The Intrepid 366 Cuddy is a sleek notched-bottom speedster designed for fishing, diving, and cruising. She’s an expanded, updated version of Intrepid’s popular 356 Cuddy (1994 - 2001) whose principal improvement is a slightly bigger cockpit. Even by today's high glitz standards, the 366 is a handsome boat with powerful lines and tons of eye appeal. She's built on a high-performance deep-V hull with 10'6" beam, PVC Foam Core construction vacuum bagged hand laid, and a fully integrated outboard bracket. The multipurpose layout of the 366 has the emphasis as much on cruising and entertaining as it does on fishing. Because she was a semi custom boat you will find not one is optioned exactly the same. Many of these boats only have the Twin 250hp option. Standard features include an anchor locker; removable rear bench seat; in-deck fish boxes, livewell, forward console seat, dual dive platforms, in-deck dry storage, transom shower, rod storage, and cockpit bolsters. Below deck, the well-finished cabin sleeps two and includes a galley with cooler, enclosed head/shower, and convertible dinette forward. The 366 Cuddy will cruise at 32 knots burning approximately 32 GPH while reaching 45 knots top speed running 2006 triple Mercury 225hp Optimax with 675 hours.
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