In launching the new 345 Nomad, Intrepid Powerboats wanted to create a versatile center console that delivers performance and comfort whether it’s a day of fishing or cruising the bay with friends. Intrepid gave customers the ability to customize their new 345 Nomad instead of offering a production boat where the only choices are paint colors and powerplants.

For example, customers have been asking for more protection from the elements, so the 345 Nomad was designed with a composite T-top with a full wrap around glass windshield. That gives buyers two console options: a side entry or front entry to the head.

There are plenty of standard features that Intrepid Powerboat center console models are known for. The transverse stepped hull design maximizes stability and delivers one of the smoothest, driest rides in the industry. The 34-footer has an integrated motor bracket for twin or triple engine configurations.

Other standards on the boat include Intrpid’s hull-side swing-in dive door with folding ladder, a spacious console with head below and custom forward seating with storage. There is plenty of stowage including a starboard rod locker storage, fender storage and space in the transom wells.

Each boat has a FRP infused hull, liner and deck. There is no wood in the boat, instead Intrepid use PVC foam-cored construction and non-woven quad and unidirectional fiberglass fabrics both infused and hand laid to provide strength and rigidity without sacrificing performance.

Buyers can customise their power plants for the 345 Nomad. Intrepid offers the center-console model with outboards from the major engine manufacturers including Mercury, Evinrude, Suzuki, Seven Marine and Yamaha.

Specifications

Length: 34’6”
Beam: 10’6”
Weight: 15,000 pounds
Max. Power: 1,000 horsepower

For more information:
www.intrepidpowerboats.com

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