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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Mystic, CT
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 149,000
The Sabre 425 is designed to meet the demands of the sea while offering her crew handling characteristics that provide comfort and build confidence. The deck plan is thoughtfully designed for safety and ease of handling. She has a high aspect, balanced rig and a powerful hull shape that yields excellent sea kindliness and directional control. Her readily managed sail plan and rigging featuring Hood in-mast furling have been developed for the correct balance between light-air performance and heavy weather stability. She has sturdy rigging and double airfoil spreaders, a strong and aerodynamically precise design.
Safety and structural integrity are incorporated into the construction by alternating layers of hand-laminated fiberglass mat and knitted roving with balsa core as an added stiffener. Hull durability is increased by incorporating vinylester resin and ISO NPG gelcoat into the DuraLam protection system.
The Sabre 425 has two spacious sleeping cabins, an elegant main salon, two heads and a large navigation station and galley. The main salon is inviting, with a wrap-around settee and a beautifully finished custom-built dining table. The port settee can be converted into a double berth.
The Sabre 425's hull is designed to be easily driven, with a fine entry forward and fuller sections aft. Her NACA-section wing keel achieves an efficient lateral plane with low wetted surface, and her small "skeg" with spade rudder gives the directional stability of a full keel boat with much less drag.
Sailing from the Sabre 425's T-shaped cockpit is truly a pleasure. Ergonomically designed for function and comfort, the cockpit has high backrest coamings and plenty of room to spread out. The helmsman's seat is raised, allowing excellent visibility over the destroyer wheel, and two deep lockers and a storage bin keep sail gear well-organized. With over 1,500 hand-crafted, vanished wood components, the Sabre 425 is built to custom boat builder's standards.
In keeping with the Sabre heritage of quality, we select the finest materials for every yacht we build. You'll find names such as Edson, Hood Spars, Harken, Lewmar and Westerbeke to name a few - a few more reasons why Sabre has come to stand for superior quality for over two decades. PHRF Handicap (average) 90.
Please contact Parker Harrison at (978) 526-9996
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Sabre Design Team
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 42 ft 5 in
Beam: 12 ft 10 in
LWL: 34 ft 8 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 19200 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 8200 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 56 ft 8 in
Headroom: 6 ft 6 in
Total Power: 46 HP
Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Year Built: 1993
Engine Model: 46
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1945
Engine Power: 46 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: Plastic (120 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (50 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Plastic (55 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
The accommodations on DAYSTAR are excellent. It is the desirable two state room, two head, Sabre 425 model. All interior teak finishes are beautifully varnished, overhead hatches are protected with custom screens and the teak and holly sole is in very good condition. There is a spacious forward Vee berth with hanging locker and storage drawers. Large Bomar opening hatch above berth. Opening ports on port and starboard sides. Separate head immediately aft of Vee berth on port side with shower, dedicated holding tank, macerator, y-valve and deck pump-out.
Main salon features custom built dining table with two leaves offering great flexibility and comfortable seating for 8 . Settees on port and starboard are convertible to bunks. Ample storage behind settees. 8 custom opening ports. Custom lighting. Large Bomar hatch above dining table. 8 storage cabinets above settees.
Aft of the Settees on the port side is a spacious galley with double stainless steel sink, 4 burner propane stove and oven (with 2 propane aluminum tanks in remote cockpit locker), two compartment refrigeration with new (2013) SeaFrost DC system and excellent counter space.
On the starboard side is the aft facing, very well equipped, navigation station. There is great storage under and around the nav station including the Sabre “Tool drawer”. All manuals dealing with DAYSTAR's equipment are stored within easy reach.
Aft of the nav station is a large head with shower and shower seat. As with the forward head there is a dedicated holding tank, macerator, y-valve and deck pump-out.
The aft state room is accessed through the galley and extends below the cockpit. It features a larger than standard king size double berth with lockers and storage on both sides. It is well ventilated with 4 opening ports. The aft stateroom has private access to the aft head.
- Lights in hanging lockers
- 8 Bowmar deck hatches with interior teak trim and provision for screens
- 4 main cabin recessed fixed port lights of Marguard Lexan
- 4 chrome dorade vents
- 3 opening ports in the aft-cabin
- 4 opening ports in main cabin and 2 in the forward cabin area
- 1 forward cabin recessed fixed port light of Lexan
- Acrylic sliding companionway hatch with fiberglass spray hood and solid teak hatch boards
- Screened hatch boards to keep bugs out
- Fully equipped tool drawer
- Louvered teak main cabin berth back doors
- Teak deck house sides in main cabin.
- Double icebox with two lids
- Inlaid cypress wood accents in berth back and shelf trim
- Hot and cold pressure water
- Varnished interior teak finish
- Laminated trim on shelving
- Cypress hull ceilings
- B&G Network wind, speed and depth instruments are mounted above the companionway for easy viewing at the helm and repeated at the nav station.
- There is a Raytheon GPS with repeater at the helm.
- Furano radar with repeater at helm.
- Autohelm 7000 autopilot with Type 1 linear drive with remote control.
