PWC 1 Passenger Stand-up

1 Passenger Stand-up

Once the model of choice for personal watercraft enthusiasts, 1 passenger stand-up PWCs are currently only made by two manufacturers – Kawasaki and Yamaha. These crafts feature smaller 2-stroke engines and lightweight hulls. They may not have the power of the larger runabouts, but stand-up crafts accelerate in a hurry and are much more agile. Ideal for short-course racing, stand-up crafts are also used in freestyle competitions where they put on sensational aerial displays.
 

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2015 Yamaha SuperJet Review

The last of the stand-up PWC lives on

Believe it or not, Yamaha still produces the once-popular SuperJet. The craft comes with a catch: it’s for closed-course racing use only, meaning you can’t register it and ride it on your local waterway.

2014 Yamaha Super Jet Review

The lone remaining stand-up craft rides again

Yamaha’s Super Jet, the lone remaining stand-up in the industry, handles like a champ and has got reliable power with plenty of upgrade potential.

2013 Yamaha Super Jet Review

When it comes to buying a standup, racers have all the fun

Look at the Yamaha WaveRunner product lineup for 2013 and you’ll see a familiar craft down toward the bottom of the list – the Super Jet. But wait, didn’t all stand-ups go out of production in 2012?

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