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Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

April 24, 2013
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Invincible’s 33 Open Fisherman features a wide-open layout and a deck remains level all the way to the bow, eliminating any possible trip points. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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The 33 corners confidently without tripping or skipping. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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Invincible’s 33 Open Fisherman features a pair of vents in the hull designed to introduce a cushion of air under the running surface to smooth the ride, boost speed and improve fuel efficiency. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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The faster you run the 33 Open Fisherman, the smoother it rides. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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Invincible’s 33 Open Fisherman performs exceedingly well with a pair of 300 hp outboards. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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The 33 begs to be driven fast. In our test, we achieved nearly 60 mph with this boat. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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The 33 features a 33-inch-wide dash panel that will accept a pair of flush-mounted 12-inch multi-function displays. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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The leaning post seat on our test boat featured four rod holders behind the back rest. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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A 35-gallon live well is built into the 33’s transom bulkhead, with a second 50-gallon live well below the aft deck. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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An optional, removable transom bench seat let’s you create additional seating aboard the 33. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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Two cavernous fish lockers reside below the forward deck of Invincible’s 33 Open Fisherman. Courtesy Invincible Boats
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