Hello, Looking to sell my 1994 Bayliner Jazz Jetboat. It is a fun little boat and I have had it out on a few lakes. It is a really fun little boat! There are no decals on it for a cleaner look. It also comes with a very nice trailer. Below I have included some specifications and information on the boat. Just changed spark plugs. If you have any questions at all feel free to email, call or text me anytime at 517-581-0748. Thanks for looking and don't miss out on using this boat for the rest of the summer!! $1800 or best offer and i am negotiable!
Below is some info. on the Jazz. 1994 Bayliner Jazz Jet Boat Specs .Combining a force-based, two-stroke, 90-horsepower outboard motor with a jet pump gets you a lot of fun out of a small boat. More personal watercraft than cruising vessel, this little boat combines the best of two worlds. Like a larger boat, you can gunkhole in your favorite spot, do a bit of swimming and then stretch out to dry in the sun. Like jet ski, you can get wet in the spray as you zip around, twist and turn on the water. Engine The top speed of the Bayliner Jazz is 40.6 mph, and she will accelerate from zero to 25 miles per hour in 6.54 seconds.The engine is a 75.1cc Mercury SportJet 90; The standard engine provides 90 horsepower with a 17-gallon fuel capacity. Jazz operators can nosedive the boat by reversing the engine at speed; this maneuver does no mechanical harm to the water jet engine. Description The boat is 14 feet long and has a beam of 5 feet, 8 inches. Weighing 1,000 pounds, it has 16.7 square feet of deck area and the cockpit is 17 inches deep. In the aft seat, three passengers can ride next to each other. It has no seating in the bow area when the boat is underway nor is there a bow cushion for catching some rays while at anchor. It has an ample 8.3 cubic feet of storage space. Handling The Jazz has a relatively flat bottom, which contributes to the maneuverability and handling of the boat. According to Jerry Stansfield, Director of Marketing Communications for U.S. Marine, "It was seen as the next step in the personal watercraft revolution -- a boat that you could drive instead of ride. It had to be able to spin out and do things a wet bike could, but also be well-mannered and predictable. I've seen our test drivers do many things in them, but they've never been able to flip one." History Bayliner built two jet boats since J. Orin Edson founded the company in 1955, the Jazz and the Reflexx. The company put two years of research and development into the Jazz. Originally introduced in 1993, the base price for a Bayliner Jazz in 1993 was $8,495 and included the trailer.