Total Power: 37hp
Engine Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Sabre 38 achieves high performance levels through a unique combination of power and handling characteristics. Whether bluewater sailing or cruising, the Sabre 38 gives the control needed while providing comfort and convenience. She has a high aspect rig with double airfoil spreaders and rod rigging. The boom is equipped with an internal clew outhaul, topping lift and two sets of jiffy reefing. The jib halyard is led to a mid-cabintop Lewmar winch. Main halyard and reefing lines are led aft to Lewmar winches on the cabintop within easy reach of the cockpit. Sabre offers as an option a furling system that combines a roller furling headstay and Hood Stoway mast. Her ergonomically designed cockpit measures 8 feet 3 inches long and is fitted with top quality hardware. With a separate cabin fore and aft and a spacious main salon, the Sabre 38 can easily accommodate three couples with privacy. Elegantly finished in varnished teak or cherry, she makes entertaining at the dock or at sea a pleasure. Below, the Sabre 38 has 6-feet 4-inches of headroom, two private cabins, seven berths, an expansive galley, head and navigation station. The aft cabin is another delightful retreat, with a comfortable double berth, a wide settee and hanging locker, and plenty of shelf space. The forward cabin has a wide V-berth, hanging closet and an elegant vanity with sink and settee. The main salon features a large dining area with contoured seating and a handsome teak or cherry table. The table folds away and the port settee converts to a double berth. The starboard settee serves as another berth. The Sabre 38's hull is designed to be easily driven while carrying the weight of a moderate displacement yacht. It's a powerful hull shape that yields speed, stability and sail-carrying ability. The rudder, a semi-elliptical foil section, adds to the yacht's performance abilities. Her skeg gives the directional stability of a full-keel boat with much less drag. With over 1,500 meticulously hand-crafted, varnished wood components, the Sabre 38 is built to custom boat builder's standards. In keeping with the Sabre heritage of quality, we select the finest materials for every yacht we build. You'll find names such as Edson, Hall Spars, Harken, Lewmar and Westerbeke to name a few - a few more reasons why Sabre has come to stand for superior quality and craftsmanship for over two decades. The hull and deck are made of hand-laminated fiberglass mat and knitted roving with balsa core as a stiffener. Sabre increases hull durability by incorporating vinylester resin and ISO NPG gelcoat into the DuraLam protection system. A fin keel is standard on the Sabre 38, but for those who do most of their sailing in shoal water, Sabre offers a Deltawing keel or a centerboard. PHRF Handicap (average) 108.

