Invictus Yacht will find out at Boot Düsseldorf if the 370 GT has won its category in the European Powerboat of the Year 2017 award.
The 11.4-metre 370 GT from Invictus Yacht had its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.
Now, it has been nominated for the European Powerboat of the Year 2017 in the category 11 to 14 metres.
The winner of the award will be announced at Boot Düsseldorf in January.
To coincide with the announcement, Invictus Yacht has released new photos of the powerboat.
The 370 GT comes with a number of unique features not typical in a boat of this size, including a submersible stern deck.
It has a characteristic reverse bow, with lateral windows integrated into the hull.
Down below, there are two large cabins and a compact kitchen with sink, refrigerator and ice maker.
The deck layout features the helm and navigation station, fitted out with three oversized chairs. An opening side platform to port also increases the space on board.
The central area of the deck has an extendable table and “L” shaped sofa with fully reclining backrests that transforms the entire area into a sunbathing zone.
The 370 GT will be available in an open version with a bimini top that electrically folds away, or in the hardtop version, which covers both the helm and after dinette.
Shade can also be found under a perforated awning, which can be set up to partially cover the deck.
Owners also have a choice of inboard-outboard diesel engines: twin Volvo 300 hp or 370 hp Mercruisers.
The new 370 GT has been designed by the innovative Italian designer, Christian Grande.
It features a distinctive reverse bow, a typical feature of Invictus Yacht’s GT series.
At 11.4 metres in length and with a maximum beam of 3.5 metres, the motor yacht has a few extras not typical in a vessel of this size.
These include a retractable lateral waterfront terrace and a submersible gangway.
See pictures of the new 370 GT below
Like the rest of the GT series, the 370 GT has spacious sunbathing areas, a fully equipped external galley and a cabin with twin berths. There is also a separate bathroom.
On deck, it can carry up to 10 passengers.
It comes with two engine options.
Customers can choose between two 300 hp diesel Volvo Penta D4’s for a top speed of 38 knots or two 370 hp Mercruiser 4.20 V8’s. The latter will give a top speed of 43 knots.
The sleek design of the vessel is emphasised by the continuous windows on the sides.
It will be available in four colour schemes: a classic “Personal White”, the more aggressive “Attack Grey”, the delicate metallic “Vanilla Sea” and the sophisticated “Dark Wood”.
The Italian shipyard will debut its flagship model at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival from 6-11 September.
Invictus Yacht has a long collaboration with the Christian Grande DesignWorks studios.
The award winning designer is responsible for the company’s 280 GT, 280 TT, FX series and the 280 SX.