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PERFORMANCE, IN A MORE CONCENTRATED FORM.

Five years ago we teamed up with Morrelli & Melvin for the first time to show the world what a catamaran can truly achieve. Now it’s time to do it again with our smallest platform yet. We took the unprecedented performance, versatility and amenities of our model lineup and packaged it in a powerful, agile and nimble new form. Introducing the new Invincible 33’ Catamaran. A whole new size of serious.

Specifications

Length overall, dead rise at transom, weight with power*, standard fuel capacity.

400 GALLONS

1,514 LITRES

Maximum Horsepower

*weight is listed as “ready to fish” which indicates full fuel and livewells..

blueprints for 33 cat

Insulated Fish Box

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Highlighted features.

  • Single level deck
  • 360 walk around fishability
  • Patented catamaran hull design

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Above and Below Deck Livewells
  • AGM Sealed Batteries
  • Built-In Anchor Locker
  • Deluxe Console with Fully-Lined Interior-Room for Full-Sized Head
  • Under Deck Storage
  • Finished Bilge
  • Under Gunnel Lighting
  • High-Speed Pickup for Livewell Seachest
  • Interior Console Lights
  • Saltwater Washdown
  • Three Automatic 2,000 GPH Bilge Pumps
  • Waterproof Switches and Circuit Breaker Protected System
  • 100% Vinylester Resin Hull
  • 316 Stainless-Steel Hardware
  • Vacuum-Bagged Cored Hull Construction

POWER OPTIONS

  • Twin 300 Yamaha
  • Twin 300 Mercury Verado V8
  • Twin 400 Mercury Verado
  • Twin 450 R Mercury Racing (5.44”)

CUSTOM TOP OPTIONS

  • Folding Tower w/ Dual Station
  • Hard Buggy Top Upgrade
  • Crows Nest for Hardtop w/ Ladder
  • LED Spreader Lights (each)
  • Rupp Top Gun Revolution Outriggers
  • Rupp Carbon Fiber Outrigger Upgrade
  • Gem Deluxe Outriggers w/ Carbon Fiber Poles
  • Gem 22′ Outrigger Upgrade (pair)
  • Rod Holders for Back of Hardtop (6)
  • Kingfish Rodholders (pair)
  • 3 Panel Polycarbonate Enclosure
  • 2 Panel Polycarbonate Wings
  • Windshield Enclosure
  • Windshield Tempered Glass Upgrade
  • Windshield 2 Panel Polycarbonate Wings
  • Hardtop Rear Support Legs
  • Double Rod Rack Upgrade (needs rear support)

FISHING ACCESSORY OPTIONS

  • Rod Holders on Side of Gunwale Additional (each)
  • Rod Holders on Console Vertical (each)
  • Rod Holders on Coffin Box (each)
  • Heavy Duty Swivel Rod Holders (each)
  • Livewell Seachest 2 pumps
  • Livewell Seachest 3 pumps
  • Livewell Seachest 4 pumps
  • Large Livewell Seachest 6 pumps
  • Additional High Speed Pickup
  • Above Deck Livewell Connections (each)
  • Clear Plexiglass Lid for Livewell (Floor Well)
  • Under Gunnel Rod Racks (each)
  • Under Gunnel Gaff Holders (each)
  • Electric Reel Outlets (each)
  • Colored Livewell (each)
  • Livewell Light (each)
  • In Floor Livewell – 70 gallons

SEATING OPTIONS

  • Twin Custom Llebroc Helm Chairs
  • Deluxe Back to Back Helm Seat w/ Built in cooler
  • Rear-facing Tackle Station Upgrade
  • Rear Bench Seating (Removable)

