There are many ways to describe a boat, but Invincible has settled upon one word that embodies grace, strength, agility and more: athletic.
“The fact is,” the company says proudly, “no one today builds a more athletic fishing machine.”
Invincible introduced its now-classic center-console Invincible 36 in 2006, built on the patented Stepped-Vee Ventilated Tunnel design from naval architect Michael Peters. Invincible’s monohull boats still ride on that distinctive hull design.
Next, Invincible partnered with multihull specialist Morrelli & Melvin Design to create a center-console catamaran line whose patented hybrid, semi-asymmetrical design leads the industry in ride, handling and speed. The boat’s fishability is enriched by its single-level deck and ability to gaff a fish from the bow.
Invincible 33 Catamaran
Invincible’s smallest cat—with siblings to 46 feet—takes the performance, versatility and amenities of those larger boats and packages them in a powerful, agile and nimble new one: what the company calls “a whole new size of serious.”
Atop the patented catamaran hull, a single-level deck offers 360-degree walk-around fishability. Within the deck is generous storage and insulated fish boxes and livewells; another livewell is in the transom, among other options.
A high-speed pickup is ready to serve an optional sea chest. The deluxe console has ample space for battlewagon-style electronics, and is lined and lighted within to offer space for a full-size head. Match your fishing style with a custom top: a hardtop or folding tower with a dual station, plus a buggy-style hardtop and/or crow’s-nest. Rupp or Gem outriggers are options, as are additional rod holders, electric-reel outlets, LED spreader lights, and seating additions and upgrades including custom Llebroc helm chairs.
For power, choose from twin Yamaha 300s or Mercury Verado or Racing outboards.
With the size making it easy to trailer, this was purpose-built for customers interested in big-cat performance to align with their size needs.
- Test Power: Twin 400 Mercury Verado
- Test Props: Mercury Eco Enertia, 19”
- Test Load: 11,000 lb. boat and power, plus 50 gal. fuel, one passenger
- Test Speed: 65.5 mph @ 6,800 rpm
- Max Range: 525 mi., 41 mph @ 4,500 rpm
|Fuel Capacity:||400 gal.|
|Dry Weight:||11,000 lb. with power|
Invincible’s exclusive catamaran hull design makes it one of the most stable, easy-handling and efficient offshore boats on the water. Each hull is built to order and designed for serious anglers. – Randy Vance, Editor-at-Large, Boating and Fishing Group