2024 Invincible 33 Catamaran

The 33 Catamaran is a formidable fishing machine.

Invincible’s 33 Catamaran has proven to be a hit. It’s not at all surprising considering its smooth, responsive handling. A hybrid semi-asymmetrical hull designed by Morrelli and Melvin applies the best characteristics of an asymmetrical catamaran with soft-­riding symmetrical cat sponsons. The ­boat makes sharp turns without awkward outboard heeling. Even in quartering seas, the sponsons stand firm in the slop; in fact, the nastier the weather, the better the double-step hull works. 

Invincible 33 Catamaran offshore
The 33 Catamaran’s great ride delivers comfort during casual outings. Courtesy Invincible Boats

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.

Invincible 33 Catamaran forward seating
A dual lounge forward of the helm features thick cushions. Courtesy Invincible Boats

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.

Invincible 33 Catamaran helm
The helm offers massive room for dual 20-inch (or larger) screens. Courtesy Invincible Boats

The mezzanine seat (back of the leaning post) is triple-wide, with the seating angle 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. 

Invincible 33 Catamaran console seating
The mezzanine seat (back of the leaning post) is triple-wide. Courtesy Invincible Boats

A dual lounge forward of the helm ­features thick cushions, deep bolsters, armrests and handy cup holders. ­Invincible’s great ride delivers comfort during casual outings, and the spacious deck makes it a formidable fishing machine. Add new V-10 power options and the excitement is palpable. 

Invincible 33 Catamaran head
The console is equipped with a full-sized head. Courtesy Invincible Boats

High Points

  • Mercury outboard options include dual Verados, 450Rs and V-10 400s.
  • Total of 47 rod holders arrayed in the gunwales, transom, leaning post and center console.
  • Total of 130 gallons of livewell capacity.
Invincible 33 Catamaran performance data
Invincible 33 Catamaran Certified Test Results Boating Magazine

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.
Price:$625,000 (as tested)
Draft (max):1’10” (engines up)
Dry Weight:9,800 lb. (approx.)
Seat/Weight Capacity:Yacht Certified
Fuel Capacity:400 gal.

Invincible Boats – Opa-Locka, Florida; 305-685-2704invincibleboats.com