ENHANCEMENT AND CONVENIENCE

  • Fancy Rigid Rubrail with Stainless Insert
  • Dive Ladder – Transom Pullout Style
  • Fresh Water Washdown
  • Hose Coil Kits for Fresh and Salt Washdowns
  • Additional Hose Coil Kit for Salt Washdown
  • Additional Hose Coil Kit for Fresh Washdown
  • Deluxe Electric Head in Console
  • Windlass in Hull w/ Custom Anchor and Bracket
  • SS Towing Eye Strike Plate Package
  • Under Water Lights LED – Blue & White (each)
  • Extra House Battery – AGM
  • Battery Charger with Galvanic Isolator
  • Stainless Steel Cupholders on Gunwale (each)
  • Ultra Junior Float Switch Upgrade (each)
  • Upper Console Keeper

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  • Custom One Color Gelcoat for Hull
  • Full Coaming Bolsters
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  • Seadek Console Exterior Package
  • Seadek Console Interior Package

COVER AND SHADE OPTIONS

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  • Aft Bahama Shade
  • Extended Console-Coffin Cover
  • Leaning Post Cover
  • Motor Cover (each)
  • Second Station Box Cover

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2022 Invincible 33 Catamaran

  • By Boating Tech Team
  • December 6, 2021

Invincible’s 33 catamaran is one of the most stable and comfortable to run on the water, thanks to the exclusive, patented Morrelli & Melvin hull design.

Invincible 33 Catamaran running in the ocean

The Invincible’s hybrid semi-asymmetrical hull applies the best characteristics of an asymmetrical catamaran with the soft-riding symmetrical cats. The result is a boat that makes sharp turns without awkward outboard heeling. Even in quartering seas, the sponsons stand firm in the slop. Double steps increase efficiency.

The helm station offers three-wide seating with a centered wheel. The leaning-post seat is comfortable for sitting or leaning. A step below the helm adds comfort while standing or seated. The station itself offers massive room for dual 20-inch (or larger) screens and, in our case, a 9-inch VesselView display, an Icom VHF radio and a Fusion stereo controller. The hardtop stretches wide and aft of the leaning post, keeping the helm glare-free and shaded.

Invincible 33 Catamaran helm

The fighting cockpit is impressively spacious, taking full advantage of the 10-foot-3-inch beam. An oval livewell with a clear acrylic lid in the transom is 65 gallons, pressurized, and fed from a sea chest with three pumps in the starboard sponson. To port of this livewell is a pair of drawers ideal for tackle, rope, or wash and wax supplies. There’s also a larger 65-gallon livewell below the sole.

Invincible 33 Catamaran forward lounge

The mezzanine seat (back of the leaning post) is triple-wide, and the seating angle is designed to lean back even when the boat is on plane. Tackle storage is conveniently accessed behind the drop-down seatback and in the sides of the leaning post.

Four fish boxes and a coffin box ahead of the center console offer plenty of fish storage, and they pump out with durable gulper pumps instead of temperamental macerators. 

Invincible 33 Catamaran cockpit

A dual lounge forward of the helm features thick cushions, deep bolsters, armrests and handy cup holders. Invincible’s great ride and spacious deck make it a formidable fishing machine, but one that can deliver comfort during casual cruises or long rides to the angling grounds.

High Points

  • Forty-seven rod holders arrayed in gunwales, the transom, and the leaning post and center console.
  • Mezzanine seating converts to a tackle station, with spacious tackle storage in the leaning post.

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How We Tested

  • Engines: Twin 400 hp Mercury Verado
  • Drive/Prop: Outboard/Mercury Enertia 16″ x 19″ stainless steel
  • Gear Ratio: 1.75:1 Fuel Load: 50 gal. Crew Weight: 600 lb.

Pricing and Specs

Price: See dealer
LOA: 33’11”
Beam: 10’3″
Draft: 1’10” (engines up)
Dry Weight: 9,800 lb. (approx.)
Seat/Weight Capacity: Yacht Certified
Fuel Capacity: 400 gal.

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Invincible 33 Catamaran First Glance

  • By Chris Woodward
  • Updated: October 29, 2020

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Invincible Boats has added to its stable of catamaran vessels with the new 33. The company also just unveiled a new 46 at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on Oct. 28. The two new models join already popular 35-, 37- and 40-footers.

