Invincible Boats has added to its stable of catamaran vessels with the new 33. The company also just unveiled a new 46 at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on Oct. 28. The two new models join already popular 35-, 37- and 40-footers.
“Our brand is focused on the serious saltwater sport fisherman, and as such, we believe that the most effective size range to chase trophy fish is 33 to 49 feet,” CEO John Dorton says. “With the launch of our new 33-foot catamaran, we officially have the largest model offering in this segment. No matter how or where you fish, we have a model for you.”
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All of Invincible’s catamarans use the same patented hybrid semi-asymmetrical multihull, which was created by Morrelli & Melvin — designers of America’s Cup and Olympic competition cats.
The 33 is technically just an inch shy of 34 feet in length overall. Its beam measures 10 feet 3 inches — on multihulls, the boat’s beam essentially carries from transom to bow. The new cat features two livewells, one on the centerline in the transom and one belowdecks to starboard of the mezzanine seating, four fish boxes, and additional storage in the bow.
The twin-outboard platform carries up to 900 hp and 400 gallons of fuel.
- LOA: 33 ft. 11 in.
- Beam: 10 ft. 3 in.
- Weight: 9,800 lb. (w/ power)
- Draft: N/A
- Transom Deadrise: (cat)
- Fuel Capacity: 400 gal.
- Max HP: 900 hp