Whether on land or on water, Yamaha has built an enviable reputation for producing the world's most successful race bikes and watercraft. Racing is in our DNA.

When it comes to personal watercraft, no craft has dominated the race scene quite like the GP1800R SVHO, taking out every major Australian, US and World Championship closed course (stock class) race since it first hit the race circuit in 2017. This dominance is set to continue with the announcement of the all-new GP1800R SVHO and GP1800 HO race inspired WaveRunners for 2021.

With an all-new deck design and technologies above the waterline and performance enhancements below, the GP1800R Series WaveRunners, are expected to once again be leaving the competition in their wake 

Since the demise of the legendary SuperJet two-stroke in 2018, there has been many rumors of a potential four-stroke replacement. Well those rumors have proven to be true, with the release of the all-new Yamaha four-stroke SuperJet in 2021. 

Combining the very torquey, lightweight and extremely smooth, Yamaha TR-1 marine engine with an all-new lightweight performance hull, the new SuperJet delivers an unbelievable power-to-weight and agile performance, guaranteed to challenge the best riders, freestylers and racers alike.



For 2021, the Yamaha GP Series is virtually all-new with a new deck design, tilt-adjustable race inspired handlebar design, Connext helm control with multi-color LED display, the industry’s first Auto Trim function with Cornering Control and Launch Control modes, a new hull liner that moves the craft’s center of gravity for added agility, and a new intake grate and upgraded jet pump for class-leading acceleration.




For 2021, the Yamaha SuperJet returns all-new from the ground up to challenge a new generation of standup riders with a torquey four-stroke Yamaha marine engine and nimble performance hull that is 60 kilograms lighter, 25 centimetres shorter, and twice as fun to ride than its competition.  

No longer reserved for professional racers and freestylers, the new 2021 SuperJet will find appeal with a wide audience including the race community but also among recreational riders looking for a new thrill.  This includes aging tricksters who will find the athleticism and excitement of riding the new SuperJet to be a similar challenge as wake surfing, which sees continued interest and growth among this audience.


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