Built with a steel hull and GRP superstructure by US yard Delta Marine to an in-house design, Invictus was delivered in 2013 and has had an outstanding charter career since. She offers an impressive 1,943GT – giving her an internal volume similar to that of much larger yacht – with room for a designated owner’s deck that contains a large master suite with full-length windows on three sides, an office, a lounge and a private breakfast deck with a secluded sunbathing spot.
Her interior features exotic woods, rare Italian marbles and Art Deco fixtures, while large picture windows throughout afford magnificent views. The owner's full beam master suite, with his and her bathrooms and study, has wrap-around windows looking over a private terrace and out to sea. Six individually designed guest cabins - four doubles and two twins - can be found on the main deck, plus two further double cabins on the lower deck.
On board Invictus entertainment is key, with a bar on every deck, a bespoke Lalique bar on the owner's level and a piano in the high-ceilinged main saloon. The movie theatre recreates the full cinema experience with raised stadium seating for 14 people, reclining armchairs and a huge screen.
A spacious beach club offers easy access to the yacht's vast inventory of tenders and water toys and, for those wanting a more conventional workout, there is also a fully equipped gym. She is wheelchair accessible and has an elevator linking the main, owner's and bridge decks. Powered by twin Caterpillar 3516 diesel engines and carrying over 50,000 gallons of fuel, the yacht for sale has a 6,000 nautical-mile range at 12 knots and a maximum speed of 17 knots. Quantum zero-speed stabilizers ensure a comfortable ride.
Invictus is now asking $94,000,000 and will be on display at the 2023 Monaco Yacht Show.