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Intrepid 375 Center Console
Draft (max): 2'6"
Displacement (approx.): 15,500 lb.
Transom Deadrise: 22.5 degrees
Bridge Clearance: 9'0"
Max Cabin Headroom: 6'6"
Fuel Capacity: 300 gal. (standard); 200 gal. (optional)
Max Horsepower: 1,114
Available Power: Twin or triple outboard motors to 1,114 hp total
The console conceals a head compartment boasting standing headroom and a bright and roomy interior, which is accessed via a nifty sliding hatch. Ask Intrepid where the ventilation is — I could not find it. Access to the head plumbing and valves, as well as the rigging, is excellent: The rigging of, and access to, every system aboard the 375 rank as good as you’re likely to see aboard a boat.
At the helm, we found switches and controls ideally placed for intuitive operation at speed and at sea. Display and gauge placement enabled a natural visual scanning pattern, and because the 375 carries her bow at a reasonable angle of inclination, visibility close aboard and to the horizon proved excellent. The “Vision” helm seat with its built-in, clear-sides livewell is as cool as anything.
We were impressed by the structure of the top: 3-inch pipework for support and not a fastener to be seen. Our tester’s cockpit had an updated hull-side dive door, a feature Intrepid popularized years ago, and a comfortable yet removable aft bench.
To go on, one would need to list each individual boater’s preference for entertaining and activities. Take a factory tour to find out more. Better yet, to find out what Intrepid can do for you out on the water, take a 375 outside the inlet for a sea trial.
Comparable model: Contender 39 Luxury Sport