Sabre 456
The Sabre 456 was designed by the Sabre Design Team in collaboration with Jim Taylor Yacht Design. This award winning partnership is responsible for all of Sabre sailing yacht designs since 1991. She is built in the Maine where boatbuilding is an art passed through generations of proud craftsmen and women.

Sabre 426
The Sabre 426 is the fourth collaboration between Jim Taylor Yacht Design and the Sabre Design Team. Each of these designs has been recognized by the boating press as exceptional in both the their design and construction. This medium displacement cruiser/racer design was named one of Sail's Top Ten in her year of introduction and she continues as one of Sabre Yachts most popular designs.

Sabre 386
The Sabre Design Team and Jim Taylor Yacht Design have again joined forces to create a new Sabre sailing yacht. The Sabre 386 was launched in January 2004 and in October 2004 was awarded Cruising World Magazine's Boat of the Year Award as Best Mid-sized Performance Cruiser as well as Overall Domestic Boat of the Year.

Jim Taylor Yacht Design and the Sabre Design Team have collaborated on five award winning designs over the past 15 years and, for 2007, are proud to introduce the Sabre Spirit daysailor with classic good looks and spirited performance. For 35 years, Sabre Yachts has built sailing yachts with a performance pedigree, all built for people who love sailing and who treasure the exhilarating feeling that a great sailboat design can offer her crew. But just as some owners allow the time for long range cruising, there are those whose schedules require a different sailing lifestyle. And so Sabre again turned to Jim Taylor to design a daysailor with the style and elegance of sailing yachts of a bygone era, and added to the design mandate blending the performance of a youthful sport boat with "grown-up" ease of handling available with today's modern sailing hardware. To merely use a number to describe such a boat seemed inadequate, and so the name "Spirit" was chosen to better describe the very essence of this yacht.

Allures 45
Allures 45 seaworthy, performance, comfort and elegance Four key words have guided our work in designing this new model. Nearly seven years after the Allures 44, it is still innovation which allows us to challenge yesterdays...


Delphia 47
DELPHIA 47 is the flagship of the Delphia range. With RCD Category A rating, it is designed to guarantee excellent performance and safety when blue water sailing. The Delphia 47 is available in two editions – a three-cabin owner version with each cabin featuring its own heads compartment complete with shower, and a charter version featuring five double cabins and four heads compartments. The elegant and modern interior features a bright and airy saloon to comfortably accommodate the entire crew. The Delphia 47 is fitted with a high specification galley and sizeable navigation table to meet the expectations of the most demanding owner of a yacht in this class. Similarly, the cockpit is impressively spacious and ergonomically designed to provide maximum comfort and convenience when sailing or in harbour. A large deck area as well and a spacious bathing platform provide ample space for soaking up the sun after taking a dip. Dual steering positions are offered as standard while the self-tacking jib and the furling mainsail allow it to be easily sailed by one person.

Delphia 46cc
Designed for customers who above all appreciate the pure art of sailing, the design of Delphia 46cc is the ultimate example of synergy between naval architect and boat builder. This high-end model with a central cockpit features rigging and capstans from the world’s leading manufacturers and uncompromisingly satisfies the expectations of even the most demanding of yachtsmen. Despite its smooth lines and luxurious feel, the obvious sporting pedigree will not allow you to forget you are aboard a thoroughbred seagoing yacht. The robust hull, designed by renowned designer Andrzej Skrzat and shared by the Delphia 47, ensures unmatched stability in rough sea and achieves excellent speeds upwind. Boasting a big yacht feel, the 46cc provides a relaxed atmosphere while under sail and with the latest technical innovations, is easy to helm even when sitting at the navigation table. The elegant and spacious interior is the creation of world-famous designer Birgit Schnaase of Schnaase Interior Design and includes a wealth of exclusive and practical details you would normally expect of a super yacht. Built with utmost attention to quality and detail, the large enclosed guest area with central cockpit table and sumptuous sofas is ideal for dining and relaxing while tackling the challenges of blue water cruising or simply enjoying the vista that it offers. The two-cabin configuration maximises all available space in the stateroom and guest cabin. The berths are placed as close as possible to the center of yaw to ensure maximum comfort when sleeping in open waters. All this, combined with a long waterline, roomy deck and generous saloon, lend this new marvel of yacht design a spacious, light and airy living area with an omnipresent feeling of extravagance more usually expected of much larger craft found in an entirely different price range.

