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Sabre 34 Targa
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Description: Sabre 34 Targa
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Review Date: Sun September 10, 2000 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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LOA: 34'-2", Beam 11'-2", LWL: 28'-3" With a 6'-0" draft keel she is a fast stable and comfortable cruiser. Inside accommodations is laidout for 4 people with a forward and aft cabin each can sleep two people. It is equiped with a 27 HP Westerbeke diesel engine which moves the boat very well. In a 3-4ft wave condition the two bladed prop (15" dia. x 10 pitch)appeared to cavitate at times and changed it to a three bladed prop (15" x 11 pitch. Now it motors very well in any see condition. Both interior and deck layout are superb. The only item on the boat that was of poor design is the mast step. The mast step is even with the floor allowing rain water to leak on the holly sole. I have corrected this with making a casting that capture the outside of the mast with a drain pipe in to the bilge. If anyone is interested you can contact me via E-mail. I have also relocated the ignition switch, blower switch and engine alarm to above the engine instrument panel and eliminated the need for the engine shut-off cable by installing a factory fuel shut-off solenoid. The solenoid shuts the fuel off when the ignition key is turned to off.I made a little jig that simulates the solenoid which made a much simpler installation than the factory suggested installation procedure.
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