We Say: With a wide-open layout and a twin-step deep-V hull, the Invincible 33 Open Fisherman begs to go offshore fishing. We roared to nearly 60 mph powered by a pair of Mercury 300 Verado outboards, riding on Invincible’s stepped-V ventilated tunnel (SVVT) running surface. The boat easily spanned the three-footers off Miami Beach. A 320-gallon fuel tank offers the range to fish far and wide.
Two livewells, a 35-gallon tank in the transom and a 50-gallon well below the aft deck hold plenty of pilchards. Four insulated fish boxes keep the catch fresh. At the helm, there’s ample room to flush-mount a pair of 12-inch multifunction displays.
Recessed bow rails and retractable cleats clear the topsides for fishing, and the single-level deck eliminates trip points, though junior anglers might struggle to work a fish around the bow. The 33’s molded-grid stringer system integrates the bulkheads and stringers into a solid unit. Construction details include a vacuum-bagged cored hull laid up with 100 percent vinylester resin.
Who'd Want One: Anglers with the need for speed and a smooth ride to reach offshore fish.
Another Choice: The Jupiter 34 offers nine inches more length overall, but rides on a conventional V-hull. Equipped with twin Yamaha F300 outboards, it sells for $234,500.
Bottom Line: $190,000 as tested; invincibleboats.com