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2019 Yamaha 195/190 Boat Series

Posted on September 21st, 2018

Highlights • New deck and hull are 3” longer and 2” wider than previous year models; innovative cockpit design for maximum comfort and versatility • New hull design reduces bow rise during acceleration and is more comfortable in choppy conditions. • New V-Bucket design improves low-speed maneuverability with enhanced reverse control. • New Articulating Keel design reduces drag while maintaining low-speed maneuverability benefits. • Features new proprietary three-step coating process that increases corrosion resistance to the jet pump and surrounding driveline parts.

For 2019, Yamaha’s best-selling sport boat series returns with an all-new deck and hull design that is 3 inches longer and 2 inches wider than previous year models.

With the added space, Yamaha engineers reimagined passenger flow from bow to stern to create the most spacious, most comfortable experience ever in a 19-foot family runabout.

Under the waterline, the longer, wider hull is designed for added comfort too, favouring characteristics that reduce bow rise when accelerating and hull packing when operating in choppy water conditions.

Other significant improvements included on Yamaha’s 190 and 195 Series boats for 2019 are a new V-shaped reverse bucket that enhances handling when in reverse, a redesigned Articulating Keel that reduces drag, and a new complement of corrosion resistance measures to protect the jet pump and surrounding driveline parts.

The new V-Bucket works by diverting water thrust laterally (not down) to take advantage of the benefits of side thrust. The redesigned Articulating Keel is thinner with tighter tolerances to reduce drag while maintaining all its low-speed handling benefits.

And to increase corrosion resistance to the jet pump and surrounding driveline parts, a three-step process that combines Alumite (a ceramic coating) and epoxy paint has been added.

Spacious Deck Layout & Features

Starting at the bow, there is a wide walk-through into the cockpit for adults. Three adult passengers can sit comfortably in the bow with plenty of space to lounge. Completing the bow is an under-the-seat anchor locker, conveniently located beverage holders and integrated grab handles. And, of course, there is plenty of storage underneath the hinged bow seating to both port and starboard.

Moving into the cockpit, the helm features Yamaha’s 4.3-inch Connext® control system based on the same graphical user interface as Yamaha’s 12.3-inch Connext system. Also located at the helm is the sound system controls, an AUX/12v power inlet, and a mobile device holder that swivels to either a landscape or portrait position.

Finishing the helm are conveniently placed rocker switches for Yamaha’s No Wake Mode™ and Cruise Assist, along with the bilge, horn and other vital functions.

Cockpit seating and storage is carefully thought out to improve egress and ingress to the stern lounge area. To do this, Yamaha designers created a larger step in front of the walkthrough transom, which includes a removable seat cushion, and lowered the height of the walkthrough transom itself.

Port and starboard seating in the cockpit is seven inches longer than previous year models, allowing taller passengers to stretch out more comfortably. And with the added length comes added space under each seat.

Another major change in the cockpit is a larger, more functional port console and storage area. The padded port console is wider to offer more space for food preparation and more, while the door to the port storage is angled to make entry into the bow even wider.

To maximize space and efficiency, a new area aft of the captain’s chair provides seating with extra leg room, a table mount and a storage area for a cooler. Spin the captain’s chair around and the cockpit of the 190 and 195 series transforms into the perfect entertaining area.

Wrapping the cockpit are newly designed windows and window frames that give these 19-foot boats a premium look and feel.

Yamaha’s Signature Stern Lounge area and Swim Platform

One of the favourite features of all Yamaha boats is the signature stern lounge area and swim platform that sits just above the waterline. For 2019, the swim platform is fuller than previous year models and comes with integrated beverage holders, perfect for hanging out at your favourite cove.

Yamaha 195 Series

  • Most well-appointed 19-foot runabouts in the Yamaha boat line • Available in two models: SX195 and AR195 (comes with watersports tower) • Powered by a single 1.8L supercharged Yamaha marine engine • Features upgraded upholstery, graphics and finishings

Yamaha 190 Series

  • Most affordable 19-foot runabouts in the Yamaha boat line • Available in two models: SX190 and AR190 (comes with watersports tower) • Powered by a single 1.8L normally-aspirated Yamaha marine engine • Features 1,597 litres of combined storage (most storage in its class)

Specifications

Engine Type:  Supercharged 1.8L Yamaha marine engine (195 Series) Normally-aspirated 1.8L Yamaha marine engine (190 Series)

Displacement:   1812cc

Impeller:    3-blade, stainless steel

Length:    19’ 5”

Beam:    8’ 2”

Height:    8’ 7” (AR190/195); 5’ 3” (SX190/SX195)

Dead Rise:   18°

Fuel Capacity:   40.2 gallons (Regular unleaded fuel)

Person Capacity:   8 persons / 1,240 lbs

Storage Capacity:  422 gallons

Assembled:   Yamaha Jet Boat Manufacturing U.S.A. Inc, Vonore, Tenn.

To see the entire 2019 lineup of Yamaha Sport Boats, visit www.yamaha-motor.ca.

Media Contact:  Amanda Comission, Marketing Specialist  (416) 498-2285 | Amanda_Comission@yamaha-motor.ca 

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