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Invincible Boats expands headquarters

Invincible builds offshore V-bottoms and catamarans for offshore angling.

Invincible builds offshore V-bottoms and catamarans for offshore angling.

Invincible Boat Company, LLC, which manufacturers center console V-bottoms and catamarans has started a 50,000-square-foot expansion of its facilities in Opa Locka, Fla.

The company is adding a new building to its current campus and the expansion is expected to be up and running by the fall. Invincible also plans to add 50 more employees by the end of the year.

“We are seeing a lot of new demand for our premium performance saltwater, sportfishing monohulls and catamarans,” John Dorton, president and CEO of Invincible, said in a statement. “The boats are getting bigger and more sophisticated, so we are optimizing our work flow and increasing our work space to continue delivering exceptional boats to discerning customers.”

Dorton said a factory showroom will be part of the expansion. 

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