Delphia 40.3
DELPHIA 40.3 is an oceangoing yacht built to RCD Category A, ensuring it meets the highest standards for performance and safety. Delphia 40.3 is available in two, three and four cabin versions with all versions featuring two heads compartments. Below decks, Delphia 40.3 features a very spacious and bright saloon with room to accommodate the whole crew in comfort. A large fully equipped galley is common to all versions as is a navigation table. Delphia 40.3 has a wide, spacious and well laid out cockpit, perfect for unwinding after a day’s sailing. The teak cockpit features convenient aft access to the bathing platform, ideal for boarding when moored stern to. Delphia 40.3 is available with either a fixed or a swing keel. The fixed keel version is available as either deep or shallow draught and the yacht is also available with either dual or single steering positions. For convenience, it is also possible to order the furling mast system.

Delphia 37.3
Delphia 37.3 DELPHIA 37.3 is a family cruiser built to RCD Category A standard and designed to provide a high degree of safety and comfort. It is available in two editions - an owner version featuring 2 double cabins and a 3-cabin charter version. The interior is light and spacious and features a large saloon to accommodate the crew in comfort. A high specification galley adds to the luxurious feel with its cooker, two-burner stove and folding teak worktop. With all lines leading aft, the Delphia 37.3 can be easily sailed from the teak laid cockpit that also allows easy access to the stern and bathing platform. The Delphia 37.3 is offered in both fixed keel and swing keel versions with the latter ideal for those who cruise shallower waters. A furling mast system is available as an optional extra.

Delphia 33.3
DELPHIA 33.3 is a spacious family cruiser offering a high level of comfort for those longer stays aboard. This model features a newly designed interior with sumptuous sofas and a forward facing navigation table. With a spacious bathroom and a shower as well as the double cabins fore and aft, the Delphia 33.3 provides its crew with luxurious accommodation. The airy interior features a large saloon table with comfortable seating for the whole crew while the well appointed galley includes a fridge and oven as standard. The generously sized cockpit boasts a teak deck and a bathing platform incorporating contoured seats offering easy access to the water. The Delphia 33.3 is offered in both fixed keel and swing keel versions with the latter ideal for shallow water cruising. The twin braced rudders provide stability on flat ground. Optional extras include a furling mainsail.


Delphia 31
The new Delphia 31 is designed to be a well-mannered craft, ideal for families seeking adventure on the water. From stem to stern, it is built to be functional, solid and very reliable in harsh weather conditions. Even during long voyages, the D31 guarantees its occupants a sense of high comfort and safety. The self–draining cockpit with two lockers, the specifically designed anti-slip surface on the cockpit floor, the self–tailing winch and roller furling jib are just a few of the wealth of features to ensure the ultimate sailing experience that a craft in its class may offer. Inside, the D31 is a perfect combination of space and ergonomics. The generously sized cockpit boasts teak laid seats and a bathing platform offering easy access to the water. The all-new interior with sumptuous sofas offers sleeping accommodation for up to six adults while panoramic windows flood the cabin with light. Apart from the exquisite mahogany finish, standard features include a cooker, fridge, shower room and a 150-litre fresh water tank. Below decks there is a 100-litre diesel tank to fuel the 18-horsepower Volvo Penta engine. The D31 is available with a cast iron keel, recommended for blue water sailing or a swing-keel available on request. Optional extras also include a furling mainsail and a mast lowering kit.

