The highly anticipated outboard version of the famed Invictus Yacht model, known as the TT420S, is set to make waves at boot Düsseldorf. Following its initial debut last year and subsequent impressive reception, the Italian brand has chosen a new configuration, swapping the inboard-outboard propulsion for a triple Yamaha outboard engine setup, boasting a staggering total of over 1000 HP with each engine providing 350 HP. This change is facilitated by removing the central section of the swim platform.
A notable shift in this new rendition is the repurposing of the previously engine-occupied space into a versatile storage area for various water toys. Despite this alteration, one rare feature retained in this boat category is the dedicated garage, spacious enough to house a tender of up to 2.10 meters.
Renowned for its sleek design and performance-focused approach, the TT420S, conceptualized by Christian Grande, showcases the signature taut and essential lines characteristic of Invictus hulls. It draws inspiration from its predecessor, the award-winning TT460, with an emphasis on style and innovation. Notably, the elegant windshield seamlessly integrates into the carbon hardtop, adding a streamlined aesthetic while incorporating practicality with an unusual full glass windshield accompanied by wipers for enhanced navigation protection. Additionally, a front-opening system ensures efficient air circulation while anchored.
The deck layout, boasting a comfortable perimeter walkway shielded by elevated bulwarks, features a spacious bow sundeck that easily converts into a luxurious chaise longue. This area serves as an idyllic spot for relishing a leisurely cruise or indulging in a serene aperitif. Amidships, the expansive dinette, complemented by foldable tables, transforms into a generous relaxation space sheltered beneath the hardtop. Moreover, at the same level, optional collapsible side terraces offer an expanded onboard living area, fostering a seamless connection with the surrounding environment. This design breakthrough dissolves the boundaries between the vessel and its external surroundings, enhancing the overall onboard experience, particularly during meals and leisure moments.