Four Winns TH36 (11.7 m) is the weekender outboard catamaran


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 Four Winns TH36
Four Winns TH36

Four Winns, after more than 50 years in the boating business, now inaugurates a new line with the Four Winns TH36 its first catamaran. In collaboration with Marc Lombard and Garroni Design, comes a catamaran entirely aimed at leisure, with large outdoor spaces dedicated to on-board comfort.

Four Winns TH36

Think of the day on the water. The more you grow in size, the greater the comfort, but also the management becomes more complicated. The motor catamaran, which is garnering more and more success, goes in this very direction. Offering owners of all types more space and more comfort in the same boat length.

The cockpit of the Four Winns TH36

Performance-wise, then, it is the hand of Marc Lombard, a naval architect ranging from large cruising catamarans to ocean racing sailboats, that bodes well for the success of the two hulls. Outboard propulsion up to 700 horsepower does the rest.

Four Winns TH36 – Deck

The external vibility of an 11-meter multihull is virtually unmatched by any other single-hulled equal in size. This is also due to the large beam, 4.47 meters, which projects the deck plan to large open dimensions. Starting from the bow, there is in fact an initial lounge area consisting of double facing C-shaped sofas, while in the cockpit we find not only the wet-bar (with refrigerators, sink, and an optional cooktop with barbecue), but also additional lounging areas, with no less than three separate sofas and two tables.

 Four Winns TH36 catamaran
Four Winns TH36 – Bow Cockpit

The areas are modular and can be transformed from social spaces to sundecks in a few moves. In the middle of the boat we find a helm station with a single seat to maximize the space available for livability, while the double co-pilot seat is on the left. This whole part of the boat is under a full-beam hard top.

Below Deck

The footprint is more of a dayboat, but with the option to stay overnight on board. This is thanks to the two double cabins located below deck, complete with private bathrooms and shower. Propulsion, on the other hand, is provided by two 300- or 350-hp Mercury or two 300-hp Yamaha engines.

Four Winns TH36 – Data Sheet

Length Over All (LOA) 11.71 m / 38′ 5″
Baglio Massimo 4.47 m / 14′ 7″
Fishing 0.98 m / 3′ 2″
Standard Motorization 600-700 HP


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