The Yamaha Surf Package

Changing the realm of what’s possible for wakesurfing

"The Yamaha WakeBooster™ totally changed the face of surfing behind Yamaha’s wake series boats for me. With quick and easy installation, the Yamaha WakeBooster shapes not only a surfable wave but a wave that lends itself to more progressive surfing. No longer are you worried about staying with the wave but instead, you can focus on what your next maneuver will be. This is surfing as it should be." - Danny Hampson, Pro Wake Athlete

An Innovative Design

An Innovative Design

The Yamaha WakeBooster™ “scoops” water towards the centerline, feeding the wake with a massive amount of clean water. The result is a wake that’s more easily surfable, with a nice curl and deeper pocket that provides a larger riding area.

Winner of the 2019 Innovation Award at the Miami International Boat Show!

The Ultimate Surf Packages

The Ultimate Surf Packages

For 19-foot boats, the package includes the WakeBooster, WakeBooster carry bag, and a custom external ballast system.

For 21 and 24-foot boats, the package includes a custom, co-branded 5’3” Slingshot® wakesurf board, WakeBooster carry bag, and wakesurf rope.

The New 19 FT Yamaha Surf Package

Easily affixing to either side of the boat using the tie down hook under the stern, the Yamaha WakeBooster™ ingeniously installs in minutes. The Yamaha WakeBooster fits on 2019 and newer 19-foot boats (runabout and FSH). Watch Captain John Wenz install the WakeBooster on a 19-foot boat. 

How To Set Up the Yamaha WakeBooster™

The Yamaha WakeBooster also fits on all of the following Yamaha boats: 2017 and newer 21-foot boats (runabout and FSH), and 2015 and newer 24-foot runabout boats. Watch Product Manager Mike Ricciardi install the WakeBooster on a 242X boat.

Yamaha Surf Package Reviews

  • For 2019, Yamaha takes watersports fun to the next level with the Yamaha Wakesurf Package of accessories that features the all-new Yamaha WakeBooster wake enhancer that easily affixes to either side of the boat using the tie down hook under the stern. Randy Vance, Boating Magazine

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