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Notes for prospective buyers

The Sabre 27 was designed by Alan F. Hill and the prototype was built in 1969 by Eric White of Marine Construction (UK) Ltd (Marcon). Between 1969 and 1979 some 400 hulls were moulded.

On this page are various Sabre 27 yachts for sale in the UK and abroad. The Sabre 27 is available as either a fin or twin keel boat.

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Notes for Sabre 27 sellers

A new owner will want to know all about the boat and its equipment. Records of equipment purchases, maintenance and replacements will also be helpful if a prospective purchaser wants to take advantage of the ‘no survey’ insurance scheme. Owners who plan to sell their Sabres are therefore advised to assemble all relevant documents and receipts, so that they can be passed on when the boat changes hands. Find more information here.

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Sabre 27 Yachts for Sale

Boats currently listed for sale: 12

Scarab - Sabre 27 on pontoon

Scarab, Fin Keel, 1974, number 265
€6950

Latest Entry Update: October 30, 2017
Location: 'Portbou' - Mediterranean Spanish/French border
Telephone: 07763 231251

Description

Built in 1974 hull number 265 by Marine Construction UK (Marcon) of Southampton. The Sabre offers good accommodation, with 6′ headroom in the saloon on a 27 ft hull. Fin and skeg keel, sloop rigged and an excellent ballast ratio. ‘Scarab’ is currently British registered on the Small Ships Register.

We have sailed her in the Solent, across the English Channel, through the French rivers and canals, in the French and Spanish Mediterranean (including October 2017) and to and from the Balearics. She is well equipped, in good seaworthy condition and is ready to sail.

Inside:

  • 1 Double (fore-peak), 1 pull out saloon and 2 single quarter berths
  • Jabsco marine toilet & sink in heads
  • Wet locker
  • Galley with sink & cold water tap/pump – New cold water system from flexi tank to tap 2016
  • Cold storage area
  • LED cabin lights
  • Origo 3000 2 burner spirit stove
  • Brass clock and barometer

Rigging & Sails:

  • Stainless Steel Standing Rigging – electronic/visual rig professionally tested 2013
  • Running rigging – New 2013 replaced/added to as necessary
  • Mainsail with slab reefing and 2 reefs (1 ½ & 3) – Crusader sails 2005 – Good condition
  • Genoa  – Facnor roller reefing – Crusader sails  2005 – Good condition
  • Kemp storm jib on detachable fore-stay – 2013
  • Spinnaker & pole with all halyards & fittings & sheets – year and make unknown but good condition
  • Stainless Steel Push-pit, Pull-pit and guard rails

Equipment:

  • 2 Anchors with chain and warp
  • 2 Lewmar self-tailing Genoa winches – 2013
  • Spray hood
  • Mainsail cover with lazy lines
  • Cockpit cover
  • Dodgers
  • Many warps and fenders
  • Bathing ladder
  • Outboard mount on pushpit
  • Eberspacher blown air heating
  • Radio/bluetooth/ipod USB music player
  • Saloon & Cockpit speakers
  • Radar reflector
  • Smoke detectors

Engine:

  • Yanmar YSE12 inboard diesel – Fully refurbished 2012 in excellent working order and serviced at least annually including new water pump impeller
  • 60 ltr fuel tank – 1 ltr per hour at 4 kts

Navigation & Electronics:

  • Rewired 2012
  • Control panel with switches/fuses
  • 4 12v power sockets including one for portable fridge
  • Deck mounted flexible Solar Panel
  • Shore power including 240v outlet in saloon
  • Sterling 10amp Power/Battery charger
  • 1 engine starting batteries charged by: Engine alternator & Shore power battery charger
  • 2 service batteries charged by: Engine alternator; Solar panel; Shore power battery charger
  • Raymarine E7 Hybridtouch GPS/Plotter
  • Nasa Clipper Depth/Log
  • Nasa Clipper Wind Speed and Direction
  • Garmin DSC/AIS VHF Radio with additional remote cabin speaker
  • Cockpit Compass
  • Raymarine ST2000+ tiller pilot
  • Navigation & anchor lights

Safety:

  • Horseshoe Lifebelt & Light
  • Manual Bilge pump – new seals 2016
  • Fire extinguishers (x2)
  • Jack-stays

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Abijak, Twin Keel, Early 1970s
£8250 - Open to offers

Latest Entry Update: October 3, 2017
Location: River Deben - Suffolk
Contact: Chris Ball
Telephone: 07717 826944

Description

  • LOA 8.24m 27′ 01/2
  • LWL 6.75m 22′ 13/4″
  • Beam 2.80m 9′ 0″
  • Draft Twin 0.91m 3′ 0″
  • Displacement 3258kg
  • Ballast 1404kg
  • Sail Area 39 sq m
  • Headroom 1.83m 6′ 0″

The Sabre 27 is a very sturdy and safe cruiser. Abijak was built and commissioned in the early 70’s. She was launched at Poole and spent a year in the water before then being stored on land for the next 30 years or so. Re-launched in 2007 she was re-engined in 2009 with a powerful Beta 25.

