323 Cuddy & Open
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Offered in Cuddy and Open configurations, the Intrepid 323 is a premium day boat designed mostly for cruising, but versatile enough to be set up for fishing as well. Intrepids are semicustom boat and features from dive doors and T-tops to leaning posts and rod holders are options. Like all late model Intrepids, the 323 runs on a transverse single-step hull. Where the 323 Open has a traditional center console deck plan with (or without) forward seating, the layout of the 323 Cuddy has L-shaped lounge seating forward of the console. Forward is a flush cuddy cabin with a V-berth, hanging locker, and a space-saving head that swivels out from under the step at the touch of a button. (A galley cabinet was also available.) A transom door and insulated port fish box are standard in the cockpit, and small dive platforms flank the outboard engines. Standard features include a pop-up console electronics display, trim tabs, anchor chute, washdowns, andon the 323 Opena console seat that slides aside for access to the head compartment. The 323s high-performance stepped hull is vacuum-bagged and fully cored. A popular model, twin 250hp outboards deliver a top speed of about 45 knots.
Overview Feature-rich console cuddy combines impressive open-water performance with luxury-class comforts, state-of-the-art construction.
Features Highlights include forward lounge seating, pop-up electronics console, transom door, cockpit bolsters, removable rear bench seat, dive platforms, fish box. Circulating livewell is a popular option. Well-appointed cuddy with V-berth, hanging locker includes space-saving head that swivels out from under the entryway step.
Comments Stepped hull is vacuum-bagged, fully cored.
Performance About 45 knots top with twin 250s.