American sportsboat builder Four Winns has introduced a whole new range of Horizons in various sports guises, with hot graphics, matching dashes, plush upholstery and cool raked windscreens for a true go-fast look.
The most recent release, the Horizon 200 builds on the success of the H180, H190 and H210 after those boats received keel-up redesigns last year. The model designations remain, but the boats are all-new.
Designed to marry a sport runabout with a luxury performer, the Horizon 200 features a signature Stable Vee hull. From the low-profile swim platform to the oversized bow area, the bowrider is big on internal volume without detriment to handling.
The large swim platform provides plenty of room for readying for watersports and the Four Winns exclusive convertible swim lounge seats are the perfect spot for sunning or watching the kids at play, says the popular boat builder.
The cockpit is said to be very generous for a 20-footer. A centre cushion rises to expose a finished fibreglass walkway from the transom -- no more water on your sun lounge -- there is said to be plenty of storage on board and well-appointed seating, including a custom-designed captain's chairs.
The helm station is equipped with custom raceboat-like gauges and plenty of legroom. High-end Silvertex vinyl provides maximum comfort, while every lounge seat is designed to ergonomically fit your crew, boasts Four Winns.
An exclusive interior drain-away system keeps your cockpit dry and the storage areas free from water intrusion. The unique styling of the Horizon 200 is capped off with the exclusive Four Winns’ walk-through windshield, which the American boat builder believes makes a true statement of prestige.
All Horizon models come standard with a custom-matched Four Winns trailer. In addition to the upgraded RS model with "electric" colour scheme in black and chartreuse, the Horizon 200 is available in the optional Signature Series (SS) with race-red dash and matching graphics. A 2012 H200SS is pictured above with that livery.
Local Four Winns dealer, Sydney Powerboat Centre has now landed a new-series Horizon 180 ($45,990 with MerCruiser 4.3 V6 MPI), and H210 and 210 Sundowner cuddy, both with 350 MAGs ($75,990 each drive away). The former and latter Horizons have the SS package designed to turns heads.
See www.fourwinns.com and your nearest local dealer.
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