The Invictus GT 370 sets an enviable standard in the tender sector in which beauty and elegance are matched by refinement and power.

Debuted at Cannes in 2016, the talking points for the GT 370 are not only the distinctive reverse bow but the exclusivity experience which is enhanced with continuous windows.

Cruising couldn’t come much more stylish or personalized, thanks to the options of the Invictus Atelier.

The 11.4-meter model is powered by either two 300 hp diesel Volvo Penta D4 engines, or two 370 hp Mercruiser 4.20 V8 engines, yielding a top speed of 43 knots.

The design carries twelve passengers and sunbathing areas, fully equipped galley, and a cabin with separate bath.

GT 370 hits the height of luxury with the customizable elements, such as a hydraulic platform and an opening side which converts into a waterfront terrace.

The tender, which was designed by Cristian Grande, is available in four colour options: Personal White, Attack Grey”, the delicate metallic Vanilla Sea and the sophisticated Dark

The carbon hardtop comes in black and has aluminium support to minimise weight and maximise strength. The gallery occupies the aft part of the driver’s seat, which can assume three positions on the forward side.

Rich detailing and ergonomic design complement innovative materials, providing a luxurious ride on board a stylish yacht

The series offers different lengths, customizable equipment and accessories, and the option to select inboard-outboard diesel and gasoline propulsion.