The Delta Design Group developed INVICTUS, which was built by the shipyard, Delta Marine.
Delivered in 2013, she features award-winning interior design from Diane Johnson Design and Mulder Design.
The superior yacht offers the best luxury features and designs that are the epitome of the superyacht lifestyle.
INVICTUS is a leading entertainment vessel on the water for guests with its host of toys and luxury features.
|65.5 m (215 ft)
|12 in 6 cabins
|19 in 8 cabins
|Delta Design Team
|Diane Johnson Design
|US$ 100 million
|US$ 5-10 million
INVICTUS yacht interior
The interior features exotic dining options with breakfast on the sundeck or lunch by the pool and other relaxing spots spread across six expansive decks.
The sun deck is equipped with a barbecue, jacuzzi, and a range of sun loungers to make the most of the relaxation on the yacht.
The design elements are luxury at their finest, featuring exotic woods, rare Italian marbles, and Art Deco fixtures.
There are accommodations for 12 guests with eight individually designed guest cabins. The full-beam master suite with magnificent wrap-around windows and natural light is the best feature of the yacht.
A bar is on every deck, and a movie theatre provides a cinema experience for guests. A gym onboard allows guests to work out while on the yacht.
A spacious beach club offers easy access to a vast array of toys and water toys.
Toys include WaveRunners, a water slide, wakeboards, inflatable tows, and many more adventurous games to play on the water.
The yacht is wheelchair accessible thanks to the elevator linking the main, owners, and bridge deck.
Adding to the luxury experience is a Parisian nightclub-style sky lounge. The layout is spacious, luxurious, and has gorgeous appointments for guests to enjoy the best in superyacht luxury.
The full displacement hull is made from steel, and it features a GRP superstructure. She cuts an impressive figure on the water with her six decks and many luxurious features.
The INVICTUS yacht is a 66m superyacht, with a 13.1m beam and a 4.1m draft. She has a displacement of 1943 gross tons and is powered by twin Caterpillar engines.
She has a maximum of 17 knots and maintains a cruising speed of 16 knots.
She has an advanced stabilization system that reduces the rolling motion of the yacht while in the water, ensuring guests’ comfort levels while underway or at anchor.
The $100 million vessel has an annual running cost of $5-$10 million.