DiMillo's Yacht Sales

Portland, Maine

Black Horse 33 Delivery

Today was delivery day for this brokerage listing, a 2006 Black Horse 33. We were thrilled to hand her over to a very excited new owner who we know will take very good care of her! 
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Sabre 48, Miss Maggie, Gets Launched!

This brand new Sabre 48 was launched at Great Island Boat Yard this morning! The boat ran smoothly while en route to Portland, with yacht broker Andrew Cousins, at the helm, and NY Service Manager, Dan Loring at his side! She will spend a few days here at our Portland docks before heading off to New York next week! 
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Sabre 58, Hull #1 Delivery!

We were super excited to hand off Sabre 58 Salon Express, Hull 1, to her new owners today! We took advantage of it being the wife's brithday and decorated the boat with some balloons and a chocholate ganache torte! We know they are about to make amazing memories out on the water with their kids and grandchildren in the years to come! Spe...
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Featured Listing 1986 Holland 38 Flybridge

1986 Holland 38 Flybridge, Pandalus, is a wonderful example of a solid well-built Maine, downeast boat.  She has received many upgrades and improvements over the last few years.  Most notable was a re-power in 2015 with a new Caterpillar C7 454hp with a new Twin Disc transmission.  She is currently docked in our marina in Por...
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Sabre 54 Flybridge Ready For Pick Up

The Maine service team has completed some routine maintenance on this Sabre 54 Flybridge here at our Portland docks.  Service Manager, Jason Brunet, snapped some shots of her prior to pick up by her owners! She looks refreshed and ready to get back out on the water! 
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Sabre 58, Hull 2, is off to her home port!

After our epic photo shoot of the triple Sabre 58s, we delivered hull no. 2 to her new owner! The owner of Jessie and Captain Eli pushed off the DiMillo's docks here in Portland and are headed to Jessie's home port in New Hampshire!
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Sabre 58 - Triple Take

This spring and summer has, no doubt, been a unique time. There is not a person, a family, a small business owner, a large corporation, medical personnel, etc. that is not affected by Covid. We boaters have always been a special group and in this climate, it is one of the few activities that can safely be enjoyed. We are seeing a large number of new boaters emerge as people explore new way to spend their time and are thrilled to welcome these folks to our special community. On Friday, we had a rare opportunity to photograph something pretty darn special. Sabre's newest model, the 58 Salon Express, left the factory in January, before the Pandemic exploded. In February, Hull #1 was shown at the Miami Yachts Show and was due to officially debut at the Palm Beach Boat Show in March. In March, the world as we knew stopped and all foreseeable boat shows were cancelled. Amidst the struggles of Covid, remote work and Sabre shutting down for a period of time, Hull #2 and Hull #3 were completed, transported over the road, launched and run to DiMillo’s Marina. They are now receiving their final touches for delivery to their new owners.
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Sabre 58, Hull #2 Gets Launched!

Sabre 58, Hull No. 2, got launched at Maine Yacht Center after being painted and having her transom lettering applied. She is now in the water and at our docks here in Portland! Our Maine service team and Navtronics will get to work right away as her new owner is anxioulsy awaiting to get her out on the water to enjoy the rest of the summer! Sta...
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Eastbay 47 Gets Prepped for Delivery

The Maine service team has spent the last few days commissioning and preparing this 2008 Eastbay 47 Flybridge for her delivery tomorrow! She is a beauty and we are excited for her new owner to get her out on the water! 
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Sabre 58 Hull 3 Arrives At Our Docks

Captain Eli, Yacht Broker, Scott MacLean, and Service Manager, Jason Brunet had the pleasure of bringing Sabre 58, Hull 3 from Rockland to our docks in Portland. They reported that the boat handled well through fog and choppy seas throughout most of the 2.5 hour trip. Our crew will now begin the commissioning work! 
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