“Our brand is focused on the serious saltwater sport fisherman, and as such, we believe that the most effective size range to chase trophy fish is 33 to 49 feet,” CEO John Dorton says. “With the launch of our new 33-foot catamaran, we officially have the largest model offering in this segment. No matter how or where you fish, we have a model for you.”

RELATED: Invincible 35 Catamaran First Glance

All of Invincible’s catamarans use the same patented hybrid semi-asymmetrical multihull, which was created by Morrelli & Melvin — designers of America’s Cup and Olympic competition cats.

The Invincible 33 Catamaran features two livewells and four fish boxes.

The 33 is technically just an inch shy of 34 feet in length overall. Its beam measures 10 feet 3 inches — on multihulls, the boat’s beam essentially carries from transom to bow. The new cat features two livewells, one on the centerline in the transom and one belowdecks to starboard of the mezzanine seating, four fish boxes, and additional storage in the bow.

The twin-outboard platform carries up to 900 hp and 400 gallons of fuel.

Specifications:

  • LOA: 33 ft. 11 in.
  • Beam: 10 ft. 3 in.
  • Weight: 9,800 lb. (w/ power)
  • Transom Deadrise: (cat)
  • Fuel Capacity: 400 gal.
  • Max HP: 900 hp
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Invincible 33 Catamaran: 2022 Boat Buyers Guide

  • December 17, 2021

There are many ways to describe a boat, but Invincible has settled upon one word that embodies grace, strength, agility and more: athletic. 

Invincible 33 overhead

“The fact is,” the company says proudly, “no one today builds a more athletic fishing machine.”

Invincible introduced its now-classic center-console Invincible 36 in 2006, built on the patented Stepped-Vee Ventilated Tunnel design from naval architect Michael Peters. Invincible’s monohull boats still ride on that distinctive hull design.

Next, Invincible partnered with multihull specialist Morrelli & Melvin Design to create a center-console catamaran line whose patented hybrid, semi-asymmetrical design leads the industry in ride, handling and speed. The boat’s fishability is enriched by its single-level deck and ability to gaff a fish from the bow.

Invincible 33 Catamaran

Invincible’s smallest cat—with siblings to 46 feet—takes the performance, versatility and amenities of those larger boats and packages them in a powerful, agile and nimble new one: what the company calls “a whole new size of serious.”

Atop the patented catamaran hull, a single-level deck offers 360-degree walk-around fishability. Within the deck is generous storage and insulated fish boxes and livewells; another livewell is in the transom, among other options. 

A high-speed pickup is ready to serve an optional sea chest. The deluxe console has ample space for battlewagon-style electronics, and is lined and lighted within to offer space for a full-size head. Match your fishing style with a custom top: a hardtop or folding tower with a dual station, plus a buggy-style hardtop and/or crow’s-nest. Rupp or Gem outriggers are options, as are additional rod holders, electric-reel outlets, LED spreader lights, and seating additions and upgrades including custom Llebroc helm chairs.

For power, choose from twin Yamaha 300s or Mercury Verado or Racing outboards.

Manufacturer’s Remark

With the size making it easy to trailer, this was purpose-built for customers interested in big-cat performance to align with their size needs.

Performance Data

  • Test Power: Twin 400 Mercury Verado
  • Test Props: Mercury Eco Enertia, 19”
  • Test Load: 11,000 lb. boat and power, plus 50 gal. fuel, one passenger
  • Test Speed: 65.5 mph @ 6,800 rpm
  • Max Range: 525 mi., 41 mph @ 4,500 rpm
LOA: 33’11”
Beam: 10’3”
Fuel Capacity: 400 gal.
Dry Weight: 11,000 lb. with power
Max HP: 900
Certifications: NMMA

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Invincible’s exclusive catamaran hull design makes it one of the most stable, easy-handling and efficient offshore boats on the water. Each hull is built to order and designed for serious anglers. – Randy Vance, Editor-at-Large, Boating and Fishing Group

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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

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Cruising catamarans have been around for decades, but early models—often plywood and fiberglass vessels built by their owners from plans and kits, kept the boats on the fringes of mainstream sailing. That all changed, though, as big roomy cats were discovered by sailors who went off to charter in the Caribbean, where the multihulls proved their worth as comfortable liveaboard and party boats.

