Jan 23, 2024
The new F350 adds new features to Helm Master® EX and new pitch options for Saltwater Series® II Propeller Series
Yamaha jumps into 2024 with product offerings including a newly-designed F350, which meets customer demand for horsepower diversity combined with premium-level performance and reliability. Engine block and gearcase upgrades give the new F350 a strong core for powering up and going the distance, while comfort and convenience options create a confident ride. Yamaha will also release new Helm Master EX features, as well as more pitch options for the popular Saltwater Series II propellers in 2024.
“The powerful, lightweight design of the new Yamaha F350 responds to the diverse needs of Canadian boaters,” stated Chris Hawkins, Yamaha Motor Canada’s National Sales Director, Marine. “Additionally, updates to Helm Master EX Variable Speed Bow Thruster Integration now accommodates single through quint configurations, offering an enhanced level of boat control. Lastly, new pitch options are added to our reliable Saltwater Series II propeller line, which provides an even broader range of boats with access to exceptional performance and fuel efficiency. In 2024, our goal is to deliver an unmatched experience for Canadian boaters.”
New F350 Offshore
The F350 4.3-litre V6 outboard boasts larger intake and exhaust valves than the F300 and uses the same diameter electronic throttle valve as the 5.6L V8 XTO® 450 to maximize air movement. Better air flow means more power as the F350’s precisely mapped fuel and ignition timing match operator throttle demand for responsive performance. A new crankshaft offers a longer stroke, enabling more torque at lower speeds. Sync all this power with Yamaha’s Digital Electric Steering (DES) and exclusive Thrust Enhancing Reverse Exhaust, and the new F350 becomes the standard for an exciting boating experience.
See the latest from Yamaha at the boat shows this winter or visit www.yamaha-motor.ca.