Sabre 402 Blue Horizon

JUST LISTED! You will always see my listings here first.  This is a boat that I worked on back in my Rovang Marine days.  I remember being very impressed with the build quality, and I liked that the owner was very meticulous.  I always enjoyed being able to do high quality work that was appreciated by the owner.  I am now honored that the owner is giving me the chance to market, and sell this beautiful Sabre.

2002 SABRE 402   $209,000

If I was given one phrase to describe Blue Horizon it would be: Exceptionally High Quality.  Add to to that, always very well maintained, continuously upgraded, and enjoyed.  This is truly a turn key sailing yacht, perfect for the Northwest and beyond.
The Sabre 402, like the whole Sabre sail line, was designed to be high preforming, traditional in looks, safe and comfortable.  That’s a lot to ask from one boat.  Sabre worked a long time, with great attention to detail, to accomplish that goal.
The current owner of Blue Horizon is moving on to other adventures.  Now is your chance to own a premium yacht with out paying a huge price.
New Navigation equipment with the latest blue tooth technology, Iverson dodger, diesel heat, low hours on beautiful Yanmar diesel, roller furling genoa, and main, new windlass w/ Rocna anchor, warm cherry interior, and so much more.
If it’s your time to own a quality sailing yacht, don’t wait, make an appointment to come see this beautiful flag blue Sabre today.

 

Happy New Year 2018!

Looking back on 2017 I am thankful for many things.  Mostly I am thankful for my wife Niccole.  We celebrated out first year Anniversary at Poets Cove on Pender Island. This summer we bought a rental property together, to begin to build for our future.  Jazmin is doing very well in her Jr. year at Western, still paying for the whole thing on her own, without debt. This summer she moved into her own apartment in Bellingham, with roommates from school.  And to help further expand her growing independence, we bought her a Chevy Malibu before school started.

Niccole’s Dad received an extremely serious cancer diagnoses, was treated for a brain tumor, lung cancer, and is now cancer free, all in this year.  Though we laid my Dad to rest in January at the Willamette National Cemetery, my Mom is doing very well living at Bonaventure in Tigard.  I am so thankful that she is in such a nice place, not alone, and making the best of it.

My year in sales at Nordic Yachts Northwest was my most profitable since starting in the yacht broker business.  I still have not reached my annual sales goal however, I am confident that I can reach it in 2018.

As you may know, if you follow new boat sales, New Nordic Tug sales have turned out to be a complete bust the last couple of years.  Used Nordics are still my favorite boat to sell, but the new boats have just been priced to high, and suffer from a stale, I would even say: non-existent marketing program.  If something improves I think they could sell again, but for me, as a commission only sales person, I need a boat line that I can sell now.

On that front there is hope.  At the Seattle Boat Show we are going to be selling Nordic Tugs and a new line of boats, finally! It is a line from Finland, from a builder that has been in business for a long time.  We have been given the opportunity to introduce them to the Northwest boating market, and I am very excited about it.  I feel that this is the year I need to prove that I can earn a true living at yacht sales, or get out and move on.  Have a great, healthy, and Happy New Year!

Niccole and Her Dad.