Posted: 24 May 2013 07:38 AM PDT
Kevin Burns, VP of Design and Product Development says, “The 54 represents the most sophisticated build to date for the Sabre yard in terms of the incredible interior details, state-of-the-art systems arrangements, and overall experience of ownership. It will establish a new high water mark for our entire team.”
One of the most incredible features is the cabinet joinery details – this fine woodworking is built not only in the USA but in the State of Maine at the Sabre yard. We are proud to use sustainably harvested, domestically sourced American Cherry timber.
Other “jewels” of the galley are the upscale fixtures, the dishwasher and the subzero drawer refrigerators.
The appliances are seamlessly integrated with the rest of the galley by way of the custom cherry door panels which present a full ‘built in’ effect.
Another great feature of the 54 layout: the Day Head. This space is beautifully designed and yet extremely practical — the benefit of a day head is that it keeps traffic out of the staterooms which translates into the greatest level of privacy for Owners and Guests.
Outboard surfaces of the day head covered with solid cherry staving with Sabre’s signature hand rubbed finish. It blends wonderfully with the cherry and stainless steel grab rail located under the counter.
There will be lots of light in this space with a full mirror bulkhead and full mirror door. The oversized stainless steel port light opens easily for days when you want the sea breeze blowing throughout the cabin.
In the spacious cockpit of the 54, you find an awning by SureShade as a standard feature. Also worth noting — the Sabre 54 will be one of the first production boats to be fitted with the Volvo IPS 950 propulsion system. We expect a cruise speed in the high 20’s and a top end speed over 30 knots