Michigan-based builder Four Winns recently launched a new power catamaran near 36 feet in length. The TH36, which first launched at the Cannes Yachting Festival, sets itself apart from other power cats with sleek lines, wide sightlines and enough space to keep the whole family comfortable, according to the company.
The hulls were designed by the French naval architect Marc Lombard for comfortable cruising. The TH36 can be equipped with either twin 300-hp or 350-hp Mercury outboards, or twin 300-hp Yamaha motors. All propulsion options are controlled with a joystick maneuvering system.
Interiors were created by Garroni Design in Italy, a company that has done a number of projects for the Beneteau Group, which is the parent company of Four Winns. The TH36 has ample space to cook, eat and entertain onboard. For meal prep, there’s a galley on deck that’s equipped with cooktop, sink and refrigerator. The galley serves the seating area with tables in the aft cockpit.
The deck can accommodate up to 15 passengers. Belowdecks the TH36 has two cabins, each with a full berth and private head.
Four Winns Brand Director Nicolas Harvey says the TH36 offers a smooth ride no matter where it’s taken. “From watersports to cruising, from lake to salt waters, we want every boater to enjoy the Four Winns refinement and benefit from our new technologies.”
The TH36 will make its U.S. debut at the 2023 Miami International Boat Show, according to the builder.