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Established: 1970
Located: Raymond, Maine
Construction: Fiberglass
Category: Luxury Yachts, Sailing Yachts, Motor Yachts, Powerboats
Worth Noting: Sabre has manufactured over 4,000 hulls.
Sabre Yachts was founded by Roger Hewson in 1970. The company began with Hewson’s 28-foot sailing yacht built with production line methods and fiberglass technology.

A sister company of Back Cove Yachts, Sabre Yachts builds sail and motor yachts at its two facilities in Raymond, Maine. Sabre currently manufactures three models of sailing yachts ranging from 36 to 45 feet.

In 1989, Sabre expanded its market with a tri-cabin motor yacht, the first Sabre 36 “Fast Trawler”. Sabre’s motor yacht model line is available in Salon Express and Fly Bridge styles, ranging from 38 to 54 feet. Currently, more than half of Sabre’ production is dedicated to powerboats.
Sabre’s Design and Product Development Department is committed to enhancing current models and developing future model by using the newest construction methodologies and implementing 3D models and detailed rendering.

Dean Anthony specializes in helping clients buy and sell used Sabre Yachts for sale.

Buying Your Next Sabre Yacht: Dean Anthony offers you the entire Sabre Yachts MLS results, including listings of other yacht brokers, even Sabres located outside the country. You will find used Sabres for sale.

Selling Your Current Sabre Yacht: Dean Anthony would love to help you sell your Sabre Yacht! With a team of licensed yacht brokers in locations worldwide, Dean Anthony is ready to provide your Sabre Yacht with true national exposure. Dean Anthony’s comprehensive Sabre Yachts email and web marketing programs will provide your Sabre Yacht with global exposure in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia.

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