8 metres of sportiness and elegance. With a distinctly vertical stem and fluid lines. A high-performance hull and exclusive design. The E26 Classic with an inboard/outboard engine and the E26 Rider with an outboard engine: two 26 foot boats with unprecedented characteristics, versatile products and a unique design. Will you manage to fall in love with just one?


On the Rider, the bow deck comprises a lounge area with a floor on the same level as the cockpit. It can be easily and safely reached via an opening in the centre of the boat, even while the boat is moving. Two opposite facing sofas, on either wall, can be used either as seats or chaise-longues.

The distribution of the spaces flow harmoniously through the centre of the boat and the cockpit is the true heart of this yacht: an elegant, and surprisingly spacious, area with functional solutions that offers maximum freedom to those on board. In perfect symmetry, there are two large wall sofas facing each other, while the pilot and co-pilot have swivel chairs that can turn towards the sofas to create an extension of the entertainment area. To the left of the navigation area, there’s a small sink and restroom.


At the stern, the outboard engine is located between two decks: an elegant add-on used as a beach area, both facilitating access on board - which is safer and more practical- and access in and out of the water, assisted by a retractable ladder. Unlimited movement, unlimited freedom.


  • LENGTH OVERALL: 8,10 m / 26 ft 7 in approx.

    BEAM MAX: 2,49 m / 8 ft 2 in approx.

    DRY WEIGHT (WITHOUT ENGINE): 2 000 Kg / 4 409 lbs in approx

    DRY WEIGHT (WITH ENGINE 350 HP): 2 275 Kg / 5 015 lbs in approx

    DRAFT (INCL.PROPS): 0,8 m / 2 ft 7,5 inch in approx

Shepherds (Windermere) Ltd
The Marina
Bowness On Windermere
LA23 3JQ

Tel +44 (0) 015394 46004


Shepherds (Windermere) Ltd are acting as Brokers only. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.