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2006 Baja 23' 23 OUTLAW 35th ANNIVERSARY

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2006 Baja

23' 23 OUTLAW 35th ANNIVERSARY-

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Overview

Baja 23 OutlawEven though she’s only 23 feet, thanks to her deep deadrise this Outlaw can handle the rough stuff. What’s most impressive is that this boat has many of the features and styling of full-on offshore performance boats, but in a compact, entry-level size.Transom and Engine FeaturesOur test boat came equipped with the standard three-rung swim ladder and optional high-grade aluminum platform. And even though this Outlaw is a high performance machine, she’s also a sportboat with a stainless steel ski tow eye for towing a line.Just forward of that, is a plush sunpad for two. The thick head rests along the aft bench seat are your first hint that this is a real offshore boat.To access the engine there is a manual lift and release to effortlessly raise the entire sunpad with one hand. This is thanks to a pair of Attwood struts. In the belly of this beast we find the optional 375-hp MerCruiser 496 power plant, and this particular rig was set up with the optional Corsa Quick & Quiet II Thru Hull Exhaust, which routes exhaust out through the transom instead of underwater. This will give a little more top end speed, and a lot more attention when people hear you coming. The engine compartment is lined with a fully bonded fiberglass inner liner providing a cleaner, more finished look.Sporty Helm and CockpitThe cockpit features an aft bench that can seat three adults and it has hinged storage underneath. The outboard passengers have stainless steel grab rails to hold onto, but the passenger in the middle will have to rely on those around him for security.At the helm is another reminder that you’re on a real high-performance boat. The helm features two Aero seats with drop-down bolsters for easy stand-up driving. There is a full set of oil-filled Livorsi gauges, along with a high-performance clutch and throttle. The trim switch for the beefy Bravo One drive is built right in the handle, and we also appreciate the LED gauges for trim tab angles.The 23 Outlaw is designed for easy sit-down driving when you want to get out of the onrushing wind, thanks to tilt-wheel steering with satin finish spokes and aforementioned drop-down seats. Over to port, your navigator gets to control the Clarion AM/FM/CD stereo, and there’s also a small self draining locker and 12 volt outlet for your cell phone. Access to the foredeck is gained by small molded-in steps. There is no non-skid up forward, so you’ll want to use extra caution if the deck is wet. CabinLike all Outlaws’ the 23 also has a V-berth cabin. This one will be primarily used for storage since its compact without ventilation, but it can be used for changing or a cat nap on the hook.Specification and PerformanceThe 23 Outlaw measures 23’ 6’’ length overall and stretches to 24’ 8’’ with the optional swim platform. The 23 degree deadrise hull will draw 34 inches of water and sports a 80 gallon fuel tank. The 23 weighs 4,200 pounds, but with an 8’4” beam is trailerable by most SUVs.  We recorded a top end speed of 62.4 mph at a 4800 rpm wide-open-throttle from a 375-hp MerCruiser 496 Mag. Throttle back to 3500 and you’re still doing more than 40 mph for a cruising range of nearly 200 miles at that speed. We calculated a most economical cruise speed at 2500 rpm doing 27.8mph.Cornering was precise, she never spun out or cavitated during turns, and the power steering was finger-tip light.You can take the 23 Outlaw to the ocean, sound, or the lake but it better be a big lake because of her speed. With great graphics, comfortable seating, and speed the Outlaw 23 is a great way to enter high-performance boating.

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Quick Specs

Type: Power

Year: 2006

Beam: 8' 4"

Draft Max: 3' 3"

Cabins:1

Maximum Speed (knots): 62.40

Cruise Speed (knots): 40.00

Range NMI: 200.00

Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank Capacity (Gallons): 80.00

Fresh Water Capacity (Gallons): 0.00

Holding Tank Capacity (Gallons): 0.00

CE Certified: No

MCA Certified: No

Imported: No

Designer: Baja

Builder: Brunswick

Engines

Engine 1

  • Engine Make: Mercruiser
  • Engine Model: 496 MAG
  • Engine Year: 2006
  • Engine Type: Inboard/Outboard
  • Drive Type: Stern
  • Power HP: 375.00
  • Power KW: 279.64
  • Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
  • Hours: 190.00

Engine 2

Full Details

Test results Highlights

Test Result Highlights

  • Top speed for the Baja 23 Outlaw is 62.4 mph (100.4 kph), burning 32.0 gallons per hour (gph) or 121.12 liters per hour (lph).
  • Best cruise for the Baja 23 Outlaw is 27.8 mph (44.7 kph), and the boat gets 3.48 miles per gallon (mpg) or 1.48 kilometers per liter (kpl), giving the boat a cruising range of 250 miles (402.34 kilometers).
  • Tested power is 1 x 375-hp MerCruiser 496 MAG.

Description

Baja 23 OutlawEven though she’s only 23 feet, thanks to her deep deadrise this Outlaw can handle the rough stuff. What’s most impressive is that this boat has many of the features and styling of full-on offshore performance boats, but in a compact, entry-level size.

