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Old 06-21-2005, 02:12 PM
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anyone know anything about Saber boats? i think they are made in michigan. how is the quality?
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I think they are in Michigan and make a quality boat.
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http://www.saberboats.com/

And they make great rough water boats.
Do a search on them here, and you'll find plenty.

What are you looking for in particular?
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Here's the nicest two ever made. So far.
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i'm looking for something in the 28-32 ft range and i saw a 28 footer in the classified section that looked pretty nice. $33k i think, but i don 't know anything about sabers. still need to convince the wife that a powerboat is a good investment, though. ha ha.
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There 34' is real nice too............If that's more the size your looking for. One of the board members has one.



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I've been told go w/ the twin boat w/ the 28.

There are some 28 panteras for sale too, but more $.
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SKRAMER: don't forget nauti kitty.
westcoater: saber is a top of the line built boat. here is that phone # 616-837-6442
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SKRAMER: don't forget nauti kitty.
westcoater: saber is a top of the line built boat. here is that phone # 616-837-6442
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Just ask Nauti Kitty, LEOPAJM, or Nykamp, they can tell you. From what I understand it is a top notch offshore boat that can take the Lake Michigan waters without a hickup. I've heard the 28's are rock solid and only know of one 34 and haven't heard a bad word about it. The guys that build them are guys that had other careers and gave that up just because they LOVE boats. Now where do you find that in the marine business, it's usually all about dollars.

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