The Sabre 452 has been thought out down to the smallest detail with safety, comfort, and confidence at the forefront of every design and engineering decision. Her design incorporates hundreds of innovative ideas and details, many gathered from discussions with some of Sabre's 2,000 boat owners. Efficient and easy to understand plumbing, electrical, and mechanical systems will minimize maintenance time and allow more sailing time. The Sabre 452 offers a two cabin layout, with the owner's stateroom with head and stall shower forward. This luxurious stateroom offers a large island double berth, many convenient drawers, and a large, cedar-lined hanging locker. Ventilation and light are superb. A full length mirror graces the bulkhead. The head counter surfaces are of Corian and the sole is ceramic tile. The standard head is a Vacuflush unit with matching ceramic sink. There's even a convenient laundry hamper. The standard interior of the Sabre 452 is built of American Cherry, but both teak and Honduran Mahogany are available as options. The chart table has all the space needed for today's sophisticated electronics systems and ample space for paper charts and navigation tools. A full seven cubic feet of refrigerator space is accessible through two top lids and a front door. The front opening door even has recessed shelves, just like a domestic refrigerator. The microwave oven is powered by a standard 2500 Watt inverter. Dry storage volumes are spacious, with one cupboard big enough for a lobster pot. Many hatches and ports fill the cabin with light and fresh breezes. The area to port will seat six adults in comfort while the starboard settee offers a clever fold-down table for light meals, a drink, or a book. For convenience and security, Sabre provides a switch at the companionway which illuminates the courtesy lights and an overhead light at the chart table. A dimmer has been added to the overhead light circuit to add ambiance to this luxurious space, and behind all of the beautiful furnishings and bright ideas is an abundance of storage space.
Sabre 452 Specifications - Standard Equipment Hull Construction - Single unit, balsa cored, hand-laminated fiberglass of alternate layers of mat knitted biaxial roving. - Isophthalic NPG gelcoat. - Below waterline chopped strand glass and vinylester resin as a back up for ISO NPG gelcoat. - Internal deck-to-hull joint. - Boot and cove stripes. - Bulkheads, berth faces, shelves and floor stringers laminated to hull providing integral, structural strength - Choice of step or traditional transom Deck Construction - Single unit, hand-laminated fiberglass with balsa core for stiffness, and marine plywood in lieu of balsa in high stress areas. - Deck bonded to hull using stainless steel thru-bolts every 6'' with aircraft style locknuts - 3M 5200 caulking used as sealant in hull-deck joint Steering System - Edson wheel steering with 48'' Comfort Grip Destroyer wheel, guard, and brake. - 5" Ritchie compass mounted in stainless steel binnacle. - Emergency tiller stored in cockpit locker. - Balanced rudder is molded fiberglass bonded to a carbon fiber rudder stock Cockpit - One deep storage locker to port - Two lazarette lockers - Cockpit locker to starboard with Lewmar hatch to aft cabin. - Winch handle pockets in coamings. - Solid teak cup holder on pedestal. - Two cockpit scuppers to seavalves. - Stove fuel storage locker in port side deck. - Transom boarding ladder with teak treads. Chainplates - Stainless steel, thru-bolted to chainplate bulkheads bonded to the hull. Grounded to the keel and mounted well inboard for optimum sheeting angles. Auxiliary Power - Yanmar 75 hp 4JH3-TBE 4 cyl. fresh water cooled diesel with reduction gear. - 12 volt 100 amp Balmar alternator for ship's batteries. - 12 volt 80 amp alternator for engine start battery - 100 (approx.) gallon custom aluminum fuel tank, deck filled, shutoff valve, vented and grounded. - Racor fuel filter - water separator. - Raw water intake strainer with wrench. - Engine oil drip pan. - Flexible four point engine mounts minimize vibration and noise. - Engine compartment exhaust blower. - Engine compartment light. - Complete engine access provided by sound and heat insulated removable panels - Tachometer, hour meter, volt, oil, and temperature gauges are recessed in cockpit face. - Mechanical fuel gauge on tank. - Stainless steel prop shaft (1.375" dia.) passes through a glassed-in shaft log, PSS shaft seal with bronze strut and three-blade sailor propeller. Keel - A modern section fin keel cast in lead with antimony added for strength. - Thru-bolted to a reinforced hull keel sump with stainless steel bolts with bronze nuts. Mast - One piece aluminum, keel stepped, mast with triple airfoil spreaders, masthead rig with white finish. - Masthead with 2 forward halyard sheaves - Internal main and genoa halyards. - Hall Quik Vang led aft. - Spare halyard