Wreaking havoc on the laws of physics.
The FZR is a different kind of machine. One that craves edge-to-edge riding and a wide open throttle. One that reaches 30 mph in under two seconds. And one that runs on adrenaline — turning it into raw power, performance and World Championships. With its supercharged, intercooled 1.8 liter Super High Output Yamaha Marine engine, the FZR has the get-up-and-go of a thoroughbred, yet manages incredible edge-to-edge inside lean capabilities thanks to its agile, lightweight NanoXcel® hull. A sport-bolstered, ergonomically designed seat keeps you firmly in the saddle during extreme riding conditions. The undeniable power of the FZR continues to drive it to the top of the podium.
Yamaha FZR Test 2014- By BoatTest.com
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The new FZR SVHO is the upgraded version of the race-proven platform that
Yamaha introduced several years ago. What makes this model tick is the new
SVHO engine, the next generation of the reliable 1.8L supercharged marine
watercraft power package. In addition to the new power, Yamaha has redone
the graphics and color scheme, added a new jet pump unit, ride plate and
sponsons. This is the exact machine that the race team drives.
2013 Yamaha 242 Limited S
Award-winning design. Class-leading performance. First-class engineering.
Yamaha's flagship 242 Limited S delivers the most rewarding boating
experience on the water. The inviting bow features a variety of comfortable
seating configurations. An all-new dash evokes the look and feel of a
high-end luxury car and features state-of-the-art gauges. The forward-swept
folding tower features integrated LED cockpit lighting and flush-mounted
speakers. The two-tier lounge is well appointed with upholstered back and
seat rests, stainless steel cup holders, premium Polk® speakers and a
freshwater shower. It's the perfect platform for creating sunset memories
sure to last a lifetime.
2013 Yamaha FX HO WaveRunner
Built to outperform expectations. Even your own.
Yamaha's race-inspired FX HO is the perfect choice for enthusiasts who
crave a thrilling ride at a great price. Its powerful 4-stroke Yamaha
Marine engine delivers lower operating costs, supreme reliability and the
highest customer satisfaction in the industry. With its lightweight,
NanoXcel Hull, the FX HO exhibits the distinct look and feel only a Yamaha
can provide. The adjustable steering column can be tilted up or down and
Yamaha's Quick Shift Trim System permits bow adjustments on the fly for a
more personalized riding style. A True Neutral setting engages instantly to
make idling and docking easier. The FX HO continues to impress by shredding
water without making waves in your wallet.
2013 Yamaha 242 Limited
The 242 Limited is a breathtaking craft designed for the enthusiast who
also appreciates unprecedented luxury. The impressive cockpit features new
carpeting and upgraded upholstery highlighted by matching captain's chairs.
An all-new dash and helm area makes navigation a pleasure. The
fuel-efficient Twin High Performance 1.8 liter Yamaha Marine engines
deliver smooth acceleration. An expansive, two-tiered lounge well-appointed
with padded back and seat rests provides the perfect vantage point for
enjoying beautiful sunset views after the perfect day on the water. The
world-class 242 Limited takes luxury to another level.
2013 Yamaha FZS WaveRunner
Whether it's on a closed course capturing World Championships or out for a
thrilling weekend with friends, Yamaha's FZS dominates. It flexes muscles.
And it inspires. Under the skin sits a 1.8 liter supercharged, Super High
Output Marine engine cranking out top speeds and industry-leading
acceleration in mere seconds. This 1.8 liter monster is the largest
displacement engine of any PWC on the water. But it's not all muscle for
this machine. A sleek, race-ready NanoXcel® hull delivers unmatched
predictability and edge-to-edge handling in tight turns. Light in weight
— yet heavy in the win column, the FZS is ready for whatever you toss its
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2013 Yamaha AR192
Power, Luxury, features and value. All in one compact package.
Describing a 19-foot boat as powerful wasn't possible -- until now.
Yamaha's reliable, supercharged 1.8 liter Super High Output Marine engine
packs plenty of horsepower. The extra roomy
layout delivers the look and feel of a much larger boat. An oversized,
in-floor locker easily accommodates wakeboards and towables. A distinctive
helm and a wealth of features give the AR192 unmistakable style. Stainless
steel rubrails, pop-up cleats, ultra premium snap out carpet and a
garage-friendly trailer round out a long list of standard features you
won't find anywhere but on a Yamaha. The all-new AR192 delivers an
unexpected dose of adrenaline and value in a 19-foot family-friendly
Sea-Doo 2013 Muscle Craft
BRP's award winning Sea-Doo RXP-X 260 leads the strongest high-performance
line-up in watercraft history. BRP invented the performance watercraft in
1991 and has led the industry in this segment ever since. The 2013 Sea-Doo
high-performance family includes five models led by the RXP-X 260, the
decorated, world championship-winning model that changed the definition of
watercraft in this segment. The RXP-X 260 offers a T3 hull and Ergolock
system, empowering riders to ride like pros with less effort. This
high-performance family includes the Sea-Doo RXP-X 260, RXT-X aS 260, RXT-X
260, RXT 260 and the popular GTR 215.
Yamaha VX Sport vs Sea-Doo Spark Features 2014- By BoatTest.com
BoatTEST.com COO and veteran PWC rider Christopher Hughes takes a look at
the Sea-Doo Spark and the Yamaha VX Sport. Both PWCs are entry-level
machines usually bought by first-time buyers. For more details, go to