164' (49.99m) CODECASA
LOA: 164' 0" (49.99m)
Beam: 31' 0" (9.45m)
Draft: Max 10' 1" (3.07m)
Tonnage: 608
Flag: Cayman Islands
Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Year: Mfg-1999 Model-1999
Motor Yacht
Staterooms: 6
Fuel Cap: 31,200 g (118,105 l)
Water Cap: 4,900 g (18,549 l)
Engines: 2200 HP, Twin, Diesel, Caterpillar
Cruising 14 knots
Max 18 knots
Price: $12,500,000 USD
Full Specifications

Type:  Motor Yacht
Builder:  Codecasa
Year:  1999
Hull No:  C106
LOA:  163’07” (49.68m)
LWL: 136’08” (41.70m)
Beam Molded:  31’16” (9.86m)
Beam: 31’00” (9.45m)
Draft: 10’01” (3.1m)
Hull Material:  Steel
Superstructure: Aluminum
Decks: Teak
Flag: Cayman Islands
Classification:  Lloyds Maltese Cross 100 A1 SSC Yacht MONO G6 + LMC
MCA: Yes
Naval Architect: Codecasa
Exterior Designer/Stylist: Franco and Anna Maria Dellarole
Interior Designer: Franco and Anna Maria Dellarole / Betsy Godfrey
Main Engines: 2 x 2,200 HP 3516 B Caterpillar
Max Speed: 18 knots
Cruising Speed: 14.0 knots
Range: 5,500 nm
Stabilizers:  Vosper Thornycroft
Electrical: 2 x Northern Lights 125kw, Atlas
Displacement: 497
Gross Tonnage: 608
Guest Accommodations: 12 in 6 cabins
Crew Accommodation: 9 crew in 5 cabins plus 2 in Captain’s cabin

The elegant but relaxing interior sleeps 12 guests in six staterooms plus 9 crew in 5 cabins and 2 in Captain’s cabin for a total of 11 crew. INVADER is a trideck motor yacht featuring an on-deck master, his and her baths, owners office, gym or 6th stateroom on the main deck, four guest suites below and an elevator to all decks. Both the main deck and the bridge deck outside are open, and the sun deck is massive. The garage is large with ample room for water toys and tender. The stunning interior uses a blend of pearwood, sycamore, and American cherry. Intricate designs using inlays of hand selected onyx and marble are used as flooring in the foyers, baths and dining room giving an artistic feel to the interior.

Four guest staterooms, two queens, and two twins are accessed from the salon via the elevator or from the circular stairs leading to a foyer. The crew area is spacious and is accessed using stairs from the galley. Crew accommodations consist of four double crew cabins, three with upper and lower berths, one engineer’s cabin with double berth, crew mess/lounge, and laundry. Queen berth Captain’s cabin is aft of the wheelhouse.

Entering from the large open aft deck through stainless steel glass sliding doors into an elegant foyer with cabinetry on port and starboard and an artistically done marble floor with onyx inlays. The salon has comfortable sofas and coffee tables on the port side and to starboard with a third table and sofa against the forward half wall which separates the salon from the dining room. Enter the beautifully appointed formal dining room from the salon. The dining room features an oval burl top table with inlaid wood and 10 chairs. The flooring is artistically done with marble, inlaid onyx, and carpet. Through a service door, port side is the galley. Going forward on starboard from the dining room is the amidship foyer which leads to the master. The foyer has the same beautiful marble and onyx flooring as in the dining room with artwork elegantly displayed along the wall. There is access to the elevator, day head, stairs to the upper and lower decks and to the gym which doubles as the sixth guest cabin using Pullman berths and an ensuite head.

Entering the owner’s suite pass through the office which is furnished with glass top desk, two chairs, sofa, and bookcase. Next forward is the master stateroom which has a king bed, sofa, vanity and walk in closet. Forward of the stateroom are his and her heads with a bathtub in between. Outboard on the port side is an enclosed shower/steam room. As with the entire boat, this area is also rich in details: satin finished sycamore paneling and counters that were cut from a single slab of gray onyx. The sole uses gray and honey onyx.

Forward of the wheelhouse is the Portuguese bridge and guest lounge area that has a forward facing
semicircular settee, a round table and four chairs.  This table also has leaves that can be installed enlarging it to accommodate 14 guests. 

