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Nearly every major system aboard "Applewine" has been either replaced or repaired by her current owner in the last 2 years. She represents a tremendous value and possibly the best Sabre 34 MKI currently available on the market. Her extensive list of new equipment includes: New Electronics, New Sails, New Rigging, New Engine, New Bottom, New Running Gear and much more! Follow the full specs tab for a comrehensive list of her new equipment and upgrades.
Fwd cabin offers 5'9" headroom with a 6'4" long V-berth. Hinged door swings shut for privacy, or swings aft to close a hanging locker to stbd. Additional storage is along hullside shelves, in 2 drawers and 2 flip-downs below the berth, and in 2 drawers and a cabinet aft and to port. Natural light and air pour through an overhead hatch and 2 screened opening cabin ports.
Enclosed head is aft to stbd with 5'10" headroom. Stainless single basin sink offers hot & cold pressure fresh water, as well as manual fresh water with a foot pump. A showerhead pulls out of the counter next to the sink. Storage is in a cabinet under the sink, in a flip-down cabinet behind the manual salt water MSD, and in hullside slider cabinets and shelf. A cowl vent above, as well as a screened opening cabin port ventilate this area very well.
Main cabin 6'2" headroom with 6'4" long settees to port and stbd. The stbd settee pulls out to create a double. A bulkhead mounted table folds up and out of the way when not in use. Fold down to reveal a magazine/liquor rack, and flip up the leaf to port to extend the table for a meal. Storage is in hullside ratan cabinets and shelves and in cubbies behind the seatbacks.
Nav station is aft to port of the companionway. Storage is in a flip-up chart table, in hullside sliders and shelf, and in 3 drawers (including tool drawer) and 1 flip-down cabinet below the chart table.
Headroom in the galley is 6'. Storage is in hullside slider cabinets and a hullside shelf above the counter, in dry storage under the counter, and in 2 flip-down cabinets and 2 drawers under the sink.
In 2020, the original engine was removed from the boat by Portland Yacht Services and replaced with a Beta Marine 30hp diesel. At that time a new 1" shaft was installed along with a 3 bladed feathering maxprop propeller.