Three Invictus models to debut at Sydney Boat Show

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The Invictus 280GT is recognized by its reverse bow.

The Invictus 280GT is recognized by its reverse bow.

Invictus Yachts will introduce three new models, the 280GT, the 280TT and the 240FX with its Australian distributor Sundance Marine at the Sydney Boat Show August 3-7.

“The Invictus range of boats has great potential in the Sydney market where the weather is normally milder and Sydney Harbor is home to an endless list of spectacular landmarks and sheltered bays,” said Sundance Marine Director David Beck in a statement. “We’re really excited to display the unique Invictus range at the Sydney Boat Show.”

The 280GT is designed with a reverse bow line that merges into the hullsides and allows for a longer waterline length and more interior space. The cabin windows and air intakes for the engines blend cleanly with those lines. The helm is protected by a wraparound windscreen and is equipped with full digital instrumentation including a video monitor.

The Invictus 280TT is the tender version of the boat.

The Invictus 280TT is the tender version of the boat.

Built on the same hull, the 280TT is designed as a maxi-yacht tender with a focus on flexibility, comfort and safety. A little different for a tender, the 280TT has a private head with a shower and dressing room.

Finally, the 240FX is an outboard-powered boat with a performance hull intended to cut through big seas. It’s offered in a cruising layout with a U-shaped settee and a folding awning and table for the foredeck. In place of the aft settee, the fishing version has an open cockpit and upper and lower rod holders. Additionally, every 240FX will come with a shoreside storage box.

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