"Skana II" is a gorgeous blue-hulled Sabre 386, built out of Maine, USA. A classic-looking beauty designed with performance and offshore cruising in mind. She has two large cabins with a convertible settee to Port and long settee to Starboard to sleep 7 total. Gorgeous Cherry interior with teak and holly sole. Classic Main.
- Diesel Heating
- Good electronics - Raymarine chartplotter with radar, wind, speed and depth instruments, and autopilot
- Spacious Galley - Double sinks, 3-burner stove and oven, refrigerator and freezer, nice cabinetry.
- Great care and maintenance. Boat shows great inside and out.
- The Sabre 386 was launched in January 2004 and in October 2004 was awarded Cruising World Magazine’s Boat of the Year Award as Best Mid-sized Performance Cruiser as well as Overall Domestic Boat of the Year.
"The exterior stainless steel on the 386 is absolutely flawless; the interior joinery, all in cherry, likewise seems only to improve with each new generation. [...] Other things that impressed me include the deep keel sump (about 2 feet), the centerline galley sinks, the accessible engine space, the superior construction quality, and the excellent handholds throughout the interior." - Sail Magazine
On Interior Layout: "The 386 modernizes the traditional interior layout with large bunks fore and aft, [...] the objective was to find some balance between "accommodation" and "storage." The trend of modern designs is to focus more narrowly on creature comforts, sometimes at the expense of practical concerns like locker space. The typical 386 owner will not try to stow six months worth of canned goods aboard the boat, but they should be able to stow the essentials for an offshore passage." - Sailing Magazine
On Performance: "We saw 15 knots of wind from the west with gusts to 20 during the test sail and the deep-keel version of the 386, which draws 6 feet, 10 inches proved stiff and accelerated well in the puffs. She was easy to handle and felt sporty for a luxury cruising boat, seeming lighter than her actual weight. Sabre estimates a PHRF rating of 81, and it's not unreasonable to expect that a certain number of owners will be inspired to enter club races that they might avoid in another boat." - Sailing Magazine
Exterior Description & Features
- Wheel - 40-inch leather-wrapped S/S
- Chartplotter - Raymarine E80 color chartplotter with Radar (Helm)
- Multifunction Display - Raymarine ST60+, shows Speed/Trip/Timer (Helm)
- Speedometer - Raymarine ST60+ (Helm)
- Wind - Raymarine ST60+wind gauge with wind speed and angle (Helm)
- Compass - At Helm
- Engine controls - Mounted on the starboard side of the compass binnacle
- Table - Flip up wood table, two drink holders.
- Winches - Lewmar Stainless Steel Size 50, 2-speed, self tailing in cockpit for genoa winches and Size 40, 2 speed, self tailing deck mounted for mainsail/halyard winches. One of the Size 40 winches is also electric.
- Winch Handles - 3 Lewmar winch handles, one locking,
- Storage - Two deep storages under helm seat, one locker to port in front of helm. Spring lifted!
- Dodger - Navy Iverson dodger with white trim, in great shape.
- Stainless Steel Dorades - 2
- Hatches - 5 Opening Hatches in polished aluminium
- Opening Ports - 7 Stainless Steel
- Stainless Steel chocks
- Stainless Steel head fitting
- Sail locker - forward hatch opens to access both this locker and separated anchor locker.
- Genoa Tracks - Located on inside part of side decks, out of the way to avoid tripping. Extra-long.
- Spinnaker/Gennaker Tracks - Located on wooden cap rail. (No Spinnaker included).
- Headsail furler - Harken
- Closed cell Divinycell PVC foam cored, hand-laminated fiberglass of alternate layers of mat knitted biaxial roving.
- ISO NPG gelcoat.
- Below waterline, Sabre technology is utilized, consisting of chopped strand glass and vinylester resin as a back up for ISO NPG gelcoat.
- Bulkheads, berth faces, shelves and floor stringers laminated to hull providing integral, structural strength.
- Keel Type: Bulb
- Ballast: 6028 lb
- Displacement: 17250 sq ft
- Max Draft: 6 foot 10
- A modern NACA section fin keel cast in lead with antimony added for strength.
- Thru-bolted to a reinforced hull keel sump with stainless steel bolts and bronze nuts.
Rig & Sails:
- Aluminum, keel stepped, mast with double swept airfoil spreaders, mast-head rig with white Awlgrip finish. Internal main and genoa halyards.
- Sail Area: IJPE : 763.00 sq ft
I : 51.83 ft
J : 15.00 ft
P : 45.33 ft
E : 16.42 ft
- Working Sail Area : 763.00 sq ft
- Main - Classic main, Fully-battened, North Sails brand, in excellent condition. Navy blue sail cover.
