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Quality construction and a beautiful teak interior characterized the Sabreline 34 when she was introduced in 1991. Shes built on the same modified-V hull used in the production of the original Sabreline 36 with moderate beam and a shallow keel for directional stability. Like all Sabre boats (sail or power), theres no shortage of craftsmanship or attention to detail in the way shes put together. Her traditional teak (later changed to cherry) interior is arranged with the galley forward in the salon opposite the lower helm and a walkaround island berth in the stateroom. Everything is carefully arranged with an eye toward practicality and comfort. The large salon windows all open (so does the center windshield forward), and ventilation in this boat is exceptional. The 34 isnt a beamy boat so the interior dimensions are somewhat compact. Notable features include excellent engine access and a stall shower in the head, which also has a wet locker (nice touch). A popular model, the Sabreline 34 will cruise at 18 knots with twin 220hp Cummins diesels and reach a top speed of 2021 knots. Later models with 300hp Yanmars cruise in the low 20s (around 25 knots top).
Overview Luxury-class performance trawler with many quality features gets high marks for impressive build quality, strong resale value.
Features Traditional teak (or cherry) interior with U-shaped galley, lower helm offers near ideal accommodations for the cruising couple. Highlights include large cabin windows, convertible dinette, separate stall shower, teak-and-holly cabin sole. Wide side decks make getting around easy.
Comments Transom door, radar mast were standard.
Performance Twin Cummins 220hp diesels cruise at 15-16 knots (about 20 knots top).