23' 2016 Epic | Tampa Yacht Sales
23 ft $53,495.00 Boat History Report


Check out this amazingly versatile 2016 center console bay boat from Epic. It is powered by a 2017 Mercury 200 HP four stroke with 325 hours on the clock and all services are current and up to date. Easily shown by appointment.



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Specifications

Manufacturer: Epic
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Year: 2016
Category: Center Consoles
Condition: Used
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Location: Brandon Florida United States
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Boat Type: Power
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Hull Material: Fiberglass
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Length: 23' - 7.01 m
Beam: 8' 6"
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Draft (min): 1' 2"
Draft (max): 1' 6"
Bridge Clearance: "
Engine Count: 1
Engine 1
Make: Mercury
Model: 200FS
Type: Outboard
Year: 2017
Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Hours: 325.00
Power: 200.00hp | 0.00kw
Drive Type: Sail
Fuel Tank: 88 gallons - Gas/Petrol
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Manufacturer’s description

The Epic 23 hits the sweet spot of big bay boats, offering light weight, shallow draft and unbeatable stability for moving about on the deck to fight fish. Even the passages alongside the helm station give plenty of space to rush past to follow a fish fore or aft. The entire sole and casting decks are covered in a dirt- and grime-repelling nonskid ­surface that hoses down easily at the end of the day.


The Epic 23 SC looks great as an open boat with its flared bow and ample freeboard. It is those characteristics that make the boat capable of bluewater fishing when the weather cooperates. It can be equipped with a T-top for added comfort and rod storage.


The helm station boasts a full array of lighted electrical switches in plain sight and in easy reach. A tilting stainless-steel wheel with knob gives a substantial feel of heft while navigating bays, flats and inlets. Epic partners with Simrad electronics, equipping each helm with a 7-inch NSS evo2 multifunction display (MFD). This also eliminates gauges because the engine functions display directly on the MFD, along with GPS/chart plotter CHIRP sonar and optional StructureScan.


Jump seats in the aft deck add secure seating for anglers. Forward of the console is a double seat for passenger comfort. All told, the vessel can seat six. A custom trailer is also available.