Four Winns H210 (2004-)
(w/ 1 x 300-hp MerCruiser 350)


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The H210 offers an impressive top end speed with good handling, and plenty of amenities and seating for a great day on the water.

Key Features

  • Storage below the seats
  • Anchor locker
  • Swim ladder both fore and aft
  • Walk-through to stern swim platform
  • Two lockers for skis or wakeboards
  • Plenty of grab handles and safety bars
  • Adjustable helm and companion seats
  • Clarion Marine stereo with CD player
  • Glove box

Specifications

Four Winns H210 (2004-) Specifications
Length Overall 22' 0'' Dry Weight 3,700 lbs.
Beam 8' 6'' Tested Weight N/A
Draft 34'' Fuel Cap 50 gal.
Deadrise/Transom 19 deg. Water Cap none
Max Headroom open Bridge Clearance 4' 3''
Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.

Engine Options

Four Winns H210 (2004-) Engine options
Std. Power 1x300-hp MerCruiser 350 MPI
Tested Power 1 x 300-hp MerCruiser 350
Opt. Power Not Available

Four Winns H210 (2004-) Photo Gallery

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Comfortable bowrider with many features.

The H210 is 22’ long and carries an 8’6” trailerable beam. She weighs in at just 3,700 lbs dry, and has a sporty 20 degrees of deadrise for performance and handling.

Plenty of seating for family and friends.

The stern area converts into a huge sun bathing area using every part of the U-shaped seating to its advantage. The center pads can be removed to expose a safer center walk-through to the stern platfo

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Well-arranged helm with good line of sight.

The helm has complete instrumentation logically laid out, and a Clarion Marine AM/FM/CD is prepared to pump out the tunes during the ride.

Board from either the bow or the stern.

Bow seats are hinged and reveal significant storage below. You can seat several people up here or you can have two stretched out with built-in back rests that conceal more storage in the helm and comp

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Large sun pad for tanning or relaxing at anchor.

Two lockers are accessible from the stern to store skis and wakeboards or other water toys. When you are ready to climb back on board and rest, you can rinse off the salt or lake water with a handy sw

Convenient cooler for drinks or snacks.

Cup holders and grab safety bars are sprinkled throughout the layout for easy access and use regardless of your position in the boat.

Four Winns H210 (2004-) Captain's Report

Tested By Capt. Bob Smith

Fresh off the line and out of the boat ramps is the leading model of Four Winns all-new series of sportboats. Four Winns is so thrilled with the response they are receiving from the dealers, they are proclaiming 2004 a “leap year” for them on more than the actual sense of the term. It is the leap in technology, styling and features that has the dealers and buyers anxious to get their hands on the new line.

I, of course, got an early look just before their dealer show in St. Petersburg, FL. Then I got another after the show because our typical liquid sunshine slowed our progress to a crawl working our way through seven new boats from Four Winns. I have to give Craig, Doyle, Four Winns’ Test Center Supervisor, and Rick Fulmer, Vice President of Marketing a lot of credit for their continued support while we took pictures, shot video, and tested these boats.

Layout

Four Winns is using the automotive industry’s cross over theme to explain how they have combined dealer input along with customer desires and design technology to develop new boats for you. The stern area converts into a huge sun bathing area using every part of the U-shaped seating to its advantage. The center pads can be removed to expose a safer center walk-through to the stern platform for swimming and boarding from the water.

A good coating of non-skid insures secure footing. Two lockers are accessible from the stern to store skis and wakeboards or other water toys. When you are ready to climb back on board and rest, you can rinse off the salt or lake water with a handy swim platform shower. The stern area had an electric lift to expose the power plant. The seating was so plush here that we had to “adjust” it a bit to keep from bending the power lift. Access to all the necessary components around the engine was comfortable. Four Winns took advantage of storage under the bench seats which was spacious enough to keep the optional canvas stored when not being used.

At the Helm

The helm and companion seats were fully adjustable. They could be slid up or back depending on the length of your legs and could be swiveled around so you could be a part of the discussion while at anchor, or so the companion can keep an eagle eye on the skier while towing. When you need to see over the bow during hole shots, flip up the bolster for a comfortable boost. The helm has complete instrumentation logically laid out, and a Clarion Marine AM/FM/CD is prepared to pump out the tunes during the ride. It’s mounted in the companion glove box where it can be safely out of the blistering sun, or in our case, monsoon rains. This year, Four Winns has included a 12-month subscription to the Sirius Satellite System delivering 60 channels of commercial free listening enjoyment.

