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Triple outboards were impressive in the early 2000s, but only a few boats at that time were able put all that power to work with enough efficiency to justify the extra cost. The Intrepid 370 Cuddy was one of those boats, a quality-built fishing/cruising machine whose aggressive stepped hull delivers one of the best high-speed rides in the business. Like all Intrepid models, the 370 is a semi-custom boat, sold factory-direct and built to match each buyers requirements. Aside from her muscular presence and yacht-class finish, the most striking feature of the 370 is her big U-shaped seating area forward of the helm. Equally notable is her upscale cabin with its cushioned V-berth, portside galley, and roomy enclosed head with sink and shower. Theres space at the helm for flush-mounting two video displays, and twin dive platforms, livewell, and insulated fish box were standard. Intrepids signature hullside dive door and a generator were popular options. Note that a transom door is available with twin engines only. Not inexpensive, triple 250hp Mercury outboards deliver a top speed of 5055 knots.
Overview Polished semicustom sportboat with stepped hull, triple-outboard power combines unabashed luxury, high-octane performance.
Features Removable transom seat, console cooler, tackle storage, deluxe helm seat, forward lounge seating, insulated fishbox, hullside dive door. Upscale cabin includes adult-size V-berth, portside galley, enclosed head with shower.
Comments No windshield protection for front-seat passengers. Truly remarkable fit and finish. Transom door available with twin engines only.
Performance Max 50+ knots with triple 250s.