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Invincible 33 Catamaran Review

Let's take a closer look at the Invincible 33 Catamaran in this boat review

Invincible 33 Catamaran Review

The Morelli and Melvin designed hulls each Invincible catamaran features takes comfort and efficiency to the next level.

If I were trying to sell the performance or demonstrate to someone who’d never ridden on a power catamaran fishing boat how well they handled rough weather- jumping on any of the Invincible Cats would be a great first step. After being blown away by the 37 Invincible Cat last year, the 33 had its work cut out for it. My first concern was “could Invincible build one small enough to run great with only twin power that would also stand up to offshore weather of any consequence?” The short and long answer is, absolutely.

The 33 Catamaran proved to be another Morrelli and Melvin hull design that delivers a smooth, dry, and remarkably solid ride in real world offshore weather. Each of these models are laid out similarly and the new 33 Cat is a scaled down version of each of her bigger sisters. The difference is how much roomier this 33-foot boat feels due to her wise use of every inch of over 300 square feet of work space. A quick 360-degree spin around the single level deck reveals four extra-large insulated fish holds underfoot in the bow and amidships. A pair of large livewells (up to 70-gallons) are in the transom and below deck to starboard, each supplied via sea chest and outfitted with primary and spare pumps.

Plenty of tackle storage is available hidden behind the mezzanine seat back on the helm station as well as on both sides of the helm box and within the transom bulkhead to port. A large drink cooler is also below the mezzanine seat. For rod storage, there isn’t a location on board where you won’t find a rod holder on either side of you within arm’s reach. The helm is enclosed on three sides in glass with a triple wide seat facing a centered helm control. A pair of 400 Mercury engines pushed the 33 into the 60 MPH range with ease.

For any remaining dyed in the wool old school non-believers who are on the fence regarding the roominess, comfort, performance and ride that a perfectly designed catamaran offers, a ride on the Invincible 33 will without a doubt push you over the edge.

Invincible 33 Catamaran Specifications:

  • Length: 33’ 11”
  • Beam: 10’ 3”
  • Draft: 22” (hull)
  • Deadrise: Variable
  • Weight: 9800
  • Max HP: 900
  • Fuel: 400 gallons
  • MSRP: See Dealer

Invincible 33 Catamaran review
Within the forward console lounge seat you’ll find a convenient storage compartment which can be partitioned into thirds with removable dividers.
Invincible 33 Catamaran review
Impressive maneuverability for 360-degree fishability is evident here due to 300 square feet of working space.
Invincible 33 Catamaran review
This comfortable helm seating station is configured for three passengers with the helmsman running from the center position.

Invincible 33 Catamaran review
A spacious clutter free cockpit deck offers the serious anglers plenty of room to work without feeling crowded.
Invincible 33 Catamaran review
A pair of Mercury 400’s provides the 33 Invincible all of the power necessary to motivate up to cruising speed in seconds while headed for a top speed in the 60’s.
Invincible 33 Catamaran specs
The transom livewell joins a second well below deck providing up to 70 gallons of capacity.
Invincible 33 Catamaran specs
The helm face is protected by a three-sided glass enclosure under the hard top while rod holders surround the entire console structure.


Invincible 33 Catamaran specs
Fender and dock line storage is conveniently located below the foredeck adjacent to the anchor locker.
Invincible 33 Catamaran specs
A cockpit mezzanine seat provides comfortable seating for two anglers along with an insulated drink cooler below for drink and food storage.
Invincible 33 Catamaran specs
Behind the mezzanine seat back is a hidden tackle storage station with plenty of room for rigging equipment.

Invincible 33 Catamaranspecifications
Additional tackle lockers are located on both sides of the helm station as well as in the transom bulkhead.
Invincible 33 Catamaran review
The console interior provides access to helm systems while offering dry storage and an electric head.

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