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Sabre Yachts

Maine Boat Building

Sailing and motor yachts

Sabre Yacht focused on team and boat owners success, blending their suggestions and ideas into new and exciting motor or sailboat designs. The Sabre Yacht Company build medium displacement sailing and motor yachts in two styles Fly Bridge and Salon Express Series in lengths from 38 - 54 feet.

the Sabre 42 Salon Express

Perfect styling and SY art work

Very comfortable boat as a live-aboard for a week or longer time.
First trip was to Kiawah (Bohicket Marina) for the week of the PGA Championship.

A wonderful boat the 452 Sabre Yacht is! Capella, our 1999 Sabre 452 made that fastest trip to Bermuda that I have done in 14 trips on both smaller and larger boats. She performed well in both heavy and light air and the sea kindly ride made it very easy to work and sleep. We Cross from Bermuda to Cascais in Portugal in 18 days with a stop in the Azores for fuel and groceries. Again Capella performed superbly and we are looking forward to cruising in the Med next season. said David Millet

the Sabre 42 "Salon Express"

Sabre 38 SE

The first hull of the elegant Sabre 38 Salon Express is released from the mold. The surface profile is excellent thanks to the great work done in Sabre Yachts engineering team on resin infusion of SY boat hulls.

Sabre 37

We had an old Sabre up until a few years ago. She was a fabulous boat. I miss her so much. We had a lot of great days on that boat. Used to go cruising with the kids for 2 weeks every summer after the Newport festivals. Lots of great memories.
Cheryl Dunn Francis

Really really nice 37' weekender. Cockpit seats large enough to sleep under the stars on, and warmly appointed cabin just big enough to stand in and move around in comfort. Pretty sure you can't stand up inside the Hinckley 42' day sailer (at more than twice the price). The Spirit is a nice blend of speed, looks and Maine built quality. Well done. Make mine Flag Blue or Hunter Green please. Hope to see one at the Rockport show Sunday.Gregory Bakos