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07-23-2013 09:18 AM
kd3pc
Re: Input Sought on a Sabre 38

I had a 38 for a couple of years, actually wished I had kept it. Great boat, well made and sailed very well. Quality of workmanship still shows through, as well as the quality of design.

I had no issues with the cored hull, and had not heard of any major problems with them overall.

The mast step can have issues, mine had just been repaired when I bought it. Make sure it has been repaired or budget some $$ to do so. Try and find someone familiar with Sabre to make the repair.

My 38 handled like a 32 and was easily sailed by the two of us, even single handed many times. Roomy, but not as wide as the new boats. The vberth is tough for two to get in and out, with out waking the other. We lived aboard for weeks/months at a time.

Great boat, and the factory will still help you all they can, when you have issues.
07-23-2013 12:38 AM
juliekristine
Input Sought on a Sabre 38

My partner and I are in the market for a 37-40', 1980's vintage boat. The MK I is on our radar screen as a solid, fun boat to sail. The MK II may be too pricey for us.

The boat will be used on the Great Lakes, here in the US. They are a large, and unpredictable body of water. Most of our use will be 3-5 hour day sails, but we do plan a couple of 100-200 mile trips per year.

We value solid boats, good craftsmanship and an enjoyable sail. Although I don't have much sailing experience, my partner has logged 8000+ miles.

Does anyone have experience with the MK I or II? Does the boat sail well, and has it held up? Should the balsa cored hall be a concern?

 
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