A Flight Control Tower is a standard feature on their G-Series models. With push-button operation, while connected to the bimini, it can adapt quickly to bridge height or a boathouse.
MicroTuners can be added to the hull transom to fill in the troughs of the wake with more water for better and faster skiing directly behind the boat.
The Super Air Nautique will have a new frameless windshield, adjustable vents, and upgraded stereo technology.
Some models have an optional ballast system with touchscreen controls.
The Yamaha Watercraft Group’s 19-foot deck boats and center console models have new hull and deck designs that are 3” longer and 2” wider for larger cockpit seating, lounge area, and swim platforms.
The FSH Series bow has larger storage compartments with wider openings and integrated tackle boxes. They have four-rod holders on the deck and 14 total on the boat. The Sports version adds four more on the t-top.
The touchscreen control system features a new user interface to adjust the No Wake Mode™ and Cruise Assist, along with other functions.
A WakeBooster™ can be outfitted for riders on both sides of the boat and wake. It creates a larger cleaner wave.
These boats are becoming more popular. Crownline is releasing 10 new models. Five are additions to the current outboard series XS models ranging from 19 to 29 feet. Other models include three new surf boats and two stern drives with advanced designs and performance.
Here is a list of some 2019 boat shows to compare boat brands with local dealers.
Nautique.com, New for 2019, https://www.nautique.com/about/new-for-2019
Pontoon Deck Boat Magazine, 2018. Crownline to release 10 new boats for 2019, https://www.pdbmagazine.com/2018/05/crownline-to-release-10-new
Yamaha News, 2018. New 19-Foot Boats and Major Updates for 2019 Yamaha Boat Line, https://www.yamahaboats.com/news/new-19-foot-boats-and-major-updates-for–2019-yamaha-boat-line/
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