Elegant and forceful, the new model in the Invictus GT Yacht series will debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival, Sept. 6 through 11, 2016. A new reference point in the construction of luxury pleasure craft, Invictus is intent on conveying a deep sense of style, personalized by the long list of options allowed by “Atelier Invictus.”
Defined by the distinctive reverse bow, the 11.4-meter model has a beam of 3.5 meters, and 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 features posh sunbathing areas, fully equipped galley, and cabin with separate bath.
Rich detailing and ergonomic design complement innovative materials, providing a luxurious ride on board a stylish yacht, with collaboration from Cristian Grande DesignWorks. The series offers different lengths, customizable equipment and accessories, and the option to select inboard-outboard diesel and gasoline propulsion. Four sophisticated color choices offer Personal White, Attack Grey, Vanilla Sea, and Dark Wood to further personalize the vessel.
Invictus Yachts was launched with the intent to meet a challenge, delivering a new reference point for pleasure yachting. From their headquarters in Borgia, Italy, the company designs unique boats with superior craftsmanship that exhibit a passion for the sea, for technology, and for design.