Delta Marine launches 66-meter superyacht "Invictus"
American yard Delta Marine has successfully launched their latest yacht, the 66-meter "Invictus". She was built under the project name 'Invader' in steel and composite materials. Her aggressive build schedule pushed her to be launched by the first half of 2013.
Powered by twin Caterpillar 3516 main engines and carrying over 50,000 gallons of fuel, the yacht will have a 5,000 nautical mile range at 12-knots and a maximum speed of 16.8-knots. Quantum Zero Speed stabilizers will ensure a nice gentle ride both at anchor and underway. Her tender garage with side hull doors and overhead gantry cranes for deployment, will stow a RIB tender, jet skis and a custom 28’ Italian style launch.
The Delta Design Group is responsible for naval architecture, space planning and exterior styling. Project Management for the owner’s team has been handled by John Posgay of Even Keel Yacht Project Management. The yacht was built to Lloyd’s Register and LY2. Invictus’ interior, designed by Diane Johnson Design along with Johnson, Wen, Mulder & Associates is defined by large windows, high ceilings and grand foyers. The interior favors traditional classic yacht design with walnut burl
and crotch mahogany veneers
, raised paneling, beamed overheads, and fluted columns. Delivery of Invictus
should be soon in time for Summer. For more information:
1608 S. 96th St.
Seattle, WA 98108 Delta Marine
Photo by Kyle Stubbs