Name: 356 Cuddy
Length: 35
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: --
Model Years: 1994—2001
Draft: --
Beam: 10'6"
Water Capacity: 50 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
One of Intrepid’s most popular models during her production years, the 356 Cuddy is a sleek notched-bottom speedster designed for fishing, diving, and cruising. Even by today’s high-glitz standards, the 356 is a handsome boat with powerful lines and tons of eye appeal. She’s built on a high-performance deep-V hull with moderate beam, cored hullsides, and a fully integrated outboard bracket. The multipurpose layout of the 356 has the emphasis as much on cruising and entertaining as it does on fishing. Because she was a semicustom boat, some were fitted out with more fishing amenities than other. Standard features include an anchor locker; removable rear bench seat; in-deck fish boxes, transom door, livewell, forward console seat, transom door, dual dive platforms, in-deck dry storage, transom shower, rod storage, and cockpit bolsters. Most (all?) lack a windscreen forward of the L-lounge. Below deck, the well-finished cabin sleeps two and includes a galley with refrigerator, enclosed head/shower, and convertible dinette forward. (Note that cabin headroom was slightly increased in 1998.) Around 45 knots top with Yamaha 250s.


Quality notched-bottom speedster took 1990s engineering to the next level.


Versatile deck layout with forward seating is suitable for fishing, diving, cruising. Removable rear bench seat, in-deck fish box, recirculating livewell, transom door, dive platforms, two-person helm seat were standard. Upscale cabin came with galley, dinette/V-berth, enclosed head.


Cabin height slightly increased in 1998. No windscreen for front seat passengers. Intrepid 366 is the same boat with a lengthened cockpit.


Max 45 knots with 250hp outboards.

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