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Yamaha 30

Anybody out there have much information on this boat? Not many around and hard to get information. Thanks
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There was an article in Good Old Boat magazine about the Yamaha sailboats recently.
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Made in Japan, by same company that supplies motorcycles etc, "STILL" being made in Japan, but they sell all they can build in eastern asia. There is a 37 across from me, talking with the owner a few weeks back, I seem to recall there being a forum like this for Yamaha owners. If I see him, I will ask what the addy is. He has found 3 of 5 boat owners for his boat, being as only 5 were made, that is doing pretty good at the yamaha forum owners group.

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Gentleman thanks for the info. Tim
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Try here for info, I found a sales brochure for a 30'r along with a number of other Yamaha sailboats

http://www.yamahasailboats.org/

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Good looking old IOR boat. Not very fast, lot's of them on the west coast.
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The Yamahas all have some nice touches, - recessed genoa tracks, clever cabinetry etc. The 30 has good volume for its size, excellent headroom, but is deemed slowish.

Two models were produced, the earlier ones had the engine under the Vberth, with obviously extensive prop shaft/bearings etc. I think the idea was to promote the then-favorable bow down trim for IOR measurement. Of course all the weight is in the wrong place. Sometime along in production they changed to a more conventional under-companionway configuration.

The forward engine models are less popular and less costly today.
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Yes, yamaha 30 service manual, like a copy!

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Anybody out there have much information on this boat? Not many around and hard to get information. Thanks

I have a yamaha 30, as well as the original service manual, would you like a copy? Just found this web site
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Re: Yamaha 30

Iknow it has been 5 years- but I would like a copy, if you have it.
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