About CBSA

Brochure for Prospective Members

The Chesapeake Bay Sabre Association (CBSA) was founded in 1978 to serve those who own, formerly owned, or sail in Sabre yachts, both sail and power, and their friends, or those who just enjoy the camaraderie that results from sharing voyages on the Bay. Activities of the Association include:
  • Weekend rendezvous in favorite anchorages.
  • An annual Spring social and business luncheon meeting, featuring a guest speaker discussing topics of interest to those who sail the Chesapeake and areas beyond.
  • Web based user group with tips on sailing, schedules and reports of rendezvous, and an annual membership listing.
  • An annual Fall ” By Land and By Sea ” event where members can gather by vehicle or by boat.
  • Group purchases of equipment and accessories.
  • 50% Reduced membership fee in BOAT/U.S. Members are provided the opportunity to share their experiences and adventures, to trade advice and tips on sailing in and maintaining Sabre yachts, and to keep up-to-date on Sabre news.

Membership dues are $20 per year. Print and fill out the CBSA Membership Application to join. Mail with a check to the CBSA Membership Chairman as indicated on the form.

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3 responses to “About CBSA

  1. Gary & Kathy McCoy

    The Sabre 42 GATSBY is for sale through SALT yacht broker Tom Lippincott. The beautifully-maintained and upgraded GATSBY is berthed at Spring Cove Marina in Rock Hall, and excellent photographs may be viewed on Yacht World. GATSBY even has a bow thruster! A must-see for Sabre aficionados — GATSBY is a well-loved classy yacht reasonably priced.

  2. “Gatsby” has been purchased by Al and Cyndi Blank, and with many aboard to witness the appropriate re-naming ceremony and pleas to Poseidon and the Gods of the Four Winds, she has been transformed into “Serendipity,” and she is alive and well at Tidewater Yacht Center in Baltimore. We have already fallen in love with her, as evidenced one early Fall afternoon, when after a day of working at our condo, Cyndi spontaneously exclaimed, “Why don’t we sleep on the boat this evening?!” Sadly, she soon will be put on the hard for a winter in hibernation, but we look forward to next Spring and many future years on her.

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