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Cloud Nine
1995 | 36' Sabreline 36 Aft Cabin Trawler for Sale

1995 Sabreline

36' (10.97m) 36 Aft Cabin - Cloud Nine

Cloud Nine is a beautiful example of a Sabreline 36 Aft Cabin. The Sabreline 36 has a great classic profile and is considered a handsome yacht. This Fast Trawler is owned by a very knowledgeable Master Captain and has been maintained to the highest level. She is ready for your next adventure without


Vessel ID# 2797977      Last Updated: 2023-06-29 08:51:30

$ 137,500 USD

€ 127,675 Euros
$ 185,636 CAD

Description


Curtis Stokes & Associates is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Burkard Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Data Sheet

LOA: 36' 0" (10.97 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 1995

Beam: 12' 6"

Bridge Clearance: ' "

Draft Max: 4' 3"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 2

Maximum Speed: 19 Knots

Cruise Speed: 15 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 300 Gallons (1135.62 Liters)

Fresh Water: 225 Gallons (851.72 Liters)

Holding Tank: 40 Gallons (151.42 Liters)

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Cockpit and Swim Platform

Upon boarding “Cloud Nine” from the stern you immediately notice that the vessel is very clean and tidy for a vessel of this vintage. The Sabre 36 Aft Cabin is a well designed and quite handsome. Molded in steps port and starboard lead to the aft deck, additional molded in steps lead to the bridge. Tender and Outboards not included in the sale.

 

Deep storage located in deck hatch

Cockpit Shower – Hot/Cold

Two 120V 30amp Shore Power Connections

Cockpit lighting

Aft Haus Cleats (1 Port, 1 Starboard)

Cockpit Bridge Staircase molded in

Weaver Tender Shackle Hardware

Railings, Stainless

Entryway to Aft Cabin

 

Salon

The salon is accessed through a pair of sliding doors, one port and one starboard. The salon is inviting and comfortable with its rich wood accents and cabinetry. The blue dinette/lounge is nautical in appearance and go well with the beautiful woodwork and teak and holly cabin sole. A gorgeous high gloss wood hi/lo table serves casual dining duty and lowers to make a double berth for additional sleeping.

The salon is the main lounging and entertaining room. A Fusion stereo system provides entertainment. 360-degree windows ensure the cabin is bright, comfortable and inviting. Storage is always a premium on a vessel and “Cloud Nine” is well designed and has plenty of it. There are numerous salon cabinets and drawer storage. There is no wasted space and access is provided to every square inch.

For evening privacy to just to block the afternoon sun, shades are provided on every window including the sliding salon doors.

 

Fusion Stereo System

U-line Icemaker

Lighting

Electrical Outlets

Curtains

Blinds

 

Galley

The galley is located aft in the salon to the starboard side. The galley is L-shaped and is of the appropriate size for a vessel of this caliber. The beautiful woodwork is continued in the Galley with solid surface counters. Counter space is more than ample. A large stainless sink will come in handy. Lots of storage is available with every cabinet giving complete access to all of the storage areas. The refrigerator is to starboard with freezer above. A Princess 3 burner cooktop with oven below provides cooking duty.

Located within one of the upper galley cabinets are the remote gauge panels for the: Xantrex pro-sine Inverter/Charger controller and monitor; Northern Lights Remote Generator Start/Stop & Gauge Panel; Wema 5 tank monitoring system (3 fuel, water and waste) and fuel transfer pump switch.

 

Nor-cold refrigerator/freezer

Princess 3 burner cook-top

Princess Oven

 

Lower Helm

The Lower Helm is located just forward of the Galley and has both a Port and Starboard pilothouse door for easy access to either side of the vessel. Visibility forward, Port and Starboard are unhindered and the view aft is acceptable for a vessel of this configuration. A dinette is located to Port and can serve double duty as either a dining table for up to four adults or can be used as a chart table for planning your next adventure. The helm is well laid out with every instrument and switch within easy fingertip reach. Running the vessel from this well laid out lower helm is very comfortable.

