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Four Winns TH36 - The bow-rider with two hulls

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Long awaited, the TH36 is the Four Winns interpretation of the powercat. A new model that attempts to marry the world of the bow rider (a motorboat offering a second, distinct living area on the foredeck, accessed typically via an opening in the windshield) with that of the catamaran, guaranteeing a high level of versatility and comfort.
Test location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Conditions: wind 3 to 4 knots, light chop

After its surprise presentation as a prototype at the 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival, the TH36 is now ready to shine in dealer’s showrooms. It’s an interesting boat in many ways, starting with the fact that it belongs to Four Winns. Indeed, the history of this prestigious brand is inextricably linked with that of American boating. Founded in 1975 by the three Winns brothers and their father, Four Winns has become a veritable icon for the bow-rider sector. Purchased in 2014 by the Bénéteau Group, the brand has benefited from a complete repositioning since 2020. After the renewal of the H series, this time Four Winns is presenting something totally new, since it’s a catamaran. In fact, the idea was to propel the brand into the future by giving it a more international dimension, but without breaking its image or denying its DNA. What’s more, the team in charge wanted to find a way to support their customers’ progression by offering them a larger model. After much deliberation, the choice fell on a catamaran, called TH (Twin Hull) by the manufacturer. The multihull segment is booming, with some...

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