I purchased Abijak in 2013 and have completed various updates including:

• New 2016 Jeckells Main Sail and Stack pack
• New 2016 shaft, gearbox and cutlass bearing
• Replacement Heat Exchanger 2013
• Head removed and valves reground 2017
• Exhaust Elbow replaced 2017
• Standard Horizon 180 chartplotter
• NASA AIS receiver
• Cobra VHF DSC Radio
• Orgio 2 Burner Stove
• 70l Solid plastic water tank
• New Standing rigging 2013
• New running rigging 2013
• 2016 Rudder removed and rebuilt with new stainless reinforcing straps
• Heads pipework replaced
• 2016 Anode replacement
• Antifouled late 2017
• 2014 Manual windlass fitted along with 30m of 8mm anchor chain.

I have sailed Abijak up and down much of the East Coast, sneaking in to shallow harbours and making multiday passages. She can take the weather, with oversized rigging and a mainsail with three sets of reefs. The furling genoa also aides simple sailing.

The Beta 25hp engine will push Abijak along at 6kts if needed, and punch through strong tides and when the wind is on the nose. Betas are renowned for being reliable and simple to maintain engines.

All the rigging is in very good condition having only been replaced in 2013, the same goes for the halyards and sheets. The mainsail is brand new, the furling genoa is in good condition with a recently replaced sacrificial strip. The spinnaker, well that is original, and was first hoisted in my ownership. A slightly weird to touch material circa. the 70’s, but it flies well. There is obviously a spinnaker pole as well.

The mast and boom are in good condition with a tabernacle fitted for easy lowering of the mast. The deck is fitted with all the usual cleats including very useful mid cleats.

There is also a Sprayhood which is in good condition though is about ready for a clean and a little stitching. Spraydodgers are also fitted. There is also a really useful full cockpit tent which really does extend the cabin when on anchor or in a marina.

The cockpit is huge for the size of boat, with 2 deep lockers.

Electronics

• Rewired 2007
• Cobra DSC Radio 2014
• Standard Horizon Chartplotter linked to AIS
• NASA AIS engine
• NASA Depth sounder
• NASA Speed Log
• NAVMAN secondary chartplotter
• Hummingbird Fishfinder
• 12v/USB supplies to forepeak and main cabin
• LED Lighting and Navigation lights
• 12v-240 inverter
• 2x 80amp batteries 2013 & 2017
• 2x10w solar panels with controllers
• 240v shore power to 2 x double sockets

Engine

• Beta 25 New 2009 and professionally fitted
• Replacement gearbox fitted 2016. I thought it was the gearbox making a rattle, turned out to be the cutlass bearing!
• Serviced each year. Oil, anodes, filters etc
• 60 amp Alternator
• 60l fuel tank 1-1.5l per hour
• New shaft and Cutlass bearing 2016
• An electric tsunami (commercial) bilge pump is fitted under the engine
• Electric bilge pump under saloon floor

Cabin

In theory there are 6 berths, but don’t get your hopes up, that will be a little too friendly! I’d say 4 with two full size quarter berths, a double forepeak and a pull out double in the saloon.

  • Eberspacher remote controlled diesel blown air heating to the cabin.
  • The headlining was replaced in 2007.
  • The cushions are in good condition considering the age of the boat.
  • Removable cabin table which fits in the cockpit area as well.
  • Floro and LED lighting
  • The galley consists of an Orgio 2 burner stove, large icebox, sink with electrically pumped water from the 70l plastic water tank.
  • The heads, Jabsco twist and lock with Blakes seacocks.

Overall

A very solid boat with a sound engine, new mainsail, rigging, refurbished rudder etc, which is good to sail away and have fun with, and should require only basic routine maintenance over the next few years.

A couple of minor issues – the boat is 40 years old! The topsides gelcoat is wearing thin or starting to become chalky. Structurally it is absolutely fine, but to aesthetically remedy this, the decks will need painting at some point in the future.

