Primary Vehicle Information
2019 Yamaha 270 SE
Engines: Twin Yamaha 1.8 Super Charged Vortex; 250 HP Each; 92 hours
Weight: 5,304 lbs
Fuel Cap: 90 gallons
Fresh Water Cap: 14 gallons
The all-new Yamaha 275 Series is the “Rev Your Heart” brand’s first foray into the luxury 27-foot category and is now the largest and widest jet drive runabout available today. The added length of the 275 Series inspired Yamaha engineers to stretch their imagination and design prowess, and they succeeded beyond expectation. The profile of the 275 Series is powerful and unique, with the flair of a luxury runabout boat that one might see moored in Monaco and Cannes.The driver-forward position and bold wrap-around window treatment add to the 275’s sophisticated allure, and the expansive stern play area and open walkthrough transom give the impression that a party could go off at a moment’s notice.
Twin, Yamaha Supercharged Marine Engines
The Yamaha 275 Series boats are the first to feature twin, supercharged Yamaha 1.8L SVHO marine engines. These engines are the most technologically-advanced motors in a jet drive boat today. The Yamaha SVHO engine is powerful, fuel-efficient, and virtually maintenance-free. And because these compact, lightweight engines and the driveline are placed deep inside the hull, acceleration is instant, bow rise is minimal, and more deck space is available for fun that would otherwise be wasted by a large, intruding engine compartment like that found on other brands’ boats.
Yamaha Connext Touchscreen
Yamaha’s award-winning Connext touchscreen is the hub for the 275 Series entertainment functions, DRiVE control, GPS mapping, and important boat data when underway. And its minimalistic 12.3-inch “floating” design adds to the 275’s sophisticated helm layout. With more than 16 million colors and 1000 nits backlight, the Connext display is much brighter than a smartphone, making it easy to see in direct sunlight. With the motors turned on, the main screen displays engine RPMs, water depth, fuel level, and operating speed. To control the other functions of the 275, just select the appropriate tab located across the top of the display. Yamaha’s Connext touchscreen is intuitive, reliable, and made from the most durable materials available for marine electronics.
Industry-First Swim Up Stern Seating
Industry-first features can be found everywhere on the new Yamaha 275 series boats, including a new patent pending innovation on the stern. At anchor, two removable seats can be attached to the stern. These seats sit just below the water’s surface, providing comfortable in-water seating facing the transom of the boat. With the ladder in between both seats, egress back on the boat is a breeze. When ready to go underway, merely bring the seats back on board.
Convertible Stern Lounges
One of the chief goals in the design of the new Yamaha 275 Series was to connect the stern and the cockpit areas so that the inside of the 275 feels like one large area for all types of entertaining. To do that, Yamaha designers chose new convertible stern seating with seat backs that can be flipped forward or aft to provide versatile seating options throughout the stern and cockpit. The area overall is slightly larger than a full-size bed, so the options for lounging and entertaining are bigger than ever before.
- Porta Potty
- Built-in cooler storage
- Fusion stereo with transom Remote
- WetSounds speakers
- Adjustable Captains chairs with arm rest
- Mooring Cover
- In-Floor Storage
- Bow Filler Cushions
- Under water lights