38' (11.76m) Mark II - SOVANN MACHA
Sovann Macha is the very popular Sabre MK II (Mark II) keel/centerboard 1989 model. A cruising/racer capable of blue water or bay sailing. She has many recent up grades including a newer sail inventory of: main sail and cover, genoa, asymmetrical and symmetrical spinnakers each with sock.
- Elizabeth City North Carolina United States
- Mark II
- Fiberglass Hull
Sovann Macha (Mermaid Princess) is the very popular Sabre MK II keel/centerboard 1989 model. A cruising/racer capable of blue water or bay sailing. She has many recent up grades including a new sail inventory of: main sail and cover, genoa, asymmetrical and symmetrical spinnakers each with sock. The prior main sail was reconditioned and available as a spare. The running rigging lines have been replaced in recent years and are in good condition. To enhance the cockpit navigation she also has a new autopilot control head, speed indicator & mast wind masthead anemometer. Inside all new freshwater lines and a new water heater. Engine service and new motor mounts.
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Bow to Stern and Rigging
LOA: 38' 7" (11.76 Meters)
Type: Sail - New
Beam: 12' 3"
Bridge Clearance: ' "
Draft Max: 6' 8"
Draft Min: 4' 7"
Single Berths: 1
Maximum Speed: Knots
Cruise Speed: 6 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 45 Gallons (170.34 Liters)
Fresh Water: 110 Gallons (416.4 Liters)
Holding Tank: 25 Gallons (94.64 Liters)
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The Sabre MK II has a spacious warm teak interior
Salon - Large dining table / berth stores upright when not in use
Seating port and starboard soft goods are in very nice condition
Function galley with CNG stove /oven (extra bottles)
Insulated in-counter refrigeration box that has a Sea Frost Refrigeration System (the compressor is not operating so ice is used to cool box).
New fresh water system through out the vessel including new water heater.
Aft starboard state room is much preferred layout over the Sabre 38 quarter berth
Navigation table to port is roomy and functional
Forward stateroom has seating and a sink with ample storage draws and lockers
Head and wet shower is roomy for a 38' boat, the Sabre MK II design is very functional
Note that one step on stairs from cockpit to salon has a missing corner and needs repair.
Westerbeke model M33A 33hp Diesel inboard with Fresh Water Cooling 2781hours
PYI Dripless shaft seal
Racor fuel/.water separator filter
2021 motor mounts replaced
Electronics Navigation Equipment:
Electronics Navigation Equipment:
Loran - Micrologic - ML-8000
VHF Radio - Standard Horizon - Eclipse
SSB Radio - Icom - IC-M710 (needs antenna)
Auto Pilot - Raymarine - ST6001 (new head)
Depth - Raymarine - ST60 (new head)
Speed - Raymarine - ST60 (new head)
Wind Direction - Raymarine - ST60 (new head)
Compass - Ritchie 6-inch
No chat plotter
Rigging and Deck
est. 50-foot Aluminum Main Mast
est. 15-foot Aluminum Boom
Aluminum Whisker Pole
Stainless-Steel Chain Plates & solid wire Stays
Complete Set of recent Sails (see sails for detail)
Lewmar Winches (10)
Steering Station w/ Stainless-Steel Hand Rail
pneumatic Navtec backstay adjuster
Centerboard (swing through keel cable winch deploy shoal draft up 4'7" down 6'8" )
Manual emergency steering Arm
4 - 12-inch Stainless-Steel Cleats
Chocks @ Bow Cleats
Hawse Pipes @ Transom Cleats
Magma Newport Classic LPG grill mounted aft rail.
New 2021 - Somerset Sails Tri Radial Full Batten Main and Somerset Sails Tri Radial 135% Genoa. Other sail inventory
NorthSails asymmetrical and symmetrical spinnakers. Both in socks. Both 1.5 oz. (very good condition)
Spare mainsail - has been refurbished by SailCare including cleaning and resin treatment. https://sailcare.com/
New mainsail boom bag (blue) by evolution Deltaville VA.
- Note: Tri-radials provide a performance upgrade for those who are looking for more than what a classic woven polyester sail can provide. When it comes to boat handling and sailing enjoyment, it’s sail shape that makes the difference.
- Note: Symmetrical Spinnakers are cut in a symmetrical shape and have mirrored Clew and Tack corners based on the orientation of the sail to the wind and require a Spinnaker pole. Asymmetrical Spinnakers have a designated Head, Tack, and Clew due to their shape and do not require a Spinnaker pole.
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.
- Engine Make: Westerbeke
- Engine Model: M33A
- Engine Year: 1989
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 33.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 2781.00
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