Also included:

  • Warps x 4
  • Boathook
  • Tiller Cover
  • Fenders x 6
  • Winch handles

Sorry the dinghy and outboard are not included in the sale.

Feel free to contact me if you have any queries or would like to have a look.
Depending on when you wish to visit the boat may be on the water, so we can go for a test sail or have a wander around when on the hard.

The boat is moored on the river Deben and stored in the boatyard over the winter. The boat can be stored/moored here as there is space. I’ll cover the charges up until the boat is sold, it’s then up to the new owner. You’ll want to speak to the friendly boatyard owner to go through the options if you are looking at keeping the boat down on the East Coast. No issues with the availability of moorings.

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Sea Spear

Sea Spear, Twin Keel
£8000

Latest Entry Update: January 31, 2017
Location: Plymouth Boat Yard
Contact: Ian Sleep, Plymouth Boat Yard
Telephone: 01752 266564

Description

  • Owned jointly and then solely since 1997
  • Well maintained and sound but in need of some cosmetic tidying (paint, headlining and sail cover). New boat in Med forces sale.
  •  Roller genoa, slab reefing main with 3 reefs, wire luffed storm jib, spinnaker and cruising chute
  •  Treated for osmosis before purchase. Coated 2007 with epoxy/phenolic barrier coat. No blistering.
  •  Yanmar 1GM10 inboard diesel driving shaft and bronze prop.
  •  Stainless tubular pulpit and pushpit
  •  Spinnaker pole in chocks on deck. Aluminium spars
  •  Lewmar chrome drum self tailing single speed genoa winches
  •  Manual anchor windlass. Plough anchor on deck to 40m reasonably new 8mm galvanised chain in locker. Kedge: plough anchor with chain and warp
  •  Laid teak seating and cockpit locker lid Laminated tiller with winter spare also supplied
  •  New aluminium framed toughened glass windows, replaced 2007
  •  Stainless standing rigging replaced 2007
  •  Forward Vee berth, dinette in salon converting to double and two pilot berths aft
  •  VHF radio, Simrad chartplotter, log/speed/depth instruments, Sestrel gimballed compass, Navtex, tide clock, barometer, tillerpilot. Navman GMDSS radio and chartplotter available
  •  Red Bombard inflatable tender with oars and Mariner 2hp 2-stroke outboard
  •  New stainless cooker (2 rings, oven, grill), 2006 with Flame Failure Devices
  •  Gas locker aft, drained overboard with double 4.5kg Calor bottles
  •  Full set of crockery and cutlery, tools and charts/pilots.
  •  4 inflatable lifejackets, horseshoe buoy and light .Flexible 5 gallon water tank under vee-berth with charcoal filter to galley pump (Whale Flipper)
  •  Stainless galley sink.  Jabsco sea toilet with Blakes outlet seacock and hand shower
  •  Sliding washbasin with foot pump (cold only)

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Dokeso, Fin Keel, 1972
£3000

Latest Entry Update: October 10, 2016
Location: Brede River, East Sussex
Contact: Robin Chiles
Telephone: Robin: 0787 056 9073 / Robert: 07944 684631

Description

We have owned Dokeso for the last 6 years, she is now for sale due to the purchase of a 35ft oyster. She has a fin keel and has a draught of 1.42m, believed to have been built around 1972. We have sailed her locally to Rye where we keep her, to Eastbourne and across the channel to Boulogne. In the time we have owned her we have replaced all the cockpit locker covers, rebuilt and serviced the whale bilge pump, replaced the tiller, replaced the companionway wash boards, serviced all the winches, replaced the topping lift and halyards and mast head blocks.

Last year we replaced the mainsail with a new one from Jeckells with 3 slab reefing points, a new standard jib. There is also a genoa and storm forsail in good condition serviced by Jeckells. According to our hand held GPS we have achieved speeds of 8 knots under sail. All deck and navigation lights are working. All hatches are secure and watertight and work as they should. 2 years ago we took her out and removed all old antifouling back to the gel coat, there was no sign of osmosis.  Three coats of T Mack anti fouling paint were applied and a new anode was also fitted. At the same time the rubbing strake was sanded down and new sections spliced in as required

The engine is a 12 horse power Yanmar Model YSE single cylinder diesel, which has had a new oil pump, oil strainer, new water pump impellor, all new belts. The oil has been changed annually along oil and fuel filters The 50 litre diesel tank is kept full. There is a two year old flexible water tank in the fore cabin which delivers manually pumped water to the sink and heads. The toilet has been replaced and all seacocks serviced. The galley has a sink, cold box, gas cooker with 2 rings and a grill. There are 5 berths; two in the for cabin with 3 in the saloon. The interior lights work.  The interior is worn but respectable and entirely functional but could be improved with a female touch. Included in the sale is a copy of the owners handbook and a full copy of the Service Manual for the Yanmar YSE engine.