Today’s bluewater catamarans roam the globe, carrying families to exotic destinations across the Pacific and beyond. Just as with their monohull cousins, there is no best catamaran. Instead there is a wide variety of designs, ranging from small catamarans that offer the ease of maintenance a couple might enjoy to performance catamarans capable of easily knocking off 250-mile days. Today, the best catamaran brands offer a range of size models and layouts that can be optimized for an owner sailing with family and friends, or for the charter market, where there’s a demand for four, five and even six cabins worth of accommodations.

The most prolific catamaran manufacturers are in France and South Africa where yards include both large-run production builders and niche companies building fewer than 10 boats a year.

The best cruising catamarans offer good load-carrying ability and respectable performance. As with any sailboat , a modern catamaran’s design is a result of compromises. Daggerboards or keels? Galley up or galley down? Spacious owner’s cabin or extra bunks? There are lots of options to choose from—and that’s what makes looking at these sailboats fun!

Here, then is an eclectic A to Z list of some of the best catamarans that have helped shaped the evolution of how we live and sail on two hulls.

Antares 44i

Antares 44i catamaran

Now built in Argentina as a full-fledged, bluewater catamaran and cruiser that can be safely operated by a shorthanded couple or family crew, the Antares 44i features a fully covered cockpit with a quartet of big, standard solar panels recessed within the hardtop, one example of a yacht capable of long-range passagemaking.

Atlantic 42

Atlantic 42 Catamaran

Almost 30 years ago, yacht designer Chris White revolutionized catamaran design with the first in his series of Atlantic cats, the primary feature of which was the innovative mid-ship sailing cockpit forward of the main cabin. The smallest in the Atlantic line, the 42 remains White’s most popular design ever.

Bahia 46 catamaran

Fountaine-Pajot has built so many outstanding cruising catamarans that it’s difficult to narrow down any single boat, but we’ve always been fans of the good-looking, well-thought-out Bahia 46. At 46 feet, the boat is large enough for offshore forays and has plenty of volume; with its simple but powerful sail plan, it’s also an excellent performer.

Catana 471 catamarans

Beginning around 1996, the French builder Catana was one of the first companies to manufacture fully found cruising cats for private ownership, and this Christophe Barreau design, which enjoyed a nearly 10-year production run from 1997-2006, was emblematic of this first generation of safe, fun, long-legged offshore voyagers.

Click here to see more cats from Catana.

Catana 50 catamaran

When it comes to speed, light boats are fast ones. And if you wish to save weight, that means exotic modern materials like carbon. Catana now infuses the laminates of their entire production line with carbon fiber, and for this list, we’ve chosen the Catana 50 Carbon, one of the zippiest cats now crossing oceans.

Click here to read about a couple’s charter aboard a Catana 50.

Gemini 105M

Gemini 105M catamaran

Pioneering catamaran sailor, builder and designer Tony Smith launched the first of his 33-foot Gemini 105M’s (10.5 meters = 33′) in 1993, and soon after found a ready and willing stream of sailors enamored of the boat’s compact size, affordable price tag, and such innovations as the nifty lifting rudder and transom steps.

Click here to read about the Gemini Legacy 35.

Gunboat 62 catamaran

Built between 2000-2005, the Gunboat 62 firmly established the Gunboat brand: go-anywhere cats that applied race-boat technology to a world-cruising platform. Hull no. 1, Tribe, was built for company founder Peter Johnstone, who then spent a year-and-a-half cruising with his family, smiling all the way.

