Horizon Yacht Sales - Invincible Built to be Legendary
Built to be legendary
In 2006, Invincible teamed up with renowned naval architect Michael Peters to create an innovation in hull design that would enable powerboats to increase their fuel efficiency and the stability of their ride. The Stepped Vee Ventilated Tunnel (SVVT) was born, and the whole industry has benefitted as a result. At Horizon Yacht Sales we are proud to announce our partnership with Invincible, our British Virgin Islands fleet will be greatly expanded by their yachts.
Invincible Yachts Mono-Hulls
The Invincible monohull range stretches from the 33ft Open to the 42ft Centre Cabin. While the marque has been developed with offshore sportfishing in mind, the entire range makes fabulous fast day boats that are dry, comfortable and built with the structural integrity to withstand offshore conditions, for a lifetime, whilst retaining the finish that the brand is also renowned for. The 42, with its air-conditioned cabin, may just be the ultimate BVI Island Hopper.
Invincible Yachts Catamarans
On the back of their monohull success, in 2017, Invincible contracted two of the most respected names in catamaran design – Gino Morelli and Pete Melvin of Morelli and Melvin. The brief was to create a power catamaran that handled well at speed, lean inward during a turn, and not bury her bows in a following sea. The patented, semi-asymmetric multihull design has produced a stable, fast, comfortable and dry ride, without the compromises in multihull power cat handling encountered in older designs.
Whether you are drawn by the classic lines of the monohulls or the contemporary and purposeful lines of the power cats, the Invincible ranges suit the discerning boat owner who wants the confidence and comfort an Invincible provides underway, with the practicality, longevity and understated aesthetics that exude quality from every angle at rest. Perfect choice for exploring and experiencing what BVI has to offer.
Many of these features are available across the entire range of monohulls and catamarans, but focusing on the 40ft catamaran for a moment, consider some of these options; twin 24-inch chart plotters, autopilot, fusion audio, electric windlass, T-top, windshield enclosure, dual row seating, fold-up armrests, console loungers, pull out cooler, 12-rod holders, dive door (tuna door/ easy water access door), two sets of washdowns, electric head and wash basin, huge dry storage/coolers and fish storage. It has a flat and level bow, with concealed windlass and fender storage. The 40ft power cat with the 12ft beam may rival the 42ft monohull as the ultimate island chaser, topping out at 75mph with quadruple 400s on the back. Or perhaps be the owner of the first 46ft Invincible power cat in the BVI.