Overall Dokeso is in excellent mechanical and functional condition but slightly scruffy cosmetically.

There are not any electronics, or navigational equipment beyond a compass. There is an echo sounder fitted but not considered working. There are fenders and mooring ropes, buoyancy aids/ life jackets and general odds and ends that you would expect to find on a well fitted out boat, however there will be a few items that her new owner will need to sort out such as cutlery, plates, pans and new flares, but Dokeso is up and running in good order. This is an ideal first boat for a family. Her mooring is paid for till the next quarter day and it is likely that the new owner could continue to keep her at the small friendly yard where she is berthed at Brede river moorings at RYE east Sussex, the charges are currently £375.00 per quarter.

The Sabre owners club is a first class organisation and well worth joining, they are a mine of useful information on the technical front concerning maintenance and improvements as well as holding rallies and social events. As far as I know Dokeso is the best value Sabre 27 on the market at present in a totally useable ready to go condition, Dokeso could sail across the channel to Boulogne on the next tide, she is not a project.

Dokeso is advertised in a number of places, we expect her to find new owners quickly, as stated she is moored at Brede river moorings at RYE east Sussex; If you are seriously interested you are welcome to come and look her over, her co-owner and I live a 30 min drive inland and are both self-employed so should be able to be flexible to show you Dokeso at your convenience.

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Bimini

Pallini, Fin Keel, 1973
£8,500

Latest Entry Update: February 18, 2016
Location: Ashore on the Greek island of Samos
Contact: Dimitrios Tacticos
Telephone: (0044) 07748 967130

Description

General  Description
Pallini is a 1973 fin keel example and has a grp factory fitout making her an early mark 2. She has been regularly maintained and has undergone many improvements over the last five years, first to adapt her to single handed sailing and then to make her more suitable for the Mediterranean, such as a holding tank, a bimini, and a 80 watt solar panel. The current owner has taken her single handed to the Mediterranean across the bay of Biscay and through Gibraltar in 2011, then to Greece in 2012 via Malta. She has cruised the Greek islands since and is currently ashore in the Greek island of Samos in the eastern Dodecanese.

Hull
Fin and skeg design, the hull sprayed professionaly with International two pack polyurethane and has a varnished teak rubbing strake.

Deck and cockpit
Cockpit with capacious lockers to port and starboard with varnished teak locker lids
GRP Gas locker aft with capacity for two Camping Gaz cylinders
Plastimo manual bilge pump.
Engine controls to starboard and instruments moved facing the healmsman
New Harken self tailing sheet  winches on the coamings and halyard winches, all within easy reach of the Helmsman.
Main halyard, toping lift and reefing lines led aft to cockpit.
Teak handrails.

Saloon
Layout, ‘L’ shaped setee with table and under cockpit berth to port.
Galley with recent Plastimo two burner stainless cooker with grill and oven.
Large icebox under sink, Doulton filtered water system.
Under cockpit berth with full size removeable chart table over it.
Upholstery replaced in the last five years, as is the table, galley worktop and locker fronts in solid iroko.
Table can be moved to the cockpit on Desmo leg and socket.

Toilet
Jabsco manual toilet (recent) with retractable basin in iroko.
Additional manual Henderson pump to empty holding tank
Sail locker opposite.

Forward cabin
V berth layout with infill to convert to double.
Locker and book shelves.
Deck hatch overhead.

Engine
Beta 14hp in great working order and regularly maintained.
50 litre fuel tank.

Electrics and instruments
Two battery system, engine and domestic with Victron charge splitter and charged by engine alternator,
solar panel and 240 volt automatic battery charger.
shore power connections with circuit breakers.
fuse panel and switches over chart table
Battery isolators and solar regulator.
Garmin 172c chart plotter, moved to cockpit when required.
Recent VHF with Navtex receiver.
Cockpit instruments- Nasa depth sounder and wind instrument.
Raymarine ST1000 autopilot, new 2014.
Jabsco water pump for pressurised water system.
Navigation lights.

