Invincible has debuted its third catamaran—the 35—which is based on the Morrelli & Melvin hybrid-asymmetric multihull design used by its big sisters, the 37 and the 40. The 35 accommodates what many anglers have asked for: the stability and efficiency of the bigger cats in a smaller, easier-to-handle package, the company says.
The asymmetric design generates monohull-like turning capability: This boat leans in rather than out like some cat hulls. An outward lean can be an uncomfortable dynamic.
The new model also offers the option of a twin-outboard configuration or quads. The twin version will be able to carry 500 gallons of fuel, while the quad version handles 550 gallons.
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Invincible expects to offer additional seating options. The large forward coffin box, standard on the other cats, will remain available on the 35. However, there will be an option for a built-in console coffin box as well so the padded top can double as a lounger.
Based on its cat design, the 35 will have more deck space than a comparable 39-foot monohull, Invincible says.
LOA: 35 ft. 10 in.
Beam: 11 ft. 7½ in.
Dry Weight: 10,350 lb. (w/o engines)
Draft: 2 ft.
Transom Deadrise: N/A (catamaran)
MSRP: $350,000 (base)