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1992 Sabreline Sedan Flybridge

Barrington, Rhode Island


          New Reduced Price  -  Two boat Owner  -  Ready to survey and launch.

 Original Brochure read:  "Power, Performance and Comfort"   This boat designed by the Sabreline design team was way ahead of its time.   The design and layout of this boat is what many builders are trying to achieve in 2021.   This Flybridge Sedan, called a Fast Trawler, because of its look, the Downeast appeal and what was so popular in the early 1990's.  Still is.

The Sabreliner 34 has a refined performance hull powered by twin Cummins 210 Hp diesels that can achieve speeds approximately 20Kts. and can cruise efficiently at speeds from 12 to 17 kts.  A modified deep V hull has a 20 degree deadrise angle amidship & 14 degree angle at the transom. The bow is relatively fine for seakindliness in rougher conditions, and has a chine strake with a 3 degree reverse angle for added lift and spray deflection.

Well constructed, handsome, quiet and comfortable interior.  Flybridge with upper helm station, spacious cockpit, salon with starboard helm station, twin settees and dining table, galley up layout and master stateroom forward with walkaround bed.  Twin hanging lockers, and a head with a separate shower stall.    Hard to compare for this size boat.

Boat has been owned by the current couple for 14 years.   The boat shows care and maintenance including many upgrades, which are listed in the Listing.  Boat has a 5Kw generator and a bow thruster   Also conveys with a 2015 Achilles 10' tender with a 6 Hp Evinrude outboard.

Engines received Major Service in 2020; bottom & running gear look like New;  all thru-hulls  lubed & serviced summer 2021.   Boat is ready for launch.  Easy to survey with NO hauling costs.

                                 Available in Rhode Island.  Encourage your inspection.


Yacht Registry is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Luke Brown Yachts - Ft. Lauderdale.

Basic Boat Info

Tax Status: Not Applicable
Make: Sabreline
Model: Sedan Flybridge
Year: 1992
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Builder: Sabreline
Designer: Sabreline Design Team
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: HWSL40099E292
Has Hull ID: Yes


Length: 34 ft / 10.36 m
Length Overall: 34 ft / 10.36 m
Waterline Length: 30'4 ft / 9.24 m
Beam: 12'6 ft / 3.81 m
Max Draft: 3'3 ft / 0.99 m
Displacement: 17,800 lb
Bridge Clearance: 18 ft / 5.49 m
Cabin Headroom: 6'4 ft / 1.93 m
Deadrise: 14 °
Electrical Circuit: 12 V
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 1

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Cummins
  • Model: 6BTA5.9M
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 210hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
  • Year: 1992
  • Engine Hours: 2275
  • Engine Location: Starboard
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Cummins
  • Model: 6BTA5.9M
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 210hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
  • Year: 1992
  • Engine Hours: 2276
  • Engine Location: Port
Total Engine Power: 420hp
Cruising Speed: 16 kn
Maximum Speed: 19 kn


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 250 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 160 gal


Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Direct
Trim Tabs: Yes
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Motor Yachts, Downeast, Trawlers

Layout & Accommodations

     The layout of the Sabreliner 34 has a Stateroom forward with a island double, walk around berth with 5" mattress.  Headroom is 6' 4".  Ceilings and overhead are covered in a vinyl material.   There is a private entry to the head, following aft. The Bathroom area is on port, with a sink on a vanity and made of molded fiberglass.  There is an electric head and a teak grate, and a ventilation blower in the head.  There is a separate shower stall with a bi-fold closing door.  The head can be accessed through 2 doors, one from the Master Stateroom and the other, from the boat, to be used as the day head.  On starboard are two hanging lockers.  There are storage drawers and lockers for storage under the berth and throughout the cabin space.  Wood for the interior is teak, as are the doors.

       Up a couple of stairs, you enter the wheelhouse, galley, salon area.  The Galley is U- shaped and to port.   Opposite, there is a full helm station with controls and electronics.  There is a helm chair followed by a chart table with a refrigerator below.

       Following the helm / navigation station is a settee.   The Galley is on port and is conveniently located and offering good visibility because you are surrounded by windows.  The U- shape makes working the galley easy.  Ample counterspace allows preparation work to be a breeze.

        Galley has a  new Refrigerator (2018), a Princess Electric stove  with oven (2010), new Microwave (2016).  Refrigerator has a freezer compartment.  Double S/S sink with Grohe faucet, built-in waste compartment and drawers and locker space.

      Following the Galley is another long dinette for seating.  There is a teak hi-low, drop leaf table between the two settees.   Sole is varnished teak & holly.  There are two engine room hatches to access the engine space;  also a entrance for easy checks under the stairs leading from the Master cabin space.   In 2017, the owners had custom drapes and curtains replaced throughout the boat. 

Salon / Galley area has windows 360 degrees.  Four sliding screened windows.  Storage compartments under both settees.  Sound deadening headliners.   Sliding door to the cockpit, aft.   

Flybridge has a Sunbrella Enclosure.  Accesses from the cockpit via a S/S ladder.  Pompanette Bench settee;  storage compartments;  S/S perimeter handrail; teak trim.


Deck & Hull

The Sabreliner 34 has the lines of a Downeaster and a Trawler.  Originally, this model was named the "Fast Trawler.   Because of its hull design and power, it is not a trawler, but can operate at trawler, full displacement speeds efficiently and can get up and cruise at 15 kts.

White hull with blue accent stripe on the flybridge, darker blue stripe and white stripe for the boot top.  Blue bottom paint.  In 2006 all bottom paint was removed, a Epoxy barrier coat was applied and Micron antifouling paint was applied.  It has been maintained since then.

