1989 Targa 34' (10.36 m)
Parlin, New Jersey, United States
This updated and loved Sabre 34 Targa sports two private staterooms, newer standing rigging, lifelines and sails, new interior upholstery, a fantastic design and wonderful sailing performance with her shoal draft, honest 4'6" wing keel. A detailed schedule of all upgrades is available. Don't let this one get away!
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: HWS34370K889
LOA: 34' (10.36 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Sleeps 7, in a warm teak, 'built-up' interior great for two couple cruising, with teak & holly sole, new upholstery throughout, private cabins both fore and aft, beginning with private vee berth cabin forward. Forward cabin has shelves, an opening hatch, two opening ports, storage lockers, ash hull ceilings, 6'4" vee berth with filler and hot/cold vanity with mirror.
Next aft is a hanging locker, a convertible U-shaped dinette to port, a center drop-leaf table, and a settee to starboard. There is a dedicated nav station with tool drawers and chart storage to starboard and a well laid-out galley to port. The galley has a CNG stove with oven, newer SeaFrost refrigeration, double stainless sink and good storage. A microwave has been added in the aft cabin that can be powered with an inverter.
The head resides at the bottom of the companionway and has a full fiberglass liner, manual commode with holding tank and Y-valve, sink / shower and a dedicated shower sump. In the the head compartment, there is a hanging wet locker for foul weather gear. The private aft cabin features a double berth, opening ports. a seat and a hanging locker.
Standing head room is 6'3" throughout and all berths are 6'4" long. There are many thoughtfully placed hand holds. All opening ports have new gaskets. Lots of extras, like dishes, pots and pans, fitted sheets and linens will convey.
Raymarine RADAR on Questus gimballed leveler, Garmin GPS/Chartplotter, Knot, Depth, Wind point / speed, Ray Autopilot ('16), VHF Radio, Stereo
(Show to: Public)
110 Volt Shore power with Cord, Charger, Newer Alternator, Xantrex 60 series Battery Monitor/Conditioner, 4 newer 12 Volt Batteries ('20), Solar panel, most interior and exterior lights converted to LEDs, 1,500 Amp Inverter
Westerbeke 30B-3 Diesel FWC 27 HP, newer alternator, new mixing elbow at manifold, newer hoses, newer stuffing box, Approx 3,050 hours. Spurs line cutter on shaft, Autoprop feathering propellor.
Sails & Rigging
Hall Aluminum Mast & Boom, Keel stepped, Newer standing rigging, Newer Main & Genoa ('16), Tri-radial spinnaker, Spin sock, spin pole, Harken furler, hydraulic backstay adjuster, Rigid vang, Self tailing primaries, 8 Spinlock roe clutches, All lines led aft, Newer adjustable genoa lead cars, newer running rigging, Boom preventer.
Hull and Deck and Equipment
White Fiberglass hull & deck, 4'6" lead wing keel, Balanced elliptical spade rudder, molded nonskid, T-Shaped cockpit, Wheel steering, Opening hatches (2) and Ports with newer gaskets, Dodger w/new Eisenglas ('20), Bimini, Cockpit table, Autoprop feathering propellor, Swim Ladder, Two anchors (CQR & Fortress aluminum) w/chain & rode, new lifelines, two lifeline gates, leather wrapped wheel, cockpit cushions, hot/cold cockpit shower, winter cover re-stitched and refreshed ('21/'22), West Marine inflatable roll up dinghy w/3 HP Johnson 2 stroke OB, Outboard motor crane on transom w/mount, Docklines, Fenders, USCG safety gear, Lifesling.
68 1st Ave
Atlantic HIghlands New Jersey 07716
As the newest member of the East Coast Yacht Sales team, Kevin comes to the firm having had a successful, nearly three-decade career in yacht brokerage at another upper bracket broker/dealer in New Jersey. Among Kevin’s professional distinctions is having served on the Yacht Broker’s Association of America Board of Directors, a peer-elected position. Kevin is a Florida-licensed broker and is the only Certified Professional Yacht Broker working in New Jersey.
Kevin grew up in Maryland, sailing out of Annapolis, and has lived aboard, sailed all over the world, delivered boats to and from the Caribbean, and more. His industry contacts are vast. Kevin has sold boats from as far away as Australia and the Med. The ‘just right’ sailboat, dayboat or motoryacht is out there for most boaters. Kevin will find it for you, or find the right buyer for your boat!
A sailor by nature and practice, Kevin’s best skill set may be on display in the galley. Kevin and his wife have travelled extensively, volunteered abroad and here at home, and have studied and sampled multiple cuisines, learning that the best way to appreciate a culture other than one’s own is in the galley or kitchen, or around the dining room or cockpit table. When not boating or actively selling boats, Kevin and his wife Joan are either looking after their bees, or growing organic berries and fruits and veggies at their home in Little Silver, New Jersey.