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Traditional styling, comfortable accommodations, and quality construction are the hallmarks of the Sabreline 36 Express, a Down East classic whose timeless lines turns heads in any marina. Built on a fully cored hull with moderate beam, the bottom was redesigned in 2000 (the MKII version) by increasing the transom deadrise from 14 to 18 degrees and eliminating the skeg of the earlier model. While the Sabrelines bi-level cockpit is roomy enough for some light-tackle fishingand the bridge deck has adequate seating for family and friendsits the elegant interior that captures the hearts of purists. Here, a blend of varnished hardwood joinery, solid panel doors, and a teak-and-holly sole create a warm and completely inviting living area. Notable features of the Sabreline 36 include wide side decks, a transom door, side exhausts, radar mast, and a well-arranged engine room. On the downside, theres no shower stall in the head. Early hull models with 300hp Cat diesels cruise at 20 knots (around 24 knots top), and later MKII versions with 315hp Yanmars cruise in the mid 20s (around 28 knots top), and optional 370hp Yanmars cruise in the mid 20s and top out at 30+ knots.