Yamaha Boat Parts and Accessories
Your boat provides an outlet for relaxation whether you bask in the sun, water ski, or cruise the open seas. During the off-season when you've docked it at the marina or your home, that's your chance to purchase any boat parts and accessories you need so you can head out to sea when the right weather rolls around.Outboard Engines and Components
Those with a weaker engine may want to purchase a complete Yamaha outboard engine to upgrade from something like 25 HP to a more powerful 150 HP motor. You'll be able to go faster when pulling or carrying additional weight. Add either a two or four-stroke engine to a fishing boat to catch bass and enjoy using a more budget-friendly, fuel-efficient engine. When maintaining your current engine, check out the inventory of Yamaha outboard engines and components, such as intake and fuel systems, cylinder heads and intake manifolds, and ignition and starting systems.Inboard Engines and Components
A boat with an inboard engine requires similar maintenance as an outboard motor. This includes changing filters and oil, checking hoses, or adding antifreeze. You may need to switch out an old fuel filter for a new one, or replace the engine's timing belt or ignition solenoid. Whatever repair you need to make, review the inventory of Yamaha boat inboard engines and components to find the parts you need.Gauges and Instruments
Gauges and other instruments alert you to possible problems and are essential when out boating. Fuel gauges keep you notified so you don't run out of petrol and oil, while water pressure gauges let you know if the engine overheats or may have an oil leak. There are also instruments that record the water surface temperature, travel distances, and the boat's speed. You'll navigate easier and have peace of mind by using these metres to get you safely back to shore.Safety Equipment
Every boater should make sure everyone wears a life jacket while onboard because accidents do happen. Yamaha safety vests are available for men, women, and children. They zip up in the front and include safety straps to cinch around the midsection. Most include a lanyard clip and a self-draining liner. The life jackets, made from neoprene, provide higher buoyancy and help retain body heat when in the water. They are also available in standard styles that fit over the head and secure around the waist.