2010 Yamaha SX240 HO
Yamahas 240 Series boats are designed to compete with boats priced $20,000
more by offering the largest displacement power package ever put in a
Yamaha boat; an all-new, expansive bow design with revolutionary new
seating options, new GPS controlled instrumentation, and a new stern lounge
and swim platform design.
2010 Yamaha 212X
Yamaha's 2010 212X is the ultimate 21 foot boat for watersports fun. The
212 X features an internal ballast system that adds up to 750 pounds at the
stern and more than six inches of wake, along with twin high output Yamaha
marine engines for pulling boarders and skiers with ease.
2011 Yamaha FZR
From holeshot to edge-to-edge riding, there's nothing on the water that
even comes close. Engineered specifically for racing enthusiasts, the
FZR's NanoXcel hull is not only exceedingly lightweight, but it is also
exceptionally nimble, offering precision high-speed cornering control and
edge-holding capabilities. Complemented by a powerful 1812cc Super High
Output, supercharged and intercooled Yamaha Marine Engine, the FZR boasts
the kind of aggressive performance that helped Chris MacClugage and Amy
Green grab the Men's and Women's APBA National Championships last year.
2010 Yamaha VX Cruiser
The best-selling, most popular watercraft in the industry since their debut
in 2005, the Yamaha VX Series is virtually all-new for 2010. Enhancements
include a new design that provides more comfort and better ergonomics, as
well as a more fun and drier ride, than competitive models that cost
thousands more. The 2010 VX Cruiser combines fuel efficiency and fun, with
the comfort of Yamaha's exclusive Cruiser seat.
2010 Yamaha FZS WaveRunner
The FZS Series offers everything riders are looking for in the highest
performance segment. A 1.8 liter supercharged and intercooled engine. A
lightweight hull made with NanoXcel technology. Lean in handling. And
features such as the telescopic steering column for changing up the ride.
Sea-Doo Watercraft Safety Video
Know before you go! In this video you will learn a lot of valuable tips and
information about your new personal watercraft. This informational video
is a must see before you head out to the water the first time.
Yamaha FZR Test 2014- By BoatTest.com
For more videos, test data, performance chart, detail review, captain
reports and more about Yamaha FZR, go to
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.
Yamaha FZR GoPro HD
Video from the other day.
Speed runs , Me on my FZR and my mate on his SHO!
Dolphin Watercraft under water fly aqua scooter jet ski Seabreacher
Seabreacher Australia is a very personalised company. Our aim is to provide
the latest in Seabreacher submersible watercraft technology to our
Our company’s goal is to bring the unique experience of underwater flight
to Australian waters in the most safe, and reliable of submersible
watercrafts. Seabreacher watercraft have been in development for over ten
years, pushing the limits of what people can do in the water: diving,
jumping, rolling, porpoising, and other amazing aquabatic tricks. All of
which can be now achieved within the safety and comfort of a dry, sealed
Seabreacher Australia Pty Ltd is the only authorised distributor of
Seabreacher watercraft in Australia. Our website showcases this amazing
range of watercraft.
The Seabreacher X is the latest and most advanced submersible watercraft
that we have built to date: This exciting new version is based on the
dolphin-inspired Seabreacher J, but it has a more aggressive Shark-style
body. The X model also steps up the performance envelope with a 260hp
supercharged engine, propelling the vessel to a top speed of 43 Knots (80
km/h) on the surface and 22 Knots (40 km/h) below.
The Seabreacher X can sustain high speed dives below the water and then
breach the surface, launching the entire vessel clear out of the water. The
new fully vectored thrust system mimic the tail articulation of real
aquatic animals like sharks and dolphins. The custom tuned Exhaust system also gives the vessel a more
throaty growl as it tears across the surface.
Some other high tech features: a snorkel mounted video camera transmits
live video to LCD screens for the pilot and passenger during dives, GPS
navigation, and on board stereo system with iPod docking.