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Intrepid Powerboats 407 Nomad FE

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Explore the seas in style and confidence with the 407 Nomad FE (Front Entry), which exhibits a more traditional Intrepid design. This 40’ custom powerboat features an 11’1” beam and a fuel capacity of up to 700 gallons, and is designed with a front entry with walk-in head, plexi windshield and alum T-Top. The 407 Nomad FE provides what you’re looking for, whether you’re in the mood to relax with friends and family or seek out a spirited battle with the fish.

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The large fuel capacity allows the 407 Nomad FE to go farther and stay longer, all while providing an incredibly smooth and stable ride because of its stepped hull. A transverse “step” in the forward panel of every 407 Nomad’s hull successfully delivers a smooth, comfortable ride and enhances seakeeping, tracking, handling and maneuverability.

Gracious seating and an impressive amount of storage under the forward lounge make the 407 Nomad FE an ideal boat for entertaining, while foldaway seats and customizable add-ons such as cockpit and above-deck baitwells, built-in rod holders and outriggers make this perfect for your fishing vessel. 

The 407 Nomad FE was built using Intrepid’s revolutionary PVC foam core composite system which is enhanced by a signature vacuum-bagging and resin infusion molding process. Many other innovative manufacturing techniques are incorporated throughout the design, including hand-laid uni- and multi-directional laminates that withstand the stress of rough seas and knitted fiberglass cloths that provide a significant increase in tensile strength. To further guarantee maximum performance and owner satisfaction, Intrepid’s 407 Nomad FE is thoroughly tested and inspected down to the most minute detail, then sanded, buffed and polished by hand before it ever leaves the Florida factory.

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Does this sound like the boat for you? Build your own fully customized 407 Nomad FE online, enjoy a virtual tour of this traditional luxury powerboat and reach out to our sales representatives. 

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