Invictus 370 GT: Yachting Chameleon
The Invictus Yacht 370 GT is a versatile creation for those who like an array of options.
While the Cannes Yachting Festival 2016 is now well and truly over, the debuts from the show are still making the news for various reasons, including this beauty, the Invictus 370 GT. The latest to catch our attention is from Invictus Yacht, which made its debut at the luxury yachting festival. The Italian shipyard, Invictus Yacht, is best known for creating small to medium recreational vessels and the Invictus 370 GT is no exception.
With a length of 11.4 meters, the yacht has now been nominated for the “European Power Boat of the Year 2017”. Fitted with the reverse bow that Invictus is known for, the yacht comes with ample space that can be customized to suit the needs of the owner. Below deck, the yacht hosts two large cabins that can be fitted with various amenities, such as a long settee and corner bar, to create a comfortable living area.
At the helm and navigation station are three oversized and inviting chairs that are able to seat the driver and two guests while a submersible stern deck stands out as a feature on the yacht. The feature is one that has been previously unseen on a yacht this size and is in addition to the standard accessories such as a mobile bar, stern settees and a compact kitchen.
Versatility is the name of the game with various versions available to owners. With the Open version, the Invictus 370 GT will come with a bimini top that folds electrically while the hardtop version comes with a cover for the helm and the after dinette. The yacht will be made available in four shades: Vanilla Sea, Attack Gray, Dark Wood and Personal White. Atelier Invictus is also on hand for clients who wish to add special requests for materials, colors and finishings.