Ground tackle
Rockna 10 kg main anchor on 50 metres 8mm chain
CQR second anchor
5 kg CQR kedge on 4 metres chain and 30m anchorplait

Sails
Battened main
Two genoasof different sizes on roller reefing system.
Unused spinnaker with pole.
standing rigging believed to have been replaced in the last 10 years
and in good order.

Additional
Bombard inflateable dinghy,
Various fenders and mooring lines

Fuel 50 litres
Water 50 liters in flexible tank + 20 in Plastic jerycan

See Yacht on Apollo Duck for more information.

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InshaAallah, Twin Keel
£8,450 ONO

Latest Entry Update: July 15, 2015
Contact: Mike Turpin
Telephone: 07950 465215

Description

Sabre 27 for sale

Twin keel Sabre 27 for sale with Beta 20hp engine built by Marcon Marine. A very well maintained example of this popular 27ft yacht which has had thousands of pounds spent on it over the past few years leaving her ready to step on and sail for the new owner. Sleeps 6 in 2 cabins although more comfortable with up to 4. Full inventory list below:

  • Spinnaker with snuffer
  • Beta 20hp engine just serviced
  • New exhaust system waterlock and silencer (2015)
  • Good condition slab reefing main
  • Full cockpit cover / tent
  • Anchor windlass
  • Electric Jabsco heads
  • Facnor racing roller furling system
  • Electric coolbox
  • Pressurised hot and cold water system
  • Flavel Vanessa Cooker with grill and twin hob
  • Boom tent
  • Solar panel
  • 240v inverter
  • 240v Shore power
  • Mastervolt battery monitor
  • Silva S15 DSC VHF radio
  • Alpine stereo / CD player
  • Simrad TP10 autopilot
  • Chartplotter and South coast charts
  • Nasa depth sounder
  • Stowe log
  • Navman windex
  • Sprayhood (2014)
  • 50L fuel tank and new fuel lines (2013)
  • New headlining throughout (2012)
  • New windows (2009)
  • 140% furling Genoa (2009)
  • 3 blade propeller (2008)
  •  Centreflex coupling (2008)
  • PSS Dripless shaft seal (2008)

Any questions or to arrange a viewing please contact Mike on 07950 465215

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Cinq Mille under weigh

Cinq Mille, Twin Keel, 1975
£8,500 - Price Reduced

Latest Entry Update: May 7, 2015
Location: Glasson Dock,  Lancashire
Contact: Robert Sutcliffe
Telephone: 01200 422589 / 07950 888644

Description

Cinq Mille has been owned by me for 10 years and has cruised extensively in that period between Wales, Ireland and western Scotland. Her two previous owners had her based in the south of England. She is a nice example of this very seaworthy class.

HULL

  • Original white gellcoat in good condition

SAILS

  • Excellent genoa with roller furling
  • Mainsail good condition with slab reefing
  • Spinaker little used + pole
  • Assortment of spare sails

ENGINE

  • Volvo Penta MD6A  2cylinder diesel

CANVAS

  • Mainsail cover
  • Spray hood
  • Dodgers
  • genoa u/v strip
  • (all the above replaced recently in burgundy)

CABIN

  • Wood panelled interior
  • 4/5 berths in 2 cabins
  • Sea toilet (replaced recently)
  • 2 burner gas cooker with grill
  • SS water tank with electric pumping system
  • Gimbaled oil lamp

GPS

  • VHF radio
  • Echo sounder
  • Log

DINGHY

  • Inflatable

DECK

  • Various anchors
  • 60 metres galvanised anchor chain
  • spare chain
  • Mooring warps
  • Fenders
  • Lots of additional equipment

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Ricyor, 1973
£6000

Latest Entry Update: May 7, 2015
Location: Blankenberge (Belgium)
Contact: Guy Vandeweyer
Telephone: 003243651175

Description

  • Wardroom, front cabin, toilets.
  • Front cabin: bunk 2 places , 2 bunks under back axle, possibility 2 bunks in wardroom
  • Rigging: mainsail, gênois, 2 jibs, spinnaker.
  • System of dismasting at sea (in red on photo), automatic equipment for jibs (in green on photo)
  • Engine Volvo Penta 25 cv
  • Legal equipment, compass, depth finder, autopilot, grows longer of helm
  • Refrigerator 220 v, 12 v and gas, cooker gas 2 beaks.
  • Antifouling every year
  • In Blankenberge Belgium, parking space paid to the end of 2015.

