2013 Sabre 42 Salon Express

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Yacht Overview

Make: Sabre

Model: 42 Salon Express

Year: 2013

Length: 42′

Located In: Vero Beach, FL

Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 8735645


The “Bellagio” is a fine example of the popular Sabre 42 Salon Express. Her engines, PODs and generator were replaced in 2020. She has been well cared for and it shows. Owners change in plans makes her available. 

Full Specs

Boat Name



LOA: 42
Beam: 14 ft
Maximum Draft: 3.33 ft
Bridge Clearance: 12.5 ft
Dry Weight: 30,000 lb
Deadrise: 16 °


Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: QSB 6.7
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 380|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard

Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: QSB 6.7
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 380|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard


Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (140 Gallon)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (380 Gallon)
Holding Tanks: 1 (60 Gallon)


Number of single berths: 6

Manufacturer's Description
At Sabre Yachts our goal has always been to fulfill the dreams and wishes of our boat owners by listening carefully to their requests and blending their ideas into exciting designs. We consider our owners and potential owners to be valued members of the Sabre Design Team. The Sabre 42 is the result of our observation that our clients want to enjoy the same levels of personal luxury and comfort that they have come to expect in their homes and in their automobiles. To that end we have developed a style of sedan, available with or without fly bridge, that permits boaters to operate from the comfort of the yacht's interior or from the openness of an optional fly bridge. Technology is advancing rapidly and our owners have come to expect that if there is a new technology available, we will employ it in our designs. We have dramatically changed the way we build our yachts and the way in which they are propelled. Traditional values such as fine craftsmanship and great looks remain, as our owners have come to expect, but below the surface things are state-of-the-art.In our fiberglass shop we have changed infusion molding. It is greener in the sense that it uses considerably less resin and cleaner in that the emissions levels are much lower. It's lighter because we use less resin and that allows the hull to run faster and use less fuel. Infusion differs from traditional hand lay-up in that all materials are loaded dry into the mold in a stack, the stack is then covered with a plastic bag and resin is infused into the stack. This creates a stronger part with higher glass to resin ratios. With Zeus Pod everything has changed and nothing remains the same. The smaller engines using vectored thrust propel the boat at higher speeds using less fuel. And when maneuvering in tight spaces a joy stick makes child's play of docking.
Options and Upgrades
  • 2020 Cummins Diesel QSB6.7 Engines w/281 hours
  • 2020 transmissions
  • 2020 Zeus 3500 Pods
  • 2020 ONAN 9.0 KW generator
  • 2019 Engine room blower
  • 2019 Magnum Pure Sine Wave 2800 Inverter/Charger
  • 2019 Galvanic isolator
  • 2019 50A battery charger
  • 2019 Reverse Cycle air/heat in all 3 zones
  • Custom cockpit awning (new 2021)
  • Sabre white hull color
  • Contrasting beige molded-in non-skid
  • Molded fiberglass mast on hardtop for electronics
  • Searchlight mounted on mast
  • Kahlenberg double chrome horn on hardtop
  • Hot and cold shower in cockpit
  • Ultraleather upholstery throughout in the main salon and below in dinette
  • Privacy shades on opening ports
  • Highly desirable optional dinette layout below. Converts to double berth and privacy curtain creates second cabin

Electronics and Helm
  • Garmin GPSMap 8212 twin multi-function displays (new 2022)
  • Garmin GMR 18HD 18" Radome radar
  • Garmin GM51XM Weather radar
  • Garmin GC10 reverse image marine camera in cockpit
  • Gamin AIS 600 receiver
  • Garmin VHS 300 VHF radio with GHS 20 wireless mic
  • Garmin Black Box Sounder
  • Garmin bronze thru-hull for depth/speed/temp
  • 4 Garmin GM110 displays at helm
  • Intellian 12 USHD satellite TV antenna
  • DirecTV receiver
  • GLomex air anntena for local channels
  • Flat screen TVs in main salon, dinette, and master below
  • Shakespeare 5225-XT 6DB Galazy VHF anntena
  • Garmin GPS 19X NEMA 2000 receiver/antennae
  • Garmin GMI 20 display
  • Garmin GSD 24 transducer
  • Garmin GMR 404 open array radar integrated into MF displays
  • Garmin VHF 315
  • Fusion stereo with speakers in main salon and cockpit
  • 32" LED TV on an electric lift inside a cabinet in main salon
  • 24" LED TVs in the stateroom and dinette forward bulkhead
  • Satellite TV
  • Cummins DTS single-lever electronic controls
  • Cummins Smart Craft display (engine data, tank levels, vessel data, alarms)
  • Triple windshield wipers with washers
  • Ritchie compass
  • Switch controls for double Kahlenberg horn, running lights, anchor light, engine room blower, and optional equipment
  • Stazo 400 custom teak steering wheel with tilt helm and Sabre logo
  • (2) Stidd series single helm seats with Ultraleather fabric 

