- Tower + Bimini™ Top
- Innovative Cockpit Seating
- In-Floor Storage
- Bow Seating
Tower + Bimini™ Top
The forward-swept aluminum tower is perfect for all watersports fun and comes standard with a Bimini Top.
Innovative Cockpit Seating
The 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.
The wide bow design includes beverage mounts and backrest cushions for maximum comfort.
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 Surf Package
For 19-foot boats, the package includes the WakeBooster and External Yamaha Ballast System.
Suggested Retail Price of $1,199
State 2.0 with Remix Boots by Hyperlit
Develop your skills quicker with advanced shape technology. A complete entry level deck, shaped to take riders' skills to the next level.
Suggested Retail Price of $511.99 and Up
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