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1990 Sabre 34 MK II

  • 34 ft
  • Sloop
  • Sag Harbor, NY, US

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Looking for an exquisitely maintained Sabre 34?  If so you have to see Blue Wren!  She has been maintained with an open checkbook with over $15,000 in upgrades in the past two years.  Upgrades include a new mainsail, new genoa, new bimini and dodger, new cabin windows fixed and opening, new anchor and chain, new Bluetooth and new USB power outlets throughout the cabin.  Add in the routine maintenance and you won’t find a nicer Sabre 34!!! Her auxiliary power is a 27-HP FWC Westerbeke diesel with 1700 hours.  Check out the Full Specs and call for an appointment to see her.


Basic Information

34 MK II
Sag Harbor, NY, US
Vessel Name:
Blue Wren
Boat Type:
Hull Material:
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
Roger Hewson
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

34 ft - 10.36 meter
11 ft 2 in - 3.4 meter
Draft - max:
4 ft 8 in - 1.42 meter
Bridge Clearance:
Dry Weight:


Cruise Speed:
Joystick Control:
Engine Type:
Drive Type:
Stern Drive
Fuel Type:
27 (Individual), 27 (combined)
Max Speed:

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
25 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
75 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:


Total Cabins:
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Blue Wren sleeps seven in air-conditioned comfort.
Standard Mark II interior layout includes V-berth forward with filler and storage under, overhead hatch & two opening ports.
Enclosed head compartment midships to port with vanity and sink, hot & cold pressure water, handheld shower, shower sump pump, marine toilet (electric flush) with Y valve & holding tank. One opening port and Dorade vent provide light & ventilation in head.
A large hanging locker is opposite.
The main cabin has settee / berths port & starboard, the port side pulls out to form a double berth. A bulkhead mounted table is forward to port.
The comfortable navigation station is aft to starboard with a lift top. The ship’s power panel with circuit breakers is outboard, navigational electronics are mounted outboard and forward.
The large quarter berth is aft to starboard.
The U-shaped galley is aft to port with gimballed two burner stainless steel CNG stove & oven, double SS sinks with hot & cold pressure water, large molded ice box with 12VDC Sea Frost cold plate type refrigeration. A manual pump drains any liquids from the bottom of the ice box. A trash barrel is located under a left out cutting board in the counter top.
Interior finish is classic Sabre with oiled teak bulkheads & cabinetry, laminated teak trim and a varnished teak & holly sole.
The interior upholstery is original with matching fabric shades fitted for all ports. A large overhead hatch, large fixed ports & three opening ports provide excellent light & ventilation in the main saloon.

Sails and Rigging

Sail Area: 540 sq. ft. Sail Area / Displacement Ratio:16.58
Hyde sails 135% Passagemaker Roller Furling Genoa - UV leach / foot cover -2017
Hyde Sails Full Batten Mainsail with 2 reef points & adjustable cars –2017
Halsey symmetrical spinnaker (.75 oz.) with sock -2005 Dutchman Mainsail flaking system –2011
Tides Marine Track and Slide System -2011
Hathaway, Reiser and Raymond Dodger and Bimini w s/s frame-2005 Sail cover-2014
Spinnaker halyard led aft to winch & rope clutch Spinnaker with snap shackles – control line &blocks
Quad deck organizer with quad-clutches
Rigid boom vang
2 - #43 Lewmar self-tailing primary winches on coamings
1 - #16 Lewmar self-tailing winch on cabin top for mainsheet
1 - #16 Lewmar winches & 4 rope clutches on cabin top for various lines
All winches serviced -2013 Jiffy reefing on boom
Heavy duty turning blocks for genoa sheets
Harken cabin top traveler 4:1 – ball bearing with jam cleats
Harken roller furling system with ratchet turning block at stern
White Awlgrip double spreader aluminum spars by Hall
1 x 19 Stainless steel standing rigging w/swaged fittings and turnbuckles -2013 Tall Rig – 49’3”’ above waterline
Chainplates located inboard to allow tight sheeting angles Outboard genoa tracks w/ locking cars
Inboard genoa tracks w/ Schaeffer adjustable genoa lead cars, lines led to cockpit -2013 Moveable track mounted cleats on outboard track for docking
Internal halyards – braided Dacron
Running rigging – braided Dacron, sheets are Regatta Braid (easy on the hands)
Flag halyards port and starboard

