Note: This is a centerboard boat. Board up 4'2", Board down 7"11".
We are pleased to offer this well-cared-for Sabre 362. She is in exceptional condition and is a delight to show. Cherry interior, Seafrost refrigeration, excellent electronics, Max prop, and Espar Diesel cabin heat, are just a few of the reasons this yacht is superior to similarly aged sisterships.
The Sabre 362 offers a good balance of sailing features and creature comforts that has resulted in an enduring appeal to a wide variety of sailors. It was introduced in late 1993 and should not be confused with the Sabre 36 (1984–91). The latter was designed by Sabre’s founder Roger Hewson while the former was designed by Marblehead, MA, designer Jim Taylor. At 36’ 2” length overall, the 362 is only two inches longer than her predecessor but her waterline length is more than a foot longer at 30’ 5” and her beam is nine inches wider at an even 12’. The hull shapes are quite different, particularly below the waterline, and the newer Sabre 362 has considerably more interior volume. Three different keel configurations have been offered on the Sabre 362: a keel/centerboard which draws 4’ 2” with the board up, a wing keel that draws 4’ 8”, and a deep fin keel that draws 6’ 8”. Displacement is 13,800 pounds with fin keel, 14,060 pounds with wing keel, and 14,980 pounds with centerboard.
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Tim Kohl has spent most of his life on the water. As a youth he grew up fishing the waters of the St Lawrence River. In high school he worked for a master marine carpenter doing wood repairs and caught the bug to go sailing.
A degree from Rochester Institute of Technology in Printing Management served him well in his early career as a manager. From there, he ran printing plants. Then moving into the high tech imaging equipment sales and custom software solutions to national accounts like General Dynamics Marine, Honda, Bombardier and UTC.
Thirty years ago he was exposed to salt water sailing and fishing and never looked back.
A USCG Captain’s license and over 720 documented days at sea have allowed him exposure to great adventures offshore and around the buoys. His passion is to be at sea; racing sail boats, around the buoys and off shore, and offshore fishing.
A sailing racer for over 25 years, he has sailed in Newport, Long Island Sound, Maine, San Francisco, Chicago, Miami, Key West, Charleston, and Annapolis. During that time he has crewed in numerous J 105 and J 109 North American championships with two firsts and two seconds overall.
As resident of Newport Rhode Island, Tim lives in a community that feeds his passions.
Tim’s knowledge of the sea and boats – both sail and power and his sales professionalism creates a pleasant and informative buying or selling experience for his clients. He is a great resource to his clients.