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- High Performance Upgrades
- SVHO Engine
- NanoXcel® Hull and Deck
- New Race-Inspired Seat
- Reboarding Step
High Performance Upgrades
The 2019 GP1800R features a new intake grate and ride plate proven to deliver peak performance on the closed course.
Yamaha’s 1.8L supercharged, Super Vortex High Output Marine engine delivers more power and torque than any WaveRunner before it.
NanoXcel® Hull and Deck
NanoXcel® 2 hull delivers an impressive power-to-weight ratio, agile ride and industry-leading fuel efficiency.
New Race-Inspired Seat
Textured with new sticky vinyl for grip and comfort when charging into turns.
Designed to make it easier to reboard after a swim. Conveniently tucks away when not in use.
GP1800R Full Specs
|Available Colors||Azure Blue with White or Black with Torch Red Metallic|
|Rider Capacity||1-3 persons|
|Height (meters)||1.19 m|
|Dry Weight||769 lbs|
|Fuel Capacity (liters)||70 liters|
|Fuel Capacity (gallons)||18.5 gal|
|Storage Capacity (gallons)||24.6 gal|
|NanoXcel®2 Ultra-lightweight Hull and Deck|
GP1800R Featured Accessories
Dry Pak™ Cell Phone Case
Perfect for every water-bound outdoor enthusiast who wants to bring a cell phone.
Suggested Retail Price of $11.49
Men's Yamaha Nylon Side-Entry PFD
Made from heavy-duty coated nylon with a convenient side-entry.
Suggested Retail Price of $59.99
Yamaha Inflatable Floating Cooler
An insulated leak-proof nylon cooler that keeps cold for hours.
Suggested Retail Price of $54.95
"Currently, the GP dominates all tiers of supercharged runabout classes; particularly AquaX offshore races, the Pro Stock IJSBA and Pro Watercross classes, and most notably, major offshore endurance events like the Mark Hahn Memorial 300 and the Long Beach-to-Catalina Championships." Read the Review » Kevin Shaw, Watercraft Journal
The new race designed ride plate is longer to reduce bow rise when accelerating quickly. The planning surface is angled slightly for just the right amount of rocker to give the GP1800R the right riding attitude for optimum top speed. Read the Review » Dave McMahon, PowerSports Editor in Chief