The wheelhouse has three helm seats, raised bench seat and access to the ship’s office to port. To starboard is the queen berth captain’s cabin with ensuite head. The wheelhouse is followed aft by a day head to starboard opposite a pantry to port, stairs to the lower deck and access to the elevator.

Next aft is the large sky lounge which is used as the main entertaining area on this series of
Codecasa’s. It has a fully equipped bar with four bar stools. There are two sitting areas, each with a sofa
and upholstered chairs and coffee table. Additionally, there is a card table with four chairs. Through the aft stainless-steel sliding door is the bridge deck aft deck with a teak table and four chairs, stairs to the lower deck and up to the sun deck.

The sun deck is immense. Forward is a sun pad area followed by the large Jacuzzi to port opposite a bar
with four bar stools and a teak table with four chairs, and davit.  This table area seats up to 8 guests.  Unique to INVADER is the mast which has a built-on observation platform ten feet off of the deck that is accessed by a ladder. Also concealed by the mast is the elevator access.

Hull:  Steel 5.5mm
Superstructure: Aluminum
Decks: Teak
Paint: 2014 all new – Axon Hentzen, High Solids Polyurethane – Matterhorn White

Tonnage: 608 gross tons; 182 net tons; 497 displacement tons
Fuel Capacity:  31,200 US Gallons (118,105 Liters)
Water Capacity:  4,900 US Gallons (18,549 Liters)
Watermakers:  1,300 US Gallons p/d (4,291 Liters p/d)
Lube Oil: 425 US Gallons (1,609 Liters)
Waste Oil: 425 US Gallons (1,609 Liters)
Waste Water: (Grey) 1,114 US Gallons (4.217 Liters)
Waste Water: (Black) 589 US Gallons (2,230 Liters)
Maximum Speed 18 kts / RPM: 1,800
Cruising 14 kts / Consumption: 119 USG (450 L) / RPM: 1,400
Economical 12 kts / Consumption: 79 USG (300 L) / RPM: 1,200

Main Engines
Engines: 2 X 2,200 HP Caterpillar 3516B, 11,340 total hours August 1, 2017
Engine Controls: Mannesmann Rexroth
Engine Mounts: Soft
Shafting: Oil bathed – Cedarville seals
Propellers: 5 blade – highly skewed Oyj Finnscrew

Generators & Electricity
Generators: 2 x Northern Lights 125 kw
Current hours: 20,067 (port), 21,422 (stbd)
Shore Power: Converter Atlas Convertor
Output: 125 kw
Generator Fuel Consumption: 7 USG p/h (25 Liters p/h)
Generator Start: Battery

Air Conditioning: Manrico Francesconi, 3 x Carlyle compressors
Air Compressor: 2 x Atlas Copco
Bow Thruster Hydraulic: Schottel
Fresh Water Filters: Flomax
Fresh Water Heaters: Rina
Fresh Water Maker: 2 x Idromar
Fuel Separator: Alfa Laval
Fuel Filters: Racor
Oily Water Separator: Facet International – Deckma OCM
Sewage Treatment System: Hamann
Toilet System: Jets
Stabilizers: Vosper
Steering System: Seipem
Helm/Control Stations: Two wing stations and bridge controls

Anchors: 2 x Posidonia SRL 360 kg Stockless
Anchor Chains: Posidonia SRL 22mm
Anchor Windlass System: 2 x Nanni
Boat Crane: Napoli, Sanguinetti
Passarelle:  Napoli
Accommodation Ladder: Hydraulic side boarding ladder
Stern Boarding Gangway: Custom side boarding stairs
Jacuzzi: Yes
Paint Exterior: 2014
Paint Underwater: 2014 (bare steel in 2014 – new primer and antifouling)
Horns: Kahlenberg

Security Equipment
Cameras: Yes
Monitors: Yes, Bridge and Crew Mess
Ship’s Safe: Yes, Captain’s Cabin
Fire Fighting Equipment: Yes
Fire Control System: Yes
Fire Extinguishers: Yes
Alarms: Yes

Safety Equipment
Life Rafts: 2 x RFD, capacity 25 pax
Life Rings: 8
Flares: Yes
Medical Equipment: Basic medical stock

All guest areas are wired with Cat 5 and designed to accommodate multiple devices that link to the ship’s entertainment systems which include an “INVADER” channel that can display schedule for the day’s events or slideshow of yesterday’s activities.

