Invictus is among the largest yachts ever built in the United States. Delivered in 2013 by Delta Marine, her LOA is 214’9” , with a beam of 42’10” (13.1 meters). To put this into further perspective, consider that Invictus has a gross tonnage of 1,945. That translates to incredibly voluminous spaces throughout the megayacht.
Her incredible beam and extensive volume allow her interiors to boast high ceilings and expansive rooms, accentuated by her floor-to-ceiling hull side windows. She truly is a masterpiece with a flowing profile of stylish lines and elegant curves.
Onboard, Invictus boasts a grand piano in the main salon, an expandable dining table for up to 20 guests on the upper-deck framed by rounded sliding glass doors, an on-deck gym with wonderful views, and a fold-out beach club at water level. She also carries a custom 28-foot Comitti tender as well as featuring Quantum zero-speed stabilizers and a cinema with raised stadium seating.
Diane Johnson Design created a spacious and stylish interior, perfect for family cruising. Combining both traditional and contemporary influences, Invictus creates a calm, sophisticated atmosphere that still manages to be warm and hospitable. Her magnificent hallways and cosy lounge areas feature a blend of exotic woods, elaborate finishes, bespoke Lalique glasswork and unusual Italian marbles, while the master suite features breath-taking 180 degree views.
Invictus is a balanced blend of old and new. Warm yet sophisticated, she has a familiar feel to her yet she is completely unique. Her decks flow elegantly from the fold-down beach cabana at the stern to the inspiring sundeck that holds a hot tub, bar and a number of areas for dining or relaxing.
Exterior: Delta Design Group
Interior Diane Johnson Design
Available to view at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show 2021, Invictus is asking $100,000,000.