Recent Upgrades

New Hyde Sails 2017, both Genoa and Main- $5k
New Canvas 2016- Bimini and Dodger
New Cabin Windows, both fixed and opening- Done by Sabre Technician, 2016 (this makes a huge difference to light and visibility in the cabin. All older boats without this done will have bad cloudy, crazed windows)
New Stereo w/ Bluetooth, 2016
Upgrade to Rocna Anchor and new Chain 2016
USB Power Outlets Throughout Cabin
New Motor Mounts 2016
New Water Fresh Water Pump 2016
New Bottom Paint 2016

Routine Maintenance/Cosmetic

Stuffing Box Repacked 2018
Propeller Serviced 2018
New Bottom Paint 2018
Toe Rails Stripped and Re-Varnished 2018
Cockpit Table Stripped and Re-Varnished 2017
Cabin Washboards Stripped and Re-Varnished 2017


Insulated ice box with built in hand pump to drain overboard
Sea Frost refrigeration – 12 VDC compressor with coldplate
CNG gimbaled oven / 2 burner stove
Hot & cold pressure water with accumulation tank
Foot pump at sink for fresh water
6 gallon hot water tank – works off of engine as well as shore-power
Lots of dry storage &cabinets
Formica countertops with built in cutting board
Waste bin below cutting board


Raritan electric head –2013 30 gallon holding tank – 2011
Y valve for overboard discharge -2013
Macerator pump at holding tank located near valve to flush tank at sea -2014
Hand held shower
Formica interior
Teak grating on floor
Separate shower sump with dedicated sump pump for overboard discharge of grey water
Dorade and opening port for ventilation
Vanity and cabinets with storage
Shower sump pump and toggle switch


27-HP Westerbeke 30B three cylinder diesel engine
- Fresh water cooled
- 2:1reduction
- Self bleeding fuel system
- Racor water separator fuel filter
- Water lift muffler
- Fuel shut off valve
- Tachometer
- Engine hour meter (1700hours)
- Voltmeter
- Oil, fuel & temperature gauges
Engine control panel recessed and covered in aft of cockpit Edson dual control pedestal mount controls
Marine Air 12K BTU water cooled air conditioning unit
Edson steering cable and turning blocks replaced -2013
Edson pedestal steering with 36” – 6 spoke wheel – leather covered
In-line raw water strainer with seacock
Good engine access – removable panel behind companionway ladder
Automatic bilge pump -2013
Repacked rudder stuffing box -2013
1" Aquamet 22 Propeller shaft-2005
Cutlass bearing -2012
Rebuild MaxProp folding prop-2013
All thru hull seacocks serviced and greased – each season
Balmar 100amp alternator –2013
Balmar voltage regulator – 2013
Fresh and raw water pumps –2013
Heat exchanger –2013
Engine (all) hoses replaced -2013


Three Group 31 heavy duty marine deep cycle batteries (house bank) -2013
One Group 24 starting battery –2013
One Group 27 dedicated windless battery (in bow) - 2014
Xantrex Link 10 Battery Monitor -2007
Lightning protection
DC panel with 50 amp. main breaker, as well as individual breakers
AC panel with 30 amp. Main breaker and 6 AC outlets
Navigation lights – all are LED (except deck and mast head)
2 bulkhead mounted lights in forward cabin
4 bulkhead mounted lights in main saloon
2 ceiling LED lights in galley, 1 in head
Chart table light
50’ 30 amp shore power cord
IOTA multi-stage 30 amp battery charger-2005
100 amp breaker and low voltage control solenoid for windlass -2014
30 amp Pro Mariner galvanic isolator-2007
2000 watt Pro Mariner Inverter –2013
Two 100 Watt Solar Panels (with mounting Bimini hardware)
15 amp solar charge controller