Original Builders Equipment List

Sabre 38 Specifications - Standard Equipment Hull Construction - Single unit, balsa cored, hand-laminated fiberglass of alternate layers of mat knitted biaxial roving. - Isophthalic gelcoat above waterline. - Below waterline, Sabre technology is used, consisting of chopped strand glass and vinylester resin as a back-up for ISO NPG gelcoat. - Internal deck-to-hull joint with molded-in sealant groove. - 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 . - Butyl tape and caulking fills the molded sealant groove at the deck to hull joint. Steering System - Edson wheel steering with 40" Destroyer wheel, wheel guard, and brake. - Ritchie SP-5 compass mounted in stainless steel binnacle. - Emergency tiller stored in cockpit locker. - Balanced rudder is molded fiberglass bonded to a 3" IPS schedule 80 rudder stock that passes through a removable fiberglass bearing and bronze stuffing box securely laminated to the hull. Stem Head - Custom cast alloy stem head and anchor roller. Auxiliary Power - Westerbeke 38B - 4 cylinder fresh water cooled diesel with 2.47:1 reduction gear. - 12-volt 50 amp alternator. - 45 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. - Aqua-Drive constant velocity universal joint and thrust bearing connecting the shaft to the engine to reduce engine vibration. - Engine compartment light. - Complete engine access provided by sound and heat insulated removable panels. - Tachometer, hour meter, volt, oil, and temperature are recessed in cockpit face. - Fuel gauge mounted at the nav station. - 1" Aquamet prop shaft passes through a glassed-in PYI shaft seal with bronze strut and 16 x 12, R.H., two blade sailor propeller. - 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. Electrical System - Two 12-volt 100 amp group 31 deep cycle marine batteries with sealed four position battery switch. - 110 V shore power system with GFI protection in the galley and head. - 50' shore power cord. - Master AC-DC Bass 6000 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. - Teak panels access cockpit mounted instrumentation. - All wiring is color coded and meets USCG standards. 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 blocks. - Custom cast mid-rail chock fitted into each toerail. - Five part main sheet with Schaefer SS blocks led to Harken recirculating 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. - (2) 9" 4-bolt cleats forward, (2) mid deck and (2) aft. - 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 aluminum 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 companionway hand rail. - Main Halyard led aft. Winches - All winches are Lewmar "Ocean Series." - Main sheet - genoa halyard - led to Lewmar #30 CST two-speed. - Main halyard - Lewmar #30 CST two-speed. - Jiffy reefing - two lines led through a double stopper to a Lewmar #30 CST two-speed winch, mounted on aft cabin top. - Primaries - two Lewmar #54 CST self-tailing winches. - Two 10" chrome winch handles; one 10" chrome lock-in. Cockpit - Two deep storage lockers and one storage bin. - Dividers in shallow cockpit locker for small gear. - Molded-in winch handle pockets. - Coamings angled for comfort. - Solid teak cup holder on pedestal. - Two cockpit scuppers to bronze seavalves. - Stove fuel storage locker. - Transom boarding ladder with teak treads. Boom - Aluminum, white Awlgrip finish. - Internal clew outhaul. - External topping lift. - Two sets of internal jiffy reefing. - Lugs for boom vang. Mast - One piece aluminum, keel stepped, Hall Spar mast with double airfoil spreader, masthead rig with white Awlgrip finish. - Masthead with three halyard sheaves and double spinnaker crane. - Internal main and genoa halyards. - Prewired with radio cable. - Spare halyard exits. Standing Rigging - Headstay: wire size 5-16", turnbuckle size 5-8", optional rod size 12. - Backstay: standard rod size 12, optional wire size 5-16", turnbuckle size 5-8" - Upper shrouds: standard rod size 12, optional wire size 5-16", turnbuckle size 5-8" - Intermediate shrouds: standard rod size 10, optional wire size 9-32", turnbuckle size l-2" - Lower shrouds: standard rod size 8, optional wire size 1-4", turnbuckle size l-2" - Spreader boots, shroud covers, and turnbuckle covers. Chainplates - Stainless steel, thru-bolted to chainplate bulkheads bonded to the hull. - Grounded to the keel. - Mounted well inboard for optimum sheeting angles. Running Rigging - Color coded - Main halyard 3-8" ULS with headboard shackle. - Genoa halyard 3-8" ULS 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. Accommodations - Scandvik polished SS double galley sink. - 6' 4" standing headroom. - Forward cabin has two 6' 6" V-berths. - Main cabin has two 6' 6" settee berths, port berth converts to a double. - Aft cabin with double berth. - Aft head with shower. - Forward cabin equipped with vanity sink, 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. - Light in hanging locker. Ventilation & Light - 6 Lewmar polished Ocean Series hatches with interior trim, and provisions for screens. - 4 chrome dorade vents. - 4 main cabin fixed port lights of Marguard Lexan. - 4 opening ports in main salon, 4 in aft cabin, 2 in forward cabin, and 1 in aft head. - Acrylic sliding companionway hatch with fiberglass spray hood and solid teak hatch boards. - Screened hatch boards. - Custom stainless ports in main and forward cabins. Sabre Features - Fully equipped tool drawer. - Activated carbon water filter. - 3 type ABC fire extinguishers. - Louvered teak in main cabin doors. - Cockpit locker light. - Bronze recessed thru-hulls with bronze seavalves. - Hoses greater than 1" in diameter are double clamped. - Inlaid cypress wood accents in interior teak trim. - Cypress hull ceilings. - Propane 4 burner stove with oven and gas sniffer. - Hot and cold pressure water. - Varnished interior teak or cherry finish. - One automatic electric and one manual bilge pump

Boat Information

Boat Information:

sail Mk1 Sabre 1982 Length: 38 Beam: 11’6 Draft: 6’6 Bridge Clearance: 53 Vessel Name: Alba Hull Material: Fiberglass Hull Color: White Marina Name (Summer): Discovery Harbour Dock #: J29 Door in Shrink Wrap: on


Engines: 1 Make: Yanmar Year: 2010 Engine Type: inboard Drive: direct HP: 40 Fuel: diesel Hours: 1300 Propeller Type: 3


Chartplotter: Garmin 546 Depth Sounder Wind Speed & Direction Autopilot: Raymarine X-10 Compass VHF Radio: ICOM Radar: B&G

Inside Equipment:

Heating: Webasto 5500 March 2011 Stereo Stove Toilet / yes Refrigerator Freezer

Electrical and Mechanical Equipment:

4 house new 2018. 1 starter new august 2019 Batteries Battery Charger: Magnum MM1212 Jan 2013 Solar Panels Invertor: Magnum

Cockpit Accommodations and Equipment:

Refrigerator Sink Dodger: Inverson 2015 Swim Ladder Table

Interior Accomodations and Equipment:

State Rooms: 1 Heads: 1 Convertible Settee


Make: North Type: Main Age: 2004 Condition: good Make: North Type: Genoa 130 with Schaefer roller furling Age: 2004 Condition: good Type: Spinnaker Condition: good Type: Cruising chute in sock Condition: good Keel Type: fin

Additional Details:

Date of Last Survey: 2018-03-15

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.




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