Four Winns Boats For Sale

 What began as a family-owned business has grown into one of the world’s largest manufacturers of fiberglass recreational products. But one thing hasn’t changed: At Four Winns, boating is (still) a family business. Our employees, many of whom have been with the company for 10, 15, 20 or... Read more

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 What began as a family-owned business has grown into one of the world’s largest manufacturers of fiberglass recreational products. But one thing hasn’t changed: At Four Winns, boating is (still) a family business. Our employees, many of whom have been with the company for 10, 15, 20 or more years, are our most precious asset. Everything we do, every boat we build, every program we offer, is designed to help you and your family enjoy boating to its fullest.

1962: Saf – T – Mate Boat Company began production of fiberglass boats in Cadillac, Michigan.

1975: The Winn family, a father and three sons, buys Safe – T – Mate.

1976: The products become known as Four Winns Boats.

1978: On May 5th, a fire all but levels the plant, within 6 months, a new plant is built and production resumes.

1979: Catalina tri-hull and Santara cuddy cabins are introduced.

1980: Candia deck boats are introduced.

1981: The first international dealer is signed.

1983: The legendary Liberator series is introduced.

1984: Horizon, Sundowner and Vista series are introduced; Four Winns offers its first inboard-powered cruiser.

1985: Four Winns opens a cruiser plant.

1986: Freedom series is introduced; Four Winns begins manufacturing its own trailers; the compant is acquired by Outboard Marine Corporation (OMC).

1989: The Design and Engineering centre opens.

1993: Stable –Vee hull is introduced and wins the Popular Mechanics award for innovation.

1995: Four Winns creates more useable cockpit space though a series of innovations which continue today.

1996: Green Marine acquires Four Winns’ parent company, OMC.

2001: Genmar Corporation purchases Four Winns Boats.

2004: SIRIUS satellite radios become standard equipment on all Four Winns.

2005: A cruiser commissioning facility opens.

2006: Four Winns expands production capacity again.

2008: SL series –the new cross – stream category, and the V458 – the biggest cruiser ever made by Four Winns – are launched.

2009: The revolutionary SL Series is expanded to three models.

Four Winns understands that free time is the most precious of all. That’s why they build boats that perform beyond expectations … boats that have premium content and components you’d choose if you could – boats that will last as long as the memories you’re making.

Premium Vinyl: Four Winns vinyl is comfortable, highly resistant to scuffing and abrasion, and has a strong backing to resist tearing and cracking. New Florentine and Frenzy options gives your boat a fresh new look.

Premium materials: Four Winns chooses only materials andcomponents that are right for your boat. Stainless steel fittings…premium gel coat…sealed wiring harnesses…plush, marine-grade carpeting…we make the choices that make choosing Four Winns all the easier.

Polished pride: Four Winns takes pride in the fit and finish of its boats. That’s why you’ll find a chrome designator is standard on every model. It’s a shining example of Four Winn’s attention to detail.

A place for everything: Not only is there plenty of storage on-board your Four Winns, it’s also the right type of storage, and it’s in precisely the right place. From ski lockers in sport boats to cedar-lined clothing lockers on cruisers, no one gives you more storage than Four Winns.

Let’s get SIRIUS
If you’ve experienced the pure listening pleasure of Sirius satellite radio, you’ll know why Four Winns decided no boater should be without one.

Put to the test
From concept, to design, to prototype testing, Four Winns makes sure that every new model meets rigorous standards. Test pilots put boats through their paces during harsh operating conditions, so a Four Winns boat can be used with confidence.

Light up the night
Set the mood with new lighting packages. LED lights cast a subtle glow from the bow rail…cockpit courtesy lights radiate welcome…and swim platform lights make your boat the “place to be.”

In command
Sweet sophistication…Four Winns helms are designed to integrate the latest navigation and communication tools…all while looking incredibly handsome. Switches…gauges…storage areas…stereo…all are carefully planned and thoughtfully engineered. The esult? A helm that is second to none in the industry.

A back seat to no one
ComfortRide bucket seats have a special suspension system designed to minimize impact caused by motion. Mediterranean SunSport seating lets you switch from sun pad to chaise lounge to traditional seating. And everyone will love hanging out on the swim platform lounges.

All the comforts of home
Thre’s beauty in the details. Our cabins and interiors are lavishly appointed and feature such creature comforts as a flat screen TV/DVDplayer, vee berth inner spring mattress, 40-oz. carpet, solid surface contertops, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. Your home-away-from-home awaits.

A step ahead
Dare to compare, and you’ll find that other swim ladders simply fall short of Four Winns. Ours reach deep, and are angled to reach out to swimmers. Even the step pads are wider, to prevent arches from getting sore while boarding.

A taste of the good life
Many Four Winns models feature a convenient cockpit refreshment centre, complete with solid surface counter space, trash receptacle, and sink.

Join the joystick revolution
This simple device lets you pilot a large vessel with precision and ease. Twist the top, and the boat spins in its own length. Push forward, backward or sideways, and the boat does the same. Joystick technology makes docking large vessels child’s play.