Invincible boats, supremely at home in big water, are in rarefied air too. Those who know them ranked them among the very highest-rated boats in our survey.
Respondents distributed accolades evenly across our main categories of Design/Construction, Fishability, Performance and Value. They called the line’s safety, speed, range, construction and ride rock-solid.
The company breaks its focus into three parts: fishability, performance and yachtlike finish, and survey respondents make clear it hits all three marks.
Whether monohull or catamaran, at lengths from 33 to 42 feet, Invincible boats are created with fishing foremost in mind. Expect massive insulated fish boxes; consoles that welcome plenty of state-of-the-art Garmin or Simrad electronics; and step-free, nonskid level decks for fish-fighting ease and easy cleanup.
Monohull boats share a patented low-drag, ventilated stepped hull designed by naval architect Michael Peters. The new Invincible 40 Catamaran was designed by race-proven Morrelli & Melvin.
Invincible boats feature angled leaning posts; large, rugged and outrigger-ready tops; helms designed specifically for sure boat-handling in the harshest of seas; and insulated fish boxes designed to hold wahoo and kingfish without bending the catches’ tails — all touches that inspire confidence in the boat and its fish-catching abilities.
INVINCIBLE 40 CATAMARAN
Designed by the multihull naval architects at Morrelli & Melvin, composers of the modern America’s Cup yachts, Invincible calls its all-new 40-footer “the most advanced fishing catamaran on the market.”
Fishing families will be thrilled to hear that, like all Invincible boats, this elite fishing boat boasts a yachtlike custom finish and details.
The 40 cat was built with one aim, the company says, “seakeeping ability,” a particular ability to make high-speed turns without drastic throttle reduction.
Angler-pleasing standard touches include three livewells aft of the console, a pair of insulated fish boxes flanking it. Matching hatches in each hull provide easy bilge access, and there’s forward storage in each hull too.
A generous menu of options lets you match your boat to your tastes and fishing style. They include a hardtop (with crow’s-nest and ladder a further option) or folding tower with dual station, several LED courtesy-light packages and rod-holder configurations, outrigger, sea chest, livewell and baitwell enhancements, coffin box with seat top, and more.
The 40’s standard 640-gallon fuel capacity dwarfs that of most boats; stepping up to an optional 800-gallon capacity gives the boat a 670 nm range, the company says.
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