Builder Epoca


Epoca Yachts AB

Sextantgatan 14,, 426 76

The brand Epoca produces center console boats and semi-enclosed boats. There are 3 models currently in production ranging from 7 to 9 meters. We invite you to explore all current and older models from Epoca and contact us for sales and pricing information.

Epoca Model Range

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Company history

The founders of the famous shipyard Nimbus, Hans and Lars Wiklund, decided to create a new boat that would meet the current trends in Scandinavian shipbuilding. Simple, fast, economical and reliable. With this idea in 2010, they turned to the design team from Mannerfelt. This is how the new Epoca brand was born.

The famous studio was able to fully translate customer expectations into reality. The designed boats received a folding transom that can be used as a bathing platform or tender transport area, a separate toilet, a control panel without excesses and much more.


Today Epoca successfully continues its work and expands its model range.


The Thore Berntsson Boat Construction AB, located on the west coast of Sweden, northwest of Gothenburg, was chosen as the production site. The hulls are constructed using composite materials with the use of vacuum infusion method, which ensures maximum strength of the structure with minimum weight.

Model range

The Epoca range includes Cope, Sport and Open yachts from 7 to 8.15 meters in length. These are models with outboard engine, walkaround boats a«n»d central console. The boats are made in a modern style in which classical lines are traced.

Features .

The use of modern technology to reduce the weight of the vessel, a well-designed step hull and properly selected motor make Epoca boats really economical. Depending on the model and equipment, maximum speed varies from 26 to 32 knots, with fuel consumption of only 1 litre per nautical mile.