Boats built in Maine have a tradition of premium craftsmanship and classic American style, and the models produced by this Raymond-based yard are no exception. Sabre is quick to boast about the pride its craftsmen take in producing each semi-custom model. That pride is evident in the details, joinery and lovely lines of these Downeast-style boats that the company has dubbed “fast trawlers.”
Today, the motor yacht range consists of models from 38 to 54 feet in length, and configurations include Salon Express and Fly Bridge styles. In addition to exceptional engineering and detail work, the boats offer impressive performance, as each model cruises between 20 and 25 knots and offers a top-end speed of 30 knots plus. Sabre also manufacturers performance sailing yachts of medium displacement designed for blue water.
The Sabre 456 was designed by the Sabre Design Team in collaboration with Jim Taylor Yacht Design. This award winning partnership is responsible for all of Sabre's sailing yacht designs since 1991. She is built in the Maine where boatbuilding is an art passed through generations of proud craftsmen and women.
While her hull and deck are built using the modern resin infusion technology, her interior is crafted in the traditional manner where bulkheads and furnishings are tabbed to the inner skins of the hull and deck to create a monolithic structure. This provides the strongest possible yacht, one that her owners can rely upon to take them across oceans in complete safety.
In her hand crafted American cherry interior you will discover fine wood working details such as dovetailed maple drawer boxes and elegant inlays. The pinnacle of the boat builders art. Her interior plan offers a sumptuous master suite for the cruising couple and her main salon and galley provide all of today's creature comforts for extended periods aboard. You can rely on the Sabre Design Team to give her all of the great sailing performance for which Sabre is so well known. The Sabre 456 offers the best of the past brilliantly combined with the latest in boatbuilding technology.