2011 Sabre 456
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Comocean was created out of the owner desire to build a newer and much more updated Saber. Having already owning a Sabre 426 they set out to innovate and create a new Sabre model. She has all of the details and needed cruising amenities done right. The Sabre 456 is wonderful example of Maine boatbuilding, a craft passed through generations of proud craftsmen and women. The Sabre Design Team gave the Sabre 456 both great sailing performance and elegant comfort, the very best of the past brilliantly combined with the latest in boatbuilding technology.
Please call our office to schedule a visit as I know you will be very impressed with the way this boat has been built and the full equipment list.
$40,000 price reduction 9/14/15 Bring all reasonable offers.
- Annapolis, MD, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
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Dimensions & Weight
- 45 ft - 13.72 meter
- 45 ft 6 in - 13.87 meter
- 14 ft 1 in - 4.29 meter
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- 5 ft 6 in - 1.68 meter
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- Sail Drive
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- 76 (Individual), 76 (combined)
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- 100 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Fresh Water Tank:
- 200 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Holding Tank:
- 45 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Comocean is the first Sabre 456 built by the Award winning teams of Jim Taylor Yacht Design and the Sabre Yachts, in collaboration with the current owners. The Sabre 456 provides boat excellent sailing performance and elegant comfort, using the latest in boatbuilding technology while maintaining the traditional craftsmanship of Maine boatbuilding. Comocean has all the amenities and details essential for cruising comfort on the bay or in the ocean.
The Sabre 456 is the flagship of the Sabre fleet. She has been thought out down to the smallest detail with your safety, comfort and confidence at the forefront of every design and engineering decision. Her design incorporates hundreds of innovative ideas and details, many gathered from discussions with some of Sabre’s 4,000 boat owners. Efficient and easy to understand plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems will minimize maintenance time and allow more sailing time, adding to your enjoyment of the Sabre 456.
The Sabre belief is a boat that performs well is safer and better. The ability to sail away from inclement weather or to arrive before nightfall at your destination increases your confidence and your enjoyment of sailing. The Sabre 456 handles as easily as a much smaller boat. With the sails properly trimmed, you can virtually neutralize helm pressure. One owner called it “uncanny.” And if some club racing is your pleasure, then this state-of-the-art Jim Taylor design will show her transom to many of the boats in your fleet.
A two cabin layout, with the owner’s stateroom with head and stall shower forward. This luxurious stateroom offers a large island double berth, many convenient drawers and lockers and a large, cedar lined hanging locker. Ventilation and light are superb. A full length mirror graces the bulkhead. The head counter surfaces are of Corian and the sole ceramic tile.
The interior of the Sabre 456 is built of American Cherry. Shown here is the interior of the standard boat with our optional, Ultrasuede cushions. One magazine editor actually called them “sinful” but we like to think of them as simply making your home away from home as comfortable as you’ve always dreamed it should be. The chart table has all the space you will need for today’s sophisticated electronics systems and ample space for paper charts and navigation tools
Polished SS double galley sink.
AC/DC Indel Isotherm drawer type refrigerator with two drawers in galley and top loading DC freezer in sail locker
6’6″ headroom in main and aft areas, with 6’4″ headroom in forward sections.
Forward cabin has a 6’8″ Island berth
Main cabin has two settee berths; port berth converts to a double. Berths are 6’8″ long.
Aft-cabin with 6’8″ full width double berth.
Storage in aft-cabin settee.
Lockers and shelves in aft-cabin for storage.
Large cedar lined hanging lockers in fore and aft cabins.
Optimized area for instrument installation, storage locker space and panel arrangement at the chart table.
Main cabin berth back lockers with louvered doors.
Two heads with showers.
Forward head has stall shower and ceramic tiled sole
Thick foam cushions covered with a durable fabric, zippered for ease of removal and cleaning.
Quiet Flush MSDs fresh water fed
Lights in cedar lined hanging lockers.
Hull and Deck
Deck Single unit, vacuum bagged with Airex core for and HD core in high stress areas.
Deck bonded to hull using stainless steel thru-bolts every 8″ (4” in way of the genoa tracks), with aircraft style locknuts .
Polyurethane sealant used in the hull/deck joint Resin infused Airex closed cell PVC foam cored, fiberglass of alternate layers of mat knitted biaxial roving.
Isopthalic NPG gelcoat. A Lewmar Windless has been added to make anchoring easy. Anchors are a 55 lbs. Rocna for the primary and also equipped with a secondary Fortress.
Hull Below waterline chopped strand glass and vinylester resin as a back up for ISO NPG gelcoat.
Internal deck to hull joint.
LP painted Boot stripe.
Bulkheads, berth faces, shelves and floor stringers laminated to hull providing integral, structural strength.
Mast and Boom, Sails and Controls
One piece aluminum, keel stepped mast with triple airfoil spreaders, masthead rig with white LP finish.
Masthead w/2 forward halyard sheaves + spinnaker crane – Internal main and genoa halyards.
Selden Vang led aft.
Spare halyard exits.
Pre-wired with VHF radio cable.
Internal clew outhaul led aft
External boom topping lift.
Two sets of internal single line reefing led aft
Options include: A Navtec Hydraulic Backstay Adjuster, Harken Adjustable Genoa Cars, Harken Electric Genoa and Primary Winches, North Main ( Upgraded in 2013 ) with cover and # 2 sized North Furling Genoa. Boat is equipped with a North Asymmetrical Spinnaker and a Dutchman System. that has it own Haylard The Mainsheet is a German Main sheet system that runs to two cockpit winches, the port winch is electric .
She is set up to travel with multiple displays and all the right equipment.
E 140 Hybrid touch at helm w/ Sirius weather , net switch and AIS Transceiver.
E 140 W Hybrid touch display at the chart table Nav. area with 2 ST-70 repeaters also at the Nav Station .
HD Radar on Kato Pole with Dinghy Lift.
St 70 SPX Autopilot.
3 large St70 displays in a Custom Pod over the Companionway. 1 remote display is also located in the forward stateroom for easy sleeping.
Full wireless function and system can support a AP remote.
Raymarine VHF with Remote
26" TV with DVD. A three zoned Fusion Stereo with XM, High End Speakers and three Sub-woofers.
Blue Sea Tank monitor that is connected to all tanks.
Chart Storage for full size charts under forward mattress is a nice back up.
Additional options that were added
Dodger and Bimini with a Full Custom Enclosure.
Cockpit Cushions and a teak Cockpit Table for Entertaining.
Custom 2 drawer Refrigerator and it is a must see! Very nice addition.
Teak Rub Rail that is caped with Stainless.
Anchor Wash down and Cockpit Shower.
Custom Mattress forward and aft berth cushion is split with a lee Cloth.
Companionway has a French door opening that includes screens for easy access.
Viking Life raft and safety gear is included.
Kato Davits with a winch have also been recently added that lifts the AB Aluminum Hyperon tubed Dinghy with a Honda 15 hp motor.
Onan 7.KW Generator and Full three zone Reverse Cycle Heat and Air Condoning.
AC/DC Indel Isotherm Freezer in Aft Lazerette
AFT Lazarette access door from Galley
LED Lights throughout the Cabin
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.