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Specifications

Name: 366 Cuddy
Length: 36
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: --
Model Years: 1999—2003
Draft: --
Beam: 10'6"
Water Capacity: 30 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The Intrepid 366 Cuddy is a semi-custom day boat whose exemplary finish and state-of-the-art construction made her one of Intrepid’s best-selling models a few years back. She’s an expanded, updated version of Intrepid’s popular 356 Cuddy (1994–2001) whose principal improvement is a slightly bigger cockpit. Built on a high-performance deep-V hull with moderate beam and a stepped bottom, the 366 Cuddy has a deck layout similar to current Intrepid boats with wraparound lounge seating forward of the helm, roomy cockpit, and a large console. The cuddy cabin is air conditioned and features a galley with microwave and fridge, enclosed head/shower, and horseshoe-shaped lounge seating forward. Features common to most 366 Cuddys include a fiberglass hardtop, pop-up cleats, gunnel rod holders, removable rear bench seat, cockpit lights, hullside dive door, cockpit bolsters, raw-water washdown, electric helm seat, bow thruster, cockpit table, trim tabs, and premium sound system. An exciting performer even by today’s standards, triple Yamaha 225s cruise at 35 knots (nearly 50 knots top).

Overview

Updated version of popular Intrepid 356 Cuddy boasts enlarged cockpit, triple-outboard power.

Features

Versatile layout with forward seating is great for fishing, diving, cruising. Removable rear seat, in-deck fish box, recirculating livewell, transom door, dive platforms, two-person helm seat were standard. Cuddy came with galley cabinet, dinette/V-berth, enclosed head. Stepped hull is agile, fast.

Comments

One of Intrepid’s best-selling models.

Performance

Triple 225hp Mercury outboards reach top speed of close to 50 knots.

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