This Sabre 2600 is powered by an inboard Chrysler 318 gas powered V8 engine that was rebuilt in 2017 and runs like a champ. I typically cruise around hull speed at about 8 knots and the gas mileage at that speed has been fantastic. She has a 375 Watt solar system that produces more than enough power to run the new fridge and everything else with power to spare. She has a 60 gallon fuel tank, and also a 160 litre fresh water tank. She's self-contained and quite comfortable to live on for extended periods. There's a good size V-berth for 2 adults, and the dining table can be removed so that the dining table benches can slide together for 2 kids. The bathroom has a toilet that works well and a sink. The kitchen area has good counter space and a new fridge. She's been well looked after for several years by a retired older gentleman who's had nothing better to do during Covid than to look after every aspect of this vessel to keep her looking and running well. I've had many compliments on her appearance and that always makes me feel good, especially as we pull up next to the other vessels, you can tell this one's been receiving the TLC she deserves. She was pulled out in November of 2020 to be surveyed and to have the bottom cleaned. Mid-summer I also hired a diver to clean her again. She's in great shape in and out. Included with the price is a 12 foot Marlon aluminum dingy with a 9.9 hp Suzuki that has about 30 hours on her and is in near "new" condition. Everything works really well with both of these boats and there is nothing that needs to be done, just start her up and keep her clean and tidy. Come winter she'll need to be pulled out to have the bottom marine paint added, and the usual oil change, but overall she’s a beauty and will last for many years to come. If you're interested, my price is firm, please no low offers, I believe I've priced her at a fair price with the 12 foot Marlon aluminum dingy included in the price. I won't sell them separately. I really hope she goes to someone who will continue to care and look after her, she's been a pleasure to own and I hope she goes to a good captain who will look after her.