Four Winns 234 Fun ship



Listing Id 5088686 Length 25.60 Feet
Condition Used Type Power
Make Four Winns Year 2003
Model FUNSHIP 234 Engine Type Mercruiser
Hull Style Single Hull Type Fibreglass
Stock Number 234fun


Four Winns 234 Fun Ship, with new engine and drive.

Four Winns 234 Fun Ship, 2003 model, powered by a Mercruiser  300 HP 6.2 Litre , brand new engine installed in October 2019, together with new transom shield, trim pump.sterndrive,manifolds and risers ,  No trailer with this boat, dry stack stored., has a large extended bimini, covering all of the cockpit and bow.,and camper covers, Great entertaining boat.

Get Ready for Some Fun

Out on Lake Cadillac on one hot Midwestern day, we had our chance to run the new 234, and it performed way beyond our expectations. With the 320 hp 6.2L MerCruiser Bravo Three twin-prop stern drive, we were running at just shy of 50 mph.

Cranking the wheel hard over when you're at wide-open throttle isn't one of our favorite maneuvers in a strange boat, because there is always the chance that you'll launch one of your passengers (including yourself) off the front of the boat. Nevertheless, we cranked the wheel hard over several times at close to 50 mph, and the 234 handled a couple of these maneuvers quite well.

Often, a boat will either lug down from the added load of turning through the water or the engine drive will just blow out, spinning widely because the props can't find any water during the maneuver — but we didn't experience either of these situations. We grabbed onto the handholds and withstood the forces of the radical turn, which the boat performed satisfactorily as it quickly came back up to its full speed in a matter of seconds.

The platform proved to be very stable and handled our wake and trough as we constantly searched for any rough water that we could find. Backing down with any twin prop is a delightful experience, if you're easily frustrated by the fact that most single-engine runabouts always want to back in a circle — never taking you in the direction you want to go. With MerCruiser's twin-prop-equipped Bravo III, the boat backed in a straight line every time, making it a breeze to maneuver around the dock or in tight quarters.

No trailer with this boat always stored in a dry stack,