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Old 07-04-2020, 11:05   #1
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2004 Sabre 386- $105,000 St Lucia

Listed well below market value for a prompt sale at $105k!
Sister ships selling for $160-229k!

This vessel was bought and is currently ready for the ARC EUROPE rally that was recently canceled. She is outfitted with all ARC approved safety equipment and 1000L of fuel on board. She is ready to splash and GO!

The Sabre 386 is about as close as one and get to the perfect combination of good sailing ability, great blue water capability, comfort, spacious accommodations, great looks and quality craftsmanship throughout. Built with pride in Maine, they are rightly considered by those in the know as a high quality blue water capable cruiser with as much comfort as any boat of her length can provide.

I actually sold this particular vessel in July of 2019 to her new owner to join the ARC EUROPE that was scheduled to depart the Caribbean on the 5th of May 2020 but due to the world wide pandemic they have canceled the races and the owner sadly has to pass her on. She is outfitted for a safe, comfortable life offshore with all safety equipment up to date, watermaker with a recent overhaul, solar panels, wind generator and much more!

'Sotirius' was previously owned by a meticulous and knowledgeable Dutch sailor who has clearly spared no expense taking great care of her since NEW. Already located in the Caribbean on the hard in St. Lucia awaiting her new owners to continue her maritime adventures.

It will be difficult to find another boat as well taken care of and as well equipped as Sotirius. With her sister ships selling for above the $150k mark and well up in to the 200k's. At $105k this is an absolute steal for this boat and may even be the best deal in our inventory at this time! This boat is absolutely turn key with no issues whatsoever. We highly recommend a viewing of this beautiful boat that is 100% ready for blue water sailing!

Recent maintenance and upgrades include:
Raymarine ST6001 autopilot incl. Raymarine S100 remote ( drive unit S2 New June 2018)
Raymarine Axiome 9 chartplotter with navionics map - New June 2018
New GPS antenna Raymarine June 2018
Superwind wind generator (very quiet) ? 2010, New bearings December 2018
12 volt, 30 liters per hour, Schenker Ready Water Maker (Major overhaul in October 2018 and is as New)
130% North Sails furler Genoa UV band New 2018
New 5mm SS wire May 2018
New engine mounts 2017
New hoses and fittings for propane 2019
New antifouling, 2 coats International Micron Extra EU 2018
Teak swimming platform renewed June 2018
New stern light
New deck switches for anchor windlass
New mainsail halyard
Diesel tank fully cleaned July 2018 and upgraded with inspection hatch
Plastimo 4 pers. ORC cruiser life raft 2018

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name

Sotirius

Specs
Designer: Sabre Design Team - Jim Taylor Yacht Designs
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
Keel: Other
Hull Shape: Monohull

Dimensions
LOA: 38 ft 7 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
LWL: 32 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 9 in
Displacement: 16950 lbs
Ballast: 5764 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 56 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 16950 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 80 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar 4JH3-TBE
Year Built: 2004
Engine Model: 3JH3E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2600
Engine Power: 40 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Yanmar 4JH3-TBE
Year Built: 2004
Engine Model: 3JH3E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2600
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 40 HP


Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (89 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (40 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 7
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Seating Capacity: 8


Vessel Walkthrough

Starting forward we find the master cabin with centerline double island berth, storage includes four large drawers under the berth and more storage space located in the vanity to port. There is a large cedar lined hanging locker to starboard as well as plenty of additional storage shelves.

Aft of the forward cabin in the main salon, there is an L shaped settee with cupboards and shelved units outboard and above to port. There is a fold-up dining table that allows for more living space when not deployed. To starboard is a linear settee to provide either a single berth or extra seating when required. The aft end of the settee provides the seating for the aft facing navigation station.

Further aft in the main salon is the L shaped galley with double sinks inboard forward followed by the fridge/freezer unit outboard with ample amount of counter top space above and the stove most aft along the bulkhead.

Opposite the companionway steps and forward of the aft cabin is the head with hand basin most forward followed by the inboard facing toilet. Aft is the separate and spacious shower stall.

