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Four Winns Horizon 230
Draft (max): 2'10" (drive down)
Displacement (approx.): 4,400 lb.
Transom Deadrise: 15 degrees
Bridge Clearance: 4'5"
Fuel Capacity: 52 gal.
Max Horsepower: 380
Available Power: MerCruiser and Volvo Penta sterndrives up to 380 hp
Four Winns has been setting boating trends since it was founded by the Winn brothers in 1975. It’s changed hands a time or two, but today’s owner, Rec Boat Holdings, may just be the closest in capturing the spirit and style of the Winn family. Rec Boat’s investment has helped Four Winns’ new Horizon line recapture boaters’ hearts, and the H230 is the latest in a line of boats offering evidence of its commitment to quality and innovation.
We first saw the future of the Horizon series in 2011, when Four Winns introduced the H210 (check the video). The H230 incorporates the same engineering and design techniques, expanding the platform to an even roomier and more luxurious 23 feet — and they’re done very well.
The helm and passenger consoles are upholstered in leatherlike, UV-protected vinyl, carefully stitched in the Four Winns plant. This speaks to both style and performance in a tone reminiscent of luxury automobiles. Oversize gauges give clear readouts, and aircraft-style lighted toggle switches show at-a-glance status in daylight or dark.