Italian builder, Invictus Yachts, recently launched a new flagship in its four-model GT line, the 370 GT. The builder’s first model was the 280, and a 320 GT and 420 GT are in the works.
The 370 GT features an aggressive, low and masculine profile with a semi-reverse bow, adding to her tough-as-nails aesthetic. Christiane Grand designs all of the Invictus models.
She’s built for at-sea entertaining with L-shaped seating with table in the cockpit. Across from here is seating for a few more, and just forward is a triple-helm seat setup for the captain and guests to enjoy the wind in their hair.
For sun and fun on the hook, there’s a sun pad all the way aft and a full-beam (11’5”) teak swim platform. Have some more guests looking to catch some rays? There’s a second foredeck sun pad.
The 370 GT will most often be used as a daytripper, but she has overnight accommodations, including twin berths amidships with an island berth forward. An alternate layout replaces the forward berth with a benchseat and dining table. Both layouts include a single head. Hull-side windows should help brighten the belowdecks space.
In addition to layout choices, four hull-color options include vanilla sea, attack grey, dark wood and personal white.
Power for the Invictus 370 GT comes from either twin 300 hp Volvo Penta D4 diesels or two 370 hp Mercruiser 4.20 V8s, for a reported top speed of 43 knots. Cruise speed is reported to be 26 knots.