Sabre 42 Flybridge Sedan

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The Sabre 42 Flybridge is the outcome of discussions with our clients and prospective clients. These conversations have led us to create a yacht which offers the same levels of personal luxury and comfort that they have come to expect in their homes and in their automobiles. We have developed a yacht with both lower and upper helms, that permits owners to operate from the comfort of the yacht’s interior or from the openness of her fly bridge. Technology is advancing rapidly and our owners have come to expect that when there is a new technology available, Sabre will employ it in all new designs.

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Yacht Builder:

Sabre Yachts

Yacht Type:

Flybridge Sedan

Standard Layout:

2 Staterooms / Galley-Down


40'' 10" (12.45)


14'' 0" (4.27)


4'' 3" (1.30)

Hull Material:


Hull Displacement:

26,000 lbs


Cummins QSB - Zeus pod drives



Fuel Type:


Fuel Capacity:

380 Gallons
(1,440 Liters)

Water Capacity:

140 Gallons
(530 Liters)


Price Upon Request


  • Master stateroom forward with Queen size island berth
  • LED televisions in both cabins
  • Storage below berth and in shelf lockers
  • Dovetailed drawers throughout
  • Hanging lockers with cedar lining
  • Overhead hatches and opening portlights
  • Guest cabin to starboard with pocket door enclosure
  • Optional dinette layout converts to double berth
  • Reverse cycle heat and air conditioning
  • Private access to head compartment from master cabin


Salon/Helm Deck

  • Stidd 500N series helm seat
  • Stazo wooden steering wheel
  • Ultraleather wrap on helm/ navigation pod
  • L-settee to port with inlaid, folding salon table
  • Two person settee to starboard with storage under
  • LED television on electric lift
  • Sliding door aft with opening windows port and starboard
  • Elegant inlaid main salon table

Mid-Level Galley

  • Solid surface countertop
  • Stainless steel sink and faucet
  • Convection microwave oven
  • Ceramic two burner cook top
  • Two drawer stainless steel fridge AC/DC
  • Separate freezer compartment
  • Slide out spice locker
  • Storage in galley lockers and below galley sole
  • Opening stainless steel portlight over galley


  • Modern planning V-Hull
  • VIP Resin infused laminate
  • SAN Corecell foam coring
  • Knitted bi-axial structural reinforcements
  • Foam/Plywood stringer system
  • Swim platform with under mounted ladder
  • PVC rub rail with stainless steel cap
  • LP painted boot strip
  • Gold cove stripe


  • VIP resin infused laminate
  • Molded in anti-skid surfaces
  • Anodized Aluminum framed windows
  • Large diameter stainless steel perimeter rails
  • Herreshoff bow, stern and spring cleats
  • Fly bridge with Stidd Helm seats
  • Full control set at fly bridge helm station
  • L-settee with hi-gloss table on bridge
  • Stainless steel anchor roller
  • L-shaped cockpit seating in cockpit hinged for pod access

Mechanical & Electrical


  • Cummins QSB engines @425 hp with Zeus pod drives
  • Cummins Zeus controls and Smartcraft displays
  • Joy sticks for low speed maneuvers
  • Triple windshield wipers with washers
  • 9Kw gen set in sound shield
  • Reverse cycle heat and air conditioning
  • Zeus auto trim tab system
  • Anchor windlass with rope/chain gipsy


  • 50 Amp 50 foot shore power cord with cord reel
  • Galvanic isolator
  • Illuminated circuit breaker panel opposite galley
  • 120v outlets throughout interior and in engine room
  • Galley and head receptacles are GFI protected
  • (2) Dedicated AGM 31 engine start batteries
  • (2) AGM Group 4D house batteries
  • LED overhead and reading lights
  • 50 Amp 3-bank battery charger
  • Tinned wire used throughout


  • Single Polyethylene 140usg. water tank
  • 11usg. stainless steel hot water tank
  • Stainless sink in galley
  • Fresh water flush MSD w/holding tank and macerator
  • Shower stall in head with curved acrylic enclosure
  • Solid surface material and galley and head countertops
  • Marelon sea valves on all below waterline fittings
  • (3) bilge pumps with high water alarms

Notes & Comments

We have dramatically changed the way we build our yachts and the way in which they are propelled. Traditional values such as fine craftsmanship and great looks remain, as our owners have come to expect, but below the elegant surfaces, things are state-of- In our fiberglass shop we have changed to infusion molding. The process is greener in that it uses considerably less resin, and is cleaner in that the emissions levels are much lower. Less resin means less weight, allowing the hull to run faster and use less fuel. Infusion differs from traditional hand lay-up in that all materials are loaded dry into the mold in a stack, which is then covered with a plastic bag to allow the resin to be infused. This creates a stronger part with higher glass to resin ratios.

The Sabre 42 Fly Bridge uses Zeus pod drives. Smaller engines using vectored thrust propel the boat at higher speeds using less fuel. And when maneuvering in tight spaces a joy stick gives increased confidence to the operator.

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