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1992 36 (ft.) Carlson Sable Catamaran

Inactive - This listing is not for sale at this time

General Information

Listing# 122039

ST PETERSBURG, FL, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Sable Catamaran
36 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
MD2030 D BT
Number of Engines
Engine Type
Engine Hours

General Details

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Originally constructed in 1992 by Carlson Marine of Indiana, this cat had a 3 year extensive refit performed in 2005.  Including:

  • New 2005 Volvo Penta Engines with New Saildrives 29HP @ 3200 to 3600 RPM (1135 Hours)
  • Full Batten Main (New 2005)
  • 135% Genoa (New 2005)
  • New Hatches and Stanchions (2005)
  • Schaefer Roller Furling System 3000 (New 2004)
  • Plastimo 4 Man Life Raft (new 2008) recertified 2012
  • 16,500 BTU Flagship Marine Air with New Compressor 2013
  • Jabsco Marine Toilet (New 2011)
  • Last Bottom Job November 2012


Originally constructed in 1992 by Carlson Marine of Indiana, this cat went through an extensive retrofit over a three year period ending 2005. There is a December 7th, 2011 Survey available. If you have been looking at a Gemini or PDQ come take a look at the Carlson Sable.   New 2005 Volvo Penta Engines with New Saildrives  29HP @ 3200 to 3600 RPM (1135 Hours) Full Batten Main  (New 2005 ) 135% Genoa  (New 2005) New Hatches and Stanchions  (2005) Schaefer Roller Furling System 3000  (New 2004) Plastimo 4 Man Life Raft (new 2008) recertified  2012 16,500 BTU Flagship Marine Air with New Compressor 2013 Jabsco Marine Toilet  (New 2011) Last Bottom Job November 2012      
The Carlson Sable sleeps 5 comfortably in Three Cabins .  There is a removable divider between the forward cabins making a huge airy space.  The Galley is down and to port and the head is in the aft starboard hull.  There is standing headroom with seating for six in the bridge-deck salon when the table leaf is used.
3 Burner Propane (New 2004) Oven with Light and Temp regulator (New 2004) Refrigeration: Norcold 12 volt DC/115 AC top loading freezer (New 2005) and Norcold 12 Volt DC/Propane refrigerator with separate freezer compartment (New 2004) Can be closed off from main cabin to comply with regulations Hot Water Heater:  Excel on demand propane water heater (New 2005) Outside Propane Barbecue All Woodwork, Furnishings, Electrical, and Plumbing replaced (2004)
  Standard Horizon HX270S Portable VHF Navman 3000 wind speed and direction meter at helm  Raymarine ST 4000 auto pilot at helm Digital depth meter at helm Two older Garmin handheld CPS units Standard Horizon Matrix GX2100 VHF with AIS (New 2010) Secon mic/controller for GX2100 at helm Stardard Horizon 3001 Chartplotter, depth finder, and AIS display unit (New 2010) C-Map for East and West Coast of Florida, Western Caribbean and the Bahamas Sitex SSB reciever Ratheon RayChart for back up
True Charge 12 Volt DC automatic  20 Amp Battery Charger (New 2005) Two 80 Watt Kyocera Solar Panels connected through their own controller to charge all batteries (New 2005) Two 12 Volt Start Batteries (New 2011) House Batteries:  Four 12 Volt golf cart batteries (New 2005)  at end of their life 1200 Watt X Power DC/AC inverter by Xantres (New 2005) Morningstar Solar Panel regulator (New 2005) Trimetric Battery monitor system (New 2005) Lighting 12 Volt DC and 110 AC replaced with thermoplastic and stranded copper wire in 2005  Two 30 amp 50' shore power cords 50 amp to 30 amp splitter 30 amp adapter to standard household plug DC Tube Florescent Lighting throughout  2 12 Volt DC Alternators
Volvo Penta 29 HP 3 Cylinder in line MD2030 D BT (New 2005) Port Engine: # 868845 - 5102151774 Starboard Engine: # 5102159584 Two MS258 Saildrives (New 2005)  #prt/stbd  5025   12076/12071 Engine Cooling System:  fresh water cooled via salt water heat exchanger Racor Primary and Secondary for each engine Manual Controls 3 Bladed Props Hydraulic Steering (New Pump 2012)
2 - 26 gallon rectangular aluminum alloy diesel tanks with separate deck fills(note: fuel gauge senders not operational) 4 water tanks :  Two 50 gallon tanks built in port and starboard hulls (rear seams need to be resealed)  Two 40 gallon tanks (New 2005) in forward lockers 15 gallon molded plastic HoldingTank located under cockpit sole (New 2005)  2 - 20lb fiberglass  propane tanks in locker in cockpit (with proper discharge) Propane system rebuilt in 2012 to comply with new regulations 
Hull and Deck
Dinghy Davits (New 2004) Garhauer outboard motor lift (New 2008) Cold Freshwater Shower at aft Deck (New 2004) Stanchions, Lifelines, and Gates (New 2005) Safety netted lifelines Hulls (below waterline)  - molded solid fiberglass construction with 5 coats of epoxy barrier coa t and two coats of Trinidad anti-fouling paint applied January 2010 Hulls (above waterline) - two part epoxy applied in 2005 Decks - anti-skid applied in 2005 Last Bottom Job November 2012 Rudders rebuilt in 2004 In refit...Spaces between hull sides and deck finished overhead and filled with fiberglass insulation backed with reflective foil Bimini top over cockpit with front, side, and rear panels Danforth 22 lb with 20' of chain and 250 ft 5/8 nylon rode Plow 33 lb with 80' of chain and 250 ft of 5/8 nylon rode Small Bruce with 20' of chain and nylon rode for lunch hook
Sails and Rigging
Aluminum Alloy Mast and Boom Whisker Pole Schaefer System 3000 Roller Furling (New 2004) Lazy Jack System Removable Boom Vang Full Batten Main (2004) 135 Genoa (2004) Mainsail cover and sacrificial cover for Genoa
Caribe Solid Floor dinghy 10' 3"  15 HP Mercury (professionally serviced 2013) 6 adult type II, CG approved 1 child type, CG approved Horse shoe throw-able life ring  Floating cushions Life sling Round Life Ring...throw-able  V Pistol and related Flares not up to date  Hand held flares up to date Small Storm Drogue Spare filters, impellers,belts, and numbers mechanical items Bedding, towels, and kitchen wares                                          
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.
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