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MS Invictus

The luxurious MS Invictus will make her maiden voyage in 2020. As a brand-new yacht-like cruiser, she’s built to the highest standards, with the latest and greatest state-of-the-art equipment. Every passenger will be able to enjoy an intimate sailing experience while exploring the best of the Croatian coast and the country’s gem-like islands.

M/S Invictus Overview

The MS Invictus offers an unforgettable small ship cruise experience with a maximum capacity of just 38 passengers to ensure an uncrowded and more personal trip with a friendly and knowledgeable, dedicated crew. She features 19 double/twin cabins across the main and lower decks, all of which provide the desirable amenities one would expect on a superior vessel like air conditioning and private facilities. Passengers will find plenty of places to relax in common areas too, like the lounge or outdoors on the huge sundeck with a hot tub and loungers.

Cabins

The 19 cabins on the MS Invictus range from 107- to 140-square-feet, providing plenty of room to stretch out and an abundance of storage space. All are well-appointed, air-conditioned, soundproofed and include private bathrooms. Lower deck cabins have portholes and main deck cabins come with windows, each feature a PA system for cruise director and captain announcements, a wardrobe, satellite television and safe. Bathrooms have hairdryers, toilets, sinks, showers and personal bath products. Safety gear like lifejackets, emergency lights and fire alarms are included too.

Facilities & Public Areas

When not out exploring or resting in your comfortable cabin, there are multiple common spaces to take advantage of. Facilities include a fully covered outdoor terrace with a sitting area, tables and chairs, a large sundeck with loungers and a rooftop Jacuzzi where you’ll be surrounded by jaw-dropping Adriatic views. There’s an air-conditioned restaurant with a bar area that has a big-screen TV and a swimming platform at the rear of the vessel that has ladders which dip into the sea for easy access during swim stops.

Dining

There’s an onboard chef while cruising on the MS Invictus, to ensure all of the half-board meals are freshly prepared, including many with local produce. Look forward to a buffet-style breakfast each day, three-course set lunches and some dinners, like the elaborate Captain’s Dinner. Every day there will be free fresh fruit, tea and coffee, and filtered water available. Other beverages like soda beer, wine and spirits can be purchased at the bar, payable at the end of the cruise.

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