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KENNESAW, Ga. – May 5, 2022 – Yamaha Marine announced today a new line of distinctive Combination analog gauges that deliver vital boat information while taking up less console space. Borrowing from the Classic and Sport analog gauge designs Yamaha introduced in 2021, these gauges offer the same choice of four distinctly different bezel and face combinations, bringing together two functions in each gauge.
Kennesaw, Ga. – Feb. 9, 2022 – Yamaha Marine today announced updated and new Helm Master® EX boat control system features in addition to a new XTO EC® (“Extra Cup”) propeller that delivers better grip in specific boat applications.
Kennesaw, Ga. – Jan. 18, 2022 – Yamaha Marine’s powerful, light-weight F25 outboard line expands again in 2022 with two short shaft (15-inch) power trim and tilt (PTT) models, and two additional models with a new factory-installed tiller handle.
Kennesaw, Ga. – Sept. 29, 2021 – Yamaha Marine introduced a new 27-inch pitch XTO OS propeller during the 2021 International Boatbuilders Exhibition and Conference (IBEX®) in Tampa, Florida. The new propeller helps fine tune performance for lighter weight XTO Offshoreâ applications.
Kennesaw, Ga. – July 1, 2020 – Yamaha Marine today introduced Helm Master EX, the next level of customizable, integrated boat control. Now available in single through quad outboard applications, Helm Master EX brings forward the benefits from the original Helm Master system, including joystick maneuverability, and improves upon them to create greater control and fishability for a wider range of boaters.
KENNESAW, Ga., July 2, 2019 — Yamaha Marine announced today the addition of a new V MAX SHO® 200 X-Shaft model and three new, even-pitch XTO OS® propellers for the powerful V8 XTO Offshore®. The new outboard and propellers expand customer options to offer more diverse boating applications in fresh and saltwater.
KENNESAW, Ga., January 24, 2019 — Yamaha Marine’s new high-thrust T25 delivers the power and grip to maneuver heavier small vessels with exceptional efficiency. Based on the award winning F25, Yamaha developed the new T25 in response to requests for lightweight, electronic fuel injected performance in a small, high-thrust configuration.