The Kent boatbuilder has delivered its first 29-footer in the Invicta range, which was designed and produced in-house
Cory Yachts has delivered its first Invicta 295, which expands its wheelhouse cruiser range up to 29-foot.
The Kent-based boat maker is building on the success of the Invicta 245 with this new design, which was produced in-house.
Powered by a 350hp Nanni shaft-drive diesel, the Invicta 295 is capable of a 20-knot cruising speed.
The first model will be used as an offshore fishing vessel in Scotland; while the second to be produced is heading off from the Netherlands on an extended Baltic cruise, proving the model’s versatility.
Below decks, a two-cabin layout offers accommodation for four, while custom options include boarding access for a wheelchair.
The sidewalk deck with high bulwarks and side boarding gate make for easy access for all crew members.
What’s more, the 700-litre fuel tank and 2.2L/nm consumption make this a practical choice for long-distance cruising.
To see footage of the Invicta 295 on the water, click on the video below: