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2007 Yamaha AR210

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The Yamaha AR210 is the perfect boat for a family that likes water sports. This nine person boat is design for efficiency, storage and fun.

Features


The Powerplant:
The AR210 is powered by two high-performance, 110 horsepower, four-cylinder, 1052cc Yamaha marine engines. Electronic fuel injection feeds each of these powerplants, providing excellent throttle response throughout the total RPM range.
Yamaha Loop-charged Combustion: Fuel mixture actually loops as it enters the combustion chamber, which helps distribute fuel/air mixture evenly for better combustion, performance and fuel economy.
Corrosion Protection System: Sacrificial zinc anodes protect the engine from harmful galvanic corrosion. Stainless steel fasteners (nuts, bolts, hardware) assure a long service life. Cylinders, cases and heads are all treated with a durable oxide coating to form a barrier between corrosion and expensive engine parts.
Electronically Controlled, Variable Ignition Timing: For exact ignition advance control at all throttle positions and RPMs.

Yamaha AR210

The Jet Pump Propulsion System:
The AR210 twin 155mm hyper-flow jet pump propulsion system with three-blade stainless steel impeller is designed to maximize water flow for high performance. The twin pump configuration provides excellent hook-up and smooth acceleration.
Stainless Steel Impeller Housing Liners: For high durability, the liners maintain accurate clearance tolerances between the impeller and the housing.
High Flow Intake Ducts and Grates: The dynamic shape of these items directs water flow into the pump for optimum thrust, performance and hook-up.
Cooling Water Intake Filters: Filters out harmful debris that could cause blockage of important cooling water passages.
Jet Pump Clean-out Plugs with Push Button: Allows for direct access to the inlet duct cavity to easily clear any debris from the pumps from inside the boat.

The Hull and Deck:

The AR210 utilizes a deep-V, multi-chine hull with 20-degree dead rise. The hull and deck are constructed of multiple layers of fiberglass with sandwich core construction reinforcements.
The fiberglass stringer is separately constructed, laminated into the hull and then injected with foam to provide maximum floatation as well as longitudinal and lateral structural rigidity.
The engine bed, which represents a revolution in boat design, is a separate fiberglass part bonded into the hull with polyurethane adhesive then laminated to the hull and stringer system. This separate engine bed also isolates and protects the engines from any water in the bilge area of the boat as well as providing isolation from engine vibration and noise.
The deck is then fastened to the hull with both mechanical fasteners and polyurethane adhesive giving this revolutionary semi-monocoque fiberglass structure unsurpassed strength and rigidity.

Yamaha AR210

Additional Features:
Multiple Storage Compartments: In the cockpit area is a huge port side storage locker. This high capacity compartment is large enough to store a full-size cooler, several PFDs and much more. The door of this locker doubles as a wind reflector when opened and secured to the adjacent starboard helm console. There are also two large floor storage compartments perfect for storing ropes, PFDs and dock bumpers.
Independent, Dual Engine Controls: Independently adjusts each throttle position. An independent shifter controls forward, neutral and reverse.
Ample Seating for Nine: Richly upholstered wrap around seating in the cockpit and two forward facing seats in the bow provide nine people with one of the most comfortable runabouts on the market today.
Carpet: Removable, High-quality Marine-grade carpet.
Dashboard Controls: The instrumentation of the 210’s helm provides the captain an easy read on speed, compass, RPM and water depth.
Integrated Drink Holders: Located at seat locations for easy access for everyone on board.
Sound System: Top-of-the-line, all-new JBL satellite-ready sound system with a remote at the stern, and the capability to plug in a MP3 player.
No-Wake Mode: The Yamaha 210 Series comes with Yamaha’s No Wake Mode that reduces and sets RPM levels for optimum no wake speeds.
Walk-over Transom : A walk-over transom opens to a cushioned lounge area and reboarding platform. The cushioned backrests make this award-winning design, first introduced with the 230 Series, ideal for lounging in the sun, swimming in a cove, or enjoying a snack with the optional stern-mount table.

Yamaha AR210

Telescoping Re-boarding Ladder: Getting on the 210 Series from the beach is now easier than ever with the 210’s telescoping reboarding ladder at the bow that tucks away neatly into an integrated compartment that doubles as a convenient anchor locker.
Extended Swim Platform with Telescoping Re-boarding Ladder: For easy boarding and re-boarding.
Bimini Top: Premium stainless steel construction with Sunbrella® material for better durability.
Swing-away Tongue Trailer: Every 210 comes complete with a painted swing-away tongue trailer with swing-away tongue for easy storage.
In-floor Self-draining Cooler.


Specs

Yamaha AR210

Number of Engines: 2
Rated Horsepower: 220 hp
Engine Type: 4-Cylinder, 4-Stroke
Displacement: 1052cc
Max Speed: 45.1 knots
Fuel: Regular Unleaded
Type of Intake: EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection)
Starting: Electric
Ignition: Digital CDI
Pumps: 6.10 in. Axial Flow
Transmission: Direct Drive From Engines
Impeller: 3-Blade, Stainless Steel
Overall Length: 21 ft. & 3 in.
Beam: 8 ft. & 6 in.
Draft: 16 in.
Dry Weight: 2950 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 50 gal
Oil Capacity: 1.1 gal per engine
Vehicle Capacity: 9 person/1,620lbs
Storage Compartments: 70.6 Cubic Feet
Dead Rise: 20 degrees
Warranty: 1 year limited, 5 year hull
Color: Black
Price: 30,799 USD




2 comments:

If you are buying this for wakeboarding don’t waste your time.. Check out Moomba. Jet boats produce a terrible unusable wake. great family boat but again if your main intentions are wakeboarding look elsewhere.

I would like to know some of the cons of the AR210. I have heard a lot of the good. I would like to know about the not so good and any solutions for overcoming the cons. Thanks,
Dave.

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