Gallery: Cruising with Sabre

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These adventurous cruisers have traveled more than 35,000 nautical miles to locations such as Lourdes, France.

These adventurous cruisers have traveled more than 35,000 nautical miles to locations such as Lourdes, France. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

The “Men at Sea” in Esbjerg, Denmark.

The “Men at Sea” in Esbjerg, Denmark. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

Marcia and Lola exploring in Canillo, Andorra.

Marcia and Lola exploring in Canillo, Andorra. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

The yacht’s shallow air draft comes in handy while exploring the French canals.

The yacht’s shallow air draft comes in handy while exploring the French canals. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

Stopping by a glassblowing shop in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Stopping by a glassblowing shop in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

Going ashore to stretch their legs, the couple gets a chance to take in views like this one in Ordino, Andorra.

Going ashore to stretch their legs, the couple gets a chance to take in views like this one in Ordino, Andorra. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

Visiting the Natural History Museum Basel in Switzerland.

Visiting the Natural History Museum Basel in Switzerland. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

Slow cruising through Nordhouse, France.

Slow cruising through Nordhouse, France. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

It’s a tight fit as True East exits a tunnel while cruising French canals.

It’s a tight fit as True East exits a tunnel while cruising French canals. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

A quiet morning on the canal.

A quiet morning on the canal. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

Exploring museums in Luxembourg.

Exploring museums in Luxembourg. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

A waterfront view in Smögen, Sweden.

A waterfront view in Smögen, Sweden. (Courtesy Dan Prigmore/)

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