Kronos 45 catamaran

French builder Henri Wauquiez is best known for his long career building monohulls, but the Kronos 45 cat, which he launched in 1992, was ahead of her time. Classic lines, the aft “targa bar” over the cockpit, the louvered coach roof windows, even the distinctive stripes on her hull: the Kronos 45 remains timeless.

Lagoon 380 catamaran

No roundup of cruising cats would be complete without several Lagoon entries, and the best of that impressive bunch might well be the Lagoon 380. Originally launched in 1999, and revered for its combination of quality, volume and performance, with over 740 boats built the 380 is still going strong.

Lagoon 440 catamaran

Launched five years after the breakthrough 380, the Lagoon 440 was an evolutionary design that featured a raised flybridge helm station, a unique “gullwing” configuration below the bridge deck, expanded windows in the hull and much more. With 400 boats built in a 6-year production run, the 440 was an unqualified success.

Lagoon 620 catamaran

How big can a production cat, still operable by a short-handed crew, really be? The builders at Lagoon discovered that 62-feet hit a sweet spot in the marketplace, and have sold over 70 boats since its introduction in 2010. The centerpiece of this design is the sensational steering station atop the flybridge, with expansive views of the sea and sky.

Click here to see more cats from Lagoon.

Leopard 40 catamaran

With an unmatched pedigree – designed by premier multihull naval architects Gino Morelli and Pete Melvin, built by the prestigious Robertson & Caine boatyard in South Africa, and commissioned by chartering giant The Moorings – the Leopard 40 was, perhaps unsurprisingly, Cruising World ’s Import Boat of the Year in 2005.

Louisiane 37

Louisiane 37 catamaran

Based on the famous French racing cat Charente-Maritime, the Louisiane 37, designed by Joubert/Nivelt and launched by builder Fountaine-Pajot in 1983, was a light, fast liveaboard cruiser with full accommodations that represented a radical departure from the hefty British cats that preceded it.

Maine Cat 30

Maine Cat 30 catamaran

One of the more versatile and clever cats ever created, the central feature of the cool Maine Cat 30 is the open bridge deck/living room sandwiched between the hulls and canopied by a rigid, permanent hard top (the comfortable accommodations/ staterooms are stationed in the hulls). Ideal for a winter in the Bahamas but with the ability to sail offshore, it’s a boat for all seasons and reasons.

Manta 42 catamaran

Built in Florida and beloved by the owners of the over 120 boats built during the company’s existence from 1993 to 2009, the Manta Catamarans range included 38-, 40- and 44-foot cats. For this exercise, however, we’re heralding the original Manta 42, which won the Best Value Overall prize in CW’s 2001 Boat of the Year contest.

Moorings 4800/Leopard 48

Leopard 48 catamaran

Another Leopard/Moorings collaboration built by the wizards at Robertson & Caine (though this boat was designed by fellow South African Alex Simonis), the Leopard 48 was another CW Boat of the Year winner with all the contemporary bells and whistles: forward cockpit, flybridge helm station and solid hardtop dodger, just to name a few.

Click here to read more about the Leopard 48, and click here to see more images.

Nautitech 441

Nautitech 441 catmaran

The Best Multihull Under 45 Feet: So said the CW judging panel in the 2013 Boat of the Year competition, regarding the Nautitech 441. But what makes this versatile platform so intriguing are the different helm set-ups. The 441 employs a single wheel, to starboard, ideal for solo sailors, while the 442 has a pair of helm stations aft.

Click here to see more Nautitech Catamarans.

Outremer 5X

Catamaran

A state-of-the-art all-oceans cat that exemplifies how far multihull design has come, the 59-foot Outremer 5X was a winner on both sides of the Atlantic, taking top honors in the European Boat of the Year competition in 2013, and following up as the Best Full-Size Multihull in CW ’s contest a year later.

Click here to see more cats from Outremer.

