• Price$205,000
  • Length36'
  • MakeInvincible
  • Built2008

Miami, FL

owner moving to larger Intrepid, no more fishing; now grand children

Specifications

  • Current Price$205,000
  • Year2008
  • Length36'
  • Hull MaterialFiberglass
  • Fuel Capacity475|gallon
  • Beam10 ft
  • Location (city)Miami
  • Location (state)FL
  • Location (country)US

Essential Information

  • MLS® #7185174
  • Model36 CC
  • Builder
  • TypePower
  • Sub-TypeCruise Ship, Center Consoles, Sports Fishing Boats
  • StatusActive

Hull

  • # of Heads1
  • Dry Weight9,000 lb

Engine 1

  • TypePower
  • Fuelunleaded
  • Makemercury
  • Modelverado
  • Hours420
  • Drive TransmissionStern
  • Power300|horsepower
  • Year2013
  • Boat Engine Location CodeCenter Port
  • Propeller Type4 Blade, Stainless Steel

Engine 2

  • TypePower
  • Fuelunleaded
  • Makemercury
  • Modelverado
  • Hours420
  • Drive TransmissionStern
  • Power300|horsepower
  • Year2013
  • Boat Engine Location CodeCenter
  • Propeller Type4 Blade, Stainless Steel

Engine 3

  • TypePower
  • Fuelunleaded
  • Makemercury
  • Modelverado
  • Hours420
  • Power300|horsepower
  • Year2013
  • Boat Engine Location CodeStarboard
  • Propeller Type4 Blade, Stainless Steel

general information

One of the most sought-after fishing boats on the water, the semicustom Invincible 36 is a high-tech center console built to handle the most challenging sea conditions. The one-of-a-kind hull was designed by a renowned naval architect Michael Peters; not only are there two steps, but the lightweight vacuum-bagged hull features a unique tunnel that is fed air by the steps. The tunnel is said to give the boat a better ride and increased speed over conventional stepped hulls. Quality hardware and impeccable detailing are evident throughout the boat. The single-level deck exudes fishability with wide walkways around the console, full coaming bolsters, retractable cleats and recessed bow rails. Fishing features a 50-gallon transom livewell and 60-gallon in-sole livewell, four large insulated fish boxes (two forward, two aft), and rod holders on the hardtop, transom, leaning post, and five vertical holders on both sides of the console. The 36 Open has been the recipient of many refinements over the years including several seating options, a revised side-entry console and an upgraded hardtop. Triple Verados F300 outboards reach a top speed of over 55 Knots

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