Delphia 29.2
DELPHIA 29.2 is the entry-level family cruiser in the Delphia range. It is designed to be well mannered and ideal for families seeking adventure on the water, whether coastal cruising or navigating inland waterways. The cabin offers comfortable sleeping accommodation for up to six adults, a practical galley and a large heads compartment. Standard features below deck include a fridge, hot water, shower and shore power. Above deck, a teak laid cockpit and roller furling jib are standard. Optional extras include a swing keel and a mast lowering kit. Every Delphia 29.2 is equipped with twin rudders and horizontal supports to provide stability on flat ground.

Delphia 28
DELPHIA 28 is built on the proven characteristics of Delphia 26 and as a result is one of the fastest yachts available in the 28 foot category. The stability and superior design of Delphia 28 ensures stability, manoeuvrability and maximum passenger comfort in any weather conditions. The well appointed interior boasts a galley, a bathroom with shower and two cabins with six berths. The Delphia 28 is available with a swing keel or a cast iron keel recommended for blue water sailing.

Delphia 24
Delphia 24 Designed by the renowned naval architect Andrzej Skrzat, the Delphia 24 One Design regatta yacht was developed as a joint venture between the Polish Regatta Association and Delphia Yachts boatyard. The objective was to develop a yacht that bridged the gap between high-performance swing keel and sport ballast boats designed for training and racing, that would also meet the requirements of recreational sailing. This result was a yacht that is extremely responsive to the helm yet its superior stability negates the requirement for trapeze wires. This high performance yacht is made from the highest quality composite materials to ensure maximum performance and durability and its advanced hull structure gives it an ability to plane in strong winds. Its weighted daggerboard ensures stability for controlled sailing even in high winds.

Delphia 26
DELPHIA 26 demonstrates good pace and is responsive to the helm yet remains stable in both light and heavy conditions ensuring a high level of passenger comfort and security. The yacht is available with a mast lowering system, making it a great choice for navigating inland waters. The smart design of the interior allows to accommodate four people in comfort. The swing-keel version is mainly designed for inland waters, while the ballast version also allows blue water sailing.


Oyster 82
Oyster 82From any angle, the Oyster 82 looks refined and stylish, even more so with the new styling to her deck saloon lines introduced this year and available now from hull 15 onwards. An exceptional sailing yacht, that will do 240-mile days on passage, the Oyster 82 is beautifully balanced and light on the helm with equally impressive light airs performance and is a fine example of what can be achieved by combining the naval architect’s art and the builder’s experience, a yacht that really does compare favourably with many larger vessels. The 82’s split cockpit really does have a big yacht feel with twin wheels and a spacious, protected guest cockpit with large fitted tables for some serious ‘al fresco’ dining. The upper saloon offers a direct line of sight outboard, providing a panoramic vista and direct access to the cockpit. The lower saloon typically incorporates seating and a movie system. Oyster 82The Oyster 82 offers full standing headroom under the cockpit floor, with a centreline passageway leading aft to the owner’s stateroom and two guest cabins. This give owners and their guests privacy from the galley and ensuite crew accommodation which are forward of the saloon. The Oyster 82 offers a combination of comfort and performance, with an abundance of practical sea-going features that are the hallmark of the entire Oyster range and is now available in a Supershoal centreboard variant with a board up draft of just 2.14m (