St. Francis 50

St. Francis 50

The flagship of the proud St. Francis line – built in South Africa since 1990 to designs by local legends Lavranos Marine Design – the St. Francis 50 is another “luxury cat” that shares much in common with an earlier 48-foot sister-ship, but packs even more payload into its roomier lines.

Click here to read more about the St. Francis 50

Seawind 1000

Seawind 1000 catamaran

Founded by Aussie surfer and sailor Richard Ward in 1982, the 33-foot Seawind 1000 is easily the most popular cruising cat ever built in Australia (the company has since moved its manufacturing and management operations to Vietnam). Roomy and airy, these cats dot the coastline of eastern Oz.

Seawind 1160

1160 catamaran

If the Seawind 1000 was a minimalist approach to cruising cats, the 38-foot Seawind 1160 is the flip side of the coin, a full-fledged long-range voyager. Among the reasons it was named CW ’s Most Innovative boat for 2007 is the unique “tri-folding” door that stashes overhead to open up the saloon and cockpit into a spacious living area.

Click here to read more about the Seawind 1160.

Sunsail 384

Sunsail 384 catamaran

Every sailboat is a compromise, and in the case of the Sunsail 384 (also sold privately as the Leopard 38) that’s a good thing, because designers Morrelli & Melvin and builder Robertson and Caine got the balance just right with this relatively small catamaran. With four cabins, the 384 can carry the same size bareboat charter crowd as her larger siblings, but does so with a decided bounce in her step. Named CW’s Import Boat of the Year in 2010, you can gauge the success of the design by the grins on the crew as they barrel down Sir Francis Drake channel in the British Virgin Islands.

Victoria 67

Victoria 67 catamaran

The French design office of Berret Racoupeau drafted the lines of Fountaine-Pajot’s new flagship, introduced in 2013, a magnificent world-girdling voyaging catamaran. Like other giant cats launched in recent years, the boat features a sensational upper deck with all sail controls, helm and lounging stations.

Click here to see more images of the Victoria 67.

Wharram Tanaroa

Wharram catamaran

No list of influential multihulls would be complete without the work of James Wharram, and while Tangaroa wasn’t a production cat by any means, it showcases the British designer’s respect for ancient Polynesian craft. Wharram sailed this 23-foot-6-inch “double-hulled canoe” across the Atlantic in the 1950s, and sold countless plans for similar boats for decades afterwards.

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Morrelli & Melvin Design and Engineering announced the production of the SL 33 grand prix catamaran .

Morrelli & Melvin has collaborated with other world-renowned multihull specialists Hakes Marine in New Zealand, Streamline, North Sails and Landenberger Sails in Germany to design and build this beautiful and innovative catamaran SL 33.

Just under 10 meters (33 ft) long by 5.4 meters wide (17.71 ft) and 535 kgs (1320 lbs), the fully demountable SL33 is optimized for winds under 15 knots, because time and again light air proves to be the deciding factor in distance races.

Lightweight and strong, the hulls and beams are constructed of Epoxy carbon fiber prepregs and NOMEX honeycomb cores. Its curved carbon fiber daggerboards and dagger rudders are designed for peak performance across all wind ranges giving the four to five man crew the opportunity to push hard even in heavy winds and seas.

“We keep testing the limits of hull shapes, materials and performance with our racing designs. We have seen quantum leaps over the past two years, particularly with all of the developments that came out of the 2010 America’s Cup. It’s been a pleasure to share ideas with other multihull enthusiasts and design and develop a boat that all of the sailors and teams who want to experiment with multihull sailing can have in the very near future”, – Pete Melvin, Morrelli & Melvin co-founder.

“It’s the right concept at the right time. This boat will be great for lakes, bay and coastal day racing. It’s going to be a mini rocket ship …!” – Gino Morrelli.

Specification of the SL 33 Catamaran :

LWL: 10.00 m BOC: 5.40 m BOA: 8.16 m weight: 535 kg

Related links: SL 33 Catamaran Morrelli & Melvin Design and Engineering

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