St. Somewhere has just reduced price by $15,000 and is asking only $84,900. Now is the time to make a great deal on a great yacht.
Almost new engine, replaced chainplates, replaced rod rigging, bow thruster, solar, dinghy davits, stern boarding platform, shoal draft, excellent sails and so much more. Amazing value in this Sabre 42!
This Sabre 42 Centerboard has recently returned from a 2 year Caribbean Cruise. We found St. Somewhere a few years back for her owners and they have cruised her down the east coast to Florida and then on to their Caribbean Adventure. She's a shoal draft centerboard model and she's got an almost new diesel engine, solar panels, and loads of great gear.
This Sabre 42 carried two sailors in style from Florida to the Eastern Caribbean and back on a recent two-year cruise. Her shallow draft (board up), allowed for sailing in skinny waters on the banks of the Bahamas. Her ability to point well, (board down) allowed steady progress to windward in the Trade Winds. She's rigged for easy single-handed sailing.
All control lines are led aft to the cockpit and her DUAL reliable direct-drive autopilots steer true. In heavy seas, her fine entry alleviates pounding and makes for a comfortable, seakindly motion and safe ride.
Now equipped with an almost brand new Beta Marine diesel, she is ready for her next adventure.
Call now to arrange for your private appointment to see St. Somewhere in St. Petersburg, Florida.
As you step aboard this fine vessel you’ll notice the wide side decks. The cockpit is "T" shaped and very spacious for multiple guests. Once you enter the companionway the galley is to port and the navigation area to starboard. Enclosed head and separate shower area are aft of Nav. Station on starboard.
The main salon is well ventilated, very spacious and has excellent storage throughout. The salon has two berths; port and starboard, and the port berth converts to a double.
The large folding teak salon table is stowed on the main bulkhead and opens to reach both port and starboard settees. Forward of the main bulkhead is the forward stateroom with V-berth cabin and storage locker to port and hanging locker to starboard.
The second original head to port has been removed (can be reinstalled) and has been used as a workbench room giving more storage and work space than on a standard Sabre 42 model.
Engine access is under the gally sink cabinetry on centerline with excellent access from multiple angles.
The aft stateroom has a double berth that sleeps two, with generous storage and seating.
Opening overhead hatches and opening ports give the vessel excellent ventilation. Two stainless steel dorades give additional ventilation when the boat is closed up.
Sabre signature basketweave cabinet facings provide ventilation, and Sabre dovetail joinery in all drawers including the Sabre Tool Drawer at the aft facing Nav table.
• L-shaped settee to port and settee to starboard (Port converts to double befth)
• Large bulkhead mounted teak table
• Large deck opening hatches
• Recently finished teak and holly cabin sole
• Multiple opening ports
She features sixteen opening ports throughout her cabin, offering unparalleled ventilation.
Teak and Holly sole
16 Opening Ports
Multiple 12 volt Fans
1 Head aft w/ separate showers
Par Shower sump pump
Tankwatch holding Tank Monitoring Systems
Master Cabin Aft (Queen)
V Berth Forward
• NEW Beta Marine B-3 diesel engine with less than 10 hours and full warranties.
• New TMC60 transmission
• Vetus Bow Thruster
• Bruntons Autoprop variable pitch propeller (factory overhauled 2016)
• Maxwell electric windlass
• Kato dinghy davits
• Outboard engine crane w/rail mount
• (4) Trojan Group 27 deep cycle batteries New January 2020 (3 house and 1 start with automatic combiner.)
