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Old 10-22-2018, 09:12 AM
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Default New Build: Atlas 23 Shallow Water Bay Boat

Tom Gamso of Atlas Boat Works has specialized in building high quality, contemporary Downeast style boats since the 1980s. His boats can be found with happy customers as far south as the Caribbean to as far north as Maine. With quality and customer service as the core values of his success, every boat leaves his shop tailored to his customer's needs.

We are excited to announce the introduction of the Atlas 23:
A true shallow water bay boat inspired by classic lines from the past engineered with superior construction methods and the latest innovative materials.

This boat is built to fish:







A large open deck platform provides a very spacious and comfortable area to walk around in and a big beam provides a super stable fishing platform when walking around.

Wide integrated, reverse chines provides dynamic hull stability and a very dry ride.

100% composite stringers, bulkheads, cored sides, and cored bow area were carefully designed and strategically placed to maximize energy dissipation and hull rigidity allowing for a very quiet and smooth ride when running through chop.

Multiple livewell locations (Up to 4), console options, deck layout options, and tower options available.

Specifications:
  • Deadrise: 3°
  • Weight: ≈3500lbs w/ 150HP 4 Stroke
  • Beam: 8'2"
  • Draft: 9.5"
  • Fuel: 62 gallons
Build your custom Atlas 23 today!

Visit: www.atlasboatworks.com
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Old 10-22-2018, 09:30 AM
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Beautiful boat. What is the base price?
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Old 10-22-2018, 10:20 AM
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Any pics of the transom from the outside to check out the running surface?
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Old 10-22-2018, 06:26 PM
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Beautiful boat. What is the base price?
Thanks for the kind words. What power are you looking for? 150hp Suzuki packages, water ready is $44,900. I can give you all the details if you would like. Call me anytime. 239-707-7150. Thanks!
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Any pics of the transom from the outside to check out the running surface?
Flatout71. I can give you all the photos you would like. Text or call anytime 239-707-7150
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Flatout71. I can give you all the photos you would like. Text or call anytime 239-707-7150

Thanks just sent you a text.
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Old 10-23-2018, 12:02 PM
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That boat is perfect for the Tampa Bay area. Very nice!
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I absolutely love this boat. Would be PERFECT for Galveston Bay...I keep coming back to look and see. Well done.
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Old 01-15-2019, 07:33 AM
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I won't lie, that is a perfect looking bay boat. Great work.
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Old 01-15-2019, 03:42 PM
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I won't lie, that is a perfect looking bay boat. Great work.
Thanks for the kind words!
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I absolutely love this boat. Would be PERFECT for Galveston Bay...I keep coming back to look and see. Well done.
I'll be considering doing a demo tour sometime this year and will see if a Texas stop is in the mix. Thanks!
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Old 01-19-2019, 09:57 AM
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I'll be there, with money, if you do!
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can you build the bow area bigger to support a trolling motor or in corporate it some how
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Sounds good. I will keep you posted. Thanks.
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can you build the bow area bigger to support a trolling motor or in corporate it some how
Yes, a trolling motor can be incorporated into the bow area. As well as the stern area.
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I'll be there, with money, if you do!
Sounds good. I will keep you posted. Thanks!
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Just saw this. What a great looking boat. What is the deadrise?
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Just saw this. What a great looking boat. What is the deadrise?
Thanks bud. It's 3 degrees. Its a refined version of a flatback style hull with notable hull improvements. Spec are at the bottom of the main post. Thanks
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Would this be a good Keys boat?
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Would this be a good Keys boat?
This would be a great boat for the Keys for fishing the flats, back country banks, nearshore, etc. What did you have in mind?
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