AQUILA is an excellent example of one of Jim Taylor's finest yacht designs with a stunning, brand new Flag Blue paint job. Cared for by experienced yacht owners, she is well equipped for comfortable cruising and ready to sail away.
Highlights include BRAND NEW FLAG BLUE TOPSIDES, AIR CONDITIONING, 12 VOLT REFRIGERATION WITH SECOND FREEZER PLATE, ULTRASUEDE CUSHIONS IN MAIN CABIN, LEWMAR V2 WINDLASS, FLAT SCREEN TELEVISION, ZODIAC INFLATABLE WITH OUTBOARD, 3-BLADE MAXPROP, ELECTRIC FRESH WATER HEAD.
Please contact Parker Harrison at (978) 526-9996
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Sabre Yachts
Designer: Jim Taylor/SABRE Design Team
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 42 ft 6 in
Beam: 13 ft 5 in
LWL: 36 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 2 in
Displacement: 24595 lbs
Ballast: 8850 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 59 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
The interior of the Sabre 426 is hand crafted of the finest American cherry with a teak and holly sole. Satin varnish gives the wood a delicate sheen, which accents the highly detailed joinery work featuring Sabre's signature cold-molded curved laminated trim not found in other yachts. The generous headroom measures 6' 6" in the main salon and aft areas, and 6' 4" in the forward cabin. Drawers are maple dove-tailed construction with smooth sliding roller guides. Locker doors have fully louvered fronts, recessed self-closing hinges, and positive sealing push button latches. The elegant and extensive lighting is by Cantalupi.
Nowhere is the study of old and new elements more eveident than in the main salon of the Sabre 426. The bulkhead-mounted table, a long time Sabre owners' favorite, allows for an exceptionally open and airy salon. For entertaining, or for simply relaxing at the end of an exhilerating day on the water, the two L-shaped settees offer comfortable seating spaces for all of your family and friends. The portside settee converts to a double berth.
Storage is plentiful both above and outboard of the settees. New Sabre woodworking detail found aboard the 426 are sure to please the most discriminating buyer.
The U-shaped galley is both functional and conveniently located at the base of the companionway, within easy reach of the cockpit. Large DC-refrigerated iceboxes are found aft where the most volume is available in the hull shape, and a front opening door provides convenient access to the items in the bottom of the refrigerator.
Stainless steel sinks are situated on the forward arm of the galley, as close as possible to the yacht's centerline. A convenient in-counter dish drainer/locker is located outboard and three large lockers are provided for dry goods. Many drawers are available for utensils and cookware.
The owners' cabin aboard the Sabre 426 is forward, where ventilation, light, and sleeping comfort are the best. This queen size berth is surrounded by many drawers and lockers for storage of personal gear. The hanging locker is cedar lined.
Her head compartment, with ceramic tiled floor and spacious separate shower stall is well equipped, funtional, and easy to clean. Hose runs from the WC to the holding tank are as short as possible so as to minimize head odors. The Jabsco Quiet Flush fresh water head, and Tank Watch 4 monitor further enhance this approach.
The aft cabin is roomy and airy. A clever overhead hatch (concealed under and protected by the cockpit locker lid) offers excellent ventilation as well as connecting the cockpit crew to those below. Many drawers and lockers are provided for stowage of poersonal effects. This boat features addtional drawer storage in lieu of the standard vanity and sink.
The increasing use of personal computers for navigation led us to supply a specific space on the chart table-top for that purpose. The inboard end of the chart table hinges open for chart and accessory storage, and a large panel for flush-mounting of additional electronics is provided in clear view of the navigator. The fully equipped custom Sabre tool drawer highlights the storage in this area.
Ultrasuede fabric in main salon
Corian counters in galley, aft cabin and head
Tiled sole in head compartment
Bright varnished cabin sole (2012)
Accord drop down shades for all ports
Oceanair shades/screens for all hatches
Raymarine E80 Radar/Chartplotter at helm in Navpod
Raymarine Radome on mast
Raymarine ST60+ speed-wind-depth over companionway
Raymarine ST6001G Autopilot w/ controls on cockpit coaming
ICOM M502 VHF Radio
ICOM Remote full-function mic at helm
Sharp flat-screen LCD TV w/ DVD player on fold up swiveling bracket
Clarion CD/AM/FM stereo w/ (4) speakers (main salon and cockpit)
Marine Air 16,000 BTU reverse cycle AC/heat
Xantrex 20 inverter/charger
Link 1000 battery monitor
Balmar alternator upgrade
Microwave oven in galley
(3) Hella two speed cabin fans
(2) Shore power inlets and cords
(5) Lifeline AGM house batteries
(1) Lifeline AGM engine start battery
Mechanical and Plumbing
New 2007 Yanmar diesel installed in 2008
Anti-back flow valve and upgraded vented loop (2008)
Maxprop 3-blade feathering propellor
Additional Plate for 12V DC Sea Frost refrigeration
Lewmar V2 Windlass with rope/chain gypsy
Tank Watch 4 system for holding tank
Hot & Cold cockpit shower
Jabsco Quiet Flush electric fresh water head
Sails and Rigging
Doyle mainsail w/ (2) reefs (2005)
Doyle 135% furling genoa w/ sunshield (2005)
Doyle mainsail cover (2005)
Dutchman 3-line mainsail control system (2005)
Hall aluminum mast and boom (white Awlgrip)
MPS/spinnaker halyard to stopper on mast
Lewmar electric main halyard winch
Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster
Hall QuikVang led aft
Antal HS Mainsail Slide System w/5 Cars
Harken Mark III headsail furling system
Hull and Deck
Vacuum-bagged, Divinycell-cored structure hand laminated with structural E-glass. Outer layers use vinylester resins for waterproofness. Sleek inward turning hull to deck joint with integral 2 1/4" high teak toe rail, secured with 3M 5200 sealant and stainless steel through bolts. Bulkheads, berth faces, shelves, and floor stringers are all bonded to the hull and each other to provide additional structural reinforceemnt and the super solid feel Sabre is renowned for.
Inboard and outboard genoa tracks; inboard tracks are recessed into the deck tooling. Custom integrated stainless steel deck hardware includes mast collar, bow roller, chocks (bow, stern, and mid-ships), opening ports, and companionway handrail.
Dark hull color: Flag Blue (Painted 2013)
Boottop stripes: Sabre White (2013)
Cove stripe: Gold (2013)
Interlux 2000 epoxy barrier coat (6 coats-2005)
Deck Color: Sabre White
Contrasting non-skid color: Beige
Shallow draft bulb/wing keel
Teak bang rail on topsides w/ stainless steel cap
Thurston dodger w/ leather grab bar, stanchions, 30-gauge glass (Linen-2005)
Thurston full bimini w/ connector to dodger (Linen-2005)
Thurston zip-on fly (Linen-2005)
Cockpit cushions for all seating areas (2005)
Zodiac FR 310 (2005)
Johnson 8 HP 2-stroke outboard engine (2005)
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.