• 93'
  • 1993
  • ABLE
  • West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
  • $2,950,000


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: ABLE
  • Category: Sloop
  • Model: Cruising Sailing Yacht
  • Model Year: 1993
  • YearBuilt: 1993
  • Year Refit: 2014
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/7 - Crew R/B/S: 2/3/3
  • LOA: 93' 0" (28.35m)
  • LWL: 81' 0" (24.69m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 21' 0" (6.40m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 9' 10" (3.00m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: --
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 12 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 117,500 Pounds
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 550 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: 250 Gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 920 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 5
  • Heads: 3
  • Sleeps: 7
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: 3
  • Crew Sleeps: 3
  • Crew Heads: 1
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Fiberglass
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: Nelson Marek
  • Interior Designer: Nelson Marek
  • Manufacturer: Isuzu
  • Model: N/A
  • Engine Count: n/a
  • Engine Type: N/A
  • Fuel Type: N/A


Hull Material:
Cored fiberglass

Superstructure Material:
Cored fiberglass

Deck Material:
Cored fiberglass

Keel Configuration
Fin with wings

Yacht Designer
Nelson Marek

Competently built by Able Marine in Trenton, Maine and completely rebuilt by the current owner in Florida over the past 2 years.


1 x Isuzu 6SD1MTC, 330 hp, 7,000 + hours as of 5/2015

Engine Room:
Note:  All new lead lined/insulation as of 2013
Full tool box - spare parts
Wide array of electric tools.  Extensive list available

Hynautic engine controls - 2 stations

Hundested 4-blade variable pitch

On main engine runs the bow thruster
2nd 24 volt PTO runs the winches

Village Marine 40 gph, 2006; reconditioned 2013 - new filters not installed

Bow Thruster:
Lewmar 35 hp retractable, 2003

Fuel Filtration:
Racor, 2 units - 1 main, 1 gen

Steering System:
Quadrant mechanical cable chain

Backup Emergency Steering:
Custom stainless steel emergency "tiller" fits over rudder stock

Air Conditioning:
Marine Air - 9 separate units, with a total of 125,000 BTUs.
Note:  The air units were totally upgraded as of the refit.  In addition, you never need to have all running at the same time.

Engine Work Bench
Electric grinder, brush and vise

Approximate Fuel Consumption/Range:
1,500 nautical miles @ 11 knots

Holding Tank Capacity:
Black - 250 gallons
Grey - 250 gallons

Hot Water Heaters:
2 x units, 8 gallons and 22 gallons, 2006/2012


Note:  Florida Rigging & Hydraulics went through the entire hydraulic system in the last months of 2014.  The entire system is absolutely up-to-date.

Sparcraft 4 spreader - Pulled and completely serviced the mast (2012/2013), wiring, paint, lights.  Work was performed by Florida Rigging and Hydraulics and Arie Marine Electirc.  All brought up to as new.  Replaced rods to meet factory replacement specs.

Rig Material:
Mast - aluminum

Boom Material:
GMT, custom carbon fiber "V" boom (2003)

Fully battented; North laminate spectra 95 SRA, new 2012

1 x North 145% geno, 2006
1 x Quantum roller furling yankee, 2003
1 x Quantum furling jib, 2003

Headsail Material:
1 x carbon light
2 x spectra carbon

Offwind Sails:
1 x radial spinnaker, 1 x full spinnaker, both North, 2005/2007

Storm Sails:
1 x storm jib, 1 x storm trisail, both UK

Standing Rigging Material:
Rod - Navtec
Running backstays

Running Rigging Material:
Kevlar, dacron, spectra

10 x Harken, all self tailing - 5 hydraulic, 5 manual

Navtec hydraulic vang
Navtec split backstay with hydraulic backstay rams
Navtec hydraulic outhaul adjuster
Navtec hydraulic inner headsail ram adjuster

Hydraulic Furlers:
Forward headsail Sparcraft furler
Inner headsail - Harken furler

Harken blocks, tracks


1 x Northern Lights, M9442, 30 kw, 4,540 hours

90% rewired, 2013
All new main electrical panels, 2013
The main incoming electrical panel is in the engine room.  This receives shore power which, in turn, is distributed from this panel throughout the yacht to 6 sub panels appropriately located near the services they control.

Shore Power:
2 x forward or 2 x aft hook ups
220/50A, single phase, 60 hz
(2) transformers mounted under workbench, 2012

24V DC system
3 x battery chargers including one off of an inverter on main engine - new batteries, 2013/2014 house, main engine, generator, hydraulics (winches)


Note:  1 x 10 pound aluminum propane tank; 1 x 20 pound aluminum propane tank

Galley Equipment:
Miele 2 burner electric range, 2013
Miele 2 burner gas, 2012
Kitchen Aid convection oven, 2012
Magic Chef microwave, 2012
Grunert cold plates refrigeration, updted 2013
Grunert cold plates freezer
Scotsman icemaker, 2013
Edgestar wine cooler, 2012
KitchenAid dishwasher, 2012

Serving Pantry:
White granite counter top
Serving pantry equipment, including cabinetry, all new in the refit
Wine cooler
Wet bar
Stemware/glass storage

General, Galley:
Black granite counter tops, 2012
Stainless steel sink, 2012
Galley fully painted, 2012
Pressure water systems throughout - 1 x dockside, 2 x 24V DC, 3 x 115V AC

Salon Bar:
White granite counter tops

Laundry Equipment:
New in 2012
1 x LG WM1356HW washer, 2013
1 x Maytag MDE2400AYW, dryer, 2013
1 x Maytag MDE2400 AYW, second dryer, 2014