Engines and Mechanical
  • Twin Cummins QSB 380hp 6.7L electronic fresh water-cooled engines New 2020
  • Twin CMD Zeus 3500 pod drives with integrated steering and trim tabs New 2020
  • CMD helm, with a joystick
  • Trim tabs integrated with CMD Zeus pod drives
  • Autopilot integrated into CMD Zeus pod drives
  • GPS receiver
  • Skyhook, GPS positioning system
  • 120A, 12V alternators each engine 
  • (2) Exhaust by-pass mufflers
  • Engine room blower 
  • Engine room vent ducts
  • Engine room floor with FRP anit-skid
  • White gel-coated engine room
  • Mylar face foam noise barrier
  • (2) 190-gallon diesel fuel tanks port and starboard
  • Dual Racor fuel filters with water in fuel probes
  • (2) 2" diesel deck fill plates
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Marelon sea valves on all thru-hull fittings below waterline
  • Bonding system to safeguard against galvanic corrosion
  • Automatic fire extinguishing discharge system in engine space with override
  • (3) Automatic 12V electric bilge pumps
  • (3) High water switches and alarm

  • Modified Deep V planing hull design with shallow pod drive tunnels
  • 16-degree deadrise at the transom, 23-degree deadrise amidships
  • ISO NPG Sabre White gelcoat with vinylester resin
  • Bottom, topsides, and transom VIP resin infused biaxial E-glass with Crecell SAN foam core
  • Stringer system biaxial E-glass with foam core
  • VIP Resin infused swim platform with moded in non-skid surface
  • Hull side rubbing strakes
  • PVC rub rail with stainless steel cap
  • Painted Flag Blue double boot stripe
  • Gold recessed cove stripe

  • ISO NPG gelcoat
  • VIP resin infused biaxial E-glass with balsa core
  • Molded-in non-skid deck surfaces in optional beige
  • Sliding windows in the salon on cabin sides
  • Stainless steel bi-fold aft salon door
  • Electric dropdown windows in the salon aft bulkhead
  • Hinged access door to side deck at helm station
  • Flush, outward opening, transom door with latch
  • Anchor locker with slam latch
  • Lazarette hatch with gas struts and compression latches
  • Handrails at each corner of the cockpit coaming
  • Large engine room hatch in the main salon with compression latch
  • White rub rail and black bang rail
  • 1 1/4" diameter 316 stainless steel perimeter rail system
  • (6) 12" stainless steel cleats
  • (2) Bollard cleats in aft cockpit coamings
  • (1) 10" stainless steel cleat to starboard of windlass as anchor rode tie off
  • (2) custom cast stainless steel mid-rail line chocks
  • (2) custom cast stainless steel skene chocks forward
  • Stainless steel bow pulpit with dual anchor roller
  • Anchor windlass, electric rope-chain type
  • Stainless steel bow rail
  • Teak flagstaff and socket on the taffrail
  • Burgee staff on the bow pulpit
  • (3) Lewmar low profile polished aluminum hatches with screens
  • (6) custom stainless steel opening portlights
  • Teak varnished toe rails
  • Teak varnished cabin side eye-brow
  • Custom cast stainless steel "SABRE" logo
  • Optional Freshwater washdown at bow
  • Optional fiberglass mast for electronics
  • Optional searchlight on mast

  • (2) AGM Group 31 dedicated engine start batteries
  • (2) AGM 4D deep cycle ship's service batteries
  • (1) AGM Group 24 generator start battery