The boat is constructed of Biaxial fiberglass laminated with a core and isopthalic (Blister resistant) gelcoat.  The deck has recessed non-skid walkways with drains.  Non-skid foredeck (no teak) with raised teak cap rails.   Stainless steel rail system with vinyl wrapped lifelines.   Fiberglass bow platform with anchor roller, chocks and 12" cleats. Mid rail and stern cleats.  Flagstaff socket, 2 rod holders in cockpit coaming, teak cover boards.

There are two anchor lockers.  Ample, safe feeling walk-around decks, large cockpit with good freeboard, three insole stowage lockers, molded non-skid sole,  and transom door to swim platform.  There is an anchor windlass (replaced in 2015).  Boat also has a bow thruster and it was replaced in 2012. 

 Flybridge is accessed via a S/S ladder with teak threads.  Although this boat has a lower helm station, the flybridge area is sometimes referred to as the "Command Bridge". The bridge area has a large control console and stowage.  Pompanette bench settee on molded fiberglass locker and companion / mate seats.  S/S perimeter handrails, with a replaced canvas bimini top (2018).  Full Enclosure.  Spring of 2020 saw all exterior teak refinished.

Tender:  In 2015, a new Achilles 10' dinghy with a 6 Hp outboard was purchased and installed.  A lift was attached to be able to roll-on the tender to the swimstep. 

Weaver Snap Davits on swim platform for tender

Anchoring:   35# CQR and T 3000 Danforth anchors with 250' chain

                     Maxwell VWC 1100 electric windlass

Swim platform with telescoping ladder under with grab rail

Aluminum Painted white mast                         Windshield privacy canvas cover

Two Rod Holders                                             Ensign & Staff

Fenders & Docklines                                        Fire Extinguishers

Life Vests                                                         Teak engine room floor grates

Spare Propeller                                                Cabin light, circulation vans 

Seth Thomas Clock & Barometer       


Engines / Mechanical & Equipment

The Sabreline 34 is powered by twin Cummins 6BTA 5.9, 6 cylinder, 4 stroke diesels.  They are turbocharged and Aftercooled engines.  Hp rating is 210 Hp each.  Original brochure gave 14 - 18 kts. cruise and 20 WOT.   Realistically, considering weight and age of vessel, these figures may be optimistic, however these reliable engines are in well maintained condition and the boat will economically cruise at slow speeds ( 8 - 10 kts.) all day long and burn little fuel.   Faster cruise speeds will be upwards to 14 - 16 kts. depending upon weight and sea conditions.  

Summer of 2020, full Service was done to both engines.  Including hoses, belts, air filters, heat exchangers and transmission coolers.  New impellers were installed and few hours have been logged on this boat since.  Boat was winterized and dry stored over the winter.

Also included:                                               Morse Engine Controls

New water heater  2020                               SidePower Bow Thruster  7 Hp

Westerbeke  5 Kw Generator                       Air Conditioning w/ Reverse Cycle

AIr Seps  installed 2007                                ZF Gearboxes & Dripless Shaft seals

Fresh Water cooling exchangers                  Bennett Trim Tabs

Sea Spar hydraulic steering                          Oil Change Pump  PortaQuick 1700

Shaft spur line cutters                                    Hot water tank New 2020

Tank Watch holding tank monitor                   Holding Tank   25 gallon

Racor fuel / water separators                       Campbell water filters

(2) Groco sea water strainers                       Bronze sea cocks

Cross over fuel manifold                               Fresh water source in engine room

External shower in Cockpit                           Hot & Cold pressurized water system

Thru-hull bonding system                             Fireboy auto CO2 Fire extinguisher

Fresh water wash down                               Chart light at the helm station

Manual & Auto bilge pumps                          Aquamet 1 1/2" S/S direct drive shafts

3 Blade Bronze props 20 x 21"                     Bronze Rudders and struts

Inventory has 1 spare prop                           Morse Controls for main power      

Maxwell anchor windlass                              Anchors & rodes

Navigation Lights, docking lights                  Deck lights

(2) Par electric bilge pumps                          Docking lines       

Par electric fresh water pump and accumulator tank.                  


Boat has both 120V AC and 12V DC power systems with a Bass electrical panel. ProMariner 60 amp battery charger.  SURE-POwer multi-battery isolator.

125VAC Shore Power - 30amp Cord. 

Westerbeke 5Kw Generator    Hours:   461   

(5) Batteries.  2 Starting batteries, 2 House batteries, 1 Generator battery.

(2) 65 amp 12V  DC Alternators;  one per engine.

Navigation & Electronics

Garmin 3201C -Upper helm interfaced to AP7000     Raytheon Radar  SL 70

Autohelm Seatalk 7000 Auto Pilot with remote           Furuno FCY 667 color video sounder

Autohelm Seatalk ST50 TriData Depth, Temp, Speed with repeater

Northstar GPS 951x w/DGPS at lower helm (charts from NYC to Lake Ontario, updated

ICOM M56 VHF  lower helm                                        Man Overboard Alarm

ICOM M 59 VHF upper helm                                        (2) Ritchie Compasses

Standard LH5 Intercom / Loud Hailer                           

Panasonic AM / FM / CD  and Bose speakers


    No doubt, this design was way ahead of its time.  Sabreline put together a boat that had what everyone wanted, and still does today.  Considering the tender loving care and the maintenance afforded this vessel, this boat will continue to service its owners in an eviable manner.

     Perfect for weekend cruising, gunkholing on the coast of Maine, or spending a summer exploring places and anchorages you have never seen.   And, handsome to boot.


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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