exits. - Pre-wired with VHF radio cable. Boom - Aluminum, white painted finish. - Internal clew outhaul led aft - External boom topping lift. - Two sets of internal Jiffy Reefing led aft Electrical System - Two 12-volt deep cycle marine service batteries at 220 AH ea - One 130 AH dedicated engine start battery. - Twin 30A - 110 volt shore power system GFI protected in galley and head - (2) 50 foot shorepower cords - Heart 2500 watt inverter-battery charger - Microwave oven in galley - 9" TV - VCP in main salon - Cabin courtesy lights - All wiring is tinned, color coded, numbered and meets USCG regulations - Master AC-DC panels with volt and ammeters, marine circuit breakers and polarity indicator Deck Hardware - 12 volt Simpson Lawrence anchor windlass. Rope - chain gipsy - Inboard genoa tracks aluminum T 1-1-4" x 3-16'' x 12' - Inboard tracks are recessed into the deck tooling. - (2) Chrome cowl vents protected by stainless grab rails - Stainless steel companionway handrail - 16' Outboard tracks with end stops and jib lead blocks. - Inboard tracks supplied with sheet lead blocks. - Main sheet led to ball bearing cabin top traveler, and aft to a two-speed self-tailing winch. - Custom stainless steel mast collar with provision for halyard and turning block attachments. - Two 12" 4-bolt cleats forward, mid deck and aft. - Self-draining foredeck, divided anchor locker with drain and stainless pad eyes to secure end of anchor rodes. - Two recessed deck scuppers. - Stainless steel mid-rail chock fitted into each toerail. - Pulpit, stern rail and stanchions are custom fabricated of stainless steel thru-bolted with aluminum backing plates Top rails are 1.25" dia. Lower rails and stanchions are 1" - Double lifelines of vinyl coated stainless steel cable with port and starboard boarding gates with braced stanchions. - Lifeline terminals and turnbuckles are swaged stainless steel. - Solid teak handrails and 3" high teak toerails. - Main and genoa halyards led aft. - (2) Wichard fold-down pad eyes in cockpit for safety harnesses Winches - (2) Lewmar #48 CCST two speed winches for main sheet, main halyard, outhaul, genoa halyard and reefing - (2) Lewmar #64 CCST self-tailing two speed primaries. - Two 10" chrome winch handles, one 10" chrome lock-in. Standing Rigging - Headstay, Wire 1 x 19. (Navtec Rod Optional.) - Backstay, upper shrouds, intermediate D2 and D3 and lowers are all Navtec Nitronic 50 Alpha Rod - Spreader and turnbuckle boots, shroud covers - Sail Tec Hydraulic backstay adjuster Running Rigging - Main halyard Spectra with headboard shackle with snap shackle. - Genoa halyard Spectra with snap shackle - Polyester double braid main sheet. - Polyester double braid genoa sheets. - Traveler control lines. - Jiffy reefing lines. Accommodations - Polished SS double galley sink. - 12 volt refrigeration unit in galley - 6' 6" headroom in main and aft areas, with 6' 4" headroom in forward sections. - Forward cabin has a 6' 8" Island berth. (Vee-berth available) - Main cabin has two settee berths; port berth converts to a double. Berths are 6' 8" long, - Aft-cabin with 6' 8" full width double berth. - Storage in aft-cabin settee. - Lockers and shelves in aft-cabin for storage. - Large cedar lined hanging lockers in forward and aft cabins. - Optimized area for instrument installation, storage locker space and panel arrangement at the chart table. - Main cabin berthback lockers with louvered doors. - Two heads with showers. - Forward head has stall shower, tiled floor and ceramic sink. - Thick foam cushions provided, covered with a durable fabric, zippered for ease of removal and cleaning. - Manual toilet in aft head. - Vacuflush or equal WC in forward head - Lights in cedar lined hanging lockers. Ventilation and Light - (11 ) Deck hatches with interior trim and provision for screens. Main cabin recessed fixed port lights of Marguard Lexan. - (2) Chrome dorade vents - (2) Opening ports in the aft-cabin - Stainless steel opening ports in main and forward cabins - Acrylic sliding companionway hatch with fiberglass spray hood and solid teak hatch boards. - Hatch boards have positive locking mechanism for use when sailing offshore. - Screened hatch boards. Sabre Features - Salon cabin sole floorboards lock in place - Convenience Tool Kit. - Cockpit locker and engine compartment lights. - (4) type ABC fire extinguishers. - Activated carbon water filter. - Recessed thru-hulls with Marelon seavalves. - Hoses below the waterline are double clamped. - Double icebox with two top lids and one front access. - (4) Burner Propane Gas Systems stove with oven. - Varnished cherry interior finish. - Mahogany available as an option. - Automatic electric bilge pump. - Manual, cockpit mounted bilge pump. - Laminated trim on shelving and berth tops. - Ash hull ceilings
IJPE : 1028.58 sq ft
I : 59.58 ft
J : 17.58 ft
P : 52.58 ft
E : 19.17 ft
Working Sail Area : 1028.00 sq ft