Codecasa motor yacht Invader now for sale with Denison
by Malcolm Maclean
The 50 metre tri-deck superyacht Invader has changed central agencies and is now listed for sale by Ken Denison at Denison Yacht Sales with a $2,500,000 price reduction.
Built in steel and aluminium by Italian yard Codecasa to Lloyd's class and MCA compliant, she was delivered in 1999. A stunning interior by Franco and Anna Della Role uses a blend of pear wood, sycamore and American cherry to great effect, accommodating up to 12 guests in six cabins. These consist of a main deck master suite, two doubles and two twins, all with marble en-suite bathroom facilities. The sixth cabin can also be used as an en-suite gym. In addition, there are quarters for 11 crew in six cabins aboard this yacht for sale.
The main deck saloon has comfortable sofas and coffee tables to port and starboard with a third table and sofa against the forward half wall acting as a divider from the dining area. The dining room features an oval burl top table with inlaid wood and 10 chairs, while the flooring is artistically executed with marble, inlaid onyx and carpeting.
Forward of the wheelhouse on the bridge deck is a Portuguese bridge and guest lounge area with a semicircular settee, a forward looking round table and four chairs. The wheelhouse has three helm seats, raised bench seating and access to the ship’s office to port. Next aft is the large skylounge which is actually the main saloon and entertaining area on this yacht for sale, with a fully equipped bar and four bar stools. There are two sitting areas, each with a sofa and upholstered chairs and coffee table.
Forward on the immense sundeck is a sun pad area followed by a large Jacuzzi to port opposite a bar with four bar stools and a teak table with four chairs, offering the ideal location for al fresco cocktails before going down to dinner.
Twin 2,200hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a range of 5,500 nautical miles and she is fitted with Vosper zero speed stabilisers.
Lying in Seattle, Washington, Invader is now asking $12.5 million.