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Why Swimming in Your Marina is a Bad Idea

Imagine: it’s a beautiful hot, sunny afternoon. You’re at your favorite marina getting your boat provisioned and equipped for a fun-filled weekend with your family. The sun’s shimmering on the water enticing you to dive in for a refreshing swim. … Continue reading

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Lobstering – A New Look at a Downeast Tradition

Our heritage as a Maine boat builder is not just an integral part of Sabre’s identity, but a defining element of the entire Maine boat building community. This community, born in 1607 on the banks of the Kennebec River, has … Continue reading

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Joey: 5 years with Sabre Yachts

Hi All, In this Sabre Work-iversary post, we’re featuring an interview with Joey, who recently celebrated five years with Sabre Yachts. Joey is part of another ‘Sabre Family’ – he and his brother Peter both work in Sabre’s woodshop. His … Continue reading

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Sabre 45 Shakedown Cruise

We just wanted to take a moment to tell you about our first real cruise aboard Q.E.D. We were out 9 days going from Stuart Corinthian Yacht Club to Fort Lauderdale, Ocean Reef, and Miami Beach.  While we were concerned about … Continue reading

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YES she can take it!

Blue Bliss Voyage Fort Lauderdale  to Barbados, 2013, by Klaus   Chapter  1 Living in Barbados we need very seaworthy boats. We had heard that Sabre’s are well built and when we looked at them at the Fort Lauderdale Boat … Continue reading

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A sneak Preview at the Brand New Sabre 66!

When Sabre first began building 28 foot sailboats in 1970, there were very few large, owner operated motor yachts in use.  Over the past forty+ years the fleet of large, private vessels has grown dramatically with new operating systems allowing … Continue reading

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Wasabi Green with Envy

Recreational boating has evolved in the last few generations.  In my parents era it was the “men against the sea” generation.  My mother pretended to enjoy boating but we all knew she was more comfortable with both feet firmly planted … Continue reading

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Hibernation

Here is a beautiful photo of two Sabre 456 Sailboat’s at the dock in Manchester, Massachusetts. With the leaves already turning and the temperatures dropping in New England, these boats are getting ready to hibernate for the winter. If you’re … Continue reading

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Young crew win Monhegan Sabre Yachts Trophy

Max Jennings has been sailing most of his life-all 19 years! He started sailing at age three aboard his family’s 34-foot Sabre sailboat, Milady. Max’s grandfather purchased Milady in 1985 and Max remembers spending summers sailing along the coast of … Continue reading

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Winner

Congrats to Barry Shapiro for being the first to answer where Lake Wononscopomuc is located! Barry wins a Sabre Yachts hat for his accuracy and timely email. Lake Wononscopomuc is the deepest lake in Connecticut and home to The Hotchkiss School Sailing Team. Sarah … Continue reading

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