The 2010 Yamaha 242 Series Features the Largest Boat Platform Ever Offered by Yamaha

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The Yamaha homepage features photos and details on the new Yamaha 242 Series. According to Yamaha, this is the series featuries the largest boat platform ever offered by Yamaha, the 24-foot, 10-person, 242 Series replaces Yamaha’s top-selling 232 Series. The 242 Series was designed from direct customer feedback to include their “wish list” of new features and technology as well as new signature design elements from Yamaha.

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The 242 Series features an all new deck and hull design for Yamaha. Above thewaterline, Yamaha increased the height of the freeboard, which gives the 242 Series an impressive profile. The seating area at the bow is wider and longer than ever before to allow the tallest passengers and multiple riders the space to stretch out and lounge while moored.

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The cockpit of the 242 Series is roomy and features a helm layout that is minimalist and sophisticated with large analog gauges and integrated digital information displays that provide independently controlled access to a wide range of new information.

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The 242 Series features an innovative advancement of Yamaha’s signature No Wake Mode. The No Wake Mode will now include three different RPM settings allowing the driver to easily increase or decrease their no wake speed to find the optimum setting.

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Under the waterline is Yamaha’s dual internal drive propulsion system that delivers better performance and more peace of mind than traditional stern drive models. Yamaha’s ultra-responsive internal drive system brings the 242 Series on plane faster and accelerates quicker than comparable boats. The 242’s shallow draft and enclosed impellers increase the boat’s versatility, allowing you to travel to places not accessible to stern drive boats.

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