Invincible’s 33 catamaran is one of the most stable and comfortable to run on the water, thanks to the exclusive, patented Morrelli & Melvin hull design.
The Invincible’s hybrid semi-asymmetrical hull applies the best characteristics of an asymmetrical catamaran with the soft-riding symmetrical cats. The result is a boat that makes sharp turns without awkward outboard heeling. Even in quartering seas, the sponsons stand firm in the slop. Double steps increase efficiency.
The helm station offers three-wide seating with a centered wheel. The leaning-post seat is comfortable for sitting or leaning. A step below the helm adds comfort while standing or seated. The station itself offers massive room for dual 20-inch (or larger) screens and, in our case, a 9-inch VesselView display, an Icom VHF radio and a Fusion stereo controller. The hardtop stretches wide and aft of the leaning post, keeping the helm glare-free and shaded.
The fighting cockpit is impressively spacious, taking full advantage of the 10-foot-3-inch beam. An oval livewell with a clear acrylic lid in the transom is 65 gallons, pressurized, and fed from a sea chest with three pumps in the starboard sponson. To port of this livewell is a pair of drawers ideal for tackle, rope, or wash and wax supplies. There’s also a larger 65-gallon livewell below the sole.
The mezzanine seat (back of the leaning post) is triple-wide, and the seating angle is designed to lean back even when the boat is on plane. Tackle storage is conveniently accessed behind the drop-down seatback and in the sides of the leaning post.
Four fish boxes and a coffin box ahead of the center console offer plenty of fish storage, and they pump out with durable gulper pumps instead of temperamental macerators.
A dual lounge forward of the helm features thick cushions, deep bolsters, armrests and handy cup holders. Invincible’s great ride and spacious deck make it a formidable fishing machine, but one that can deliver comfort during casual cruises or long rides to the angling grounds.
- Forty-seven rod holders arrayed in gunwales, the transom, and the leaning post and center console.
- Mezzanine seating converts to a tackle station, with spacious tackle storage in the leaning post.
How We Tested
- Engines: Twin 400 hp Mercury Verado
- Drive/Prop: Outboard/Mercury Enertia 16″ x 19″ stainless steel
- Gear Ratio: 1.75:1 Fuel Load: 50 gal. Crew Weight: 600 lb.
Pricing and Specs
|Draft:||1’10” (engines up)|
|Dry Weight:||9,800 lb. (approx.)|
|Seat/Weight Capacity:||Yacht Certified|
|Fuel Capacity:||400 gal.|
Invincible Boats – Opa-Locka, Florida; 305-685-2704; invincibleboats.com