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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
Perhaps the most intriguing benefit to the new design is the wider-than-average cockpit, despite the 230’s 8-foot-5-inch beam. The gunwales are narrower than those of similar boats, an engineering accomplishment enabled by careful layup and reinforcement with top-shelf materials. In the H210, Four Winns claimed a 10 percent increase in cockpit space. The data for the H230 is not reported, but the effect is just as dramatic.
The platform is still low to the water for easy access. That makes water sports or even just an afternoon dip more enjoyable. It sweeps forward to a walk-through transom and stowage concealed beneath a spacious sun pad. Opt for the wakeboard tower ($6,923), and an integrated Bimini will provide shade to the cockpit.
There’s not much missing from the H230. It even includes a trailer — Four Winns equips the sporty runabout with a custom, color-matched road chariot, making the H230 as much of an eye-catcher on the water as it is on the way to the water.
Comparable model: Sea Ray 230 SLX