Transom and Engine

Our test boat came equipped with the standard three-rung swim ladder and optional high-grade aluminum platform. And even though this Outlaw is a high performance machine, she’s also a sportboat with a stainless steel ski tow eye for towing a line.Just forward of that, is a plush sunpad for two. The thick head rests along the aft bench seat are your first hint that this is a real offshore boat.To access the engine there is a manual lift and release to effortlessly raise the entire sunpad with one hand. This is thanks to a pair of Attwood struts.

Optional 375hp Mercruiser 496 power

 Corsa Quick & Quiet II Thru Hull Exhaust, which routes exhaust out through the transom instead of underwater. This will give a little more top end speed, and a lot more attention when people hear you coming. The engine compartment is lined with a fully bonded fiberglass inner liner providing a cleaner, more finished look.

cockpit

The cockpit features an aft bench that can seat three adults and it has hinged storage underneath. The outboard passengers have stainless steel grab rails to hold onto, but the passenger in the middle will have to rely on those around him for security.At the helm is another reminder that you’re on a real high-performance boat. The helm features two Aero seats with drop-down bolsters for easy stand-up driving. There is a full set of oil-filled Livorsi gauges, along with a high-performance clutch and throttle. The trim switch for the beefy Bravo One drive is built right in the handle, and we also appreciate the LED gauges for trim tab angles.The 23 Outlaw is designed for easy sit-down driving when you want to get out of the onrushing wind, thanks to tilt-wheel steering with satin finish spokes and aforementioned drop-down seats. Over to port, your navigator gets to control the Clarion AM/FM/CD stereo, and there’s also a small self draining locker and 12 volt outlet for your cell phone. Access to the foredeck is gained by small molded-in steps. There is no non-skid up forward, so you’ll want to use extra caution if the deck is wet. 

Accommodations

 V-berth cabin. This one will be primarily used for storage since its compact without ventilation, but it can be used for changing or a cat nap on the hook.

Specifications and performance

The 23 Outlaw measures 23’ 6’’ length overall and stretches to 24’ 8’’ with the optional swim platform. The 23 degree deadrise hull will draw 34 inches of water and sports a 80 gallon fuel tank. The 23 weighs 4,200 pounds, but with an 8’4” beam is trailerable by most SUVs. We recorded a top end speed of 62.4 mph at a 4800 rpm wide-open-throttle from a 375-hp MerCruiser 496 Mag. Throttle back to 3500 and you’re still doing more than 40 mph for a cruising range of nearly 200 miles at that speed. We calculated a most economical cruise speed at 2500 rpm doing 27.8mph.Cornering was precise, she never spun out or cavitated during turns, and the power steering was finger-tip light.You can take the 23 Outlaw to the ocean, sound, or the lake but it better be a big lake because of her speed. With great graphics, comfortable seating, and speed the Outlaw 23 is a great way to enter high-performance boating.

Standard and optional features

Marine Electronics GPS/Chart Optional Systems CD Stereo Standard Clarion Head: Portable Optional Power Steering Standard Trim Tabs Optional Exterior Features Carpet: Cockpit Optional Outlet: 12-Volt Acc Standard Swim Ladder Optional Swim Platform Optional Transom Shower Optional Canvas Cockpit Cover Optional

key features

Key Features

 

  • Lockable cabin door
  • 2 Aero bolster seats at helm and porstide passenger
  • Clarion CD/AM/FM
  • Padded sundeck/engine hatch with 3 headrests
  • Ski tow eye
  • Livorsi racing controls and gauges
  • Power steering
  • Tilt wheel
  • Optional Corsa Quick and Quiet thru-transom exhaust
  • Optional colored aluminum swim platform

 

Fuel Consumption

RPMMPHKnotsGPHMPGNMPGStat. MileNMdBa 650 4.8 4.1 1.2 4.0 3.4 285 248 67 1000 6.2 5.4 2.3 2.8 2.4 198 173 69 1500 7.8 6.7 3.9 2.0 1.8 145 126 73 2000 8.5 7.4 7.0 1.2 1.1 88 77 78 2500 27.8 24.2 8.0 3.5 3.0 250 218 81 3000 35.0 30.4 10.7 3.3 2.9 236 205 83 3500 40.5 35.2 14.3 2.8 2.5 205 178 85 4000 51.1 44.4 20.2 2.5 2.2 182 158 86 4500 58.1 50.5 30.2 1.9 1.7 139 121 91 4800 62.4 54.2 32.0 2.0 1.7 141 122 93

All fuel consumption numbers are the total for all engines in the boat. Speeds are measured with Stalker ProSports radar gun or GPS. Fuel consumption (gallons per hour) measured with Floscan digital fuel-flow meter or by on-board factory-installed diagnostic instruments. Range is based on 90% of published fuel capacity. Sound levels determined using Radio Shack digital decibel meter on A scale. 68 dBA is the level of normal conversation. Time to plane is measured from start of acceleration to formation of rooster tail behind boat.

Performance Chart

Acceleration Times and Conditions

Time To Plane 3.3 sec. 0 to 30 6.8 sec. Ratio 1.5:1 Props 19 Load 2 persons, 3/4 fuel, no water, no gear Climate 81 degrees, 78% humidity, wind: 5-10 knots, seas: 1 foot  

 

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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