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The Sabre 28 has a good reputation and might be a good choice for you. But it is hard to really know what you want/need until you have a bit of experience under your belt. No matter what boat you choose, get it surveyed before completing the purchase.
You'll be fine if you go about it the right way. Take lessons, ease into it slowly, avoid bad weather until you've built experience, don't get cocky. If you go ahead with the boat purchase, try to find an experienced friend that can join you for daysails/overnights while you build experience.
I once taught a couple to sail that had ALREADY purchased a 28 footer. Last I heard through the grapevine, they had upgraded their boat and headed off to the Caribbean. It can be done!
Good luck to you!
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