Welcome Sabre Owners Past and Present

“Life is too short to own an ugly boat”

This site contains information about our sailing group including rendezvous schedules, contacts for further information and other useful sailing links.

Sabre 402, Calypso sails past the Pride of Baltimore




Talisman rounding the mark.

Whisper getting ready to race Hospice 2017


9 responses to “Welcome Sabre Owners Past and Present

  1. I am refitting a 1981 mk 1 30′ sabre. Does anyone know what keeps companion way hatch from sliding right out, like mine does? Sabre has no detail drawings. Thanks for any help.

  2. I cannot provide a solution to the hatch problem. However, I need some help on a project for my 1984, Sabre 38 MK1.
    I want to convert the Lewmar 40ST, mounted on my starboard cabin top, to an electric winch. Does anyone know if the Lewmar motor and gearbox fits in the bulkhead locker under the winch?

  3. Is there any interest, among any of the associations, in forming a Sabre power group to augment the existing owners associations?

  4. To whom it may concern :

    We have available a Fairclough cover that came from a 2008 Sabre 426 sailboat. It is in excellent shape and has all the framing associated with it. Will work with mast –up storage. Open to any offers don’t want to see it go to waste.


    Scott Carpenter
    Service Manager
    Brewer Fiddlers Cove Marina
    508-564-6724 fax

  5. I’d like to join.
    Sabre 30′ Tiburon
    Hartge Harbor Galesville, Md
    Bob Ruzanic
    4157 Margaux Court
    Allison Park, Pa.
    412 596 6707

    • Bob,
      We would love to have you join. Our annual meeting is 12-3 April 3rd at the West River Sailing Club in Galesville.

  6. Would suggest you consider changing your header ti read “COME CRUISE WITH US” so power boaters feel included

  7. I’d like to join the association.

    Jim Kizziar
    Annapolis, Maryland
    Sabre 362 Alibi III

  8. I am trying to resurrect my Sabre 28 Mark I and I need to know if anyone has any information or experience in replacing the bulkhead that the chain plates are anchored to. Blue prints, 3D models or DXF drawings would be helpful.

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