Whether you want your Invincible boat to be a monohull or catamaran, the company pledges, you’ll be stepping aboard the “the fastest, driest and best riding” boat.
Invincible’s original monohull was and remains the patented Stepped-Vee Ventilated Tunnel design created by naval architect Michael Peters—the tough, fast, smooth-riding boat that company founders desired, possessing what it proudly calls Invincible’s “athleticism.”
Next, Invincible revolutionized the catamaran category with a design created in partnership with Morrelli & Melvin, naval architects expert in computational fluid dynamics. The patented, hybrid, semi-asymmetrical multihull design is noted for ride quality, handling and speed.
Distinctive Invincible features include vacuum-bagged infusion, diamond-patterned nonskid deck, ergonomic console design, and hardtop-frame lines of sight designed for better navigation and fishing.
In either hull format, central to the fishing experience is Invincible’s single-level deck and 360-degree fishability.
Invincible 33 Open Fisherman
Invincible’s 33 Open Fisherman rides and fishes like a big boat but handles as deftly as a small one. It incorporates both the SVVT hull that made its big brother famous, the classic Invincible 36 Open, and twin-engine ease and economy.
Standard features include a transom door, AGM sealed batteries, deluxe console with lined interior for full-size head, high-speed pickup for livewell sea chest, sink with tackle drawers, saltwater washdown, and triple 2,000 gph bilge pumps.
Power options include your choice of twins, either 300 hp Yamahas, Mercury Verados from 300 to 400 hp or Mercury 450HP R (racing) motors. Mercury VesselView upgrades are available.
Pick your top option: hardtop, crow’s-nest for same or folding tower with dual station plus optional outriggers.
Center-console survey respondents differ on gunwale-mounted rod-holder needs —33 percent are happy with four, 35 percent want six, and 32 percent need eight or more. With Invincible, order what your fishing requires. Other fishing-friendly options are livewell sea chests, undergunwale rod racks and gaff holders, and electric-reel outlets.
Forward bench seating will please the 40 percent who consider it of medium to high importance in their CC, while rear bench and rear lounge seats can meet the needs of some buyers; they’re about half as common as foldaway aft seats on respondents’ current boats.
Additional convenience options include a bow thruster, freshwater washdown, deluxe electric head within the console, dive ladder and in-hull windlass.
Survey Says: On Target
- Features are nicely aligned with advanced angler demands
- Single-deck fishability; no steps for stumbling
- Spacious, fishing-friendly design
- Options provide ability to build one’s own boat
- Invincibles ride the sea with superior speeds and comfort at the same time
- Fantastic ride
- No one today builds a more athletic machine
- The best products start with the best materials
- A truly better boat that was purpose-built
- “Superior offshore ride”
Fuel Capacity: 320 gal.
Dry Weight: 8,100 lb. with power
Max HP: 900