PowerboatFour Winns Horizon 180 RS

Specifications of Four Winns Horizon 180 RS

The powerboat Four Winns Horizon 180 RS is produced by the brand Four Winns since 2013. Four Winns Horizon 180 RS is a 5.50 meters bowrider with accommodation for 6 people and the draft of 0.84 meters. The powerboat with fiberglass / grp hull has CE certification class (C) and can go along the coastline, on rivers and canals. The cost in Russia of the new Four Winns Horizon 180 RS in the basic configuration from $68.4 thousand.

Length
5.50m  / 18' 1"
Width
2.31m  / 7' 7"
Draft
0.84m  / 2' 10"
Tonnage
Deadweight, t
1.2
Fuel capacity, l
91
Max. people
Max people
6
Engines and performance
Engine options
sterndrive 1 x 200 л.с. Mercury 4.5L 200/A
sterndrive 1 x 250 л.с. Mercury 4.5L 250/A
sterndrive 1 x 200 л.с. Volvo Penta V6-200/SX
sterndrive 1 x 240 л.с. Volvo Penta V6-240/SX
deadrise angle, degrees
'19'
Classification
CE class
C – Coastline
Hull type
Bowrider / open
Hull material
Fiberglass / GRP
Design
Modern / Mainstream
Aim of usage
Joyriding
Manufacturer's data
Builder
Country of origin
US
Model
Horizon 180 RS
Release period
from 2013

Documents for Four Winns Horizon 180 RS

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Price
from $68,367
DDP, standard specs
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