Electric power mixed with a luxurious, stable ride.
Fisherman’s Channel was a washing machine of chop and bobble, a result of wind, tide, and the wakes from all the Miami Boat Show demo boats heading for the inlet. The torque provided by the Vision Marine Technologies 180e electric outboard allowed me to get the H2e on top steadily without the bashing that comes when you need to make the boat jump up before throttling back to get going. The good-riding 22-footer then settled into a comfortable 21 mph. That was no surprise. Four Winns’ vaunted Stable-Vee hull, designed by Tom Wenstatdt, features stepped and ventilated afterpods. These inhibit excessive bow rise. Also, the width from keel to chine is kept wide farther forward than on other hulls, which adds to stability and easy planing. Introduced in 1993, we’ve run Stable-Vee hulls before with consistent results over the decades.
Four Winns H2e Electric Bowrider Introduction
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