Intrepid Powerboats premiered the 375 Nomad center console at the Palm Beach International Boat Show in March.
“To create the 375 Nomad, we started with the deck layout of our recently introduced 345 Nomad and added additional length to integrate customer-favorite features from other Intrepid models,” Ken Clinton, president of Intrepid Powerboats, stated in a press release.
Like the 345 Nomad, the 375 Nomad is available with two console options. For more protection from the elements, there’s a composite T-top with a full-height, wraparound glass windshield and wiper. That option allows for side entry to the head. The second console option is a traditional aluminum T-top with an FRP hardtop, and front entry to the head.
Additional length on the 375 Nomad allowed for integrated wells in the forward lounge seating, similar to the wells on the Intrepid 375 Center Console. The wells can be customized as insulated coolers or rigged as bait wells.
From Intrepid’s 407 Panacea, the 375 Nomad borrows a high-low adjustable table that can be flush to the cockpit, sunpad height (with a cushion on top) or dining height. From the Intrepid 407 Cuddy, the 375 Nomad added a cockpit whose height can rise 4 inches for enhanced visibility.
Other standard features on the Intrepid 375 Nomad: a hull-side swing-in dive door, rod and fender stowage, and a console with a head.
For more information, visit: intrepidpowerboats.com