In the aft cabin, the berth is oriented athwartships to make great use of space. A cedar lined hanging locker and vanity provide to port ample spaces for your personal gear. The whole of the interior is fashioned in rich, warm hardwoods to create a beautiful and traditional ambience below decks.

Galley & Water
12 volt, 30 liters per hour, Schenker Ready Water Maker (Major overhaul in October 2018 and is as New)
Electric flush toilet (freshwater)
Heads and shower separated by folding door, shower drainpump
Transom shower hot/cold swim platform
Boiler 15 gallon hotwater (shorepower or running engine, water stays hot for a longtime)
Macerator pump - new 2016
12 Volt Seafrost fridge, front and topside opening, low energy consumption
Force 10 stove 3 burners and oven, gimballed,
2 propane tanks in vented locker
Double SS sink
Corian countertop with Corian lids for double sink
Electric pump freshwater, and manual operated pump
Manual pump for fridge melt water
Deckwashpump, 38ft hose through anchor locker

Electrical & Navigational Equipment

Raymarine ST6001 autopilot incl. Raymarine S100 remote ( drive unit S2 New June 2018)
Raymarine Axiome 9 chartplotter with navionics map June 2018
Raymarine 24 nm Radome - 2006 not connected to Axiom
Iridium satellite phone - 2010
Raymarine ST60 smartpilot
Raymarine I70 June 2018
Raymarine ST60 Tridata
Raymarine ST60 WIND
RO 6700 VHF DSC Marine radio new 2016 connected to cockpit speakers
Raymarine 101E handheld VHF radio
Edson steering pedestal and wheel
Stereo AM/FM & CD player New October 2018
Stereo speakers in salon and cockpit
Simrad 406 EPIRB with GPS 2010; New battery Feb 2016
Navtex JRC NCR 333
AIS transmit and receiver - 2010
Radar reflector

Electrical Systems
DC, 220 Volt AC
(3x) 165 Amp Victron AGM house batteries New Dec. 2016
(1x) 75 Amp starter battery New 2018
(2x) 100 Watt solar panels 72 cells New Dec. 2016
Superwind wind generator (very quiet) 2010, New bearings December 2018
70 Amp Mastervolt multi-voltage battery charger 2015
Mastervolt 2000 Watt inverter - 2010
220 Volt shorepower, 2 cables and one extra for 110 volt, into battery charger
Mastervolt shunt -2010

Sails and Rigging
Selden aluminum mast and boom (white). Keel stepped
Keel is made of lead with deep bilge
SS steel wire rigging (11 , 8 & 11 mm)
(1) Lewmar 40 electric winch - mainsail and reefing lines
(1) Lewmar 40 winch
(2) Lewmar 50 primary winches
(2) Lewmar 44 secundary winches
North Sails MS loose footed 3 reefs (sown-in blocks for reefing lines), single line reefing
130% North Sails furler Genoa UV band new 2018
105% North Sails furling Jib incl. UV band (good condition) - 2007
Navtec hydraulic backstay tensioner, completely serviced 2017
Selden boomvang
Harken mainsheet traveller
Harken genoa track/car both on foot rail and deck (operated from cockpit)
Carbon fiber spinnaker pole - awl grip top coat transparent
Harken genua /jib furler
Mainsail Lazy-bag system
Separate mainsail cover with Sabre 386 logo
Working Sail Area : 763.00 sq ft
IJPE : 763.00 sq ft
I : 51.83 ft
J : 15.00 ft
P : 45.33 ft
E : 16.50 ft

