Invictus Yacht from Italy is making its debut in the U.S. with its new, striking-looking GT 370 at the Miami boat show, starting February 13. Powered by twin 370-hp MerCruiser sterndrives, the Invictus GT 370 has a cruising speed of 26 knots, and a top speed of 43 knots.
With its factory in Borgia, Invictus first appeared on the European market in 2016. Since then, the company has grown rapidly, largely because of its attention to detail, individual styling, and semi-custom approach to each boat. The line now runs from 28 to 37 feet, and they all offer the company’s “Atelier experience,” where owners can customize many of the details of their boats, including upholstery, colors, fabrics, paint and decks. On the 37, they also can choose various configurations for the accommodations deck.
All Invictus yachts are designed by Christian Grande, who has won Italian and international awards for his often out-of-the-box thinking. Invictus GT yachts all have what the company calls a signature “half-reverse” bow, and they come in iconic Invictus colors, such as Vanilla Sea with Cognac cushions.
The 37’s entire sundeck is a large, luxurious sun pad, while the helm console has three seats, protected by a hardtop; the helm is offset to starboard. A settee fits across the transom, with more seating to starboard. A walkway to the large, hydraulic swim platform is to port.
Below, owners can mix and max for the number of cabins and seating areas, but the master always remains amidships. One choice has the master with two berths, then, moving forward, the dinette is to port and the head is to starboard, with a large seating/lounging area in the bow. The master also comes with just one berth. Another configuration offers a second, VIP cabin forward, in lieu of the extra dinette seating.
Standard power on the Invictus GT 370 is twin 300-hp Volvo Penta sterndrives; the 370-hp MerCruisers are an upgrade.
Specs.: LOA: 37’4”; Beam: 11’4”; Draft: 3’0”; Disp.: 15,212 lbs.; Fuel: 237 gals.; Water: 48 gals.; Power: 2×300-hp Volvo Penta D4 sterndrives; optional: 2×370-hp MerCruiser V8 sterndrives.