36' (10.97m) 36 - Virginia Rose
Virginia Rose is a classic Sabre 36 and combines classic good looks with contemporary styling and performance. The low-profile cabin and the reverse transom make this Sabre a lively cruiser-racer. Built by Sabre Yachts of Casco, Maine .
- Norfolk Virginia United States
- Fiberglass Hull
Virginia Rose is a classic Sabre 36 which combines classic good looks with contemporary styling and performance. The low-profile cabin and the reverse transom make this Sabre a lively cruiser-racer. Designed by Roger Hewson, and built by Sabre Yachts of Casco, Maine, Virginia Rose has a beautiful Flag Green hull. Sabre's are known for their inviting interiors of teak, excellent sailing abilities and comfortable cockpits. She has self-tailing winches, rod rigging, Bimini and dodger, roller furling jib, full batten main and a swing keel/centerboard. This design’s ability for shoal draft, with centerboard up, is ideal for cruising inland waters and when her centerboard/swing keel is down for making coastal/ocean passage.
Her low-profile cabin and reverse transom make this Sabre highly regarded for her design and speed. Virginia Rose is a 1985 model with a new (2019) Yanmar 32 hp diesel engine. She has had replacement/upgrades that should provide for years of future enjoyment. Key replacement/upgrade items include mast re-step, bottom bead-blasted and new barrier coat, bright work varnished, buffed / waxed, head replaced, water heater replaced, LED lighting, Bimini / dodger replacement, and roller furling (foresail/jib) just serviced.
LOA: 36' " (10.97 Meters)
Type: Sail - Used
Beam: 11' 3"
Bridge Clearance: 52' "
Draft Max: 6' 4"
Draft Min: 3' 6"
Single Berths: 2
Maximum Speed: 8.6 Knots
Cruise Speed: 6 Knots
Range NMI: 475
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)
Fresh Water: 89 Gallons (336.9 Liters)
Holding Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)
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Starting In the bow is the master cabin with a V-berth with filler cushion that forms a large double. There are hanging lockers and storage compartments. Next aft is the private head with an electric marine toilet, vanity with sink, stowage under and outboard, Hot, and cold pressure water and a shower. Opposite the head are two large hanging lockers. Next aft is the main salon. This has a dinette to port that pulls out to form a double berth. On the bulkhead is a dining table with wings that pulls down and unfolds. Across to starboard is a single settee that forms a single berth. There is ample storage outboard and under both berths. Next aft to port is the fully equipped galley. Opposite to starboard is the sit-down chart table with room for electronics and electrical gear storage under the plotting surface. Aft of this is a large quarter berth. The cabin sole is varnished teak.
Hull and on Deck
- · Hull is Flag Green (IMRON painted)
- · Buffed and waxed spring 2021
- · Bottom was soda blasted and new barrier coated (2016)
- · Bottom painted spring 2021 ablative red Sea Hawk
- · White deck with non-skid in good condition throughout.
- · Bow anchor roller/stem.
- · CQR 45lb main anchor 25 ft chain and aprox.150ft or rope rode. Fortress anchor back up / lunch hook
- · Lofrans electric Windlass (2008)
- · Two midships caste stainless steel cleats on tracks port and starboard
- · most navigation and deck lights converted to LED
- · Teak toerails and handrails varnished (2019)
- · Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits
- · Upper and lower lifelines with port and starboard gates and nylon netting
- · Four metal cowl / dorade vents to provide ventilation in all conditions, replaced and upgraded
- · Teak trimmed companionway with sliding hatch translucent hatch cover.
- · Solid teak companionway boards
- · (2) Large opening hatches.
- · (4) Fixed ports.
- · (6) Opening ports with screens.
- · Transom mounted swim ladder for access and safety.
- · Dodger with covers (North Sails, 2016)
- · Helm cover (North Sails, 2016)
- · Bimini, folding (2014) Stored in off season to preserve
- · Mast repair and re-step (2013, Hinckley Yachts)
- · New topping lift (2017)
- Double spreader aluminum mast & boom, keel stepped
- Mast repair and re-step (2013, Hinckley Yachts)
- New topping lift (2017)
- Rod rigging (believed rigging replaced in 2013 per prior owners no documentation)
- Mainsail Mack Pack (2021)
- Sails (North Sails)
- North mainsail battened
- ·Gennaker (North Sails, snuffer and launching bag, 2017)
- Harken roller furler foresail genoa (serviced 2/2022)
- All lines led aft to cockpit except main mast halyard
- Two Lewmar #16 mast mounted winches
- Two Lewmar #46 2sp cockpit winches port and starboard
- One Lewmar #18 cabin top winch starboard
- One secondary cabin top winch port
- · SeaFrost refrigerator 12-volt system engine drive (works) and dockside electric (dockside unit needs servicing not working)
- · Manual bilge pump at helm
- · Shower electric sump pump
- · Fresh water intake repair (2019)
- · 6g Raritan Water heater (2018)
- · Jabsco (electric head, 2019)
- · Galley faucet (2019)
- · Fuel tank replace 2002 (Whitehall Marine, John White Annapolis Md)
- · Depth sounder
- · VHF radio
- · Log-Speedometer
- · Wind Speed and direction
- · Compass
- · Battery Charger Charles
- · Air Conditioning 10K BTU
- · Sea Frost in-counter cold plate refrigerator 12-volt system engine drive (works) and dockside electric (dockside unit needs servicing not working)
- · Stove/oven CNG fuel
· 2018 Yanmar 32hp Diesel- 3YM30AE (installed 2019) 150 approx. hours
· Drive Type: Direct Drive
· Propeller Type:2 blade bronze fixed
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
Known repairs needed
- Cosmetic- Cabin floor refinishing
- Refrigeration- SeaFrost in counter refrigeration the dockside power unit needs servicing and is currently not working. Owner reports engine powered side works.
- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 3YM3OAE
- Engine Year: 2018
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 32.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 150.00
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Lin Earley was born and raised in Chesapeake, Virginia. At age 12 while fishing the tidal waters of Elizabeth River in a 14 ft. skiff, he fell in love with boating. A graduate of Virginia Tech, Lin’s first career was in finance and banking. His last position was regional president for Bank of America in the Hampton Roads Virginia market. Upon retirement from banking Lin managed a public, Venture Capital Company.Purchasing or selling a yacht is a major investment / financial decision and Lin’s years of financial experience and negotiation skills are a natural for professional brokerage. Combined with extensive knowledge of boating, boat maintenance and a dedication to customer service, Lin is a perfect choice to assist you in buying or selling your dream.
Lin and his wife Susan live in Virginia Beach and currently own a 42 ft. Treworgy Yachts steel trawler they enjoy cruising the Chesapeake Bay and ICW, having logged over 12,000 miles.
Lin is passionate about delivering successful results. Lin can be reached at email@example.com or on his cell phone at 757-672-2778.
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