Invictus looks after her owner with a separate designated owner’s deck that houses a magnificent master suite featuring full-length windows on three sides to show off panoramic views, an office, lounge and a private ‘breakfast deck’. Forward is the owner’s secluded sunbathing spot.
On board Invictus entertainment is key, with a bar on every deck. Sit down to formal dining with 20 guests and enjoy 180-degree sliding glass doors, leading out to wonderful seating areas and a magnificent Lalique bar. When it’s time to party the sky lounge converts to a Parisian-style nightclub.
At sea level the transom opens to reveal a beach club and access to the watertoys and tenders. For those wanting a more conventional workout, there is also a fully equipped gym. The full-beam tender garage with port and starboard access is capable of housing two 8.2m (27ft) tenders. Invictus is wheelchair accessible and has an elevator linking all interior decks. The high-ceilinged main saloon is filled with light by picture windows flanking the sides of this elegant space. Next door the cinema recreates the full experience with tiered seating for 14 people, reclining armchairs and a huge screen.
On the top deck varied seating arrangements and sunbathing areas create a relaxed lounge around the glass-fronted jacuzzi. Under the hard top is a large sit-up bar for eight people, next to the outdoor dining table. It is no surprise that this yacht has won a raft of awards and recognition from the superyacht fraternity.
Invictus has twin-screw diesel engines that turn out an easy cruising speed 13.5 knots and top speed of 16 knots. At anchor the Quantum zero speed stabilisers act to mitigate any roll and discomfort. A successful charter yacht, managed by Burgess, INVICTUS has been well maintained by her original owner, with a complete repaint her most recent refurbishment.