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Sabre

Sabre

A popular one design single-handed hiking dinghy in Australia. At 3.7m in length, the Sabre is similar in length to the Laser, although has a little less sail area. It is very light-weight, with a minimum hull weight of just 41kg. Sabres are sailed by people from 14 to 80 in age; and in weights from 45 to 95kg.

Show news Entries open for Crown Series Bellerive Regatta
Sailors from across Tasmania are gearing up to celebrate the 20th anniversary
Posted on 31 Jan
2023/24 Sabre Australians Nationals
A fleet of 67 boats race at McCrae Yacht Club
Posted on 15 Jan
44th Sabre Nationals in Hobart
From slow boat to seven bullets
Posted on 12 Feb 2023
2022 Victorian Sabre State Titles
Youth takes charge at Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron
Posted on 9 Mar 2022
Sabre class sticks with current sail design
Unanimously agreed there is insufficient support for change from current sailors
Posted on 29 Jun 2021
What's their secret?
We speak to the classes which are seeing a boom in attendance
Posted on 28 Jun 2021
Lindisfarne Sailing Club's 30 Boat Challenge
Commodore John Mills has put out a call to all Tasmanian Sabre owners to join in
Posted on 26 Mar 2021
Sabre WA State Championship
Down to the final race at Perth Dinghy Sailing Club
Posted on 16 Mar 2021
2021 Victorian Sabre State Championships
60 boats on the startline at McCrae Yacht Club
Posted on 10 Mar 2021
Tamar Marine Blockbuster Weekend Regatta overall
Conditions were perfect for the Race Officer and the sailors
Posted on 28 Feb 2021
Tamar Marine Blockbuster Weekend Regatta day 1
The regatta has attracted a record number of entries
Posted on 27 Feb 2021
Vic Sabre State Champs locked down but not out
Entries have now been reopened for rescheduled event on 6-7 March
Posted on 22 Feb 2021
Sabre WA State Championship Heats 3 & 4 at PDSC
Racing held in in Matilda Bay
Posted on 11 Feb 2021
Sabre WA State Championships Heats 1 & 2
21 sailors enjoy the conditions on the Swan River
Posted on 3 Dec 2020
Bridge over troubled waters
How Melbourne Sabre sailors are riding the second wave
Posted on 22 Sep 2020
Sabrettes responsible for more women on the water
The one-design class does not attract a 'one design' sailor
Posted on 27 May 2020
Development is critical, but must be calculated
Grassroots classes can succeed in a range of different ways
Posted on 20 May 2020
From Barcelona to Black Rock
Luis Mata's journey to Sabre sailing
Posted on 14 Apr 2020
Sabre new sail evaluation process
Initial findings now published
Posted on 6 Apr 2020
Sabre WA State Championships
A record fleet of 30 Sabres at Perth Dinghy Sailing Club
Posted on 16 Mar 2020
Australian Sabre Nationals day 4
Fluky conditions shake up the top of the table
Posted on 10 Jan 2020
Australian Sabre Nationals days 1 & 2
Alan Riley takes the early lead at Wallaroo SC
Posted on 7 Jan 2020
Never too old to sail
Terry Snr is now thinking of having a crack
Posted on 28 Nov 2019
Victorian Sabres get set for exciting season
A jam-packed schedule of competitive racing
Posted on 13 Sep 2019
Perth Waters Coaching Regatta
Western Australia sends highly-regarded coaches to Perth
Posted on 14 Nov 2018
Sabre Nationals at Matilda Bay
WA sailor David Meehan from Safety Bay Yacht Club is currently in the lead
Posted on 2 Jan 2018
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Vinylester Madness (Matt Westland) and Dinky Di (John Cerutty) are leading the Sabre Fleet in the Banjo's Shoreline Crown Series Bellerive Regatta
© Jane Austin
Off-the-beach dinghy classes are a big part of the Banjo's Shoreline Crown Series Bellerive Regatta
© Jane Austin
The fleet reaching during the 2023/24 Sabre Australian Nationals at McCrae Yacht Club
© Russell Bates
Mark rounding during the 2023/24 Sabre Australian Nationals at McCrae Yacht Club
© Russell Bates
Race start during the 2023/24 Sabre Australian Nationals at McCrae Yacht Club
© Russell Bates
44th Sabre Nationals in Hobart
© Peter Watson
44th Sabre Nationals in Hobart
© Peter Watson
44th Sabre Nationals in Hobart
© Peter Watson
44th Sabre Nationals in Hobart
© Peter Watson
A big start during the 2022 Victorian Sabre State Titles
© Russell Bates
Overall winner Adrian Finglas in the 2022 Victorian Sabre State Titles
© Russell Bates
After the start during the 2022 Victorian Sabre State Titles
© Russell Bates
Adrian and Hamish battling for first prize during the 2022 Victorian Sabre State Titles
© Russell Bates
Sabres on the water at the Lindisfarne Sailing Club
© Emily Snadden
Sabre WA State Championship 2021
© John Chapman
Sabre WA State Championship 2021
© John Chapman
Starting line - 2021 46th Victorian Sabre State Championships
© Russell Bates
Boats on the beach - 2021 46th Victorian Sabre State Championships
© Luis Mata
Simon Merritt 1st place overall - 2021 46th Victorian Sabre State Championships
© Murray O'Brien
Michelle de Blaquiere 1st place women - 2021 46th Victorian Sabre State Championships
© Murray O'Brien
The Sabre fleet lines up for a start
© Greg and Michelle Jones
39th Sabre Australian Championships - Big fleet start
© Alex McKinnon
Sabre start Heat 3
© Lindsay Preece / Ironbark Photos
Sabre WA State Championships Heats 1 & 2
© David Ponton
Sabre WA State Championships Heats 1 & 2
© David Ponton
Sabre WA State Championships Heats 1 & 2
© David Ponton
Sabre WA State Championships Heats 1 & 2
© David Ponton
Sabre WA State Championships Results after Heat 2
© David Ponton
Many Sabre sailors can't wait to be back on the water again
© Harry Fisher
Sabres lined up on the beach at Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron
© Harry Fisher
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