Vista 355 Coup OP


Nov 13, 2018

Four Winns unveiled the newest addition to its iconic Vista series at the 2018 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show—the Vista 355 Coupe OB. Through a visionary approach to inventive sleeping accommodations, and design elements dedicated to open arrangement, the Coupe platform will serve and satisfy a variety of boaters.

“We’re very excited to introduce the new 355 Coupe in Fort Lauderdale for the 2019 Model Year,” stated Andy Lindsay, Vice President of Sales Americas for Four Winns. “We couldn’t have asked for a better setting to bring clients and media representatives from around the world together to celebrate this new era of boat building for Four Winns.”

The 355’ Coupe OB envelopes elegance and grace in every quarter, as its asymmetrical walk-around promises passage to comfortable sunbathing and scenic panorama. Atop the bow, a large, convertible sun pad nests between high-profile wrap-around bow rails allowing for secure relaxation with a good book or for watching sunsets. In addition, an anchor and a standard windlass with handheld controls permits seamless operation and stability wherever an adventure takes place.

Contemporary aft bench seating, fitted with deep storage, and a nearby gourmet center with an optional barbeque, comforts passengers during social hour. Bi-folding patio doors invite guests into the pilot house. An enclosed, portside media-lounge and contiguous full galley with an electric stove, microwave, and an auxiliary television package welcomes further conversation and vitality. Beautiful touches like a glass enclosure, large sliding windows, and overhead skylights harmonize high-class aesthetics accustom to a model of this stature. A vinyl-wrapped dash tailored with a high gloss billet aluminum finish and two beautifully placed touch-screens are only matched by an oversized, bolstered captain’s seat with rich stitching that continues to elevate the yacht’s overall allure.

Down below, a generous atrium-style salon proposes seascape hull windows and deluxe seating that’ll attract conference gatherings in the evening. Convertible bedding for two, married with desirable LED lights and lots of storage in the forward stateroom inspire a luxurious ambiance during overnight stays. There is an adjacent washroom with an enclosed shower, full head and vessel sink. Gorgeous Corian surfaces, and controllable A/C embed Four Winns’ concept for effortless livability.

In devotion to family, a secondary full-beam cabin, crafted with sophisticated Sunbrella materials, is thoughtfully preserved for privacy and features a king-sized mattress. Such grandeur reflects

a refined commitment to engineering excellence—illustrating the limitless potential for luxury from Four Winns.

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