Video: Cycle Springs’ FSH Salt Series Tower Improves Yamaha FSH190 & 190 Deluxe Boats (Gallery)


Yamaha Motor Corp.’s dominance over the recreational jet boat market is pretty obscene, with something to the tune of over 65-pecent. In the last few years, Yamaha has even branched its jet boat line to include two center console fishing boats, the FSH190 and the 190 Deluxe. The two come with covered towers over the pilot’s console and of course, are replete with features that are the envy for any weekend fishing enthusiast. Yet alas, in selling as many FSH190 and the 190 Deluxe models as Cycle Springs Powersports does, they discovered a key flaw in the boats’ design that the super dealership’s engineers raced to rectify.

As is with all the other awesome additions that Cycle Springs offers, the new FSH Salt Series Tower is truly a remarkable piece of equipment that only elevates the purchase of either of these two Yamaha jet boats to the next level.

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The FSH Salt Series Tower provides added advantages over stock FSH Sport Tower by providing overhead storage, larger coverage, extra hand railings for walking the gunwales, four extra rod holders, overhead life jacket storage, bow and stern spreader lights, as well as relocating the anchor light to the top so it’s out of the way (normally mounted on swim platform right behind captains leaning post) and an upgraded material for the Bimini top that can be trailered.

But as the video below will illustrate, the biggest advantage of going with Cycle Springs’ new FSH Salt Series Tower is the ability to quickly and easily collapse the tower forward to allow you to stow your Yamaha FSH190 and 190 Deluxe in your standard home garage. That’s right! Owning a boat doesn’t mean having to take up the side or backyard, or even a off-site storage spot! You can simply collapse the tower and back your trailer into the garage for safe-keeping! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, see it in action HERE:

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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