Seating

Bow seats are hinged and reveal significant storage below. You can seat several people up here or you can have two stretched out with built-in back rests that conceal more storage in the helm and companion stations. Up front is an anchor locker and another swim ladder so you can board from the bow or from the stern with equal ease. Cup holders and grab safety bars are sprinkled throughout the layout for easy access and use regardless of your position in the boat.

Features

Our test boat had the optional thru transom Quick and Quiet exhaust which made a sweet sound and turned heads as we motored out of the marina. She also had a few other nice options installed. We had the wood grain wheel for a more up-scale look and feel, pop up cleats for a clean look, docking lights for the night approach to your slip or trailer and a remoter for the stereo at the stern swim platform. Four Winns includes one year of Genmar FirstMate, which is handy for on-the-water support and service. Want to know where the restaurants are around Miami Beach while you are boating there? Give FirstMate a call.

Specs

The H210 is 22’ long and carries an 8’6” trailerable beam. She weighs in at just 3,700 lbs dry, and has a sporty 20 degrees of deadrise for performance and handling. She has a fuel capacity of 50 gallons, so you should be able to have a great day on the water without having to check out the local fuel dock very often. They offer several options for power. Five models of Volvo power plants from a 5.0L GL 220 horsepower sterndrive to a 5.7L Gi DuoProp 280 horsepower sterndrive. If you prefer MerCruiser power, you have a choice of four power plants from a 5.0L Alpha with 220 ponies to a beefy 350 MPI Bravo I punching 300 horsepower for your thrills on the water.

Performance

I must say, first of all, that we tested in some pretty unfriendly environment. We tried for several days to find calm water, but the typical summer patterns of Florida weather kept beating us up. In some nasty 1-2 foot chop, we managed to get the 210 screaming past 30 mph in under four seconds. She was quickly on plane in just over six seconds. Cruising along at 3000 rpms, we found she used about nine gallons per hour and gave us a range of around 450 miles. Sound levels were nice. She was only registering 85 dBa at 3000 rpms and topped out at 99 at 4750 rpms and 51 mph, but remember we had some ruff water, so some of the sound was the pounding we took.

This new line of boats should be a contender in the sportboat marketplace for Four Winns. She has the amenities for a great day on the water, and the power to pull most any water action toys you may want.

Four Winns H210 (2004-) Test Result Highlights

  • Top speed for the Four Winns H210 (2004-) is 51.0 mph (82.1 kph), burning 21.1 gallons per hour (gph) or 79.86 liters per hour (lph).

  • Best cruise for the Four Winns H210 (2004-) is 34.8 mph (56 kph), and the boat gets 3.20 miles per gallon (mpg) or 1.36 kilometers per liter (kpl), giving the boat a cruising range of 144 miles (231.75 kilometers).

  • Tested power is 1 x 300-hp MerCruiser 350.
For complete test results including fuel consumption, range and sound levels
go to our Test Results section.


Standard and Optional Equipment

Four Winns H210 (2004-) Standard and Optional Equipment
Systems
CD Stereo Standard Sirius Satellite Radio
Power Steering Standard
Trailer Standard
Trim Tabs Standard
Exterior Features
Carpet: Cockpit Standard
Ice Chest Standard
Outlet: 12-Volt Acc Standard
Swim Ladder Standard
Swim Platform Standard
Tower: Watersports Optional
Canvas
Bimini Top Standard
Cockpit Cover Optional
Full Canvas Optional

Standard = Standard Optional = Optional

Four Winns H210 (2004-) Warranty

Four Winns H210 (2004-) Warranty Information
Warranties change from time to time. While BoatTEST.com has tried to ensure the most up-to-date warranty offered by each builder, it does not guarantee the accuracies of the information presented below. Please check with the boat builder or your local dealer before you buy any boat.
Hull Warranty
Years Limited Lifetime
Transferable Yes
Deck Warranty
Years Limited Lifetime
Transferable Yes
Engine Warranty
Years 2 years - Mercruiser or Volvo
Transferable See Engine Mfg.
Extendable See Engine Mfg.
Powertrain Warranty
Years 2 years - Mercruiser or Volvo
Transferable See Engine Mfg.
Extendable See Engine Mfg.
Gelcoat Warranty
Years 1 year
Transferable Yes
Blistering Warranty
Years 5 year
Transferable No
Accessories Warranty
Years 2 year non-structural parts and components
Transferable Yes
Certifications
NMMA Certification Yes
Other Certification CE - when ordered

Four Winns H210 (2004-) Price

Four Winns H210 (2004-) Price
Pricing Range $39,692.00
Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.


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