Sabre 40 Seapowet offers uncompromising elegance and unparalleled performance that only Sabre Yachts, built in the USA, delivers. Her downeast style hull impresses both at the dock and underway. Key features include:
50A Shorepower with Glendenning cord reel in lieu of (2) 30A
Additional 12V DC outlet in forward cabin
Additional dimmers in fwd cabin, galley, dinette
CD player with 4 speakers and and remote control
15" TV in guest cabin with DVD plater
Ultra leather upholstery
Fuel polishing system
Reverse oil change system
Kohlenberg dual chrome horns
Hot and cold transom shower
Fresh water wash down forward
Single Seagull Water Purifier on galley cold water
Sunbrella cover for forward mattress
Mirror in head door
26" TV in salon in lieu of standard
Prep for future FRP cabinet
Prewire for W/D in engine room
(2) Garmin 7212 Chartplotter
GMR 24 HD Radar Dome
GSD 22 Sounder
Garmin VHF 200
Garmin 600W 12 degree tilted transucer
KVH M1 SAT TV with receiver and remote
Fusion Stereo with helm station remote
Exterior canvas covers
Stainless steel anchor with all chain rode
Fenders, fender covers, lines
Max Draft: 3'4''
Length (overall) 40’-10” 12.45 m
Beam (overall) 14’-0” 4.27 m
Displacement (approx., dry) 26,000 lbs 11,800 kg
Fuel capacity 380 gal 1440 L
Water capacity 140 gal 530 L
Holding tank capacity 60 gal 225 L
Headroom (maximum) 6’-6” 1.98 m
Sleeping accommodations (6) 6’-6” (6) 1.98 m
Air draft (waterline to mast top) 12’-6” 3.81 m
Built to CE Category B, NMMA, ABYC and USCG standards
Total Power: 385 hp
- Twin Cummins QSB 5.9l 380hp electronic, fresh water-cooled engines..
- Twin CMD Zeus 3500 pod drives, with integrated steering and trim tabs. - 120A, 12V alternators each engine.
- (2) Exhaust by-pass mufflers.
- Engine room blower.
- Engine room vent ducts.
- Engine room floor with FRP anti-skid.
- White gelcoated engine room
- Mylar face foam noise barrier.
Fresh Water: 140
Polyethylene holding tank with 60 gallon capacity.
Jabsco Quiet Flush fresh water MSD.
Diaphragm waste pump on holding tank.
Fire extinguishers, (4) at 2 1/2 lbs.
Marelon sea valves on all thru-hull fittings below waterline.
Bonding system to safeguard against galvanic corrosion.
Automatic fire extinguishing discharge system in engine space with override.
(3) Automatic 12V electric bilge pumps.
(3) high water switches and alarm.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
The Sabre 40 Sedan is fitted with the Zeus drive system which includes the exciting Skyhook feature. By monitoring GPS signals, the yacht can remain in a fixed position, despite current and winds. A useful tool while waiting for a bridge to open, for the fuel dock to come available or when picking up a mooring. It is never to be used when a swimmer is in the water or when docking the boat. The Skyhook system also includes an autopilot which can be integrated into the yachts navigational equipment.
Her luxurious owner’s cabin is fitted with a low berth for ease of egress. Many drawers, cabinets and a cedar-lined hanging locker provide storage for all the personal belongings you choose to bring along. Luxurious cherry hull ceilings finish off the hull sides and convenient shelves and lockers are located above the berth. Cool LED lighting consumes less battery capacity permitting the boat to stay on DC power for longer without starting the standard generator. An overhead hatch and opening stainless port lights allow air and light to flow through this elegantly furnished space.
The fully equipped head compartment offers a fresh water flush MSD which helps to minimize head odors. The circular surround creates elbow room in the shower and a solid surface countertop will remain elegant and maintenance free for years to come. An adjustable mirror is located above the sink and the upper segment of the forward cabin door is also mirrored. The air conditioning system reduces humidity in the head compartment.
Her main salon the luxury of finely finished American cherry furniture and contemporary seating surfaces welcome you. The entire salon is filled with light and air from large windows and sliding pilot hatches overhead. An optional sunroof, as shown in these images, can be fitted. A helm door to the starboard side deck allows the helmsman to help with docking and anchoring procedures.
To port a comfortable L-settee surrounds a folding hi-lo table and in the aft starboard corner is a standard barrel chair. To starboard aft of the helm chairs is a handsome cabinet that houses the electrical supply panels and a television on an electric lift.
The guest cabin can be configured as either a double berth with storage under, or as a dinette with fore and aft facing seating and an inlaid table between the seats. A double pocket door creates a wide opening to this cabin. A fixed hatch overhead with translucent lens and a stainless steel portlight in the cabin side, provide natural light to this space. Lighting systems here include courtesy lights at floor level, cool LED lights in the overhead and a reading light above the night stand. Your guests will be accommodated in total comfort in this elegant cabin.
Her mid-galley offers the best of both worlds: still part of the social activities centered in the salon, yet below the site lines when underway. The galley sole is high enough that the person working in the galley has a full view of the scene outside. Space created below the galley sole is used for additional storage. Standard features include two Vitrifrigo stainless steel fridge drawers and a separate freezer unit forward. A stainless steel designer sink, convection microwave oven and two burner ceramic cooktop give the cook all of the tools required for preparation of great meals on board.
Her cockpit is spacious and comfortable with plush seating surrounding an elegant and practical fold over leaf table. Access to the Zeus pods is via a large hatch in the cockpit sole.
The principal design feature of the Zeus azipod drive system is smaller engines working in plane so as to be more efficient than conventional shafts. This allows more interior volume in the engine compartment for accessories such as washer/driers or work and storage spaces. Her main salon cabin sole is built using Nida Core honeycomb composite and this material coupled with a high level of sound proofing, has helped to create one of the quietest motor yachts available on the market today. Even at wide open throttle, noise levels aboard the Sabre 40 were measured at only 77 Dba. Zeus pods expel the engine’s combustion air through the propeller stream and so even those not aboard your boat experience far lower noise levels.