909 Pine Lake Ave
909 Pine Lake Ave
Although outboard engines and PWCs may come to mind first when one hears the name Yamaha, this company also has a boat-building division that’s dedicated to one thing: building jet-powered runabouts. In fact, Yamaha is the best-selling brand of jet-boat in the country. A dozen boats up to 24’ make up the Yamaha line, with a mix of runabout and watersports-oriented models. At the 2013 Miami International Boat Show Yamaha won an NMMA Innovation Award for the development of their Thrust Directional Enhancement feature, which improves control at slow speeds; used boat buyers should be aware that in some older jet boat models wandering at slow speeds was regularly an issue, which this new feature addresses. And although these are jet boats, Yamaha encourages boaters to compare them against prop-driven runabouts. Reduced draft and the elimination of propeller dangers are the most obvious advantages, but in many cases, the Yamaha jet boats are also less expensive than comparable propeller-drive runabouts.
2013 Yamaha 242 Limited S ..Celebrated for its award-winning design. Revered for its engineering innovations. Admired for its versatility and class-leading performance. Highlighting the stylishly-assertive profile of this luxury craft is a bold, forward-swept folding tower, while at the heart of this cruiser are twin 1.8 liter Yamaha Marine engines, engineered for maximum reliability, fuel efficiency and breath-taking performance. Yamaha’s flagship 242 Limited S delivers a truly indulgent boating experience.
With the Purchase of a New Yamaha Boat you will get :
FREE : Fays Rewards H-D Custom Cover
FREE : 2hr On Water Orientation
FREE : Storage til Spring of 2012
Contact us today for your custom quote.
Price above is plus freight,prep,taxes and reg fees
|Hull Shape||Modified Vee||Beam||8 ft 6 in|
|Draft Board/Drive Up||1 ft 4 in||Dry Weight||3519 lb|
|Max Seating Capacity||11||Engine Make||Yamaha|
|Engine Model||4-Cylinder, 4-Stroke||Engine Year||2012|
|Fuel Capacity||50 gal||Deadrise at Transom||20°|
|Number of Engines||2|