23 Voyager

About the 23 Voyager

The 23 Voyager is a fully enclosed walk-around center cabin providing all the conveniences of a center console with the weather protection comforts of a full cabin. The pilothouse seats two adults, stands three and has 6’4” headroom. One of the nice features about this center cabin walk-around is that when you exit the pilothouse you are standing on the cockpit floor, with easy access to all areas of the boat and surrounded by a deck coaming that is 22″ high. Strategically placed grab rails allow you to walk forward or aft and always be within reach of a strong safe holding spot. The cabin has great ventilation, both the front and rear windows open, the doors open 20″ wide and there is a roof hatch that blows air directly behind your head when underway. Additionally, there are two opening side ports in the cuddy and the rooftop has graceful overhangs all around for sun and rain protection.

Commercial Grade Pilothouse Protection

Inside the pilothouse you’ll be quietly protected from the elements, especially when the doors and rear window are closed. To enhance daytime visibility, the dash is coated with a flat finish to reduce glare onto the windows. For improved nighttime clarity, all windows are tint free. The dash has an electronics gauge pod, a chart table to port, a fiddle to prevent items from sliding off the dash and a crewmember grab rail.

Overhead there’s a convenient radio box containing the wiper and electrical switch panels. Aft on the overhead is a handy shelf for small gear, such as flares and first aid kits. Red/White dome lights are located in the pilothouse and cuddy.

The Voyager is equipped with two-speed, self-parking, full-sweep windshield wipers. They have high quality pantograph arms and blades that are of maximum length to clear as much glass as possible. Good wipers and a tight pilothouse make those rainy days enjoyable boating days.

What makes the Voyager unique is the design and quality of its sliding side entry doors. They are all-welded aluminum, insulated, powder coated white, have “easy grab” outside handrails and a partial lock-open feature that permits the doors to be cracked open 3″. It’s not uncommon to “crack” the leeward door for ventilation even in the rain. Both doors are lockable for exceptional security. With the Voyager there is no need to snap and unsnap canvas curtains. When you leave this boat for the day, you simply lock the doors.


Storage and Seats

You’ll find plenty of storage about the decks on the Voyager. The bow platform, in addition to serving as an excellent elevated casting deck, also provides plenty of room for anchors, dock lines, tool boxes, water jugs and other gear. This compartment is accessed through a scuppered lockable hatch and drains aft on the cockpit floor. For added seating comfort, there is an optional bow platform cushion. Just aft of the bow platform is the console front seat which comfortably seats two people.

Located in the rear cockpit behind the center cabin is a functional Tackle Station complete with louvered doors and stainless locksets. Extremely handy for storing fishing lures, pliers, gloves, etc. the compartment is large enough to accommodate three 5 gallon buckets or a small cooler.


The 23 Voyager is manufactured with 100% composite materials and utilizes an all fiberglass grid system firmly bonded to the hull to provide additional strength and deliver a solid ride. The foam filled grid and floor sections beneath the floor not only make the boat “unsinkable” but also add stiffness and dampen hull noise. Although not required to do so we incorporate the same U.S. Coast Guard flotation requirements mandatory for smaller boats to all our models providing you and your family safety and security every time you ride a Maritime.

An aggressive non-skid deck pattern combined with a self bailing cockpit makes the boat easy to clean and maintain; with almost all the rain from a heavy thunderstorm quickly draining out the stern scuppers there is little reason to worry about a flooded bilge. There is a choice for an all white interior cockpit or the traditional Maritime solid grey interior, both which utilize the highest quality gel coats for maximum durability and wear resistance.


Features & Specs

Standard Features

  • Voyager Pilot House Assembly w/ Lockable Sliding Doors
  • 50″ Leaning Post Assembly (includes cushion & rail)
  • 50″x70″ Berth Area w/ 59″ Headroom
  • 30″x92″ Below Floor/Console Storage Area
  • Lockable Bi-Fold Cuddy Cabin Door
  • Cuddy Cabin Side Port Windows
  • Pilot House Roof Hatch
  • Full Wrap-Around Non-Skid Deck w/ Heavy Duty Rub Rail
  • 50″ Leaning Post Tackle Station
  • 44″ Bow Platform w/ Lockable Hatch
  • Hydraulic Steering w/ Stainless Steel Wheel
  • Trim Tabs w/ LED Indicator & Auto Retract
  • Heavy-Duty Windshield Wiper Package
  • (4) 10″ Stainless Steel Cleats
  • Bow Bitt and 6″ Chock (stainless steel)
  • Navigation Lights w/ 6-Switch Panel
  • 2 Interior Dome Lights
  • Flush Mount Horn w/ Stainless Steel Grill
  • Auto/Manual Bilge Pump
  • Under Gunwale Rod Storage
  • Single Battery Wiring Package
  • 83 Gallon Fuel Tank w/ WEMA Sender
  • Self-Bailing Cockpit
  • Foam Flotation to Meet or Exceed Safety Standards
  • 10 Year Limited Transferable Hull Warranty


  • Length: 23’ 3”
  • Beam at Gunwale: 8’ 6”
  • Beam at Waterline: 7’ 6”
  • Draft: 14”
  • Cockpit Depth (average): 22”
  • Headroom in Pilothouse: 6’ 4”
  • Headroom in Cuddy: 4’ 9”
  • Transom Height: 25”
  • Fuel Capacity: 83 gallons
  • Hull Weight with Standard Equipment: 3,050 lbs
  • Max Capacity: 8 persons or 1,950 lbs
    2900 (persons, motor, gear)

Profile & Plan


The Voyager, like its companion 23′s, performs very well with moderate sized motors. The hull starts to plane at unusually low speeds (12 MPH) and this becomes very important in heavy weather when higher speeds (often required in other designs) are not possible. The 8’6” beam, wide 6”chines and moderate 14 degree aft deadrise provide incredible stability and a shallow draft of 14”. The flat running characteristic of the Maritime hull and the 50 degree deadrise of the bow allow the boat to efficiently part the waves while the rounded bow and extreme flare deflects spray away from passengers and crew

Whether you’re an island commuter, year-round fisherman, or a couple who just wants to get out on the water yet be protected from the elements, this is a boat that lets you do it all.



  • Minimum Horsepower: 130
  • Maximum Horsepower: 225
  • Average Horsepower: 150
  • Top Speed with Maximum Horsepower: 42 – 47 MPH
  • Hull Plane Speed: 12 MPH
  • Cruise Speed: 26 MPH
  • Range at Cruise Speed: 250 Miles
  • Fuel Efficiency at Cruise Speed: *
    Greater Than: 3.2 MPG
    Less Than: 7.0 GPH

* Varies based on horsepower and engine model.


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PO Box 1399 – 60 Town Dock Rd.
Charlestown RI 02813
Phone: 401-364-6040
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