The covered tackle/prep station includes a sink and faucet set into a faux-marble countertop with cutting board, but you can opt for an electric cooktop. Below are three drawers for stowing tackle. A 60-quart Frigid Rigid cooler deploys from underneath. A motorized table complements plush wraparound bow seating. It retracts flush to the deck, but also raises halfway. Add a filler cushion for an expansive sun pad. Motorized backrests tilt up on each side of the bow seating to create loungers. The seatbacks fold down to reveal horizontal rod stowage. An inviting bucket seat for two adorns the forward console, with an 80-quart cooler underneath. In the step-down console interior (easily accessed from the starboard-side) is 6 feet, 3 inches of headroom, a flush toilet, faux-granite countertop, sink and freshwater faucet, and pull-out shower hose. Powered by triple Mercury 400R Verado outboards, the single-stepped hull handles like a sports car at speed, carving turns with a flare that matches its topside styling. The 375 rode smoothly in 3- to 5-foot seas at 30 mph. It planed in 5 seconds and reached 30 mph in 7 seconds en route to a top speed of 61 mph in our test, though Intrepid has achieved speeds as high as 65.5 mph in its testing. Once you’re back at the dock, an optional Vetus bow thruster will help you put the 375 Nomad into tight spaces.