Always be sure to raise and secure the
anchor prior to operating your boat. Failure
to raise and secure anchor before getting
underway could result in severe injury or
damage to boat from rebounding anchor.
Always utilize the chain stop provided with the
windlass/bow roller combination. The chain
stop prevents the anchor from accidently
releasing while the boat is moving thus
preventing damage to the boat or possible
injury or death to individual(s) aboard the boat.
See Figures M11 and M12.
Figure M13: Radar Arch
M - 12 SPOTLIGHT
Four Winns offers an optional remote controlled
spotlight for the V335 model. The spotlight uses an
electric motor and helm switch controls to direct the
spotlight’s beam. See Figure M14. Refer to the
spotlight manufacturer’s literature included in the
Figure M12: Chain Stop
M - 11 RADAR ARCH
The radar arch is swept forward in design. This
presents a sleek look while providing an adequate
platform necessary for installation of radar equipment.
See Figure M13. Four Winns offers certain optional
navigation packages that may include radar equip-
ment. Refer to Section E - 9L Navigational Equipment
for additional information. Please consult with your
Four Winns dealer regarding inquiries and availability.
Figure M14: Remote Spotlight
M - 13 ENGINE HATCH w/ ELECTRIC LIFT
The V335 models feature an engine hatch with an
electric lift or screw jack. The screw jack lifts and
lowers the engine day hatch by pressing the switch
located on the dash. The screw jack runs off the
engine batteries. See Figure M15.
Exterior Equipment - Section M
Owner’s Manual Page 132
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