The SABRE 34 Targa Aft-Cabin features three private cabins, contemporary styling and a balanced helm. A true aft cabin with double berth, forward cabin with vanity, and a large U-shaped dinette are just some of her attractions.
"DRAGONFLY" is an exceptionally clean example of this very desirable SABRE sailboat.
Well maintained with a spacious interior (6'3" headroom) that includes 2 private staterooms, galley and salon, enclosed head. Sleeps 7. Teak and holly soles throughout. Ample natural light and ventilation via 4 large fixed ports, 2 Bomar deck hatches with screens, 8 opening ports with screens, and dorade vents. There are multiple overhead and swivel lights. All of the cabin cushions have been well maintained, and can be removed for washing if desired.
The forward stateroom has two 6'4" V berths with a filler cushion that can be fastened to the berth. there are four lights and a fan. There is a hinged cabin door that swings open to cover the hanging locker and shelf to starboard. On the port side of the cabin is a large bulkhead-hung mirror, stainless steel sink and counter, with hot and cold water. There is storage behind a teak tambour-door cabinet and an open shelf. Additional storage is found along hull-side shelves, two lower cabinets with flip-down doors and two bins under the V-berth cushions.
The main salon has a starboard 6'4" settee/berth and a port side U-shaped settee that can convert to a double berth with a cushioned insert. The fixed table has a narrow footprint due to the two large folding leaves which are opened independently and it will seat six people comfortably. There is also a bookshelf, two stereo speakers,There are multiple storage areas under the settee cushions, four enclosed cabinets with teak tambour doors, two open cabinets, and cubicles behind the seat backs. There is an overhead hatch with screen, two screened opening ports, and four dorade vents for ventilation. there are seven lights and two fans. Sunbrella roll up shades throughout salon.
The galley is aft of the salon on the port side with two overhead lights. There are two enclosed cabinets with shelves for storage, two drawers, two small storage areas with flip-down doors, a built-in trash bin and a dedicated silverware drawer. Access to the manual pump-out for the ice box is located behind two swing-out doors located under the sinks.
Double basin stainless steel sink with fitted cutting board
Hot and cold pressure fresh water
Manual fresh water foot pump
Two burner gimbaled CNG stove with oven and broiler and wood cutting-board top
Ice box with refrigeration system, 12v DC.
The aft cabin is aft of the galley on the port side and features a double berth with a settee. There is a hanging locker with door, hull-side covered cabinets and an open shelf down the length of the berth. Privacy is assured with a hinged bi-fold door. There is also a fixed light, a swivel light, a fan and three opening ports with screens.
The dedicated nav station faces forward is aft of the main salon on the starboard side. The area includes the navigation instruments, New Garmin VHF radio, Fusion stereo, and the electrical panel. There is chart storage under the flip-up chart tabletop. The hinged seat allows easy access to the batteries. There is a dedicated tool drawer, a partitioned drawer, and a hinged-door cabinet below the chart table for additional built-in storage, and fixed lighting.
The enclosed head is located aft of the nav station. There is a single molded basin with hot and cold pressure water as well as a manual fresh water pump. The sink faucet pulls out and hooks above to serve as the shower head. There is a teak floor grate to allow drainage, with an electric sump pump. Storage is located in two wall cabinets with sliding doors, a wet locker, The swinging door below the sink provides access to engine water intake and there is some room for additional storage. There is a screened opening port, a fixed ceiling light, and a mirror mounted on the inside of the head door.
Solid molded fiberglass hull
Bottom paint, black ablative
Molded, cored fiberglass deck (white) with light beige contrasting nonskid
Teak handholds on cabin top
Four new stainless dorade vents new 2019
Sunbrella dodger, new 2010
Sunbrella wheel/pedestal cover 2016
Sunbrella two large cockpit cushions
Cockpit cushions, 5 pieces
Stainless steel transom ladder with teak treads
Propane grill with rail mount
Outboard motor bracket
Fire extinguishers (3)
Docklines and fenders
Anchor roller with CGQ anchor (40' chain and 150'5/8" nylon rode) Spare Danforth anchor
Two primary 2-speed, self tailing 43CST
Two 2-speed, self-tailing 30ST on cabin top
One 2-speed 16 on cabin top
One 2-speed 16 on mast
One 2-speed self tailing on port aft coaming, for roller furling
Starboard storage locker with light
Coamings with molded winch handle pockets/storage
Engine gauges are recessed in the cockpit side deck
Starboard storage locker contains large storage area, cockpit shower controls (hot and cold pressure water) and shower head with extra long hose
CNG tank locker with two tanks
Edson 36" wheel and wheel guard
Ritchie compass 6"
Pedestal-mounted teak drink holder
Pedestal-guard has a folding teak table (from a 1937 wooden sloop)
Teak hatch boards; two screened hatch boards.
AT NAV STATION----
POLY-PLANAR MRD60 AM/AM/CD system
ICOM VHF;With RAM mike at helm.
Raymarine I70 MULTI DISPLAY
Radar Furuno GaAs FET front end
Garmin GPS map 215
Raymarine Marine E7 Chartplotter
Autopilot Raytheon ST4000
Ritche compass 6"
12 volt electrical system
3 batteries (110AH Group 31)2 at nav station, 1 in cockpit locker
110V AC electrical system w/3 double outlets and one GFCI in head
30 amp shore power cord
Distribution panel with breakers
Mast height above waterline is 49'3"
North Sails partially battened mainsail, with Dutchman lazy jack system
North Sails 135% Genoa
North sails Spinnaker
Harken roller furling jib system
Dual Jib halyards
Hydraulic boom vang
All lines are led to cockpit
Harken Genoa furling system