Yamaha F40 adds to "fire power."
- Historic Vessel Leaves Newport Harbor for Long Beach. Brody, Ambrosia // Log Newspaper;4/12/2013, Issue 943, p53
The article informs that the Old Number 9, first historic fireboat of Newport harbor in Newport Beach, California, has been cruised away to a new port at the Aquatics Center Sea Scout Base in Long Beach, California from its former homeport at the Newport Sea Base in Newport Beach, California.
- Could high cost halt fire boat? Collins, John // Caribbean Business;1/18/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p21
Reports on the warning by Puerto Rican shipping industry insiders that high maintenance costs could halt the operations of the fire boat in San Juan Harbor.
- Dual-Prop Update. Banse, Tim; Daly, Jim // MotorBoating;Jul2000, Vol. 186 Issue 1, p26
Presents information on the dual-propeller outdrives built by MerCruiser, Volvo Penta and Yamaha companies.
- The four-stroke files. // Dirt Bike;Apr98, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p12
Presents information on the American press getting preferential treament over the European press regarding Yamaha Corporation's introduction of production bikes. Types of production bikes mentioned; Reasons for this treament; Difference of these production bikes as compared to European models.
- Play it again, Seisuke. Morris, Kathleen // FW;11/22/94, Vol. 163 Issue 24, p42
Focuses on the Yamaha Corporation. Background; Company profile; Financial performance; Profits; Technological innovations; Sales figures.
- Boost for Yamaha dealers. // Dealernews;Oct96, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p8
Reports on the expansion of Yamaha's regional offices in the United States to enhance its level of dealer services. Focus of resources to smaller groups of dealers nationwide; Promotion of Kevin Decew as regional sales manager.
- Yamaha shows off its history. Ichikawa, Yasushi // Cycle World;Feb99, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p30
Presents information on Yamaha's Communication Plaza at the company's Iwata, Japan headquarters. Functions of the building; Features.
- Yamaha's RADD sport-tourer. // Cycle World;Nov92, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p27
Describes two new Yamaha motorcycles, which may be shown at the IFMA Motorcycle Show (Cologne, Germany). The Yamaha 750cc OW02 sportbike; RADD-suspensioned sport-touring motorcycle, which may be called the Ultimate; James Parker-designed RADD center-hub front suspension; Fuel-injected 1000cc...
- The same guy. Egan, Peter // Cycle World;Feb96, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p14
Presents information on the introduction of Yamaha's new luxo-cruiser/tourer, the Royal Star, which was held in Sedona, Arizona. History of Yamaha from 1950 to present.