Perfectly placed Invictus CX250

by Yachts Croatia

Extra comfort in less than 8 meters

The Invictus CX250 is a sterndrive model designed by Christian Grande and able to offer incredibly comfortable living space in only 7.75 meters of length, perfectly placed as an ideal alternative between the CX240 and the CX280. In common with the other CX range models, this vessel was conceived to concentrate lots of equipment with high level comfort and encase them all in a little space. The choice of a sterndrive, with a hull especially designed for it, allows for a spacious stern platform that excels in comfort while at anchor and at the same time makes it easy to come aboard from the dock. The reclining L shaped settee extends the sun bathing zone towards the cockpit. The control console is vertically developed, providing very precise control over the boat thanks to the carefully studied ergonomics common to the entire CX range.

Invictus 250CX

The hull shape guarantees a comfortable ride and takes full advantage of all the power developed by her 250hp sterndrive

The heart of the living zone is set amidships with a standup driver’s seat, easily transformable to complete the stern dinette and giving another seat to those who love to enjoy their boat with friends. Protection from the midday sun comes from the retractable awning that opens over the entire living area. Below deck is an open space with a corner washroom featuring a cabinet that holds the WC when not needed, while a very roomy cabinet to the left of the stairs guarantees ample storage space. You must not be distracted by the beauty of the finishings and fine detailing from the noteworthy seakeeping qualities of the hull, always easily driven and smooth riding even in rough water, able to carry up to 250hp outboards. The sterndrive option also throws out 250hp, driving the Invictus CX250 up to a top speed of 36 knots, with a comfortable cruising speed of 25 knots.

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