Security Equipment:
3 x high water monitors - bow, main salon, engine room
4 x automatic bilge pump systems
1 x electric operated main bilge pump
1 x engine driven emergency pump
1 x manual main bilge pump emergency

Fire Fighting Equipment:
3 x fire/heat/smoke detectors - galley aft and forward
1 x fixed Fireboy CO2 system, automatic/manual - engine room
1 x portable CO2 - engine room door area
10 x fire extinguishers throughout vessel
1 x fire blanket - galley

Safety Equipment:
2 x 6 person Switlik life rafts in fiberglss containers, newly painted, refit and certified 2014
2 x 1 person Switlik MOM, new 2014
2 x ACR Precision 406 EPIRBS
Solas flares
Medical (first-aid) equipment and supplies  


Maxwell 24V anchor windlass system
3 x anchors - CQR 105, Danforth, Fortress
300' chain for main anchor
2 x 50' chain plus 200' rode each
Boom Lifting System - main tender
Marquipt tide stairs - manual, 2012
Marquipt swim/boarding ladder
Bimini top, 2013
Dodger, 2013
Cockpit cushions, 2013
Complete hull and deck painted Setpember - November 2014
Hot and cold shower - transom
Forward washdown
Stainless steel anchor roller system
Propane box aft (recessed)
Pilothouse window screens


16' Achilies with 40 hp Yamaha 4 stroke w/water separator, electric start and power tilt with cover, 2006


KVH F33 satcom, 2005
Furuno SSB
(2) VHF Icom


Furuno 36 mile radar, 2006
Robertson AP20 with upgraded PW1 rack and pinion Mamba drive, 2006
Robertson AP20 repeater, 2006
All serviced 2013 - 2014
Furuno GPS, 2003
B&G Hercules 330 wind, knot log, boat speed
Furuno Navnet with dual displays (radar/plotter/sounder), 2006
5 x B&G multifunction displays


Custom computrized video, audio system with thousands of songs, albums and over 800 movies, 2013.  Also servies pilothouse.

Main Salon:
1 x Samsung 40" TV
Bose speakers
LG BD-Rom/DVD rewriter - Blue Ray
Silverstone computer
Donon In-Command integrated network AV receiver
Direct TV plus HD DVR Dolby sound system

Master Stateroom:  (Also services cockpit and aft helm area)
1 x Samsung TV w/DVD
Silverstone computer
Denon In-Command integrated network AV receiver
Direct TV plus HD DVR Dolby sound system

Guest Staterooms:
1 each Insignia TVs w/DVD

1 x Insignia TV w/DVD

1 x Pioneer stereo

Cockpit speakers
Aft helm speakers


FALCON's accommodations are spacious and well engineered for everything from life at sea to life on the hook or at the dock.  Her cockpit is spacious and well protected.  Her steering station provides excellent visibility to starboard and port as well as straight ahead over the pilothouse.

The deck layout is well thought out with an emphasis on functionality and running the important sheets and functions back to the helm area.

Upon entering the spacious pilothouse, there is a settee to port and a dining table to starboard.  The controls and instruments are to port and forward.

Down to the salon, the dining area is to starboard and a seating area opposite.  Aft of the dining area is a bar, sink and chilled wine storage.  In 2013, the original salon was completely removed, redesigned and rebuilt to the new configuration.

Note:  There is tremendous storage outboard of both the starboard and port seating areas as well as under the seats.

Owner and guest accommodations are aft accessed via a spiral staircase from the pilothouse.  The full master is all the way aft with a spacious head and large stall shower attached.  There are two guest cabins as well with one to port and the other to starboard.  The port cabin has comfortable upper and lower berths and the starboard is equipped with a double berth with a Pullman bunk as well.  Both cabins have en suite heads and showers.  Note:  Master cabin has a full entertainment center and the other two cabins are equipped with televisions and DVDs.

Aft of the salon to port is the galley, completely upgraded in 2012.

The crew quarters are forward.  This cabin has two bunks - a double to port and a double to starboard, with separate sink, shower and head.  There is tremendous storage in this cabin.  Just aft of this crew cabin is a separate single captain cabin with its bunk over a full size washer and dryer.

Note:  All built-in lighting is LED throughout the boat, 2013.



FALCON has previously proven herself with thousands of miles of cruising.  She really has shown that she can handle open water cruises and the island to island gunkholing in places from Alaska to the Virgin Islands or the Med.  Her current owner now has literally and totally rebuilt the boat to far better than "as new" standards.

FALCON has had a comprehensive rebuild/refit and replacement of all of her major components, from machinery, electrical and total plumbing.  In addition, she has benefited from a comprehensive replacement of almost all of her interior, with few exceptions.  What was not replaced was totally rebuilt/ refinished.  In addition, from many coats of epoxy paint to her bilges and over 90% of her wiring being renewed, she is the benefactor of all new systems as well.

Redundancy is throughout, with backup systems for all major functions.

Only an in-depth tour of FALCON can adequately introduce you to the thoroughness of her refit and give you a glimmer of what is in store for her next owner - whether it be short cruises or major passages.

There are two sets of all of the up-to-date electrical drawings and manuals for all of the equipment on board purchased as of the 2014 refit.

FALCON is only for sale now due to a change in plans for the current owner.  She represents great value for a world cruiser ready to go!


All ports and hatches rebedded as of 2014.   (Note:  All ports and hatches were new as of 2000/2001 in a refit conducted in California)
All soft goods replaced, including top grade bed linens, upholstery and cushions for bunks and seating.
Entire main salon between bulkheads was replaced  from the hull and bulkheads with all new components