Intrepid Boats

Founded by John Michel in Largo, Florida, Intrepid Powerboats launched its first boat, a 30-foot powerboat built with a core composite system, in 1983. For high-performance powerboat lovers, the ultimate destination is Intrepid, an industry leader in innovative design, performance, and safety standards. Intrepid is a design and customer-driven company, dedicated to personalizing boats.

Intrepid Highlights

  • Established: 1983
  • Located: Largo, Florida
  • Construction: Fiberglass
  • Category: Center Consoles, Express Fishing Boat
  • Worth Noting: Intrepid is still owned by its founder, John Michel.

48' Intrepid 2017

Detroit, MI
$1,295,000

48' Intrepid 2014

Naples, FL
$599,000

47' Intrepid 2015

Ft. Lauderdale, FL
$745,000

47' Intrepid 2016

Aventura, FL
$799,999

47' Intrepid 2016

Naples, FL
$799,000

47' Intrepid 2006

New York, NY
$385,000

47' Intrepid 2015

Miami, FL
$580,000

47' Intrepid 2017

Key Largo, FL
$895,000

47' Intrepid 2010

Destin, FL
$499,970

47' Intrepid 2012

Miami, FL
$549,000

47' Intrepid 2015

Fort Lauderdale
$745,000

43' Intrepid 2015

La Spezia, Italy
$394,940

Intrepid Yachts By Model

Model name PRODUCTION YEARS LOA BEAM DRAFT
Intrepid 245 Center Console 2011 - Current 25' 3" 8' 6" 2' 6"
Intrepid 262 Center Console 1997 - Current 26' 2" 9' 1" 1' 10"
Intrepid 26 Center Console 1988 - 1996 28' 4" 8' 6" 2' 0"
Intrepid 289 Center Console 1987 - Current 28' 9" 9' 1" 2' 0"
Intrepid 289 Walkaround 1997 - Current 28' 9" 9' 1" 2' 0"
Intrepid 300 Center Console 2004 - Current 30' 0" 9' 6" 3' 0"
Intrepid 310 Walkaround 2005 - Current 31' 0" 9' 8" 2' 0"
Intrepid 30 Cuddy 1984 - 1993 32' 1" 8' 6" 2' 0"
Intrepid 322 Cuddy 1996 - Current 32' 2" 9' 1" 2' 0"
Intrepid 323 Cuddy 2004 - Current 32' 3" 9' 6" 2' 6"
Intrepid 327 Center Console 2011 - Current 32' 7" 9' 6" 3' 0"
Intrepid 327 Cuddy 2011 - Current 32' 7" 9' 6" 3' 0"
Intrepid 339 Center Console 1996 - Current 33' 9" 10' 0" 2' 0"
Intrepid 339 Walkaround 1995 - Current 33' 9" 10' 0" 2' 0"
Intrepid 348 Walkaround 2002 - Current 34' 8" 10' 6" 2' 0"
Intrepid 33 Cuddy 1993 - 1995 35' 6" 10' 6" 2' 0"
Intrepid 350 Walkaround 2005 - Current 35' 10" 10' 6" 2' 0"
Intrepid 356 Cuddy 1994 - Current 35' 6" 10' 6" 2' 0"
Intrepid 366 Cuddy 1999 - Current 36' 6" 10' 6" 2' 0"
Intrepid 370 Cuddy 2003 - Current 37' 0" 10' 6" 2' 0"
Intrepid 375 Walkaround 2012 - Current 37' 5" 11' 0" 2' 6"
Intrepid 375 Center Console 2012 - Current 37' 9" 10' 6" 2' 6"
Intrepid 377 Walkaround 2000 - Current 38' 3" 11' 6" 2' 4"
Intrepid 400 Cuddy 2009 - Current 40' 0" 11' 1" 2' 9"
Intrepid 400 Center Console 2009 - Current 40' 3" 11' 1" 3' 0"
Intrepid 407 Cuddy 2016 - Current 40' 0" 11' 1" 3' 0"
Intrepid 390 Sport Yacht 2007 - Current 41' 10" 12' 0" 2' 0"
Intrepid 410 Evolution 2015 - Current 41' 2" 12' 7" 2' 6"
Intrepid 430 Sport Yacht 2009 - Current 43' 0" 12' 8" 3' 0"
Intrepid 475 Sport Yacht 2006 - Current 47' 6" 13' 8" 3' 2"
Intrepid 475 Panacea 2012 - Current 47' 6" 13' 8" 3' 2"

About Intrepid Yachts

Founded by John Michel in Largo, Florida, Intrepid Powerboats launched its first boat, a 30-foot powerboat built with a core composite system, in 1983. Intrepid is a design and customer-driven company, dedicated to personalizing boats.

Producing models with many custom features, Intrepid's dedication to craftsmanship and commitment to product development and technology sets them apart in the competitive world of boat manufacturing.

Intrepid is renowned for its next generation engineering and fabrication techniques utilizing wood-free, vacuum-bagged construction, revolutionary transverse stepped hulls, and an array of yacht-class creature comforts. Intrepid sport yachts combine the needs of a fisherman and the comfort for boating passengers, as seen in the Intrepid 475 Sport Yacht.

Intrepid has gone above and beyond with the production of customized law enforcement powerboats, highly regarded as Fast, Dry, Tough, and Safe.

For high-performance powerboat lovers, the ultimate destination is Intrepid, an industry leader in innovative design, performance, and safety standards.