Welcome to Trick Powerboats!
We're thrilled to announce the arrival of the new Trick 23' Widebody. The boat was created and tooled by Jeff Haag, who invested nearly two years in its meticulous design and construction.
The Trick 23' Widebody boasts a contemporary catamaran design with an elevated center pod, perfectly engineered to accommodate today's heavier and higher horsepower outboard motors.
She's a big girl,
with a overall width of 8' 6" and a cockpit that surrounds you with a wrap around windshield that you look through, not over, which is a first in its class. Finally...a 23' catamaran that you sit in, not on, that delivers the look and feel of a much larger cat. Power options include a single Mercury 300R, 400R, 500R or twin 300R's.
Seeing the lines and curves of this girl will make you smile....it's a good day at Trick Powerboats and we're proud to share it.
23 Widebody Specs
23' 1" LOA
8' 6" Beam
55" Tunnel Width
67" Cockpit Width
33" Cockpit Depth
2+2 cockpit design
Center Pod or True Tunnel Option
Power Options: Single Mercury 300R, 400R, 500R and twin 300R's
The hull, deck, cockpit liner, and seats will all be built using a vacuum infusion process with vinyl ester resin, ensuring that the build quality is nothing less than exceptional. We recently began production of the first boat and our projections are a bare hull weight of 1142 lbs. The base model comes equipped with a Mercury 300R, fully rigged with hydraulic steering and a hydraulic jackplate. It also features a 9-inch Garmin display with Vessel View, a Fusion stereo system, LED navigation lights, a 3/8-inch acrylic windshield, twin aluminum fuel tanks, stainless hardware, EVA flooring, and a Wesco double-axle aluminum trailer.
At present, the all-inclusive turn-key pricing stands at $127,242.
We'll keep you informed with the latest specifications and performance data as they become available. The boat measures 23' 1" in length overall (LOA) and has a width of 8'6", with a tunnel width of 55". The elevated center pod was designed to provide additional static flotation and improve midrange handling characteristics. Fuel capacity is 54 or 60 gallons in 2 aluminum tanks. Larger catamaran owners will appreciate the 3/8" acrylic windscreen providing full wrap around wind protection. We're expecting great things with the Trick 23 Widebody and we'll continue to post updates on the progress in production as well as water test data shortly.
We're committed to building the 23 Widebody using the finest materials and premium products available in the market. Our dedication to excellence is reflected in our manufacturing process, which employs a state-of-the-art vacuum infusion method utilizing multi-axle fiberglass and 100% vinyl ester resin. For added strength and durability, we incorporate marine foam core materials in the deck, hull and liner, while bulkheads are reinforced with honeycomb core and multi-axle fiberglass. The transom is engineered to handle today's higher weight and higher horsepower motors to effortlessly tackle the most challenging waters with confidence. Whether your build includes a single 300R or twin 400R motors, we've got you covered. We're proud to produce quality you can count on, year after year.
Quality you can count on.
Built to Perform
The 23 Widebody features a distinctive hull design with several unique characteristics. Measuring at 23 feet and 1 inch in length and 8 feet and 6 inches in width, this boat stands out. It boasts a tunnel width of 55 inches, enabling it to efficiently compress air at lower speeds.
The elevated center pod serves a distinct function. It was designed to maintain contact with the water during low and mid-speed operation, delivering outstanding handling characteristics reminiscent of center-pod catamarans. The pod is positioned at a height that perfectly aligns with the inner chines on the sponsons, hovering well above the hull's running surface. This elevation effectively lifts the center pod above the boat's running surface at higher speeds, minimizing drag and reducing resistance, ultimately enhancing the boat's speed capabilities. The pod's dead rise also ensures a gentler re-entry into the water providing the best ride possible.