Four Winns unveiled the brand new H6 Outboard at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Four Winns H6 Outboard

Nov 8, 2022

Originally launched in 2022, Four Winns’ H-series’ success further elevated the brand’s international reputation as an iconic leader in the manufacturing of sophisticated bow-riders. Four Winns H6, the largest of the H-Series, made its boat show debut at the 63rd Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, October 26, 2022.

Four Winns’ innovation and attention to detail flows through the entire H-Series and into its newest, and largest model to date, the H6. The sleek lines of these boats set this new model apart from the rest of the market and the iconic profile reflects the distinction of the brand with every curve.

Throughout the design process, exceptional craftsmanship is highlighted with the plush, luxurious cushions, detailed stitching and the bright trim that adds a bit of glimmer reflecting the beauty of the water. True to a classic bow-rider, the H6 has a full center walk-through, but it’s generous overall length of about 26’ and an 8 1⁄2’ width, also allows for a starboard side walkthrough making line and fender preparation much easier.

“Four Winns’ commitment to its boaters is apparent with the H6,” states Nicolas Harvey, Brand Director. “The brand’s innovative solutions and constant evolution of its boats is seen with each new model launched.”

The H6 is equipped with a self-bailing cockpit, trim tabs, and has the option to include a new folding tower, a true testimony to exceeding expectations for convenience and operational ease. The H6 is also available with the Surf package, promoting much safer conditions for wake surfing and tow sports while out on the water with its forward drive propulsion system where the propellers are positioned away from the board riders. Modern necessities have been built into the H-series and are further enhanced with the H6. The true reward is being at the helm with the luxuries of home with nuances like back-lit switches, integrated stereo, a wireless phone charger, and ergonomic features making comfort one of the top priorities. The cockpit has seating specifically designed to encourage togetherness with L-shaped seating, convertible flip up bolsters, and welcoming sun loungers complete with dual coolers and plenty of storage space for water toys, sundries, and more.

“From watersports to cruising, from lake to salt waters, we want every boater to enjoy the Four Winns refinement, and benefit from our new technologies,” states Nicolas Harvey, Four Winns Brand Director.

About Four Winns

For almost 50 years, Four Winns has been building its international reputation as a manufacturer of refined and sophisticated pleasure crafts designed to fit all boaters’ needs. Four Winns continues to be the American timeless reference in boat building. Originally from Cadillac, Michigan, its iconic image serves as a basis to consistently evolve products and features across all markets by developing style icons perfectly shaped with a love for details. With a deep commitment to a carefree, instinctive boating experience, Four Winns strives to exceed in comfort, convenience, and operation ease – a true reward as soon as one steps onboard.

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