2007 Intrepid Power Boats 370
Dad's Toy always look impressive, bringing forth images of high-octane performance unmatched by lesser boats. Truth is, only a few boats can really put all that power to work with enough efficiency to justify the extra cost. The Intrepid 370 Cuddy is one of those boats, a quality-built fishing/cruising machine whose smooth-riding stepped hull delivers one of the best high-speed rides in the business. Like all Intrepid models, the 370 is a semicustom boat, sold factory-direct and built to match each buyer’s requirements. Aside from her muscular presence and meticulous finish, the most striking feature of the 370 is her big Ushaped 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. There’s space at the helm for flush-mounting two video displays, and twin dive platforms, a recirculating livewell, and insulated fish box were standard. Intrepid’s signature hullside dive door and a generator were popular options. Note that a transom door is available with twin engines only. Not inexpensive, triple 275hp Mercury outboards deliver a top speed around 60 plus knots.
Dual Raymarine E120
JL Audio Speakers Amp
Clarion Detachable Stereo Satellite, Ipod, Cd
Icom ICM 504 w/ distress