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Lynn: 15 Years with Sabre Yachts

Lynn began her journey at Sabre a little over fifteen years ago as the front desk receptionist. Today she is our National Sales Manager, and she keeps the ball rolling on all five Sabre Yachts models. In addition to her sales … Continue reading

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Tony: 30 years with Sabre Yachts

30 years is an impressive amount of time to devote to any career, and we at Sabre Yachts are extremely lucky that Tony decided to give them to us! Tony’s dedication, attention to detail, and excellent technical skills keep him … Continue reading

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Ricky: 5 years with Sabre Yachts

Ricky is a difficult man to pin down here at Sabre Yachts – when I first set out to find him for this interview I was told (jokingly) that the best place to look was the corner of Route 35 and … Continue reading

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Jack: 10 years with Sabre Yachts

Despite the bustle and commotion of the Sabre Yachts wood shop, you would be hard-pressed to miss Jack. With his characteristic longshoreman’s cap and ponytail, not to mention his happy laugh and willingness to pass a few minutes in friendly chat, Jack has … Continue reading

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Daryl: 5 Years with Sabre Yachts

The world of small parts lamination at the Sabre Yachts facility in Rockland, Maine, is wide open, and full of sounds, movement, and people. In the midst of all this activity, Daryl has spend the last five years crafting for … Continue reading

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Steve: 30 Years at Sabre Yachts

Locating Steve on the shop floor is acknowledged as a sort of ‘you can’t get there from here’ situation. Beyond completion and the wood shop, through double blue doors, is the fiberglass department. Known around the Sabre Yachts facility simply as ‘fiberglass,’ you … Continue reading

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Keith: 15 years at Sabre Yachts

You’ll usually find Keith in the heart of the Sabre Yachts wood shop. A man who loves pecan pie, hunting, and the New England Patriots, Keith is kept busy on the production floor with a multitude of tasks, including making … Continue reading

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Volvo Penta hosts Sabre and Back Cove in Sweden

Last week, Dave and Kevin were among a group of Americans hosted by Volvo Penta on a visit that covered multiple facilities over three different parts of Sweden. Their adventure included everything from Scandinavian seafood to brand new products set … 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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