Panda, a Sabre 426, is a Jim Taylor design, which guarantees comfortable cruising and competitive performance. This one owner yacht is exceptionally equipped and options and upgrades include:
Black Awlgripped Hull
Recent Garmin Chartplotter/Radar
Optional Two-head Layout
Leisure Furl Main
New North Main
Electric halyard winch led aft
Cabin sole and companionway recently sanded and varnished
Rigging X-Rayed 2019
4-man inflatable dinghy with a new (never used) 6 HP Mercury 4 cycle outboard
Panda has been pampered and maintained by a very knowledgeable yachting couple. Panda is being reluctantly offered for sale as the current owners are moving to power. As hull #59, Panda is one of the last sailboats that Sabre manufactured.
Call Diana McCabe for showing instructions and additional information, 203-247-7808.
Please contact Diana McCabe at 203-838-4523
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
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: 60 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 6 in
6'6" headroom in main and aft areas, with 6'4" headroom in forward cabin
Forward cabin has a 6'10" long berth
Main cabin has (2) 6' 6" settee berths, port side converts to double.
Aft-cabin with 6'10" long, full width double berth
Ample drawers in cabins galley and main salon. Drawer boxes are Maple and have dovetailed corners.
Flat panel passageway doors
Large, cedar lined hanging lockers in forward and aft cabins.
Optimized area for instrument installation, storage locker space and panel arrangement at the chart table.
Locker doors are louvered.
Down the companionway stairs from the cockpit is the main cabin. The large U-shaped galley is to starboard and to port is the optional second head and entrance to the guest cabin. Forward of the head is the aft-facing nav station at the aft end of the L-shaped settee. The hinged dining table is bulkhead mounted at the forward end of the settee. Opposite and forward of the galley is another L-shaped settee which runs the length of the cabin, and seats seven. A flat screen TV is mounted on the forward bulkhead.
At the forward end of the main cabin is the entrance to the master stateroom and en-suite head and stall shower. There is abundant locker and drawer storage, as well as light and ventilation provided by overhead hatches and opening ports.
The teak and holly sole thought the boat has been sanded and varnished, restoring its new boat look. The interior furniture and bulkheads are a lustrous cherry, while the ceilings are maple strips, and the overhead paneling a bright white. Optional Accord shades are on all port lights and opening ports. Cantalupi lights are through the interior.
Fully equipped Sabre Tool Drawer
Cockpit locker and hanging locker lights
4 type A: B: C fire extinguishers
Activated carbon water filter on FW system
Marelon flush through hulls with sea valves
Seafrost fridge and freezer with two lids and front opening door
Propane Force 10 stove with oven
Automatic electric bilge pump
Manual, cockpit mounted bilge pump
Laminated trim on counter tops and shelving
Ash hull ceilings
The U-shaped galley is to starboard at the foot of the companionway. The double s/s sink in forward and inboard, the propane stove is outboard, and the double-doors refrigeration and freezer along the aft bulkhead. Abundant storage and drawers.
Electronics and Electrical System
Four 12-volt 110 amp group 31 deep cycle marine batteries
110V shore power system with GFI protected in galley and head. Includes 30 amp shorepower cord
Fresh water pump
Tank Watch System for heads
Macerator pump for holding tank
Master AC/DC panels, located in the navigation area, include AC/DC volt and ammeters, marine circuit breakers, and polarity indicator.
All wiring is color coded and tinned and meets USCG standards
Sea Frost 12v refrigeration unit in galley
Interior lighting by Cantalupi
Hella Fans (3)
Toshiba TV and DVD player in salon
Garmin Chartplotter/Radar (2017)
Raymarine Auto Pilot
Raymarine Tridata and Apparent Wind Indicator
Raymarine Depth, Wind, Speed in an electronics pod over companionway
At Nav Station:
Icom VHF and AIS with repeater mic at helm
CD, AM, FM Stereo Player and 4 speakers
Xantrex Battery monitor/controls
Engine and Related Mechanical
Yanmar 56 HP with approximately 800 hrs
Max Prop Feathering Three Bladed Prop
12-volt 120 amp alternator
60 gallon custom aluminum fuel tank, vented and grounded
Racor fuel filter/water separator.
Engine oil drip pan
Flexible four point engine mount system to minimize vibration and noise
Complete engine access provided by sound and heat insulated removable panels.
Tachometer, hour meter, volt, oil, and temperature gauges are recessed in cockpit face
Fuel gauge mounted at nav station
1 3/8" Aquamet prop shaft passes through a glassed in log,
PSS dripless shaft seal with bronze strut and three blade sailor propeller
Hull and Deck
Black Awlgrip over gelcoat
Gold cove stripe and white Awlgripped boot stripe
Teak bang rail with s/s cap
Step transom with laid teak
Double bow roller
Delta 44 lb anchor, 75' chain, 200' rode
Lemmar windlass (2020)
Double s/s bow pulpit and transom rails
Fresh water wash down in forward locker
Side boarding gates
Chrome cowl vents
Large light gray dodger, and helm cover
T shaped cockpit with large Edson wheel and offset pedestal guard
Instrument pod at helm and over companionway
Portside cockpit hatch under hinged port seat (for aft stateroom)
Radar post mounted aft port
Dinghy outboard lift mounted to port on radar post
Dinghy motor mount on aft rail
Hot/cold transom shower
Edson folding cockpit table
Varnished teak coaming caps
Varnished teak toe rails
Cockpit cushions: Gray with black piping
Lines led aft to cabin top
Primaries: 58 ST Lewmar
Lewmar Electric ST 48 main halyard, main sheet, spin halyard, main roller furling (starboard port cabin top)
Lewmar 48 ST (port cabin top) halyard, topping lift, vang, roller furling and traveler lines led aft.
Inboard and outboard genoa tracks
Hall Spar mast head rigged Aluminum mast
Tides Strong sail track on mast
Leisure Furl boom furling system
Harken MK111 roller furling
Triple, airfoil spreader
Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster
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
Quik Vang and Preventer
Spinnaker halyard led aft
Working Sail Area : 920.00 sq ft
I : 56.33 ft J : 16.50 ft P : 49.33 ft E : 17.42 ft
Leisure Furl main furling system
New North mainsail (2020)
155% Genoa, 4.5 oz
Keel Type: Wing
Ballast: 8650 lb
Displacement: 24500 sq ft
Max Draft: 5.2 ft
Cast in lead with antimony added for strength. Keel is through bolted to sump with stainless steel bolts and bronze nuts.
Bulkheads, berth faces, shelves and floor stringers laminated to hull to provide additional structural reinforcement
Vacuum bagged, Divinycell cored structure hand laminated with structural E glass
IOS NPG gelcoat
Inward turning deck to hull joint with integral teak toe rail
Deck is fastened to the hull using stainless steel through bolts
3M 5200 Polyurethane sealant used in hull/deck joints
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.