Unveiled at the show was the 2016 FX Cruiser SVHO, billed as Yamaha’s top-of-the-line WaveRunner, featuring their most powerful engine ever. When you ride this high-tech marvel you'll be sitting above a 250-horsepower, fuel-injected, four-cylinder engine. Andrew Cullen, Communications Manger for Yamaha's Watercraft group, told me you'll be able to go bounding over the water at close to 70 mph. I asked what the speed would be with 3 people aboard and he said, “almost the same”. It's 1812 cc of torque gets up to 30 mph in under two seconds if I remember correctly. An innovative feature is the SVHO’s dual-throttle system. The right handlebar has the forward throttle and the left handlebar is reverse. When you’re speeding across the water, you can use the left throttle as a brake. If you left go of both throttles you come to a standstill. But wait, there's more! Yamaha claims it’s more fuel-efficient than anything in its class, mostly because it’s lighter at 836 pounds. When you fill the 18.5-gallon tank with the recommended premium unleaded gas, you can travel 100 miles or more depending on heavy you lean the throttle. $15,899 includes most of the deluxe features, and Yamaha offers many other lower prices WaveRunners.