A Look at Yamaha’s 210 FSH Center Console Boat

The Yamaha 210 FSH center console is the first 21-foot family sports hybrid boat that satisfies the needs of serious fishermen and active families that enjoy tow sports and hanging out at their favorite cove. The deck of the 210 FSH comes complete with all of the amenities that one would expect from a top-tier, center console fishing boat, but

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Chicago Boat Show Rides Wave of Optimism

The Chicago Boat Show opens today at McCormick Place, and the mood in the convention center couldn’t be more optimistic, according to Yamaha WaterCraft general manager Bryan Seti. According to Seti, as consumer confidence continues to rise and boat manufacturers introduce products and experiences to attract younger boaters, the outlook for 2018 new powerboat sales is another five to six

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U.S. Boat Sales Strong and Poised for Another Year of Growth in 2018

The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), representing the nation’s recreational boat, engine and marine accessory manufacturers, announced today it expects unit sales of new powerboats to be up six percent in 2017, marking an estimated 260,000 new powerboats sold last year. As consumer confidence continues to rise and boat manufacturers introduce products and experiences to attract younger boaters, the outlook for 2018

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Yamaha GP1800 WaveRunner Sweeps Inaugural P1 AquaX World Championships

Pro watercraft racer Brian Baldwin and the Yamaha GP1800 WaveRunner made history this past weekend, becoming the first-ever AquaX World Champion at the inaugural International event held in Key West, Fla. Joining Baldwin on the podium were fellow GP1800 racers Eric Francis and Nicolas Rius who completed the sweep for the GP1800. The world championship title ends a storybook first

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Yamaha Sweeps P1 AquaX Enduro Pro National Championship

Yamaha GP1800 WaveRunner pro racer Eric Francis had a blistering weekend at the final race of the 2017 P1 AquaX season to win the Enduro Pro overall event, but it was fellow GP1800 rider and recently-crowned world champion Chris MacClugage who claimed the national title, despite riding with a broken leg. MacClugage went to Fort Lauderdale with a sizable points

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