Yamaha

Yamaha makes outboard engines, personal watercraft, boats and accessories for the recreational marine industry.

The Yamaha V MAX SHO 155 can rev up to 6,300 rpm at full blast. Top speed on the Eagle Talon 19 DLX was 45 mph.

Built to appeal to the Midwest

Wide-open throttle. That’s what freshwater boaters care about, and Yamaha has engineered its four new high-output 4-strokes to maximize top-end performance and acceleration.

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VIDEO: Yamaha Marine Group president talks technology

More of today’s boat buyers are looking for the best of the best — vessels with all of the latest technological bells and whistles. And, of course, a huge part of the purchase is the propulsion package, so Yamaha Motor Corp. is making sure its engines offer the highest levels of performance, reliability, technology and…more

The Yamaha V MAX SHO 150 is one of four models Yamaha introduced Thursday night at a special media event in Tennessee. Journalists will test the engines today on 14 boats at the Yamaha Test Center in Bridgeport, Ala.

Yamaha unveils new outboards for freshwater market

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Yamaha Motor Corp. announced Thursday night that it will introduce four new models of 4-stroke outboards from 115 to 250 hp in 2015 — all engineered to meet the needs of the freshwater market.

Yamaha-sponsored roundtable focuses on Magnuson reform

The recreational boating industry focused its message on saltwater fishing regulation during a panel discussion with two U.S. senators last week in Alaska, although the lawmakers seemed conflicted about when a change in legislation will occur.

Yamaha angler wins Bassmaster Elite tournament

Yamaha pro Michael Iaconelli brought in a final day’s catch of 10 pounds, 14 ounces, to win the Bassmaster Elite tournament on the Delaware River, water he has fished since he was a youngster.

Yamaha offers Helm Master instructional DVD

The Yamaha Marine Group announced the launch of the Helm Master Captain’s Delivery and System DVD, which will be available next month for dealers, boatbuilders and Helm Master owners.

Q&A with Yamaha Marine president Ben Speciale

Yamaha Marine Group president Ben Speciale’s enthusiasm extends beyond boats and motors, though there is no shortage of it there. He will talk and talk about cutting-edge technology. But when discussing the political process, he is nothing short of exuberant.

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