Sabre Yachts has built some of the most well-appointed performance cruisers, and the 426 is one of its best. Superb joinery, quality sailing gear and Jim Taylor’s solid design set the Sabre 426 apart from many of today’s production boats. The interior design creates a straightforward, comfortable two-couple cruising layout while the moderate proportions and ample sail area provide good performance even in light winds. Taylor has designed several cruiser-racers and all-out racers in this size range and it shows in the 426’s sailing performance.
Amagansett came to the West Coast in 2016 from her home in Maine where she spent the winters in a heated indoor facility. Well fitted out originally, Amagansett has been pampered here in the Pacific Northwest and lavished with new equipment and upgrades, including new North sails, new canvas (including dodger) and a bow thruster. Her flag blue topsides and beautifully crafted solid woodwork convey Amagansett’s high-quality feel.
•New North Sails
•New Brookes and Gatehouse Instruments and Chartplotter
•New Bow Thruster
•Electric Halyard Winch
•675 Engine Hours
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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 evident than in the main salon. The bulkhead-mounted table is a great solution for the challenge of providing an open, airy feel while still allowing a large dining table at mealtimes. For entertaining, or for simply relaxing at the end of an exhilarating day on the water, the two L-shaped settees offer ample seating. Fold down the table for comfortable seating for six. The portside settee converts to a double berth.
Storage is plentiful both above and outboard of the settees. Woodworking details found aboard the 426 are sure to please the most discriminating buyer.
The U-shaped galley is very functional and conveniently located to starboard at the base of the companionway. 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, close 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 can choose between the forward and aft staterooms. Both are spacious and comfortable with ample storage. The forward cabin is well ventilated with opening ports and an opening hatch. The vee berth is enhanced with step-up access. The aft cabin is also 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 personal effects.
Amagansett’s head compartment, with ceramic tiled floor and spacious separate shower stall is well equipped, functional, 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 complete the system.
The custom chart table arrangement is set up for a variety of electronics. The inboard end of the chart table hinges open for chart and accessory storage, while 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.
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 reinforcement and the super solid feel Sabre is renowned for. There is no crazing or cracking in the gelcoat.
Amagansett features highest quality current Brookes and Gatehouse instrumentation at both the helm and nav station.
(2) B&G Zeus 2 12-inch chartplotter (2017)
(3) B&G Triton 2 sailing instruments (2017)
Simrad Nac3 autopilot, compass, wifi
B&G Autopilot controller
B&G 3g digital radar
Raymarine speed/temp transducer
ICOM M506.11 VHF radio with command mic (2017)
Clarion AM/FM/CD stereo w/(4) speakers
On deck, there are both inboard and outboard genoa tracks with the 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), (10) opening ports, and companionway handrail.
Forespar Marelon through-hulls
Edson teak cockpit table
Edson model 402 destroyer steering wheel (padded leather)
Ritchie SP-5 compass in stainless steel binnacle on pedestal
Shallow draft bulb/wing keel
Kato custom stern davits for dinghy (2014)
Telescoping stainless steel boarding ladder on swim platform
Bottom painted 2018
Topsides painted Flag Blue with Awlgrip in July 2014
(2) Chrome Dorade vents.
(6) Mooring cleats
New dodger (2019)
Sunbrella sail cover (2017)
Wheel and winch covers
Amagansett is first and foremost a good sailing boat, and has the rigging and gear to realize that. From the electric halyard winch to the new North inventory, she’s a joy to sail.
Hall Spars triple spreader aluminum mast and boom
Navtec rod rigging
Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster
Hall Quick Vang led aft
46 ECST (electric) for main halyard, spin halyard, and main sheet
46 CST for jib halyard, reefing lines
(2) 58 CST primaries for genoa sheets
Harken roller furling
North Sails Tour Xi09 130% Genoa (2017)
North Sails Full Batten Main (2017)
Tides Marine sail track on mast
Maine Sailing Partners spinnaker with launching/dousing sock (2013)
Spinnaker halyard led aft to stopper
Cunningham led aft
(2) Folding steps on mast
Burgee halyard to spreader
Flag halyard to masthead
Harken adjustable genoa lead track and cars (2017)
Harken Traveler cars (2017)
New Main Halyard - Samson MLX w/ Tylaska H8 Halyard Shackle (2018)
Stainless lifelines (2017)
Bow Thruster – Side-Power SE100 (2016)
Seafrost engine driven refrigeration
Espar hydronic diesel heating system
Fresh water anchor washdown system
Saltwater anchor washdown system
Shorewater inlet for dockside pressure water
Lewmar V3 electric anchor windlass
Racor fuel filter/water separator for main engine
Single lever (throttle/transmission) engine control
MaxProp feathering 3 blade propellor
PSS driples shaft seal
Line cutting Spurrs on prop shaft
Jabsco Quiet Flush electric head
Macerator pump for head
Tankwatch 4 level indicator for holding tank
Hot and Cold Cockpit shower
Xantrex Freedom 25 2500 watt inverter/charger
Xantrex battery monitor
(3) Hella two speed cabin fans
100 AH Balmar alternator
Balmar Multi-stage regulator
(4) Lifeline AGM 130AH house batteries
110 Volt shore power inlets and cords
12 Volt outlet at chart table
12 volt outlet at helm
I : 56.33 ft
J : 16.50 ft
P : 49.33 ft
E : 17.42 ft
Working Sail Area : 920.00 sq ft
- Hall Spar mast head rigged Aluminum mast and boom with white Awlgrip finish
- Triple, airfoil spreaders
- Pre-wired with radio cable
- Stainless steel chainplates thru-bolted to chainplate bulkheads which are bonded to the hull. Chainplates grounded to the keel.
- Standing rigging is Navtec rod
- All running rigging is color coded
AB 9' dinghy with ultralight aluminum floor (2014)
Yamaha 6 hp 4-stroke outboard engine (2014)
The Sabre 426 embraces the standards which have put Sabre's name atop the quality spectrum of boatbuilding for the last 30 years. Current Sabre owners and those who have followed the brand over time, will see details here which make it feel familiar. Details which make sense, which add to comfort, security and well being. Logical details that, above all, make each Sabre design a great safe and beautiful sailboat. But details from the past are just part of the story. Keeping up with technology has to go hand in hand with our desire to build the finest possible sailing yachts for our clients. The Sabre 426 hull and deck will be built using vacuum bagged, closed cell, cross linked PVC foam and structural E Glass, which will give her one of the strongest, lightest, most durable structures available today. Hull lines, underwater appendages and rigs were drawn by Jim Taylor Yacht Design. The deck, deck styling and interior were accomplished by the Sabre Design Team. The result is a yacht which will, like her siblings, establish a benchmark in sailing that will endure for many years to come.