Invictus Yacht presented its full-model range from its X series and T series at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival.
The CX270 and the GT280S, an outboard configuration of the GT280, made global debuts. Other yachts on display included the CX250, the GT320, the GT370, the FX200 and the FX240.
At 26 feet LOA, the CX270 was designed with ergonomics in mind. Its stowaway anchor allows for extra space on the main deck. The hull and superstructure is fiberglass construction. A teak swim platform is optional.
There is a foredeck sun bed measuring 6.5 feet by 7 feet. Belowdecks is a cabin that fits a 5-foot, 10-inch by 4-foot, 11-inch berth. Salon headroom is 5 feet 10 inches. Power is single or twin outboards up to a total of 400 horsepower. The builder says top speed with a single 350 hp Suzuki outboard is 43 knots.
Also making its global debut was the GT280S, enhancing the original GT280 with two outboard engines that total 500 hp. It has a reverse bow like its “big sisters” of the range, the GT320 and the GT370, which are both equipped with sterndrive motors.
The 320 has a centrally located, L-shaped dinette facing an outdoor galley equipped with a fridge, an ice maker and a grill. Invictus Yacht’s GT370 has a stern cabin accommodating two single berths or one larger berth for a couple. A third berth can be placed in the forepeak.
Invictus Yacht’s outboard range was rounded off by its FX240 and FX200 models. The 240 is available in cruising and fishing options. Some options include a hardtop in either fiberglass or fabric, a livewell to replace the stern seating and removing the sun bed for more fishing space.
The CX240 can reach a reported top-end speed of 36 knots with a single Honda 250CV outboard. Cruising speed is reportedly 22 knots.
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