Oyster 725
The new Oyster 725 is a stunning development of the well-proven Oyster 72, with many new features, including triple ‘seascape’ vertical hull windows in the saloon and a clear, flush aft deck, both features recently introduced on the new Oyster 625 to great acclaim. She is conceived from the outset to blend the live-aboard and seamanlike qualities of a typical Oyster within a design where high performance is also considered a priority. The Oyster 725 is built using modern composite engineering, producing a hull and deck that are both light and stiff, without compromising the strength, durability and ease of handling for which Oyster yachts are so well known. The new Oyster 725 has one of our sleekest deck and cockpit designs ever, with her rolled edge side decks, flush deck hatches and fittings, transom stairwell and a host of ‘superyacht’ features. Below decks her interior joinery styling, fixtures and fittings have undergone a subtle yet comprehensive transformation, giving her a modern and contemporary feel. Oyster 72 Most owners in this size range will appreciate the advantages of separating the crew and galley from the owner’s and guest accommodation, a proven configuration that works really well on the 725 with no compromises. The well-appointed owners’ suite, together with double and twin guest cabins aft, provides luxurious accommodation for family and friends, whilst the living area forward of the galley can be configured with two ensuite cabins or as a VIP guest suite. The Oyster 725s spacious, light and airy saloon, with its great outboard vista through the vertical hull windows, complements the large cockpit, which is perfect for alfresco dining, whilst her vast aft deck is a wonderful area for sun worshippers, entertaining and partying. The standard layout makes best use of space on board the 725, but we are always pleased to configure a custom layout to best match an owner’s individual needs and priorities.

Oyster 655
With the 655, performance was an established criterion from the outset. Designer, Rob Humphreys, created a set of hull lines with a relatively fine entry forward and a clean run aft. Add a low centre of gravity keel, a modern high aspect rudder and powerful sail plan and the result is a fast yacht that is a pleasure to sail. The twin helm configuration puts the helmsman in exactly the right place and means that the spacious forward cockpit is safe and uncluttered. It is also much easier to get on and off the working deck since there is virtually flat deck access from the stern into the cockpit. Oyster 655The saloon makes best use of the yacht’s 18' 5" (5.62m) beam and, with the U-shaped galley to port, creates a spacious and contemporary open-plan living environment, with plenty of counter surfaces and stowage space. The 655 has a spacious owner’s suite aft, with its own private access to deck, and three guest cabins.

Oyster 625
The new Oyster 625 is designed to bring some significant improvements to the already successful pedigree of the Oyster 61 and 62. A new hull design by Rob Humphreys, with increased performance and handling, options for a sportier rig, several interior layout options and increased space in the master cabin by utilising the fuller aft sections are just some of the enhancements we’re launching with this new design. Designed for comfortable live-aboard family and friends sailing, the 625 interior options also allow for a forepeak layout to be set out for a full-time crew member. The main areas in the yacht feature two forward cabins, each with its own heads and shower, a spacious owners suite and a fourth cabin that can be configured as a workshop, guest cabin or a children’s cabin with access from the master cabin. There is an option of a sliding companionway access from the master cabin to the aft deck or owners may prefer to keep the aft deck uncluttered giving a 2m by 2.2m leisure area. The cleaner, more modern bulwark profile, with its integral stanchions and mooring cleats, creates spacious, uncluttered side decks, whilst the smoother, flush lines of her foredeck produces more deck space than the Oyster 62. There is also the option of three large vertical portlights in the hull, to port and starboard, to further enhance the views out from the saloon giving this new Oyster real superyacht quality. With an overall length of just under 19.4m (63.5ft) including pulpit, the Oyster 625 supports options of cutter rig, double headsail and in-mast furling. A displacement length ratio of 182 and a sail area displacement ratio of 22.3 deliver sparkling performance for comfortable passage making. The striking new Oyster 625 is guaranteed to turn heads wherever she goes.

Oyster 575
he all-new Oyster 575 is about evolution and experience. Evolution in design terms means an exceptionally sleek deck saloon with a spacious cockpit with twin wheels. It also means that every inch of space below deck has been optimised to provide comfortable, practical accommodation. Experience means talking to our owners and benefiting from their experience as well as our own. With over 50 Oyster 55s and over 70 Oyster 56s in commission, our experience of quality blue water cruising yachts in this size range is probably unsurpassed. Pure hull lines from Rob Humphreys will ensure this yacht is a fast passage maker resulting in effortless blue water cruising and exhilarating performance, while the four cabin layout and spacious saloon and dining areas will appeal to families and those wishing to sail with crew. We are confident that the new Oyster 575, with her twin-wheel configuration, will soon set the standard by which cruising yachts in this size range are judged.



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