The Invincible 39 Open Fisherman rides like it’s machined from billet aluminum, corners like a Formula race car, and fishes like an osprey.
Two livewells are fed by three 2,000 gph pumps, an 80-gallon in-deck livewell and a 75-gallon transom. Four fish boxes collect the catch, and tackle centers on the leaning post hold everything you’ll need. We lost count of rod holders—there were more than a dozen on the center console, and rod-tip holes in the hardtop accommodated them. There were way more than a dozen on the gunwales, plus two rocket launchers in the hardtop, undergunwale hangers, and an option for a tuna-stick rack in the center console. At the helm, two 18-inch Garmin displays boast chirp sonar and chart plotting.
Cockpit space is expansive thanks to the ideal positioning of the leaning post and the broad 11-foot beam. Jump seats on each side of the transom livewell, a dual lounger on the console’s front, and the triple-wide helm seat (Llebroc seats are optional) ensure seven anglers can be comfortably seated.
Getting to the fishing grounds is easy with the 1,200 hp provided from three 400 Mercury Verado outboards. And with over 500 gallons of fuel, the boat provides plenty of range.
Conveniences come from small things, such as a fiddle rail on the helm for keeping gear in place, or multiple cellphone charge points on the dash, and rope and hose stowage in the gunwales.
Long-term ownership involves maintenance and updating, and the 39 was designed for the long-term owner. In the head compartment, a hatch grants access to fuse blocks, the NMEA 2000 network line, and all the electronics, their connections and wiring. Circuit breakers are located below each circuit’s switch on the dash.
The bilge access is equally organized and generous. Fuel filters, bilge pumps, seacocks and a sea chest are in plain sight.
The 39 Open Fisherman is easy to fish, steady on the water, and quick to the fishing grounds. Holy cow! What else would you need?
- Dual lounge on the front of the console was comfortably contoured.
- Hardtop and structure are rock-solid, and supports are integrated into the console.
Draft (max): NA
Dry Weight: 12,000 lb.
Seat/Weight Capacity: Yacht Certified
Fuel Capacity: 550 gal.
How We Tested
Engines: Triple Mercury Verado 400 hp
Drive/Props: Outboard/Revolution 4 21″ 4-blade stainless steel
Gear Ratio: 1.75:1
Fuel Load: 100 gal.
Crew Weight: 400 lb.
Invincible Boats – Opa-locka, Florida; 305-685-2704; invincibleboats.com