The second Dubois designed Imagine for the same owner, she was built by New Zealand's Alloy Yachts and delivered in 2010 with her most recent refit in 2020. She welcomes up to eight guests. From the raised saloon, steps lead aft to three of her four guest cabins. Furthest aft is the full-beam owner's suite with a vanity table to port and seating to starboard, both with hullports, an en suite aft, walk-in wardrobe and study. There is also a double suite and a twin plus a fourth bunk cabin forward of the lower deck saloon.
Inside the raised saloon, there is U-shaped seating to port, an inside helm station and navigation to starboard, and wraparound glass delivers panoramic views. She has been designed to keep the guest deck areas line-free and family friendly. There is a guest cockpit forward of the twin helm stations for open-air dining, sun lounging aft of the main traveller, two large winches to handle sheets for off-wind sails and al fresco seating.
Her carbon fibre mast and furling boom are by Southern Spars and she has Future Fibres' carbon fibre rigging, reducing weight aloft and pitching movement. Her hydraulic foresail furling gear is by Reckmann, her captive winches are custom-made by Alloy Yachts' in-house team and Furuno and B&G supplied her navigational electronics. Under power, her single 873hp Caterpillar diesel engine gives her a top speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 10 knots.
Imagine is asking €21,450,000 with VAT paid.