A Great Inventory of Yachts

May 8, 2017Diana Lengerson

Sabre yachts for sale promise to give you the glorious watercraft that meet their “Crafted in the Maine Tradition” motto, which they feel says it all about the quality and seaworthiness of their superior yachts.

Their history and successful story goes back to the year 1970, when Roger Hewson, the founder of the company, was determined to build the very best 28-foot sailing yacht with the use of fiberglass technology and production line methods. In 1989 the company’s market was broadened by the creation of the first Sabreline 36 “Fast Trawler,” a motor yacht with three cabins and an over-all spacious and innovative design along with other fine features.

Those above successes led to the current crafting of motor and sail yachts in two boat-building yards in Raymond, Maine, which is just a little more than two hours away from Boston and about 25 miles from Portland. Back Cove Yachts, their sister company, operates from a Rockland, Maine, facility, and they manufacture small to medium sized motor yachts with a single diesel engine and spans of 30 to 41 feet in length.

The Sabre 66 Dirigo is the most luxurious and modern Sabre motor yacht to date and is the first Downeast-style American-built yacht of this size that is available on the market. If you were to purchase this one, you would enjoy a functional foredeck, a comfortable and large cockpit, on-deck safe and secure walking surfaces, a beautiful interior, and an invigorating performance out on the water. Sabre also produces powerboat models from 38 to 66 feet long using VIP resin infusion technology to delight customers throughout the world.

If you are in the market for the newest model or a used and in great condition yacht in Florida, Yacht Registry in Naples and Dunedin is the established and reliable yacht dealer for the Gulf Coasts area that you should check with and get a chance to see the large selection of watercraft and get all the details. In addition to other brands, they have the Sabre Yachts and Back Cove Yachts that have been discussed here.

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