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SPECIFICATIONS

   Details: 


Length: 40'7"   Beam: 23'3"   Draft: 3'11"   Year: 2006 

Mainsail: Fully battened with stack pack (new 2014), 603 sq. ft. (new 2014)

Genoa: With roller furling, 409 sq. ft.  (new 2014)

Standing rigging: Shrouds and forestay replaced in 2014.

Mast Clearance: 60'

Engines: Two 39 Hp Yanmar diesels (one new 2014)

Fuel capacity:  2 x 26 US Gallons

Tender: 10" Achilles inflatable RIB dinghy (new 2016) with 15 Hp Yamaha outboard (new 2015).

Shore Power: The 50 Amp supply offers 220V electric outlets and battery charging. Travel hair dryers will work.

Electrical: 300 Amp hour (300Ah usable) lithium ion (LiFePO) battery bank  (new 2016) charged by engines with 100A alternator and 200W solar panels (new 2016) with MPPT controller (new 2016). 

Inverter: The inverter supplies a 220V outlet which can be used for charging phones, laptops, tablets, playing DVDs and other household electric devices up to 350W. Sorry, no hair dryers.

Water tanks: 2 x 100 US Gallons.

Holding tanks: Four, one for each head.

Cabins: 4 doubles, each with private en-suite head.

Heads/Showers: Hot & cold water for showers, galley and the transom shower. We provide hand soap, towels and tee pee.

Navigation: GPS/chart plotter, paper charts, manual navigation tools and Cruising Guide.

Instruments: Wind, speed, depth at helm, autopilot  and magnetic compass.

Communications and Entertainment: VHF radio, DeLorme InReach Satellite Communicator, Stereo Sound System with outside speakers, connects to iPod, iPhone, Android,  has auxiliary input jack and AM/FM radio (all new 2014), 6 USB phone charging outlets.

Safety: 16 PFDs, Flares, first aid kits, vessel has positive buoyancy.

Anchoring/docking: Two large anchors, electric windlass, chain and rope rode, fenders and dock lines.

Comfort: Bimini (new 2014), transom hot/cold shower,  6 fans, cabin screens, swim ladder,  hammock, 2 Windscoops, cockpit cushions (new 2016), 2 fishing poles with lures and 4 sets of masks & snorkels.

Galley: Fully equipped with 2 burner gas stove and oven (2014), fridge, freezer, kitchenware, french press coffee maker, percolator coffee pot, salt & pepper, olive oil, paper towels. Propane barbecue grill (new 2015).

Consumables: Hand soap, dish detergent, towels, linens, blankets and pillows.

Click here for even more details: Vessel Operations Manual (Download PDF below)

   Highlights:


There is lots of exterior deck space and room for ten in the cockpit. She's easy to sail, even when the wind pipes up. The light and well ventilated interior is very spacious. The double cabins really have room for two people each. The salon has vertical windows all around that gives more room, more headroom, and less heat from the sun. This all adds up to happy crew and guests. There is a double sink, two burner stove, two refrigerator/freezers and hot and cold running water. Imagine sleeps 8 in four double cabins plus the table in the salon converts for another two berths. There are four heads, each with a shower. There are lots of cabinets and storage cubbyholes. She is a lot like a waterfront condo with a new view at every anchorage and neighbors as close (or far) as you like.



Imagine has lots of electrical power with a 100 Amp alternator and 200 watts of solar panels. There are two dedicated cross connected starting batteries so you don't have to worry about starting the engines. The inverter supplies a 220V AC outlet underway for laptops, video players and other toys, there are also several 12V power outlets and a 110V inverter. Warm water for showers can be generated by running the starboard engine for a few minutes. Shore power is also available for connection at a dock which gives you additional  220V outlets in each cabin. There are two large water tanks so no worries about running out. 
The brand new sound system lets you connect your iPod/iPad/iPhone/Android device and play your favorite music as well as AM/FM radio, you can look the latter up on Wikipedia:).
After sailing Imagine, you might want to own one yourself and set sail for the islands.

Call 410-941-9463 for reservations and charter information or
email Jess@AnnapolisCatamaranCharters.com

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Jess Berndt,
Aug 5, 2015, 7:00 PM