Four Winns introduces new H1 and H1 OB models

Four Winns H1

Feb 28, 2022

The H-Series grows to a trio with the introduction of the H1 in sterndrive and H1 OB in outboard configuration.

The H1 is poised to set the new standard in the 20 foot bowrider segment. The features and appointments that are normally overlooked in this size boat were addressed with attention to detail and purpose. The H1 is certainly a proud member of the new H-Series.

The new look in the H-Series is defined by its vertical bow stem. It combines strength with a contemporary style, further proving that Four Winns is willing to break from tradition to create something bold and new. The signature cross curve windshield features a 3D design and brushed aluminum frame. The elongated side wings add to the sleek profile, making an unmistakable design statement.

Look a little closer and you will notice many of the signature Four Winns features have been upgraded. Several new luxury elements have also been added, creating a high-end feel throughout. The H1 continues the Four Winns commitment to exceptional craftsmanship and is highlighted by luxurious quilting, detailed stitching, bright metal trim and plush foam that together create a superior level of quality and comfort. New monochrome color schemes simplify and freshen the overall look of the cockpit.

Upscale materials like cool touch, vinyl-wrapped handles, resilient upholstery and padded bow walls add a welcome design element that is also durable. Soft, grippy swim platform mats and woven cockpit flooring—provide a fresh, finishing touch.

Four Winns H1The H1’s interior layout is adapted to its power configuration; the sterndrive is outfitted with a more traditional L-shape seating and large sunpad. The outboard has different approach with U-shape seating featuring a unique multi-level back bench. Both have easy transom to cockpit access that allows you to board without stepping on cushions. Also unique to the H1 is the 2-position port side seat, face forward or aft, perfect for spotting watersports.

Boaters looking to make a real statement on the water have a myriad of design options. The H1 offers a plethora of exterior gel combinations, distinct monochrome interior vinyls and unique flooring colors. Four Winns is also introducing Elevate—an upscale, optional package featuring bold color placement, special, cool touch interiors and stylish badging throughout.

With performance at its foundation, the new H-Series is sure to please with both stern drive and outboard configurations. There are nearly limitless power options thanks to MerCruiser, Mercury, Volvo Penta and Yamaha.

Performance and stability take center stage in the new H1. All models are quick to plane and have luxury car-like handling in turns.

In short, the new H1 performs as beautifully as it looks.

For more information, visit: www.fourwinns.com

 

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