The new Crownline Eclipse E23 XS doesn’t just come with enriching options – it counts most of them as standards. Let’s check these out.
Full-length oversized extended swim platform? Check. As an added touch it’s padded with a soft-touch, non-slip platform mat so everyone is safer climbing out of the water.
Handheld shower in the transom? Check. This is a nice way to rinse off after a swim.
Aft electric lounge seating? Check. With finger-light position adjustments you can relax sitting up, reclining flat, or anywhere in between.
Deluxe shock-absorbing driver and passenger bucket seats with flip-up bolsters? Check. And they easily turn around to create a conversation-friendly cockpit while you’re beached at that favorite cove.
Head compartment? Check. Because this model was designed with a deep sheer line, you get a bigger, taller enclosed area with room for a sink, solid surface countertop, handheld shower, opening portlight and a porta-potti.
We could honestly go on and on. After talking with Marketing Manager Amy Turner, we want to clue you in on what she said.
“We have been overwhelmed by the positive response to our all new 23-foot outboard. It is a great performer with an impressive NAP price and head-turning good looks. You will be seeing a lot of these on the water!” she shared.
Yes, about that price – considering the luxury amenities that come onboard, what do you think this deck boat is nationally advertised for? That would be just $56,995, including a Mercury 200 Verado (L4) engine with DTS controls. Check. What new deck boats will we see next?