Super Utility 23
Simplify, then add lgihtness
This is an exclusive inboard version of the Utility 23. Powered by the new generation V6 and V8 Mercruiser engines (250 and 350 hp), it is lightning fast with a top speed of up to 64 knots. Even at such speeds these engines are very quiet and vibration free. The Super Utility's hull is especialy balanced for inboard engines, with a shorter transom step.
"Simplify, then add lightness"Colin Chapman's famous mantra has been the inspiration for the new Cormate Utility 23 series. The aim has been to create a simple and minimalistic boat, but with quality, finish and details that belongs at the top level of the premium class. This is true Cormate quality in every detail.
The extreme efficiently of the Utility 23 has been made possible by simplifying and lightening all parts of the boat. There are no unnecessary panels and every square centimeter of laminate is designed to be minimized, yet the outside areas are larger than on many other boats in this class. Needless decoration or "design gimmick" is completely absent. Here, it's all about efficiency and function.
Although simplification has been prioritized, the hull itself is highly advanced. Never before have Cormate boats racing genes been more apparent. Extremely low weight and a new and revolutionary central ventilated "Monostep" (developed by Cormate) provides an efficiency that until now has been impossible to achieve with this size and type of boat. By this central ventilation of the step through the self-drainage system (one of many double functions) it was possible to construct a much shorter and narrower step than normal. The Monostep construction reduces the risk of oversteer and "Spin Out" at high speeds, a well known drawback on some stepped hull constructions.
By making the last part of the bow straighter, the hull’s effective water length is increased, but not to the extreme that the bow’s angel of attack does not provide enough hydrodynamic lift when diving in to large waves - or making it difficult when going ashore on rocky shorelines. Utility 23 also has an aggressive delta-bottom construction (hull width decreases fast toward the bow), but has still a relatively moderate deadrise progression compared to many other modern hulls. The combination provides a precise and soft ride without an unforgiving "double rudder" effect. This further reduces the risk of the bow to oversteer in following swells or a "Spin Out" at high speeds.
The combination of the Monostep construction, the aggressive delta shape and the sharp 24.5 degree Vee, ensures sporty performance and comfort far beyond what’s usual in this class. The cost-effective simplified and smart production methods, makes the boat very affordable even with the high level of quality. Combined with the light weight and super efficient hull it’s also very economical to own.
Length: 711/715 cm (depending on the rub rail type)
Width: 227/235 cm (depending on the rub rail type)
Draught: from 65 cm
Weight from: 1200 kg (from)
Fuel: 150-200 l
Top speed: 54-68 knots
4.5L V6 250 hp Bravo1, DTS 250
6.2L V8 350 hp Bravo 1, DTS 350
TDI 3.0 V6 270 hp Bravo X, DTS 270
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