Electronics and Navigation Equipment

Raymarine i70 Instruments (two on pedestal, one at cabin nav station) -2013
Raymarine Autopilot -2013
Raymarine C95 Multi-function Display -2013
Raymarine Digital Radar -2013
Raymarine AIS Transmitter/Receiver
ICOM 25 watt VHF with mast mount antennae & RF switch (AIS share)
Navipod mounts for instruments and MFD
Raymarine Wireless Remote for Autopilot Instruments are interfaced via Raymarine HG bus.
Fusion RA-70 bluetooth ipod compatible stereo
Wi-Fi Distance Extender module and external antenna

Ground Tackle

35 # Rocna anchor
5/8" x 150' New England Ropes with 100’ of 5/16 HT chain –2013
Lewmar Pro-Series 1000 Horizontal windless – 2014
Lewmar windless foot switches (bow) and rocker switch (cockpit)
Deck hose and anchor wash down Blaster pump - 2012


Cockpit cushions –white
Teak drink holder – pedestal mount
Teak cocktail table – pedestal mount
Edson pedestal and brake at wheel
Ritchie Globemaster Pedestal mounted SS compass Mast head windex
Sunbrella covers for winches, teak handrails & 2 deck hatches
Stern mounted swim ladder – lifts up to fit in stern pulpit.
Manual bilge pump in cockpit with handle Inclinometer
Four life preservers – CG rated
3 Taylor 10 x 24 fenders and covers 5/8” dock lines -2013
Life-Sling overboard system
Edson stern mounted outboard mount -2011
KATO stern mounted dinghy davits -2013
Nova Lift Outboard Hoist –2011
Bottom stripped, new epoxy sealer coating, Interlux ablative paint – 2014
Fairclough canvas full boat winter cover and aluminum frame (designed for in water or dry storage)

Hull and Deck

Topsides are Royal Blue Awlgrip with white cove and boot stripes.
The hull is made from single unit hand-laminated fiberglass moulding with added reinforcement in high stress areas, sixteen layers at the stem, twenty layers at the keelson, and twenty four layers where the keel attaches to the hull.
The white gelcoat decks, with light beige non- skid are hand laminated fiberglass with balsa core stiffening.
High stress areas are reinforced using Marine plywood.
The deck joint is an inward flange, caulked and thru-bolted every 6”.
The vessel has a reverse transom with a low profile cabin house, high teak toe rail, with teak handrails on cabin top.
A fiberglass spray hood gives the companionway foul weather protection.
The main hatch is tinted acrylic, there are two large Bowmar hatches, four fixed ports, four opening ports and four Stainless Steel ventilators/dorades, all with screens.
A large self-draining anchor well, with hatch and recessed latch is located on the foredeck, along with a one-piece stainless steel stem fitting with bow roller to accommodate a CQR.
A Lewmar horizontal windless is mounted on the reinforced hatch with local and remote Up/Downs witches.
There are welded stainless steel double rail bow and stern pulpits, with stanchions, double lifelines and boarding gates, port& starboard.
Sure flow Blaster deck wash located in the anchor locker with an external hose and spray nozzle
There is a large T-shaped, self-bailing cockpit with high bridge deck and comfortable seating.
The raised helmsman seat makes for comfort at all angles of heel.
Adjacent to helmsman seat to port is separate CNG locker with two secured tanks and regulator.
Under the port seating is a large storage locker with a removable panel for access to the stuffing box and steering mechanism.
To starboard is a storage bin convenient for hatch board storage.
There are two large pockets under the coamings for winch handles, dock lines and sail ties.

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.customContactInformation

If you would like more information regarding this Sabre 34 Mk II and to schedule an appointment for an inspection, please contact her CPYB, Bruce McDonald of Brewer Yacht Sales at 631-987-9989 or by email at


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Disclaimer: 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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.(6686330)