• Sharp solar panels mounted on reinforced Bimini. 2x224 watt (New 2009)
• Blue Sky solar boost MPPT controller with remote panel (New 2009)
• Victron Battery monitor, (New 2015)
• Xantrex 1000 watt inverter (wired to A/C panel)
• OGM tri-color/anchor LED masthead light (new 2009)
• LED interior lights
• 50’ shore power cable
• Dual Raymarine autopilot system (1 active, 1 backup both installed ready to go)
• Airmar 200WX ultrasonic wind sensor with roll and heading (New 2015)
• Garmin 5208 chart plotter at helm
• Garmin HD18 high definition radar. (New 2015)
• Garmin XM weather with Sirius/XM radio
• AIS Class B (networked with plotter and VHF)
• Standard VHF with DSC and remote mic at the helm (New 2014)
• Raymarine depth and wind displays
• West Marine Stereo W/remote at helm
• Wifi extender with 7db antenna
• Tank Tender fuel/water gauge system
Master stateroom is aft with generous storage, large deck hatch and hanging locker.
The guest stateroom is forward with storage/cabinetry and hanging locker with removable insert cushion.
Galley is V shaped to port and on centerline.
Two top opening doors for refrigeration; Adler Barber Cold Machine 12 V DC
Stainless steel double sink
Generous storage within the galley cabinetry and drawers.
Hot/Cold Domestic Pressure Water system and pump
3 Burner Propane Stove w/ Oven - Tasco
Water Heater - 6 gal Raritan
Manual Fresh Water pump (galley and heads)
Fresh Water Filtering System
Doyle 135% tri-radial roller furling Genoa in Rip Stop Dacron. (New 2015)
Full-battened Island Planet Sails mainsail in Challenge fiber cloth (New 2014)
Lazy Jack mainsail control system
Harken Battcar mainsail slide system
Schaefer roller furling headsail system
Optional removable baby stay/inner forestay for cutter rig for offshore use of staysail with running backstays
Weathermax mainsail bag and Lazy Jacks. (New 2016)
New Chain plates (2015)
New Forestay and rebuilt Schaffer roller furler (2016)
New Backstay W/SSB insulator (2014)
New Rod standing rigging (New 2009)
Hall Spar Keel Stepped mast; Strong and lightweight
Hall Quick vang
(2) Lewmar 52 primary winches
(4) Lewmar cabin top winches
All Sabre sailboats are built "two piece". Hull and deck with stringers and ribs glassed into the hull. No interior liner. This makes for a lighter, stronger hull with superior access to systems (water, electric) etc. Hull to deck joint is overlapping and is mechanically and chemically fastened with full length wood teak toe rail through bolted.
Maxwell electric Anchor Windlass with up/down control at bow
Dual Bow Roller
Delta 44# anchor with 250’ of 5/16” chain
Fortress FX-23 anchor with 250’ of ¾” 8-plait rode & 25’ 5/16” chain
Transom swim platform and removable stainless steel ladder with teak steps
Non Skid material on cockpit coaming for safety
Lead Keel with stainless steel keel bolts.
Centerboard with up/down control from cockipt
Canvas bimini (with solar panels mounted) and Canvas Dodger
Canvas Mainsail cover.
Emergency tiller with cockpit plate for access
Outboard LPG Propane tanks (2) in vented locker
Stainless Steel destroyer wheel on pedestal with instrumentation and easy to reach wheel when steering from the outboard cockpit coaming
Rudder is "balanced" for superior performance and safety
Pot line preventer (ahead of rudder/hull point) prevents crab/lobster lines from jamming rudder.
Self draining forward anchor locker with pad eye for anchor rode
Stainless steel bow pulpit, stern rail and stanchions thru bolted to deck and backed by reinforcing plates
Double, vinyl coated stainless steel life lines attached with stainless steel terminals and turnbuckles
Port and starboard lifeline gates with braced stanchions
Solid Teak toe rail
Twin Stainless steel Dorade vents for excellent cabin ventilation
Double bow roller for ground tackle
Opening ports in salon, cabins and head
Leather wrapping on SS destroyer wheel in cockpit
T shaped cockpit for easy maneuverability
Edson wheel steering system on pedestal with chart plotter
Folding swim ladder
Owners personal possessions do not convey in this sale.