Length w/ Pulpit:
The introduction of the Four Winns 315 Vista in 1988 was a big step for a company whose reputation had previously been made in the trailerable-boat business. She was a conventional midcabin boat with sterndrive power and an abundance of the hull graphics so popular in the late 1980s. A popular model, in 1991 Four Winns brought out the 325 Express that was identical to 315 but with inboard poweranother Four Winns firstin a slightly lengthened hull with prop pockets. Both the 315 and 325 were heavily built on a maxi-beam hull with relatively high freeboard, cored hullsides and a solid fiberglass bottom. Both boats shared identical midcabin interiors with double berths fore and aft, a convertible dinette (note that two different dinette configurations were available), a full galley and a compact head. Topside, the cockpits of the 315 and 325 are very similar with bench seating at the stern and an L-shaped lounge opposite the helm. For performance, a pair of 260hp sterndrives cruise the 315 Express at 23 knots (about 35 knots top), and optional 340hp engines cruise at 30 knots. The 325 Express with 270hp inboards cruise at 18 knots and top out in the high 20s.