Invincible 37 Catamaran: 2021 Boat Buyers Guide

Invincible’s 37 Catamaran offers a spacious, fishing-friendly design.

December 14, 2020
Invincible 37 Catamaran running near the coast
The 37 Catamaran is purpose-built for chasing fish. Courtesy Invincible Boats

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 37 Catamaran

Invincible’s 37 Cat, at the midpoint of its five-cat center-console line, offers amenities and equipment of a much larger boat in an efficient, powerful package.


Standard are above- and below-deck livewells (96 percent of CC survey respondents are happy with two), saltwater washdown, AGM sealed batteries, and generous underdeck fish and storage compartments.

Beyond that, you craft your own fishing machine, selecting from options such as hardtop, crow’s-nest, folding tower with dual station, Rupp or Gem outriggers, multipump livewell sea chests, electric-reel outlets, and rod holders and racks. Other options include a deluxe bait-prep station, rear-facing tackle station, and coffin boxes in medium, large and extra-large—the latter two available with backrests.

Power? Quads from 300 to 450 hp, Yamaha or Mercury.


Seating choices include triple custom Llebroc helm chairs, a forward seating section like 40 percent of respondents prefer, foldout bench seats and aft jump seats, and removable rear lounge seats.

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

Owners Say

  • Invincibles ride the sea with superior speeds and comfort at the same time
  • Fantastic ride

Brand Says

  • No one today builds a more athletic machine
  • The best products start with the best materials
  • A truly better boat that was purpose-built

Reader Response

  • “Superior offshore ride”


LOA: 37′

Beam: 12′


Fuel Capacity: 550 gal.

Dry Weight: 14,000 lb. with power

Max HP: 1,800

Certifications: NMMA

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