Central Ship’s Audio (Linn)
Main Salon
TV Yes
Stereo Yes
I-Pod Station No

Master Cabin
TV Yes
Stereo Yes
I-Pod Station No

TV Yes
Stereo Yes
I-Pod Station No

Guest Cabins
TV Yes
Stereo Yes
I-Pod Station No

Sky Lounge
TV Yes
Stereo Yes
I-Pod Station Yes

Stereo No
I Pod Station No

Captain’s Cabin
TV Yes
Stereo Yes
I-Pod Station No

Crew Mess
TV Yes
Stereo Yes
I-Pod Station Yes

Crew Cabins
Stereo Yes
I-Pod Station No

Communication Systems
SATcom: Inmarsat Nera and Iridium
Telephone System: Panasonic
SSB: SEA 320
VHF Fixed: 2 (icom and standard radio) + 1 in crew mess
VHF Handheld:  2
Cellular Phone: System Yes
Intercom: Yes
Internal Ship’s Communication: Yes

Navigation Systems
Radar: Raytheon S and X band
Gyrocompass: Anschutz
Magnetic Compass: Anschutz
Auto Pilot: Anschutz
Depth Sounder: Furuno + B&G
Video Sounder: Furuno FCV
GPS: 2 x Trimble NT 200D
Weather FAX: Furuno DFax
Ships Computer: Asus
Wind Indicator: Station B&G
Speed Indicator: B&G
Navtex: JRC
AIS: Furuno

Main Galley Equipment
Cooking Equipment: Miele Oven, grilling plate, 6 x electric plates
Microwave: Miele
Refrigeration/Freezer: 2 x built in custom refrigerators in galley
Dishwasher: 2 x Miele
Crew Galley/Mess Equipment: Miele convection/microwave oven + 4 burner cook top
Refrigeration/Freezer: 1 x walk in custom freezer, 2 x built in custom refrigerators, 1 x Miele free standing refrigerator
Laundry Equipment: 3 x Miele commercial washers
Main Laundry Equipment: 3 x Miele commercial dryers

Tenders: 18’ Rendova with Volvo Penta KAD 32 inboard/outboard, 14’ Novurania RIB 430DL + 60 HP Evinrude Etec outboard
Jet Skis: 2 x Seadoo Spark


  • The boat was one of the first with a Linn System where audio can be accessed anywhere throughout the boat with individual controls for music selection, volume, etc.
  • There are 10 Direct TV receivers so each guest room, crew and living areas have their individual choice of over 150 plus channels. The boat was wired for the Invader Channel so that on Channel 1 there is a mast camera, another channel can have the menus or events of the day. All staterooms have what we call the magic cable. It has 2 double shielded RG6 coax cables, cat 5 wires, and fiber optics. The cable has never been used as we did it for future technology changes.
  • After lengthy discussions with the builder, Fulvio Codecasa, almost every light on the boat is on dimmers. This was a first with Codescasa.
  • There is a 40 KW converter to convert the European voltage and frequency to US and every plug is both European and American.
  • Bathrooms: All fixtures are 24 Carat gold plated. There is a steam room in the port bathroom of the master suite.
  • Details: The outside overheads on the main deck and bridge deck are very detailed, even compared to Delta or Feadship Yachts.
  • Structure: All port holes have 6 to 8 inches of stainless steel around them, the rail cap in the main hull is stainless, and it has two hydraulic boarding ladders on both sides of the boat that tuck into the hull and are not visible. All surrounded with stainless steel.
  • After visiting many yachts at boat shows and those that have docked next to us Invader is one of the most detailed yachts I have seen.
  • The mandate on the decor, which won the 2000 Showboats Award for best interior, was earth tones, elegant but comfortable and timeless.

A detailed inventory and a list of exclusions will be provided pursuant to a Purchase Agreement.

Main Deck Salon
Main Deck Salon
Main Deck Salon
Hallway to Master Stateroom
Master Stateroom
Master Lounge
Master Bath
Gym / 6th Stateroom with Ensuite Bath
VIP Guest Stateroom
Guest Bath
Twin Guest Stateroom
Captain's Cabin
Engine Control Room
Engine Room
Engine Room
Main Deck Aft
Bridge Deck Aft Dining
Lounging Area Forward of Bridge
Bridge Deck
Elevator at Sun Deck
Sun Deck, Elevator and Crow's Nest Mast
Sun Deck Looking Down
Sun Deck and Jacuzzi
Tender & Toy Garage
Tender & Toy Garage
Garage & Swim Platform
Starboard Bow
Dockside at Night