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This Sabre 36 combines classic lines with high performance cruising and quality Maine construction. Finishing touches include a varnished teak toe rail on deck and oiled teak interior with a teak and holly cabin sole.  Ideally setup for 2 couples or a family of up to 6.

Lucky Dog Sabre 36 1990 7 $3000 Rockland, ME $4000/wk


The main cabin has 6’4” headroom, a double quarter berth and nav station to starboard and galley to port. Further forward is a settee with dining table that lowers to convert to a double berth, a single berth to starboard and a hanging locker.

The forward cabin has a v-berth which can be used as 2 separate berths or converted into a  double-berth with the filler cushion.   There are shelves and drawers for storage and a hanging locker.

 The head has two doors for privacy at night, one from the main cabin and one from the forward cabin.  The sink has pressurized hot and cold water  with a shower wand that also mounts as a fixed shower head.

We provide pillows and fleece blankets but we expect our guests to bring their own towels and linens. 


The U-shaped galley is equipped with a 2-burner CNG stove on gimbals with oven with broiler. It has a deep double sink with pressurized hot and cold hot water, an easily accessible ice-box, storage drawers, shelves and compartments.  A fold up counter provides extra space during meal preparation. There are pots, pans and utensils for cooking and dinnerware & cutlery for eight.


  • T-shaped to allow walk around access to large wheel
  • Contoured bench aft for versatility at helm
  • Edson® wheel console with binnacle, compass and drink holders
  • Cockpit seating for 6 with cushions.
  • Fold down teak cockpit table
  • Transom-mounted swim ladder
  • Cockpit lockers for stowage of dock  lines, fenders, cushions, life jackets, etc
  • Bimini to dodger Sunbrella connector
  • Dodger over companionway
  • Propane gas grill can be mounted on stern pulpit


  • 12VDC system powered by 2 house batteries and separate starting battery.   Shore power cords provide 110 VAC to onboard outlets when available.  100 watt 110 VAC inverter and USB charger for use in 12 VDC outlet.


  • Raymarine LR9 Radar at nav station only
  • Garmin GPSMap 740 GPS Chartplotter mounted at helm (NMEA 2000 networked)
  • Garmin Depth and Wind Instruments  (NMEA 2000 networked)
  • Garmin Autopilot  (NMEA 2000 networked) with controls at helm
  • Standard Horizon VHF GX2100 AIS receiver, DSC & distress call
  • CD, FM  and Bluetooth Stereo with inside & cockpit speakers


  • Westerbeke® 27 hp diesel
  • Fuel gauge, water temperature gauge, tachometer, voltage meter, all viewed from helm
  • Fixed 2 bladed prop
  • Anchor roller

Hull & Deck

  • Fiberglass hull and deck, teak toe rail.  Anchor/rode storage  locker on foredeck.  4 dorade vents.  Two tinted hatches (one each for main and forward cabins)

Sails & Rigging

The mast is aluminum and stepped to the keel. The main has full battens, lazy jacks, 2 reefing points, jiffy reefing setup, halyard lead to cockpit, with sheet and traveler forward of companionway and lead to cockpit. 135% jib on Harken roller reefing/furling headstay, 2-speed self tailing primary winches.  A cruising spinnaker with snuffer sleeve is available for qualified charters. 


  • All hatches have screens, insect spray on board
  • Q-Beam hand held spot light
  • Chart Kit, Canada to Block Island
  • Nav protractor, dividers, hand bearing compass
  • General tools


  • 8 Type II PFD’s
  • 1 Lifesling Overboard Rescue System
  • 1 throwable horseshoe ring
  • Handheld horn by gas canister or mouthpiece
  • Approved strobe and flag in lieu of  flares kit
  • fire extinguishers
  • 2 bilge pumps: 1 electric, 1 manual
  • Radar reflector
  • Jack Lines
  • 2 Inflatable PFDs with harnesses & tethers


  • lightweight aluminum Fortress FX-16 anchor with chain and rode on bow mounted anchor roller
  • 35 lb Delta plow anchor with chain and rode


  • 8.5’ Inflatable rated at 1000 lbs capacity with a 2.5 HP 4-stroke outboard


  • Propane grill clamps to stern pulpit, stored in lazarette.


Rockland, ME

Design Sabre 36
Designer Roger Hewson/Sabre
Builder Sabre
Hull Construction Fiberglass
Year Built 1990
LOA 36'
LWL 29.33'
Beam 11.25'
Draft 5' wing keel
Displacement 13,500 lbs.
Weight NA
Ballast l5700 bs.
Engine Westerbeke 27 diesel
Holding Tank 30 US Gallons
Water Capacity 78 US Gallons
Fuel Capacity 20 US Gallons


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