New boats: Four Winns Brand New Twin Hull, the Th36

Four Winns TH36 Bow

Sept 22, 2022

The TH36 outboard cat debuts in Cannes

The Four Winns TH36 Catamaran had its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival, September 6-11. With its ability to comfortably accommodate up to 15 people for a day out on the water, the forward cockpit alone has enough seating for six. The open space deck is protected by a full beam hard top with the helm on the starboard side and double co-pilot bench on the portside. The galley, in the center of the deck layout, includes spacious storage, refrigerators, a sink, and an optional cooktop with barbecue.

The unique and versatile aft cockpit benches offer the flexibility to form a wide-open space. The large sunbeds can be open to the sea or connected for a cozy and relaxing social area creating the finest moments on the water with those you love.

Outfitted with the choice of either choice twin 300hp or 350hp Mercury engines, or twin 300hp Yamaha engines, both with joystick controls for easy maneuvering, the ride is smooth, sophisticated, and very efficient at any speed. The TH36 will offer many features to fit the needs of any boat owner inclusive of a full soft cockpit enclosure.

The TH36 makes full use of every inch beneath the deck with a generous amount of space. Contemporary elegance flows through two full suites furnished with full size berths, storage cabinets, privacy blinds, closet area, and private heads equipped with a separate, enclosed shower area. Ambient lighting installed overhead with elegant lines throughout the interior add to the comfort.

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