Deck, Hull & Miscellaneous
(5) Lewmar hatches with Oceanair sun/mosquito screens (new 2015)in salon, cabins and head/shower
(6) SS portholes with SS frames and mosquito screens
Lexan salon windows - New 2014 with blinds new 2015
LED lights 2010
LED Tri-color masthead light including anchor light - 2010
Removable hoist for outboard engine, fixed to SS pole for SUPERWIND wind generator
44 lbs Rocna primary anchor - 2010 newly galvanised June 2018
100 ft 10mm galv. chain and 65 ft spliced line - 2016
Deck light
Running lights
SS grab rails on coach roof
Electric Lewmar windlass - New chain and gypsy in 2016
Full set flares in container - New 2019
Robust SS anchor roller for 2 anchors
Lifelines with 3 door openings, port, starboard and stern
Lifelines 5mm SS wire May 2018
New engine mounts and shaft bearing March 2017
Teak toerail
Teak rubrail with SS protection
Bimini & Sprayhood/dodger
(2) Cockpit cushions
Edson steering pedestal with foldable teak table and cup holder
Horse shoe boy & MOB retriever line
Vented propane locker, New hoses and fittings 2019, copper propane duct through the boat
Fenders
Foldable swimming ladder stern
(2) SS dorade vents
Electric bilge pomp - 2013
Whaler manual bilge pump (in cockpit)
(3) fire extinguishers
Emergency tiller
Edson steering wheel with SS cables
Pathmaker
3 Blade Max Prop bronze propeller with vaanstand - fully factory serviced 2014
Eberspracher, diesel heating , (currently not operational, one part needs to be renewed)
Sabre386 Owners Manual and several manuals etc.
Teak swimming platform renewed June 2018
New stern light
New deck switches for anchor windlass
New mainsail halyard
Dieseltank fully cleaned July 2018 and upgraded with inspection hatch
New GPS antenna Raymarine June 2018
Plastimo 4 pers. ORC cruiser life raft 2018 - container on coach roof
9' AB aluminum light weight hyperlon dinghy w/ new 2015 en 8hp 2-stroke Yamaha Includes external fueltank , seat with storage bag for dinghy anchor, line and chain, oars, pump and storage cover.
Fortress FX 23 alu. secundary anchor, 12 feet chain and webbing on roll - 2010
(2) Secular Bolero 275N life vests 2010
2 safety harnesses with lifelines
full diveset 30 min tank, vest, weight belt, regulator
full storage canvas for the boat
2 foldable seats for cockpit and deck
tools, spare parts, docking lines, extra long docking lines
2 handheld GPS
Navionics chart for Axiom UK en Ireland and Netherlands
Separate for sliding hatch (for storage when spray hood is taken off )
New snubber line May 2018
boombrake
fishing gear with Shimano reel
outside sun screens for windows and hatches
5 gallon canister for diesel
1 gallon oil vacuum pump/container
steering wheel cover
large storage bag for on deck
foot pump for fender
Nespresso coffee machine
anchor ball and engine cone

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Old 08-04-2020, 07:02   #2
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Re: 2004 Sabre 386- $105,000 St Lucia

Two engines? Why two engines? How are they arranged? Also, the boat has a 40 gallon fuel tank, but the narrative says there is 1,000L of fuel on board. Where is all that fuel?
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Old 08-04-2020, 07:39   #3
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Re: 2004 Sabre 386- $105,000 St Lucia

The broker probably mixed up listing, two engines with 250 gal of fuel are usual on a catamaran but not on a 38 ft monohull
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Old 08-04-2020, 08:03   #4
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Re: 2004 Sabre 386- $105,000 St Lucia

Sorry guys, apparently the broker had an issue when inputting the original engine and tender details in (thanks for drawing attention to it!). There is 1000L of fuel on board, that wasn't a typo, it's currently in jugs as the owner was prepping for a transatlantic race. Only 1 tender. Correct engine details as follows:

Engines
Total Power: 40 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2004
Engine Model: 3JH3E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2732
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 40 HP
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Old 18-04-2020, 17:41   #5
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Re: 2004 Sabre 386- $105,000 St Lucia

What type of sailing race allows one to use their motor? That's a new one on me
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Old 19-04-2020, 11:46   #6
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Re: 2004 Sabre 386- $105,000 St Lucia

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What type of sailing race allows one to use their motor? That's a new one on me

My understanding was that you are penalized for using the motor for propulsion by some ratio, such as 2 minutes added to your time for every 1 minute the motor is used.
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