Intrepid 475 Sport Yacht: All of the cabinetry you see is structural to the hull. The wood veneers are backed by paper-thin sheets of aluminum that keep the wood stable and are able to withstand changes in temperature and humidity. All of the drawers are stainless steel inside.
Intrepid 475 Sport Yacht: This, now famous, dive door started out as a customer request. Now everyone orders it on their Intrepid, and it may possibly be the icon of their level of commitment. You can get yours opening out, down, or in.
Intrepid 475 Sport Yacht: The teak and holly sole from the galley and salon continues into the head. This head features storage below and above the sink and a separate shower stall. An overhead hatch provides natural light, and ventilation.
Intrepid 475 Sport Yacht: Here you see the vacuum-bagging process that uses atmospheric pressure to draw just the right amount of resin through the fiberglass reinforcing material. The process is labor intensive but better for the work staff and the resulting laminate is generally lighter but just as strong as those made by conventional hand lay-up.