Whatever your occasion, what could be more memorable than luxury travel in the sunshine state of Florida? In particular, Miami will tick all the boxes and with over fifteen million visitors to Miami in 2015 it’s just the place for an unforgettable vacation. It’s about the whole package: the car, the accommodation and what you choose to do for fun and relaxation. Find yourself somewhere luxurious to stay and don’t forget to visit South Beach, allegedly the second sexiest beach in the world.
Justine is a 97 ft luxurious private charter yacht based in New York City. She hosts up to 12 guests for day and evening cruises, and can accommodate eight overnight in four staterooms. The yacht has an elegant and spacious main deck salon, full service bar, formal dining room, and fully equipped galley. There is an aft deck observation area and seating, upper deck outdoor area with lounge seating and 360 degree views, and spacious sun pad on the bow. Located throughout the yacht is a premier sound system with MP3 and microphone inputs, as well as satellite HDTVs. The interior was completely rebuilt in 2010 and is continually and meticulously updated.
Standard menus or custom catering available. Our chef coordinates closely with the crew and guests to provide the freshest ingredients and highest quality foods. Five Star dining and the ambiance of New York under the stars is a reality to be savored. Justine’s cuisine ranges from French/American to Latin Fusion. Specialties include butter-poached Maine lobster with roasted wild mushrooms, gnocchi and cucumber blossoms; honey-glazed duck with fig, radish and black currant; and Japanese Kobe filet with seared foie gras, spinach and Pinot Noir sauce.
Now Accepting Bitcoin?
Over the past few months Bitcoin has had an explosion in both value and awareness. From humble beginnings this crypto-currency is now valued at around $17k per coin. Imagine Lifestyles now accepting Bitcoin for all luxury & exotic car rentals, chauffeur services, and driving experiences. This form of payment allows you to have complete protection of your personal and financial information while sending payment quickly and easily online.
What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it. Bitcoins aren’t printed, like dollars or euros – they’re produced by people, and increasingly businesses, running computers all around the world, using software that solves mathematical problems. Many companies are now accepting Bitcoin, and Imagine Lifestyles is proud to be on the forefront of this new all-digital currency. Your bitcoin wallet is not connected to your personal financial information, which means that you can easily send online payments without fear of your financial information becoming compromised.
Arrive in style and save 20% off chauffeur service with Imagine Lifestyles through March 2018. You too can look like a celebrity with a private chauffeur for your next party, business meeting, wedding, or date night with Imagine Lifestyles. You will be the life of the party when you offer your friends a ride home in a luxury sedan.
Request your quote now! Services must be booked by December 10th 2017 to take advantage of this special offer, and the discount can only be applied to services scheduled for dates before March 30th 2018. Services after March 30th 2018 will not apply for this discount.This discount must be mentioned at the time of booking, and cannot be applied to existing reservations. Minimum reservation of 5 hours service, taxes and destination fees will apply.
We here at Imagine Lifestyles love to have a good time. That’s why we had to say yes when the opportunity came for us to put our cars on display at the 97.5 Fantasy Fest in Philadelphia. The Fantasy Fest was held on August 27th 2017 at Xfinity Live in Philadelphia, and brought together one of the biggest parties that venue has seen all year!
Take a look at our video recap!
Special thanks to Tom Messenger for his support creating this video: http://goo.gl/yy6wqz
What could be more fun than watching two of the worlds greatest supercars duke it out in a head to head all out race? The only thing that I can think of would be if the win was major upset. Last week we pitted the Lamborghini Huracan spyder against the BMW i8 hybrid in a drag race, and the photo finish showed a shocking result.
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Tis the season once again, and with it comes the annual analysis of the most expensive holiday gifts available! With much-loved publications like Harper’s Bazaar and the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book to thumb/click through, there is no shortage of staggering price tags and baubles to check out this year. Let’s take a look at some of the expensive fare we have seen thus far:
- A $3.2 million smackaroo couture dog collar by Amour Amour tipping the scale at a whopping 52 carats and laden with 1,600 individual sparklers.
- A pair of $230,000 solid gold ladies high heels, for the well-heeled types. Created by Christopher Michael Shellis, this pair features 2,200 diamonds but costs less than the dog collar.
- The $345,000 robot servant will be more adept to your adult needs but will cost far more than the child’s play versions. The minds at Hammacher Schlemmer claim the robot is controlled via a wireless remote while the operator enjoys the stationary life. Sadly, this is true.
- Experiences seem to be the popular route for the Neiman Marcus book this year, with some of the following offerings standing out: A $90,000 ride into the atmosphere in a pressurized space balloon from World Views, a $150,000 tour of Florence and Venice with Italian jewelry designer Ippolita Rostagno (for 4 guests over 7 days), and an $80,000 lunch and personal styling with legend Iris Apfel of the fashion industry (this one comes with a trunk brimming with accessories).
- The disappointment this year was the car selection for the Neiman Marcus book…a special-edition 50th anniversary Mustang convertible for $95,000. Yawn.
Photo courtesy of Neiman Marcus
If the price tags for these holiday gift ideas seem a touch decadent, you can always opt for a $300-$500 card from the Gilded Age instead…no, that is not a gift card—it is just a greeting card with some gold and bling that the recipient cannot even wear. Share your favorite extreme gift item for this year!
If you are lucky enough to own a Bugatti hypercar, it is entirely likely that a mere luxury yacht may not be exciting enough. To remedy this, there is a concept in the making that is being dubbed the “Bugatti of the sea”—the Palmer Johnson Bugatti yacht.
The Palmer Johnson Bugatti yacht will offer just a bit of size and, of course, that speed. The price range will be about the same as throwing down for a million-dollar Bugatti Veyron, but this one can swim. For the yacht concept, Bugatti teamed up with Palmer Johnson yacht builder. Let’s take a look at some of the preliminary specs for the project:
The Prancing Horse made it nearly impossible to become a proud parent of the fierce LaFerrari hybrid when it was born. Now it seems that at least one of the owners has a short attention span and is already willing to part with their LaFerrari. There have been others in the chosen 499, but this one stands out in the crowd based on asking price alone.
The Laferrari has proven that she looks good in any color–though the one for sale in this instance is black. Shown above in signature Ferrari red.
While discovering ditched exotic sports cars is not unheard of, an abandoned Bugatti Veyron certainly is. It seems a Veyron was simply left and forgotten somewhere in Russia, leaving much speculation about how the mighty beast met with such a fate.
Russia is filled with insane automotive tales, some involving brazen thefts and stunts, but an abandoned Bugatti Veyron? Ludacris! The photo above shows the grisly aftermath of the event. (Photo credit: Istvan Mera on Facebook).
The sticker on the Bugatti Veyron was reported to read “Autolehmann”, a very successful dealership in the area where the abandoned car was discovered. It is rumored that the Veyron was involved in an accident back in 2013, when it was rear-ended by an Aston Martin. But was it actually cheaper to just ditch the Veyron rather than repair it, and does the dealership actually have infinite amounts of money? The first issue that comes to mind would be insurance hassles and frustration, though it is not confirmed that it is the same vehicle.