FREESTYLE SERIESREADY FOR TAKE OFF
REDEFINING THE LAWS OF PHYSICSWith the all new JetBlaster and the legendary SuperJet, Yamaha’s Freestyle Series challenges your athletic side.
STAND UP AND RIDE WITH OUR FREESTYLE LINEUP
RISE TO THE CHALLENGE
Inspiring a New Generation
Starting at $9,799.00
- ADJUSTABLE HANDLE POLE
- JET PUMP NOZZLE
- CLASS-LEADING YAMAHA TR-1® ENGINE
- LARGE FUEL TANK AND FUEL LEVEL METER
- ULTRA-LIGHT HULL
- REBOARDING HANDLE WITH PADDED FOOT TRAY
THE ENVY OF YOUR PEERS
Introducing the all-new JetBlasterPlayful agility meets versatility in an all-new personal watercraft experience.
13.2gal gas tank
Feeding this award-winning motor is a 13-gallon fuel tank for all day fun.
Provide a secure stance with additional leverage when riding standing up.
Engine - TR-1 HO
Powering the JetBlaster is the three-cylinder Yamaha TR-1 HO marine engine that is the most powerful motor in a compact-size watercraft today.
Enables the rider to pop out of the water, do spins, and athletic riding.
Taller, wider handlebars
Allow the rider to have more leverage over the bars, and new performance grips reduce hand slippage and fatigue.
THE NEXT CHAPTERBEGINS
Designed to challenge first time riders and seasoned pros alike.
Yamaha’s award-winning, three-cylinder, four-stroke TR-1® marine engine.This compact, lightweight 1,049cc engine delivers the exhilarating acceleration that standup riders love.
Stable Hull DesignPerfect for 3-up riding and towing.
L-MODEReduces top speed and acceleration for novice riders.
THE ORIGINAL EXPERIENCEFAST FORWARD
Imagined 30 years ago. Built for today.Under the waterline, the SuperJet hull is designed for greater static and dynamic stability while maintaining the SuperJet’s thrilling turning abilities.
Can be set at either 16 or 19 degrees for greater static and dynamic stability.
Features a wide padded foot tray with an integrated reboarding holder.
Adjustable Handle Pole
Features three-position adjustable handlepole with competition handlebars.
142 pounds lighter and 8.8 inches shorter than competition.