Active in the marine industry for 50 years, Four Winns, based in Cadillac, Michigan, has built its reputation in the production of pleasure boats. After the H Series, launched in 2022, Four Winns inaugurates a new range with the TH36 model.
Italian studio Garroni Design was inspired by Four Winns’ HD Series, incorporating the TH36’s spacious forward cockpit layout and sleek lines. Four Winns also turned to Marc Lombard, the world-renowned French naval architect and catamaran specialist, who led a team of engineers to create the hull of the TH36.
For up to 15 people on board, the forward cockpit alone has enough seating for six. The open space deck is protected by a full-beam hard top with the helm to starboard and the double co-pilot’s bench to port.
The galley, in the centre of the deck, includes ample space, refrigerators, a sink and an optional cooktop with barbecue. The unique and versatile aft cockpit benches offer the flexibility of forming a large open space.
In the engine room, two 300 or 350 HP Mercury engines or two 300 HP Yamaha engines, both complete with joysticks for easy manoeuvring.
Plenty of space below deck, with two suites furnished with double beds, lockers, privacy curtains, lockers and bathrooms with separate, enclosed showers.
The Four Winns TH36 catamaran will make its world debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival, 6-11 September 2023.
(Four Winns presents the new TH36 double hull – barchemagazine.com – September 2022)