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Sabrina

Sabrina, Fin Keel, 1972
£7,750 ono

Latest Entry Update: October 28, 2013
Location: Peterhead Marina
Contact: Mr David Buchan
Telephone: 01779 477491

Description

  • Nanni 3 cylinder 21hp engine less than 50hrs.
  • New stern gear and propeller.
  • Hydraulic gearbox.
  • Twin batteries.
  • Flexible 25gall water tank and tank filter.
  • Eberspacher heating system.
  • Full cradle for lift out.
  • Raymarine Auto Pilot (smartpilot) – electric motor driving hydraulic powerpack, also Morse hydraulic steering.

This boat is now fitted with a three sided plywood shelter cladded with 1/4 industrial white nylon and four toughened windows – dodger altered to suit.

All normal stays and rigging.

Also rubber dinghy with small outboard.

Prefer to communicate by telephone.

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Crestanova

Crestanova, Fin Keel, 1971
£5,750

Latest Entry Update: April 17, 2013
Location: Alcazeres, Spain
Contact: Bob Capper
Telephone: 0151 345 5802

Description

CRESTANOVA, fin keel, built 1971. She is lying at Alkazeres, Spain, on the Mar Menor on her own free mooring.

I am selling due to my age and have enjoyed owning her and working on her, but the time has come. I have done a lot of wood work on her over the years, inside and out, including the forehatch and slatted cockpit floor both in mahogany. Last year I replaced the Nanni D850 salt water cooled engine with a reconditioned fresh water cooled Kubota D950 which has a new heat exchanger. I kept the spares from the Nanni as they are the same as the Kubota.

In 2012 she was lifted out, stripped of existing paint and anti-fouling, inspected and found to be in excellent condition. Both bottom and top-sides were primed, the bottom anti-fouled with two coats and topsides with gloss. The electrics are all in working order, however, to my mind the system requires closer inspection.

The following items and equipment are included:

  • 2.5m inflatable dinghy with 2.3hp Honda 4 stroke outboard
  • 2 Plough anchors and about 10m working chain
  • Spray hood and dodgers
  • Bulkhead compass
  • 850 watt Craft 850 petrol generator to run power tools etc.
  • VHF radio, Navman 700 EU -New
  • NASA depth sounder.
  • Garmin GPS152. New
  • Heads working and in good condition.
  • The interior is sound
  • Sails: Main Good. Genoa Fair, also spare Genoa (needs repair).
  • Roller Reefing, good condition.
  • Fully zipped hammock type sail cover with lazy jacks, new.
  • Halyards and sheets replaced during the last two years
  • Stainless Steel boarding and bathing platform to stern (cockpit entry)
  • Electric windlass (not fitted)

Mooring – Substantial concrete lump – heavy large link chain – large buoy, small pick up buoy. The mooring is free of charge and is adjacent to the marina.

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Tillew

Tillew, Fin Keel, 1970
€9,600 ono

Latest Entry Update: March 19, 2013
Location: New Ross, Southeast Ireland
Contact: John Hickey
Telephone: 00353 86 1736719

Description

  • 6 berth
  • Sabb 10 hp diesel engine
  • New interior refit
  • New upholstery
  • New two speed winches
  • New compass
  • New toilet fitted
  • 4 wheel road trailer

This boat has been ashore under cover for the past two years, during which time the interior has been completely overhauled. She is safe and forgiving , an excellent sea boat and an ideal family cruiser.

Change of circumstances necessitates reluctant sale after almost 20 happy years. She is located in New Ross, southeast Ireland, 20 minutes from Rosslare Harbour. Delivery possible within Repulic of Ireland.

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Black Fox

Black Fox, Fin Keel, 1969/70
£11,750

Latest Entry Update: August 1, 2009
Location: Gosport
Contact: Richard Jones
Telephone: 07768 151746

Description

Black Fox is believed to be number 2 or number 3 of the Marcon Sabre 27, designed by Alan Hill, and built by Marine Construction in Woolston, Southampton. She was built in 1969, launched in January 1970 and is Lloyds Registered D40252.

Black Fox is a fin keel Mk1 model, is very distinctive amongst her peers, having a 3 foot taller mast and extra weight on the keel. Below she is also unique and is completely fitted out in wood giving her a cosy timeless feel. She has always been moored on the Solent and sailed mainly in this area with occasional trips to Northern France and the West Country.

Black Fox has been featured 4 times on the cover of Sailing publications and many articles, and recently in the Reeds Yacht Buyers Guide. She had a very in depth article in Sailing Today, May 2001 issue ‘Sabre 27 is there a better 27 footer?’

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