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Intrepid Powerboats 345 Nomad SE

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Cruise or fish in style with the Intrepid 345 Nomad SE (Side Entry). This 34’6” center console is a product of buyer input and Intrepid Powerboats’ industry expertise, delivering unrivaled levels of versatility, protection and customization. 

The 345 Nomad SE surrounds you with luxurious features that complement each other and seamlessly work together from bow to stern to create a comfortable, safe and joyful seafaring experience. Its composite T-top helm showcases a large, cutting-edge console and full-height glass windshield with wiper for greater protection from the elements. The head is designed with a comfortable side entry and features a spacious helm seat station that can be fully customized with your choice of refrigerators, drawers, ice-maker and/or a tackle station.

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With an extraordinarily comfortable rear-folding bench seat, integrated forward seating with electric backrests and an optional electric sunshade in the aft cockpit, comfort extends across every inch of this vessel. Configure it with twin or triple motors from the engine brand of your choice and the signature step bottom hull will ensure an incredibly smooth, safe ride at any speed. 

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The 345 Nomad SE design incorporates Intrepid’s revolutionary wood-free PVC foam core, which is then enhanced by a proprietary vacuum-bagging and resin infusion molding process. Intrepid’s commitment to innovative manufacturing techniques includes the use of hand-laid uni- and multi-directional laminates that can withstand the stress of rough seas and knitted fiberglass cloths that provide a significant increase in tensile strength. To ensure maximum performance and satisfaction, this compact powerboat is also thoroughly tested and individually inspected down to the most minute detail, then sanded, buffed and polished by hand before it leaves the Florida factory.

Reach out to one of our sales representatives today! You can also try building your own fully customized 345 Nomad SE online, or experience a virtual tour of this versatile powerboat.

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