June 3, 2009

New Model: Sabre 40 Sedan

A much waited model from Sabre Yachts, as the new 40 Sedan starts two novelties representing innovation and efficiency in the construction and in its propulsion. Sabre's new 40 Sedan will be built with the modern environmentally cleaner infusion method, resulting in a lighter build equaling for superior power to weight ratio, and the other novelty here is the use of Zeus aft looking pods which also give better fuel economy and more performance to traditional in line shaft propulsion. Representing traditional cruiser lobster looks, the 40 Sedan is also a spacious affair offering two separate cabins, and a spacious head with shower cubicle. Worth to note is the nice galley staying in between the lower and upper deck which is a natural light affair and does not disturb the cabins below and socializing saloon. Power is from twin Cummins 380hp propelled by the ZF Zeus aft looking pod drives, which in first testing have delivered the predicted 30 knots top speed and an all time max cruise of 27 knots. For further pictures of the 40 Sedan have also a look at Sabre's Blog linked in the official website.
Technical Data:
LOA - 12.45 m (40.9ft)
Beam - 4.27 m
Draft - 1.02 m
Displacement - 11800 kg
Fuel Capacity - 1440 l
Water Capacity - 530 l
Accommodation - 4 + 2 berths
Engines - 2 x Cummins 380hp
Propulsion - ZF Zeus 3500 Pod aft looking double propeller
Speed - 30 knots max, 27 knots cruising
Hull - modified vee shape sixteen degrees dead rise aft
Construction - vacuum infused e-glass with Airex foam core
Certification - CE B, NMMA, ABYC, USCG

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