(1962 / Marine Product)
This sporty and compact FRP boat was developed with the aim of increasing the popularity of marine leisure in the wake of Yamaha Motor's 1960 launch of the RUN-13 and CAT-21 as Japan's first mass production FRP boats. In pursuit of a “feeling of enjoyment when riding” on flat waters, a hiflex type hull was adopted for the first time on a Yamaha-built boat. Along with the offshore specification striped hull model that appeared later, it formed the core of Yamaha Motor's pleasure-use boat series. On display is the 1963 model.
- Overall Length × breadth × depth: 3.34m × 1.49m × 0.60m
- Maximum engine horsepower: 14.7kW (20.0PS)
- Passenger capacity: 2
*All figures, etc. in a model's description or specifications are from when the model was originally released.