- Jib - North Sails brand, excellent condition, white Sunbrella cover on edge.
- Fenders, dock lines, MOB lifting ring, horseshoe ring, small dock ladder are included.
- Others - Deck brush, bucket, scrub brushes, bosun's chair.
- Tender - Silver Marine 8 Ft Inflatable, with inflatable bottom.
- Outboard - Honda 2.5 HP, Air-cooled, weights 27.5 Lbs.
Interior Description & Features
- Interior Wood - American Cherry, varnished for durability and depth with smooth satin finish. Teak and holly cabin sole.
- Ventilation & Light - Stainless Steel ports and opening hatches
- Two cabins, one head version.
- Diesel Heater - Webasto 5000 forced air furnace
- Description from Sailing Magazine: Unlike a number of modern designs, the 386's saloon settees can, in fact, be used for sleeping. On the port side this is facilitated by a hinged dining table that easily folds up out of the way, and clips to the bulkhead next to the hide-wrapped mast. On the starboard side the navigator uses the aft end of the settee as a seat, and on offshore passages, will be nudging a sleeping shipmate out of the way when he sits down at the aft-facing table. Also, the backrest for the navigator is a settee seatback cushion that does double duty and swings out ninety degrees from its normal position. The navigation table itself is adequately sized, and there is plenty of space to mount electronics.
- Ventilation & Lighting - Stainless steel opening hatches and ports, along with non-opening side ports bring plenty of light. All the hatches have shade and screens.
- Dining Table - Hinged. Designed to be opened just by the port settee or fully Folds up against forward bulkhead and out of the way.
- Extra bedding - 6'5" settee berth to port which converts to a double
- 6'4" headroom.
- Stove & Oven - Stainless Steel Force 10 3-burner stove and oven. In great shape.
- Microwave - Dometic, above stove.
- Sinks - Scandvik polished stainless steel double galley sink.
- Refrigerator/Freezer - Split fridge and freezer with drop-in hatches; fridge section also has forward-loading hatch.
- Storage - Many lockers and drawers at eye-level and below sink. Well-equipped for a long voyage.
- Counter - Elegant Corian countertop with wood trim for safety at sea.
- Counter Extension - Flip-up counter extension next to sink.
- Also Included: Cookware, eating utensils, food prep utensils, plates and glasses.
- The nav-station seat folds back out of the way to create a full-length settee berth.
- DC/AC panel
- Stereo - Kenwood with CD/FM/Aux plug
- VHF - Icom IC-M304
- Diesel heat control box - Has digital display
- Reading light
- Space for chartplotter
- Storage - Flip-up lid, drawers to the side
- Double Island berth - top of the bed is low--25" off the cabin sole--to get into and out. Four large drawers under berth.
- Vanity - to Port of entrance, has a sink and mirror and storage.
- Hanging Locker - to Starboard, cedar lined, deep.
- Berth - In the aft cabin, the berth is oriented athwartships to provide a large 60″ x 80″ sleeping accommodation below the cockpit. Mattress is split to easily access systems underneath.
- Ventilation - A large deck hatch over the head of the berth opens up the space overhead; smaller opening hatwach by entrance and S/S opening port.
- Storage - Cedar-lined hanging locker, plenty of counter space and nooks.
- Lighting - Plenty of natural light from hatches, and many overhead lights and reading lights.
- Located just aft of the nav station is the head, with sink, toilet and stall shower.
- Stall shower - Has acrylic door, seating, hand holds and towel racks, light and opening S/S port and overhead port.
- Toilet - Quiet Flush Electric fresh water head.
- Vanity - Sink and mirror with solid surface material countertop
- Storage - plenty of opening storage.
Engine & Electrical
- Yanmar 40 hp - fresh water cooled diesel with 2.72:1 reduction gear. Electrical shut-off.
- Propeller - 3-blade folding Max Prop
- Servicing - Last major servicing was April 2013. Oil and coolant changed every season. Last oil change was September 2015. Have records for all servicing,
- 12 volt 80 amp alternator.
- 40 gallon custom aluminum fuel tank, deck filled, shut-off valve, vented and grounded.
- Racor fuel filter/water separator.
- Raw water intake strainer with wrench.
- Four point engine mount system optimized to reduce vibration and noise
- Engine compartment exhaust blower
- Complete engine access through sound and heat insulated removable panels.
- Batteries - 3 (House) + 1 (Starter) Dyno M30 12 volt 115 Ah group 31 deep cycle marine batteries.
- 50 foot shore power cord with GFI protection.
- Master AC/DC Bass 6200 marine circuit breaker panels.
- All wiring is tinned, color coded and meets USCG standards.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.