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"Jim Taylor, the Sabre Design Team and Sabre Yachts faced a daunting challenge when they sat down to develop the Sabre 402 - how to fold the latest technology for safety and performance into a proven hull, rig and interior so that the "look and feel" of their proper yacht were not compromised. They accomplished this task in a superb and elegant way... The result? Cruising World's 1997 Boat of the Year." ~ Mark Schrader - Cruising World March 1997
Magical is a well cared for example of this very popular Sabre model. Being a New England boat all of her life she has seen short seasons combined with an obvious pride of ownership by both of her owners. Recently surveyed in 2020, seller will make this survey available to interested parties.
110-Volt AC Electrical System
12-Volt DC Electrical System
Starting forward is a bright and spacious master bedroom with a large island berth and excellent storage, with a cedar-lined hanging locker. Aft of the V-berth is a vanity and bench seat that cleverly conceals a Raritan head.
The Main Salon has as L-shaped settee to port, straight settee to starboard and a centerline drop leaf table with comfortable seating for dining.
The U-shaped galley with Corian counters is aft to port.
Across to starboard is the forward facing Nav Station.
The aft cabin, is to port and has a large double berth and plenty of storage lockers and cabinets.
The aft head with a separate shower stall and Corian countertops is to starboard at the base of the companionway. There is also an access door from the aft cabin into the head.
There are plenty of ports and hatches throughout the boat with screens and shades.
Beautiful varnished cherry interior with varnished teak and holly cabin sole.
Prior maintenance, upgrades and winter indoor storage has been done by the same leading local boat yard up until 2020.
Rod rigging replacement and new halyards were done by Rig-Pro, Portsmouth RI
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