The GT370S can be ordered with twin Yamaha 425 XTO outboard engines, for a total of 850 horsepower. The outboard engines mean the yacht no longer has a stern platform, but interior space that previously included the engine room becomes additional stowage.
Inside, owners can customize the two rooms. The stern room can be set up with one or two berths, and the bow room can be set up with a berth or with a sofa and table.
Up top, there are three seats at the helm, along with a foldable side lounging deck. For grabbing lunch on the hook, there’s a refrigerator, sink, ice maker and cabinets.
“The GT370S embodies the perfect balance between the more delicate and, possibly, more feminine grand tourer soul of Invictus, and the more dynamic and masculine spirit of a boat that wants to conquer with the speed and sound of its engines,” the builder stated in a press release.
Who designed the Invictus GT370S? Italian designer Christian Grande.
For more information, visit: invictusyacht.com