- Standard Horizon VHF at nav station and helm.
- Garmin chartplotter at the helm.
- Stereo with CD player – speakers in main cabin and cockpit. Remote operated.
Sails and Rigging
- Hood Stowaway mast and boom main furling system
- Harken double slot jib roller furling
- Stainless steel rod rigging
- Navtec integral hydraulic backstay
- Spinaker halyard led aft
- North Sail Spinaker and Spinaker pole on mast
- Two mast winches
- Internal main and genoa halyards
- Two mainsails: Kappa Stowaway and North Stowaway
- Two genoas: Kappa and North, both with UV protection
- 3 halyard sheaves
- Mainsheet system with harken blocks
- Boom vang
- Single unit, balsa cored, hand-laminated fiberglass of alternate layers of mat knitted biaxial roving
- Isophthalic gelcoat above waterline
- Below waterline, Sabre technology is utilized, consisting of chopped strand glass and vinylester resin as a back up for ISO NPG gelcoat
- Internal deck-to-hull joint with molded-in sealant groove
- Molded-in double boot and cove stripes
- Bulkheads, berth faces, shelves and floor stringers laminated to hull providing integral, structural strength
- Traditional transom with single backstay
- Balanced rudder is molded fiberglass bonded to a stainless steel skeleton and 3-1-2" IPS schedule 80 rudder stock that passes through a removable fiberglass bearing and bronze stuffing box securely laminated to the hull
- Modern NACA section wing keel cast in lead with antimony added for strength
- Keel is thru-bolted to a reinforced hull keel sump with stainless steel bolts
- Bronze recessed thru-hulls with bronze seavalves
- Hoses greater than 1" in diameter are double clamped
- Single unit, hand-laminated fiberglass with balsa core for stiffness and marine mahogany plywood in lieu of balsa in high stress areas
- The deck is bonded to the hull using stainless steel thru-bolts every 6" with aircraft style locknuts
- Butyl tape caulking fills the molded sealant groove at the deck to hull joint
- Edson wheel steering with 48" Destroyer wheel, wheel guard, and brake
- Ritchie 6" compass mounted on pedestal
- Emergency tiller stored in cockpit locker
- Two deep cockpit storage lockers and one storage bin
- Dividers in shallow cockpit locker for small gear
- Molded-in winch handle pockets
- Coamings angled for comfort
- Solid teak cup holder on pedestal
- Cockpit table with extension
- Two cockpit scuppers to bronze seavalves
- Stove fuel storage locker
- Transom boarding ladder with teak treads
- Chainplates - Stainless steel, thru-bolted to chainplate bulkheads bonded to the hull
- Chainplates grounded to the keel. - Mounted well inboard for optimum sheeting angles
- Inboard and outboard genoa tracks are 1-1-4" x 3-16" x 14' aluminum T-track
- Harken adjustable inboard tracks are recessed into the deck tooling
- Chrome cowl vents protected by stainless grab rails
- Stainless companionway handrails
- Outboard tracks supplied with end stops and Schaefer Series 9 jib lead blocks
- Custom cast mast collar with provision for halyard and turning block attachment
- Two 9" 4-bolt cleats forward mid deck and aft
- Self-draining foredeck anchor locker with drain
- Two recessed deck scuppers
- Custom cast mid-rail chock fitted into each toerail
- Pulpit, stern rail, companionway grab rail and stanchions are custom fabricated of stainless steel and thru-bolted with aluminum backing plates
- Double lifelines of vinyl coated stainless steel cable with port and starboard boarding gates with braced stanchions
- All lifeline terminals and turnbuckles are swaged stainless steel
- Solid teak handrails and toerails
- 2-3/4" high solid teak toerails
- Modified bowrail for ease of ground tackle handling
- Custom cast anchor roller
- Divided anchor locker
- Teak trim package
- Mid-deck mounting for liferaft
- Four heavy duty gel batteries (new 2011) with sealed four position battery switch. (Gel Tech 8G31DT 12V group 31M)
- Dedicated engine starting battery (new 2013). (Gel Tech 8G31DT 12V group 31M)
- Isolator for charging banks
- 12V 40 Amp battery charger
- 110v shorepower system with GFI protection in galley and head
- 50’ 30 amp shore power cord
- New 10 gal. hot water heater 2015
- Master AC/DC panel includes volt ammeters, marine circuit breakers, polarity indicator
- All wiring color coded
- Three cabin fans
- Two 12V outlets (one in cockpit) for phone charging
- Inverter for offshore AC power
- Maxwell VW1100 electric anchor windlass with deck button operation
- 150’ chain with 35 lb. plow anchor. Additional 150’ separate rode with Danforth anchor. (other anchors available)
- Custom tan canvas dodger (with grab handle); Bimini and Connector. All canvas renewed in 2006. New Isinglass in 2015.
- Anchor roller
- Exterior teak trim package in cockpit
- Edson teak cockpit table
- Teak cockpit grating
- Hot and cold cockpit shower
- Spreader lights
- Custom Full cockpit cushions (2006)
- Shaft mounted line cutter.
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.
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