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Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

The 33 Open Fisherman combines speed and a solid build for a smooth ride.

July 10, 2013
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Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

LOA: 32’10”
Beam: 9’7″
Draft: 1’2″ (outboards up)
Displacement: 8,100 lb. (with engines)
Invincible Boats

Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

Invincible Boats

Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

Invincible Boats

Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

Invincible Boats

Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

Invincible Boats

Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

Invincible Boats

Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

Invincible Boats

Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

Invincible Boats

Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

Invincible Boats

Invincible 33 Open Fisherman

Invincible Boats

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.

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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

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