The Sabre 19 was originally conceived in 1957 as a 14ft runabout - and known, at that time, as the Cinderella and Carefree – but modern demands and shifting fashions in the marine leisure industry have dictated major changes, not least a significant increase in length.
Today, Fairey Marine has taken the concept of this elegant vessel with its gently curved sheerline and subtle tumblehome, and transformed it into something befitting a Superyacht Tender, aptly naming it the Sabre.
The Sabre is a well-poised vessel with tasteful and unmistakable styling, and responsive handling. It is completed to an exceptional standard, something which can only really be achieved with a hand-built sports boat.
The Sabre is available in various layouts and comes in an extensive range of colours and material finishes to satisfy any taste. In the case of a Superyacht Tender, it can be tailored to suit the styling of the mother vessel. Powered by water-jet propulsion or conventional propeller and shaft drive, the shallow draft allows the Sabre extensive cruising options whether at sea or in shallower waters.
With its modern construction methods, timeless styling and superb performance, the Sabre proves the theory of natural selection.