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 39 Open Fisherman
Invincible calls its 39 Open Fisherman—its most popular monohull—“a serious boat for -serious anglers.” The semicustom boat’s single-level deck enables Invincible’s trademark 360-degree fishability. Its 550-gallon fuel capacity provides for a range of more than 500 nautical miles, the company says.
Options include a hardtop—with a crow’s-nest available—or a folding tower with dual station, Rupp or Gem outriggers, hardtop rod holders, and a polycarbonate enclosure or wings.
Rod holders are available at gunwales and in the console; you can add heavy-duty swivel rod holders and electric-reel outlets too. Besides four standard in-floor fish boxes, an optional livewell sea chest is available in several sizes.
Seating includes triple custom Llebroc helm chairs, a deluxe leaning post with a built-in seat/cooler, removable rear lounge seats, and forward U-shaped seating. Among convenience and comfort options are a bow thruster and a deluxe console electric head.
For power, select from triple 300 Yamahas, 350 or 400 Mercury Verados, or 450R Mercury Racing outboards. Or take it up a notch with quad 300, 350 or 400 Verados or 450R 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: Triple Yamaha 300s
- Test Props: Mercury Rev. 4
- Test Load: 12,000 lb. boat plus power, 120 gal. fuel, 40 gal. water, two people
- Test Speed: 65.3 mph @ 6,800 rpm
- Max Range: 41 mph @ 4,500 rpm
|Fuel Capacity:||540 gal.|
|Dry Weight:||12,000 lb. plus power|
The running attitude of Invincible’s 39 Open Fisherman remains virtually flat all the way from hole shot to full throttle, thanks to the lifting qualities of the Invincible step hull. This optimizes both visibility and efficiency. – Jim Hendricks, Staff Editor, Fishing Group