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Boats built in Maine have a tradition of premium craftsmanship and classic American style, and the models produced by this Raymond-based yard are no exception. Sabre is quick to boast about the pride its craftsmen take in producing each semi-custom model. That pride is evident in the details, joinery and lovely lines of these Downeast-style boats that the company has dubbed “fast trawlers.” Today, the motor yacht range consists of models from 38 to 54 feet in length, and configurations include Salon Express and Fly Bridge styles. In addition to exceptional engineering and detail work, the boats offer impressive performance, as each model cruises between 20 and 25 knots and offers a top-end speed of 30 knots plus. Sabre also manufacturers performance sailing yachts of medium displacement designed for blue water.
"Blue water cruiser"
Built in 2004 and commissioned in 2005, this Sabre 426 is a moderate displacement cruising yacht with excellent performance. She comes with 6 berths, cherry interior, two heads, 55HP Yanmar, Bow Thruster, 2010 fully battened mainsail, plotter, radar, heating and much more.
|Hull Shape||Monohull||Beam||13 ft 5 in|
|Max Draft||6 ft 10 in||Dry Weight||24000.01 lb|
|Engine Make||Yanmar||Engine Model||4JH3E|
|Engine Year||2004||Fuel Capacity||67 gal|
|Length at Waterline||36 ft||Length Overall||42 ft 6 in|
|Cabin Headroom||6 ft 6 in||Number of Heads||2|
|Water Capacity||450 gal||Engine Hours||1075|
|Number of Berths||4||Number of Engines||1|
|Max Bridge Clearance||59 ft 1 in|
Single unit, vacuum bagged fibreglass of alternate layers of matt knitted biaxial roving. Cored with Airex PVC closed cell foam.
ISO NPG gelcoat
Below the waterline chopped strand glass with vinylester resin is used as a back up for ISO NPG gelcoat.
Internal deck to hull joint.
Bulkheads, berth faces, shelves and floor stringers laminated to the hull providing integral structural strength.
Single unit resin infused fibreglass with Airex core for stiffness with high density PVC core in high stress areas.
White painted Hall Spar Triple Spreader Mast with Rod rigging
Harken Batten cars for the mainsail
Detachable inner forestay
Kevlar running backstays.
Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster.
Hallspar Quick Vang led aft.
Alloy bottle screw covers
Harken furling fore-stay
Spinnaker Pole (stored on the mast)
Mast steps to reach the mainsail headboard when on the boom
Lazy-bag & Lazy-jacks
2010 Fully Battened Mainsail (Dimension-Polyant Hydronet) by Nicholson Hughes (Very Good)
2005 Watson Mylar Furling Genoa (Fair to Good)
2000 Watson Furling Jib (Good)
2005 Watson Storm Jib (Orange Dacron) used once
2005 Watson Symmetrical Spinnaker (Very Good)
SAIL NO. IR 426
I : 56.50 ft
J : 16.58 ft
P : 49.50 ft
E : 17.50 ft
Working Sail Area : 920.00 sq ft
Eberspacher hot air heating (4 outlets)
L-shaped settee to port with a large saloon table. The settee can convert to a double berth. Single berth opposite to starboard.
Owner's cabin forward with it's own shower and heads and loads of storage space.
Forward heads has a holding tank ( 30 US gallons ) with Tank Watch and Macerator Pump.
Visitor's cabin aft offset to port with it's own shower and heads
U-Shaped galley to starboard beside the companionway with loads of storage
Double stainless steel sinks
Force 10 3 burner gas Cooker with grill & oven
12 Volt Sea-Frost Fridge & Freezer
Hot & Cold pressurised water system heated by engine and shore power
Aft facing chart table opposite to port. This is different from the normal layout to allow for the extra shower and heads.
Engine compartment noise and heat insulation replaced with lead laminate
Saloon table reinforced
Navigators area fitted with book shelf.
Max Power CR70 Bow Thruster
Feathering Three Blade Max Prop
Electric Bilge Pump
Manual Bilge Pump
Pulpit, push-pit, stanchions & guardrails
Stainless steel stem-head fitting with 2 bow rollers
Lewmar Ocean No.1 anchor windlass with 44 lb Delta and 60m - 10 mm galvanised chain.
Salt water wash down for above.
Opening gates at the guardrails
Seago Canister type life raft mounted on the coach-roof
Self Tailing Winches Lewmar - 2 Primaries #58 CST - 2 speed
2 Secondaries #44 CST - 2 speed
2 Halyard #44 CST - 2 speed on the coach roof ( one electric for ease of reefing )
Numerous clutch jammers
Main sheet track is mounted on the coachroof
Adjustable genoa sheet cars
Wheel steering with wheel cover
Edson No.402 pedestal with Ritchie SP-5 compass in S.S. Binnacle.
Transom boarding/swim ladder.
Folding cockpit table
Sprayhood with grabrail
Rope Bags in the cockpit
6 x Stainless steel mooring cleats
Mooring lines and fenders
Transom Boarding /Swim Ladder
All hatches and companionway have fly screens
4 x 12 Volt 110 amp.hour group 31 deep cycle service batteries.
1 x 12 Volt 110 amp. hour 31 deep cycle engine start battery.
Heart Freedom 25 Charger/2 KVA Inverter with battery condition monitoring.
In the Cockpit
Ritchie Binnacle Compass
Raymarine Wind speed/angle
Raymarine Tridata speed/depth/log
Raymarine Graphic Display
Raymarine Autopilot Display
At the Nav Station
Raymarine C80 colour chart plotter/radar
Sailor C4901 DSC VHF Radio
ICS NAV 6 Weather Fax
Sea-Me Active Radar Reflector
"Alakush" is registered in Dublin and was delivered in Sept '04, having been shipped from Philadelphia/Bristol and on to Lymington by road. She was commissioned in 2005 and then sailed across to Ireland.
The Sabre 426 is the fourth collaboration between Jim Taylor Yacht Design and the Sabre Design Team. Each of these designs has been recognized by the boating press as exceptional in both their design and construction. This medium displacement cruiser / racer design was named one of "Sail's" (American sailing magazine) Top Ten in her year of introduction and she continues to be one of Sabre's most popular designs today.
"Alakush" has been well maintained by it's one owner from new. She has cruised in European waters.
She has a warm welcoming feel inside and will look after you when the conditions get tough!
|The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.|