Her long journeys to the end of the world are a rich source of memories for many people from different cultures who have been guests on board, and have contributed in making Imagine a true travel boat with a great history.
Imagine the world.
Pick your paradise. Decide your Dates. Pay & Sail away.
She has been through both the Panama and the Suez canals three times, rounded Cape Horn, and crosses the Strait of Malacca, as well as passing through the Pillars of Hercules too many times to count.
“Imagine en croisière en Polynèsie.”
A half-page article in a Tahitian newspaper, already describing Imagine as a "traveller", a few short years after her launch.
A clipping from La Dépêche Côte Ouest.
"Imagine is a sailboat with a double soul: the spirit of an athlete, the style of an aesthete."
“Architecture on water.”
Profile, deck plan General Arrangements and another scale model of Imagine.
The yacht was launched in April of 1993, two years after Ed Dubois had started on the drawings.
Imagine there’s no limits.
"A 1993 Superyacht Society award certificate and early souvenir postcards of the yacht."
1993 International Superyacht Design Award.
Seeking out destinations of delight
"Imagine-like a great migrating bird-flew northward, Tahiti-bound from New Zealand late Autumn."
A clipping from "Style 1993 Winter" by Bruce Laybourn.
More than a creation.
Each route is unique and different in terms of adventure, culture, fun and exploration in order to satisfy the tastes of every type of traveller. So what kind of sailor are you?