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Capt. J. Peter Jones Collection - Sabre Trawler HalfHull
« on: December 27, 2006, 12:22:30 PM »


Sabreline 36
The Sabreline 36 trawler is manufactured by the Sabre Corporation in South Casco, ME. and is 36' on deck with a beam of 12'6'". The trawler is a work boat that has been the primary type of vessel employed in the fishing industry. By the very nature of her work, has good sea keeping ability and has a lot of below deck room. These are some of the needs of a cruising boat and were incorporated into the present day trawler yacht. The trawler has become very popular as a recreational boat.


THE SABRE MOTORYACHT DESIGN CONCEPT

The Sabre range is a development of the style and comfort of the traditional "Downeast style" yacht blended with the performance of a contemporary motor yacht. Typical cruising speeds, with average weight conditions and sea state, are in the 20 knot range and top speeds, with average load conditions are between 25 and 30 knots depending on the model. Higher cruise and top end speeds are available on some models.

At low engine speeds, the Sabre range is very fuel efficient and at speeds of 8-10 knots, where trawler yachts operate, low speed gunkholing is a pleasure. But when conditions or time call for higher speeds, the performance of the Sabre deep-vee hulls truly comes into it's own.

In rough sea conditions, the spray rails and chines of Sabre hulls keep the deck and windshield dry
« Last Edit: October 28, 2007, 12:34:48 PM by magus »
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