 

SS Ships Wheel

Full complement of VDO gauges

Bilge Pump switches (auto/man)

12volt electrical outlet (map light, cell phone charger)

Bow Thruster Controls

Searchlight Control (Remote)

Trim Tab Control Switches

Fireboy moniter with override switch

Ritchie 4” liquid compass

Garmin Color (GPS Chart-plotter, Fish Finder & Radar)

Icom VHF Radio

Fusion Stereo System

Westerbeke Generator Remote start panel

Tank Tender monitoring system and fuel transfer pump switch

AC Electrical Panel

DC Electrical Panel

Fly-Bridge

The bridge can be accessed from the aft deck stairs. A stainless steel Bimini top with 3 sided isinglass enclosure with u-zips make the bridge part of the living area of the vessel or the enclosures can be opened up for nice weather navigating. The helm is located forward with great visibility. A single helm seat keeps the captain comfortable and an additional seat to port allows a copilot to assist with navigation duties. Aft of the bridge helm is port and starboard seating with fiberglass folding table allow for entertaining or dining while at rest or underway. As with the lower helm, the Bridge Helm is well laid out with everything in easy reach. Nearly all instruments and electronics have duplicate controls up here on the bridge as listed below.

 

Stainless Steel Ships Wheel

Full complement of VDO gauges

12volt electrical outlet (map light, cell phone charger)

Bow Thruster Control

Searchlight Control (Remote)

Trim Tab Control Switches

Windlass Control Switch (Remote)

Ritchie Power Damp Liquid filled Compass

Garmin Color (GPS Plotter, Fish Finder & Radar

Furuno RD-30 digital depth finder

Garmin Auto-pilot

Icom VHF Radio

Fire boy fire suppression monitor 

Master Stateroom

The master is located aft with tapered queen berth. Portlights allow ample natural lighting to keep this stateroom bright and airy. There is ample hanging locker, locker and drawer storage. A stainless ladder allows direct access to the aft deck.

 

Lighting

Electrical outlets,

Port light curtains

Aft Deck ladder, door and hatch

En-Suite Master Head and Shower

The master head is private and can only be accessed from the master suite.

 

Electric toilet

Stainless sink

Port lights

Separate stall shower

 

Guest Stateroom

The guest stateroom is located in the bow with a traditional V-berth with filler cushion. Portlights and an overhead hatch allow for ample natural lighting. There are hanging lockers, lockers and drawers for storage.

 

Guest/Day Head

The Guest/Day head is accessed from inside the guest stateroom.

 

Electric toilet

Stainless sink

Port light

Wet head shower

Engine Room

The engine room may be accessed from several deck hatches in the salon, or from the forward stateroom staircase. The engine room is clean and uncluttered as most of the machinery is located forward and leaves the aft section of the engine room for the engines and transmissions. The engine room is roomy, clean and bright with the provided lighting.

 

Caterpillar Diesel Engines – Straight Inboard (3116s @ 315 hp each)

Raycore Primary filters (engine & generator)

Westerbeke Generator with full sound shield

lighting

Broker's Comments

“Cloud Nine” is a fine example of a well thought out and handsomely constructed Aft Cabin Motor Yacht. Sabreline marketed this model as a Fast Trawler and with a cruising speed of 18 knots, they were correct. This Sabreline is owned by a very knowledgeable Master Captain and has been well cared for and maintained. She is ready to leave the dock for any adventure you could think of. This 1995 Sabreline 36 Aft Cabin Motoryacht is in well above average condition and will not disappoint. Call today to make an appointment to “Cloud Nine” today.

 

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: 3116
  • Engine Year: 1995
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type:
  • Power HP: 315.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 2560.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Caterpillar
  • Engine Model: 3116
  • Engine Year: 1995
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type:
  • Power HP: 315.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 2560.00

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