1998 Sabre 36' (10.97 m)
Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Further improving upon the Sabre 36, the 362's predecessor, the resulting design presented a larger interior, re-designed keel and rudder, and sail plan improvements.
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: HWS36192H798
"La Buena Vida" saw much success in the local in and offshore Charleston racing circuit as well as regattas further afield, and her sellers reluctantly offer her for sale in hopes that she will bring her next owners just as much enjoyment for years to come. A large cockpit, spacious and tastefully appointed interior, and two comfortable staterooms offer a fantastic package whether cruising the Caribbean or taking on some faster-paced endeavors with a full crew.
Bottom Paint 2023
New Raymarine Electronics 2022/2023
2010 Westerbeke Engine with Low Hours
Official Number: 1059639
LOA: 36' 2'' (11.02 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 34 Gallons (128.7 Liters)
Fresh Water: 78 Gallons (295.26 Liters)
Holding Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)
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- Engine Make: Westerbeke
- Engine Model: 35D Three
- Engine Year: 2010
- Power HP: 35.00
- Power KW: 26.10
- Fuel Type: Diesel
Deck and Hull
New Bottom Paint (July 2023)
Navtec Backstay Adjuster
Binnacle-mounted Cockpit Table and Cup Holders
Lifelines Replaced 2010
Deck Re-painted 2013
Boom and Mast Painted 2013
Quick Electric Anchor Windlass
Harken Jib Roller Furling
(2) Lewmar 40 Winches
(2) Lewmar 48 Winches
(2) Lewmar 30 Cabintop Winches with Line Clutches
Entering "La Buena Vida"'s companionway, the aft stateroom is to starboard and head to port. The interior of Sabre's 362 feels like that of a much larger boat, and At the base of the steps to starboard, the L-shaped galley is to starboard, with a navigation station to port. The salon features a settee to port with an L-shaped dinette to starboard. The beautiful salon table is conveniently stored on the bulkhead, opening up the salon space when not in use. Forward of the salon is the v-berth, with plentiful storage, dressing seat, and vanity with sink.
16,000 BTU Reverse Cycle Heating & Air Conditioning
Cabin Fans Throughout
Weems & Plath Tide Clock and Barometer
Double Stainless Steel Sink
2-Burner Force 10 Propane Stovetop
Front and Top-loading Refrigeration
New Victron Inverter/Charger with Remote Controller 2022
(2) Raymarine i70 Multifunction Displays (2022)
Raymarine Wind Display (2023)
Fusion RA70 NSX Stereo System (2023)
Raymarine EV-200 Autopilot (2022)
Raymarine Axiom Chartplotter
iCOM IC-M330 VHF Radio
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From an early age, Gregâs father taught him the value of a dollar earned from hard work and shared with him the joys of a life on the water. These two things would form the framework for Gregâs life.
After graduating from NC State with a BA in Communications concentrating in mass media, Greg satisfied a bit of pent-up wanderlust. He lived in different coastal areas of the United States from San Diego to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, surfing, sailing, and working fulfilling yet obligatory jobs in his field of study before defiantly choosing to stick with his love of boating as his lifeâs work.
Greg muses that he is âjoyfully unemployable in any other endeavorsâ, and he works hard every day to help buyers and sellers make the right decisions. Part broker, part counselor, he finds fulfillment in a very demanding work ethic that requires constant attention to the needs of clients as they make changes to their life and lifestyle, moving in or out of boating or making changes to their choices within their boating life. Whether itâs the clean slate of a new build or the acquisition of the perfect pre-owned boat, Greg revels in the excitement and participates joyfully in the range of emotions that are the buying and selling of the single most worthwhile pursuit in this life: boats.
He holds a USCG 100 Ton Master Captainâs license, a Florida Yacht Brokerâs license, and he is a Certified Professional Yacht Broker and member of the Yacht Brokerâs Association of America. As an owner of both power and sailboats, he can be found quite often on the waters of Charleston Harbor and beyond.