The Invictus GT 320 premiered this month at the Cannes Yachting Festival, creating an option between the 280 and 370 in the builder’s lineup. Invictus says the GT 320 combines the smaller model’s maneuverability with the larger living spaces of the line’s flagship.
Invictus designed the cockpit for relaxation on the hook, with an L-shaped dinette, a fridge, an ice maker, a grill and a sink. (All the cooking equipment tucks into a cabinet with doors.) A sun canopy is standard, and a carbon hard top is an option.
At the helm are seats for the skipper and mate, with sun pads for guests at the bow.
“We realized Invictus owners and their guests appreciate convivial life on board,” designer Christian Grande stated in a press release. “For this reason, I have given a new interpretation to the spaces in the deck area, expanding the cockpit by moving the steering gear slightly to the bow. This solution allowed me to obtain considerably more space, which impresses you as soon as you board the Invictus GT 320. In the bow, the presence of a backrest against the bow section of the console creates a true chaise longue. This results in a voluminous, balanced external layout that is great to be in.”
Belowdecks are a dinette, a double bed and a head. Colors are customizable.
What are the power options? Single and double sterndrive engines are available to a maximum horsepower of 860.