- Tower + Bimini™ Top
- Innovative Cockpit Seating
- In-Floor Storage
- Swim Platform
- Innovative Pump Cleanout Ports
Tower + Bimini™ Top
The forward-swept aluminum tower is perfect for all watersports fun and comes standard with a Bimini Top.
Innovative Cockpit Seating
New deck and hull design maximizes space, comfort and versatility unlike any other 19-foot boat.
Oversized, in-floor storage compartment accommodates wakeboards and extra gear.
Yamaha's signature swim platform design with beverage mounts, backrest cushions and access to the exclusive pump cleanout ports.
Innovative Pump Cleanout Ports
Featuring a simple twist-to-lock design, Yamaha's proprietary cleanout ports provide quick access to the jet pumps.
AR195 Full Specs
|In-Water Height (Bridge Clearance)||7' 6"|
|In-Water Height (Tower Folded)||4' 4"|
|Seating Capacity/Weight Capacity||8 persons/1,600 lbs|
|Storage Capacity||422 gal|
|Limited Warranty||The Best Just Gets Better|
AR195 Featured Accessories
Yamaha Gang Plank™ Float
Up to 6 people can relax and play on the Yamaha Gang Plank Float all day long. It features a zippered connection system so you can link as many together as you want.
Suggested Retail Price of $196.99 and Up
State 2.0 with Remix Boots by Hyperlit
Using advanced shape technology this board is shaped to take riders' skills to the next level for even more action on the water.
Suggested Retail Price of $511.99
Yamaha Rock ‘n’ Tow Tube
A tube and recliner in one! Lay back and hang on, because the curved deck delivers a wild ride.
Suggested Retail Price of $389.99
Redesigned reverse bucket makes this boat even easier to handle around the dock. Boating Writer, Charles Plueddeman
Yamaha’s AR195 is an entry-level jet driven runabout designed for families to have fun on the water while providing them with everything they need to do just that – without needing a long list of options. Everything needed is standard. The AR195 is one of Yamaha’s best value models in their product lineup. Captain Steve, BoatTest.com
The AR195 features a new cockpit layout with a bench seat wrapping from the stern all the way to the port console, which is padded as a backrest for an observer. The sole behind the helm is now open for stowing a 25-quart cooler below a detachable table. Even with the table in place there’s always a clear walkway through the boat. Read the Review » Boating Writer, Charles Plueddeman