In spring this year, Imagine had a five-year class survey, which amongst other work, included: engine servicing, navigation equipment upgrades, and replacements to the four hydraulic rams for the stabilisers and the bow thruster leg gear.
Commenting on the condition of the yacht, Frank Grzeszczak, the listing broker at IYC, said, “It has never been chartered. If you go in the boat right now, you won’t find one scratch anywhere. It is boat show ready every day and has an immaculate engine room; the entire boat is immaculate.”
She has an aluminium hull and superstructure, and is powered by two Caterpillar 3512B 2,250hp engines allowing her to reach a maximum speed of 20 knots. She is currently making her way to Fort Lauderdale and will be in New York next week, before making her way up the north-east coast.
IYC has also just listed 29.7m Christianna, which was built by Picchiottii SPA in 1987. She is listed for sale at €1.25 million.
Year of build: 2010
CA: IYC and Merle Wood & Associates
Asking Price: $22,900,000
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