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#1 InvincibleBoats

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Posted 26 January 2011 - 11:19 AM

INVINCIBLE contacted renowned naval architect Michael Peters and laid out what we wanted to accomplish. The result is a boat that is both fast and dry. What good is fast if you are soaking wet when you arrive at your destination? THE INVINCIBLE'S performance in rough water is outstanding. The deck was designed to fight fish. No pulpits, no bulky gunwales or low decks. Two standard oversized live wells make the boat more fishable. Rugged construction was required because they knew what tournament fishermen would put their boats through. Finally, it has the fit and finish of the finest boats while having the price that most could afford. The result is a boat that is unequalled. It's fast- very fast. It's extremely dry and built with the latest technology and best materials in the boating industry. The INVINCIBLE is a true tournament boat that has set a new standard in the industry.

The INVINCIBLE open fisherman is in a class by itself. Designed to be fished hard and handles a long distance run in rough conditions without giving up comfort or the need for a dry boat. Every INVINCIBLE is constructed with the finest grade materials with each individual inch, from stem to stern, constructed to keep it balanced and efficient. The unique hull has a one of a kind stepped layout. The steps create a remarkable air fed tunnel providing a better ride and increased speed over any other conventional hull. All plugs and molds for the boat are made by Marine Concepts using state of the art five axis computerized router and cutting machines, guaranteeing a fit and finish that is unsurpassed. In addition, each section of the boat is assembled with tolerances of less than half an inch and the entire stringer system is secured to the liner using WELD-ON. The deck and liner are also bonded using methacrylate adhesive. The skeletal frame is a molded grid stringer system; this gives the boat more strength as the bulkheads and stringers become one inseparable unit. The assemblage is then tapered to create even more stability.

Our commitment to every detail provides the strongest, yet lightest boat possible. With the INVINCIBLE, you get consoles that have the ability to handle an array of electronics including two 15" screens. Our consoles are designed to let the electronics cover panel slide away when not in use. Fumbling with the plexiglass and salt water spray on your electronics will become irritations of the past. The deck layout is a fisherman's dream. There are two insulated fish boxes in the rear that can hold multiple 60lb. kingfish or wahoos without bending their tails. The boat has two more giant fish boxes in the bow with an optional insulated coffin box. The deck has been raised to fight fish around the bow with ease. The entire cap of the boat has a diamond non skid surface, the most durable and easy to clean finish. The INVINCIBLE is raising the standards of the quality open fisherman.


 




Please contact Traver Smith at Invincible Boats for any questions or allow us to address any concerns you may have and to assist you in your purchase of the finest tournament grade center console on the market.

Traver Smith
Invincible Boat Company
Opa-Locka, FL
www.invincibleboats.com
813-404-9867


Edited by Wiley, 16 December 2013 - 01:16 PM.

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Posted 30 May 2011 - 06:19 PM

Thank you for being part of ReelBoating's NEW - Marine Vendor Forum.

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Posted 18 July 2011 - 02:34 PM

Added the Miami Show video to your post

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Posted 14 August 2011 - 09:31 PM

I helped a friend shop for a new boat. He wanted a 35ft+ CC with trips so he could fish the Central Bahamas. We went to factories from Ft. Pierce to Homestead to Tampa. We rode on hulls for sale. We attended all three boat shows and did in-depth comparisons. We even chartered several Captains who ran the short listed hulls..

The buyer's final choice was a 36 Invincible with trip F300 Yams. The build was flawless, and the cored & bagged hardtop came out perfectly. The performance & economy far exceeded his expectations.
Bravo, Alex & Team !!




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