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Brief Summary from Boat Test.com
Sabre’s 42 Sedan, introduced in 2000, remains a breed standard in the “Downeast” style cruiser market. Designed to carry two in luxury, four in comfort and six in a pinch—and to get there in a hurry and look good in the process—the Sabre 42 Sedan is the quintessential waterborne Downeast weekend mobile home for empty nesters and small families who don’t have the time or the patience for slow going.
42 Flybridge Sedan
First introduced in 2000, the Sabreline 42 has become the standard for performance cruising motor yachts. Her deep-vee hull offers cruising speeds from 20 to 27 knots depending on engine choice. . Wide side decks with large diameter stainless steel hand rails, standard rope chain windlass and highly polished aluminum hatches all add to the beauty and functionality of her deck. Access to the bridge is safe and secure thanks to a well engineered set of steps with large diameter hand rails. The bridge deck with L-settee and table, and the captain and mates chairs, is the ideal place to pass your day on the water.
The galley down version (Mid-level) have a large master stateroom forward and private access to the head with enclosed shower stall. The guest stateroom to starboard is equipped with a pull-out double with another single berth over. The guest stateroom is equipped with many drawers and a hanging locker. French doors enclose this luxurious space.
COMMAND BRIDGE CONTROL STATION
Combination of Garmin GPS units and monitors
Garmin digital radar not included in sale
Simrad auto pilot
Clarionradio / cd
ICON IC-M505 VHF
Engine room camera
New Xantrex Control / charger
120-VAC ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
STEERING AND TRIM SYSTEMS
· “L” settee with Hi-Lo table with drop in leaf
42' 3'' 12.88 m
14' 4'' 4.37 m
30,000 lbs 13,154 kg
3' 9'' 1.14 m
13' 4'' 4.06 m
450 gal 1,688 L
160 gal. 660 L
Length on Trailer
Forty-two feet is a sweet spot in the cruiser market: not too big to need crew and not too small to worry about space or weather. Time was, your choices would have been limited to a trawler-style, slow-motion “crawler,” or a gas-breathing white bubble. In the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, the game began to change. The builders, mostly in New England and having roots in sailboats, began designing boats that reconstituted the aesthetic elements of traditional “Downeast” lobster boats, but had modern, efficient hulls and systems. These boats could be operated easily by a retired couple wanting to do weekends or longer with the ability to make port in a hurry if they needed or wanted to. Sailboat builders the likes of Alden, Little Harbor and Freedom—began producing powerboats that captured the hearts of those who love the water, but may not have the will or the physical fortitude to hassle with sails and lines and raising crew. Among this group was Maine-based Sabre, which in 1989, launched its first powerboat: the Sabre 36 “fast trawler,” a tri-cabin motoryacht with the spaciousness and comfort of a trawler, but with substantially better performance than a traditional trawler yacht. The Sabre 42 Sedan is an evolution of that concept.The “fast trawler” was also how Sabre differentiated its product from builders such as Grand Banks back in those days.
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