Massive power for 50-foot-plus boats
Massive power for large offshore boats
Smarter, lighter, faster offshore power
Light, efficient, versatile power
Family & watersports power
Pontoon, fishing & recreation power
Compact, versatile power
Portable power for heavier loads
Portable power for fishing & hunting
Light, compact portable power
Power for bass, flats & multi-species boats
Small bass, bay & multi-species power
Jet pump outboards for the shallows
Power to push sailboats, pontoons & more
Next generation boat control system
Controls, Displays, Gauges & Switches
A propeller for every hp & application
The right prop for your application
Test data on outboard/boat packages
Search for manuals by year/model
Track your outboard maintenance
Manage your Yamaha account
Answers to common product questions
An online outboard maintenance resource
Go to our parts lookup site
The brand behind every reliable engine
Reliable coverage beyond your warranty
Through education, partnership, advocacy and leadership, Yamaha Rightwaters™ champions environmental stewardship and supports marine habitat restoration, invasive species control and scientific research. Our mission is to improve the quality of our boating and fishing waters, and ensure a healthy marine ecosystem for generations to come.
On World Oceans Day in 2019, Yamaha collected 2.3 tons of debris from the Georgia coast. With your help we can continue to do more!
There are so many things you can do to help us protect and preserve marine environments. You can participate in marine and shore cleanup events. Or clean, drain and dry your boat after use to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species. Simple acts of stewardship will go a long way in protecting and preserving marine ecosystems.
Each year, 8 million metric tons of plastic enter our ocean. And that’s just the plastic. Yamaha Rightwaters is partnering with local environmental groups, organizing community cleanups and investing in technology to remove marine plastic and other debris throughout coastal areas.
Yamaha Rightwaters partners with environmental groups such as the Coastal Conservation Association to support habitat restoration for marine life. By building and maintaining reef systems throughout the coastal United States, we aim to increase the available habitat needed for a healthy and sustainable marine environment.
Invasive marine species like lionfish and carp edge out native species and wreak havoc on a range of marine ecosystems, from coral reefs to the Great Lakes. Yamaha Rightwaters supports efforts to mitigate the damage from invasive species, improving the health and longevity of native marine life.