This 1974 Sabre 28 "Katura" was the first design for the newly-formed company. Its design goal was to build the finest 28-foot sailing yacht available, using the state of the art materials and techniques available at the time and construct the boat on a modern assembly line basis, to realize good economy and production quality. The Sabre 28 is a small recreational keelboat built predominantly of fiberglass, with extensive teak wood trim. It has a masthead sloop rig, a raked stem, vertical transom, skeg-mounted rudder controlled by a ship's wheel and a swept fixed fin keel.
The accommodations include a double "V" berth in the forward cabin, single and double bunks in the main cabin and a quarter berth. The forward cabin has a door for privacy. The head includes a hanging locker and a dorade vent. The main cabin has a folding table that stows against a bulkhead. The galley features a recessed stove.
The cockpit is over 7' in length. Other features include a foredeck hatch, four opening and four fixed ports, internal halyards for both the mainsail and genoa, raised by a mast-mounted winch. The mainsheet traveler is mounted on the transom keeping it out of the way and easy to reach from the helm and genoa tracks are provided. The genoa is controlled with dual two-speed winches, mounted on the cockpit coaming.
Winter storage is paid through August 31, 2022. Fresh water boat and the seller will entertain any reasonable offers...
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This 1971 C&C 27 "Imago" is a great example of the reasons for the remarkable success of the C&C 27. Performance, comfort, and size - she is a great racer and family cruiser. Below deck, 5 berths and ample standing headroom provides comfort to all. There are lockers, drawers, shelves, and storage space abound. Same owners for the last 41 years, fresh water only, steel cradle included.