E Marine Australia has just taken delivery of the first Sabre 38 Hardtop Express – a high-performance motor yacht with full offshore capability.
Built in Maine (USA), Sabre Yachts
are known for their blend of traditional design, hand-built craftsmanship and superb performance. The Sabre 38 Hardtop Express is no exception. The deep vee bow and planing, performance hull keep the decks and cockpit clear of spray, guaranteeing a solid, safe and comfortable ride. The hull has been designed for maximum efficiency across the entire rev/speed range whether meandering up-river or powering offshore on coastal passages.
An ergonomic helm position benefits from large, opening windows and an open aft deck offering virtually 360° visibility. The primary social space up-top is bright and airy with ‘ultraleather’ upholstery, fridge, ice maker and wet bar as standard.
The Sabre 38 Hardtop Express is remarkably quiet due to detailed engine room soundproofing and ventilation. Twin high-performance diesel engines deliver top-end speeds of 20-30kt (depending on specification). Standard engine configuration is twin 380hp Yanmars and optional drive systems include Volvo-Penta IPS drives.
Below, the Sabre 38 Hardtop Express is warm and elegant in solid, handcrafted cherrywood. The saloon features comfortable seating and a fully-equipped electric galley. The large stateroom was developed in conjunction with owner feedback and preferences and boasts a generous double bed with lateral access. A spacious ensuite with separate shower stall and vanity area completes the accommodation. Power is supplied via the standard 9Kw Onan generator.
The Sabre 38 Hardtop Express epitomises the hallmarks of Sabre’s handcrafted quality and modern performance. Developed around the ‘downeast’ style lobster boats of the United States’ north east, the Sabre 38 Hardtop Express is set to be a classic for years to come, establishing a new benchmark in luxury, performance motor yachts available in Australia.
To arrange an inspection of the new Sabre 38 Hardtop Express, contact Jed Elderkin via www.emarine.com.au