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

South Carolina tour service adds Yamaha F200s to fleet

Owners Scott Connelly and Skip Deaton, who have powered the Charleston (S.C.) Water Taxi with two sets of Yamaha F150 outboards that have run for 6,800 hours and 8,700 hours, respectively, have decided to power their newest vessel with Yamaha F200s.

Yamaha’s VMAX SHO 4-strokes maximize top-end speeds, a big selling point for freshwater applications.

Yamaha pitches and anglers respond

Yamaha Motor Corp.’s recently launched governmental advocacy program to support the nation’s fisheries is off to a fast start, the company says.

Yamaha rolls out new training initiatives

Yamaha Marine Group announced the launch of the Maintenance Matters website and the addition of the Maintenance Matters training module to its training curriculum at Yamaha Marine University Online.

Yamaha unveils summer sales promotion

Yamaha Marine Group has announced the “Super Sizzlin’ Summer Sales Event,” a retail promotion that offers two different benefits, depending on the technology and horsepower of the eligible outboard a consumer buys.

Yamaha introduced a new fishing access advocacy program during a three-day media event in Michigan to promote its freshwater outboards in the Midwest market.

VIDEO: Yamaha seeks to mobilize anglers as advocates

PETOSKEY, Mich. — At its Midwest Media Event on Lake Michigan, the Yamaha Marine Group launched a fishing access advocacy program that aims to unite the freshwater and saltwater worlds for a stronger national voice in Washington, D.C.

Yamaha manager for government relations Martin Peters is shown next to the new 25-inch shaft model of the 250-hp freshwater V MAX SHO high-performance outboard.

Yamaha event focuses on engines and nation’s fisheries

BAY HARBOR, Mich. — Yamaha Marine began a three-day, three-pronged media event Wednesday night at the Inn at Bay Harbor on the shores of Lake Michigan that not only aims to promote its latest engine, but also to support the nation’s fisheries.

Former Yamaha president joins conservation group

Yamaha Marine Group past president Phil Dyskow was recently named a legacy lifetime member of the newly formed Coastal Conservation Association California in an appointment that notes his continued efforts on behalf of U.S. recreational anglers and boaters.

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