Anytime you can ride on a jet ski that feels like you’re in perfect harmony with it on the water, then you must be sitting on the Yamaha SuperJet.
Ultimate quickness and control is the SuperJet’s trademark, with the ability to out-carve rival racers by diving deep on the inside and turning like a sharp blade. All that can be attributed to its amazing power and acceleration, which if you didn’t know, comes courtesy of the race-bred 2-stroke engine that has been combined with a smooth, ultra-light hull.
The SuperJet is faster and also more stable than any other jet ski. It’ amazingly agile with unbelievable grip and bite on the water. Moreover, the SuperJet is also easy to ride with the wide-front hull, the clever, spring-assisted handle pole design and the great lean-forward riding position making a world of difference.
With the SuperJet, you’ll definitely know that the rider can easily get the fun of riding out on the open water.
Find out more about the Yamaha Superjet after the jump.
Extremeboat with Jackie Hunt and Mike Shelton showed us a superb tactical performance obtaining the victory for the second consecutive year in the British Grand Prix SuperSport title for the husband and wife pairing. Sun Lik Beer, the Anglo-Chinese boat of Martin Lai and Andreas Halkiopoulos finished second and Roscioli Hotels Roma third.
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Britain’s Johnny Herbert has put on-hold his debut in the Powerboat P1 World Championship to support his daughter in an Olympics equestrian trial at the weekend.
Herbert had planned to race in the Powerboat P1 British Grand Prix of the Sea, taking place in Cowes over the August Bank Holiday weekend, but now hopes to compete at a World Championship event later in the season.
The ex-Formula One driver and 24 Hours of Le Mans race winner had asked for a Powerboat P1 “wildcard” entry after (...) > Full story
Sail gives way to power on the Isle of Wight over the August Bank Holiday weekend when the Powerboat P1 British Grand Prix of the Sea roars into life, building upon the 47 year heritage of the Cowes Powerboat Festival. More than 120 craft are expected to assemble in Cowes, including many of the world’s top racing craft and crew, and organizers predict spectator numbers will exceed last year’s estimate of 70,000.
The racing starts in earnest on Friday 24th with the highlight of the (...) > Full story
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Jackie Hunt doesn’t trust many people to take the helm of her P1 SuperSport World Championship winning powerboat, but when Darren Turner, driver for the SEAT Sport UK British Touring Car team, arrived at Southampton yesterday (Wednesday 15th August) along with a Channel 4 film crew, Jackie handed over the steering wheel while Darren took it for a spin on the Solent.
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After being short listed by The Transat race organizer, OC Events Ltd as one of two UK cities bidding for the start of The Transat 2008, Plymouth has succeeded in defeating the close competition to retain this most historic of ocean yacht races formerly known as the OSTAR.
The Transat, which has started from Plymouth ever since the inaugural race in 1960 when Sir Francis Chichester won the event in just over 40 days, has become synonymous with the city. Steeped in maritime history, The (...) > Full story
On Saturday 1600 hours, RORC race management announced a 24 hour delay for the start of the Rolex Fastnet Race (initially planned for Sunday 12th August) with the possibility of an ensuing postponement.
For the ORMA class, in agreement with all the enrolled skippers, the race has been cancelled. This cancellation was motivated by 3 main reasons:
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The damage to Jotun, sustained after dramatically crashing out of last Sunday’s Scandinavian Grand Prix, has left the team facing a race against time to be ready for the Romanian Grand Prix in Mamaia at the beginning of September (August 31 – September 2).
“The damage is not really too serious but there is a lot of work involved to get the boat repaired and ready,” said team manager and co-owner, Per Carsten Michelsen. “We have to replace hatches and of course change both engines. (...) > Full story
Former Formula 1 star Johnny Herbert swapped horsepower of the four-wheeled variety for a rather different type, as he tried out P1’s Wettpunkt.com on Lake Como in Italy, describing the experience as totally alien to anything he had ever done before.
The 43-year-old took to the driver’s seat of the 11.3-litre, Evolution Class front-runner Wettpunkt.com, alongside throttleman Hannes Bohinc and navigator Ed Williams-Hawkes and in place of regular driver Miles Jennings. It was, the (...) > Full story