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Magomed Khamatkhanov
January 30, 2018

Denison Yachting has announced that the 49.9-metre superyacht Invader, built by Codecasa in 1999, has been sold for $12,500,000 in an in-house deal by Ken Denison. She spent just 18 months on the brokerage market. Fraser Yachts listed Invader in 2016 for $15,000,000. Denison Yachting became her CA in 2017 with $2,500,000 price reduction. Jim Gabbert, a radio and television entrepreneur from the San Francisco Bay Area, was the owner of the yacht before its recent sale. 

Invader is a tri-deck motoryacht featuring an on-deck master, his and her baths, owner’s 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 tenders. The stunning interior uses a blend of pear wood, 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.