Home The Current Feeling Invincible

Feeling Invincible

by Kate Calamusa
Image Courtesy of Invincible Boats

Avid anglers, take note: There’s a new fishing expert ready to tackle Puget Sound waters. Florida-based Invincible Boats has recently made its way from the eastern seaboard to the left coast, with two of its sport fishing models—the popular 39’ open monohull and new 37’ catamaran—now available in Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia via Schooner Boat Works. The twin-hulled, twin-stepped catamaran, seen at last month’s Seattle Boat Show, is well equipped for your next weekend on the water. Sporting 360-degree walk-around fishability on deck and a 600-plus nautical mile range, the catamaran offers a wealth of accessory upgrade options: heavy-duty swivel rod holders; electric reel outlets; or even an in-floor, 70-gallon livewell equipped with a stunning clear top so that you can admire your catch after the fact. Invincible Boats made their debut in 2006 with a monohull design that impressed offshore anglers with its speed and maneuverability in water. Now the catamaran models feature a hybrid multihull design that maintains the same powerful, yet stable ride while offering more space for a few more fishing buddies to board. For more details on all the models available from Invincible Boats at Schooner Creek, visit: schoonercreek.com.

You may also like

Leave a Comment