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Intrepid Powerboats 345 Valor

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The Intrepid 345 Valor introduces all the luxury of a larger yacht in a 34’6” package. This sleek walkaround vessel boasts a fuel capacity of 320 gallons, and is fully loaded with all the features and amenities you need to have a great time out on the water.

Enter its spacious cockpit via the dive door, designed and engineered by Intrepid’s expert team. A fold-under ladder allows for easy access in and out of the water, while an aft-facing seat beside the helm console and expansive built-in seating set the scene for lively interaction. The helm itself features a comfortable seat with plenty of room for electronics, along with a hi-low activating platform to enhance visibility.

When it comes to entertaining, the 345 Valor shines! This versatile watercraft provides plenty of room for socializing above and below decks. With a microwave, refrigerator, sink and storage in the galley, a separate enclosed head with built-in shower, and a large forward berth area, the Intrepid 345 Valor’s cabin is perfectly suited for overnight outings. The cabin is flooded with natural light during the day, which streams in through the side windows, sky lights and opening vents. A forward u-shaped settee is designed to maximize space and includes an electric hi-low table.

Two optional pressurized above-deck bait wells in the aft, an insulated fish box and a rear seat that smoothly folds away to provide more space for gear make the Valor an ideal vessel for avid fishermen as well.

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The 345 Valor incorporates Intrepid’s revolutionary wood-free core composite system enhanced by a vacuum-bagging and resin infusion molding process. It also features the large signature “step” in the forward panel of each hull, delivering a smoother, drier ride with enhanced seakeeping, tracking, handling and maneuverability. Depending on each boater’s needs and tastes, Intrepid can rig the 345 Valor with twin or triple motors from the engine manufacturer of your choice.

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Other Intrepid manufacturing techniques implemented in the 345 Valor include hand-laid uni- and multi-directional laminates to withstand the stress of rough seas and knitted fiberglass cloths that provide a significant increase in tensile strength over the woven fabrics commonly used throughout the industry. To further guarantee maximum performance and owner satisfaction, this compact powerboat is thoroughly tested and individually inspected down to the most minute detail, then sanded, buffed and polished by hand before it leaves the Florida factory.

Intrepid’s 345 Valor successfully delivers everything boaters are looking for in one small package. Contact a sales representative to learn more, or build your own fully customized 345 Valor online and take a virtual tour of this luxurious model.

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