The Boat – (S.V. Imagine) Catalina 400 mark II
Sail the Kailua-Kona Hawaii coast in style aboard “Imagine” a beautiful 40′ Catalina Ocean Series cruising yacht from the aft swim-step into the large cockpit with Bimini shade over helm station. Below deck is spacious salon with dinette, galley and nav station. There are forward and aft cabins with heads (shower, lavatory & marine toilet). The Catalina 400 mark II incorporates all of Catalina Yacht’s 5 series hallmark features: a functional, spacious cockpit, a comfortable, carefully detailed interior, and all the features that have redefined the Catalina brand and made it one of the top ranked sailing yachts worldwide.
Big Island Sailing Tours in Style!
The deck includes twin helms on performance pedestals with per-stretched cables. The hull features large fixed ports recessed into the hull for lots of light and visibility. Jib sheets are lead to the cockpit for efficient short-handed sailing. The forward v-berth cabin features spacious headroom, a large double mattress and private head. The aft cabin is is equipped with a queen size berth, ample storage and private head.
The Catalina 400 mark II boasts a new deck design. Under sail, the twin steering stations offer the helmsman perfect perspective. New and upgraded features for the 400 mark II include larger engine, steering and mechanical systems, upgraded interior finishes and detailing. The spacious master cabin has twin hanging lockers, abundant storage and center line double berth. Varnished teak, ash, and coordinated fabrics compliment the custom counter tops and durable textured overhead. The 400 is carefully engineered with fiberglass sub-sole structural grid and well planned electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems.
Experience the Island of Hawaii on a Sailing Tour!
Catalina Yachts has always known the secret to success in the sailboat market: build comfortable boats that sail well, look nice and are affordable. The simple formula was developed when Catalina built primarily small boats, beginning with the now legendary Catalina 22 in 1970. Unlike other builders who abandoned their roots when they turned to producing larger boats, Catalina remained true to its philosophy.
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