The 210 FSH planes with no bow rise, and Yamaha seems to have dialed in the running angle of this hull because I never felt the urge to trim the bow up. We might miss trim, however, with four passengers and a load of gear on board. Typical of jet power, 5,500 rpm is required for reasonable cruising speed, and wide-open throttle is a buzzy 7,800 rpm. Yamaha has made real progress in quieting driveline noise in its current boats, but the high-frequency tone of the engines and pumps is still less-pleasant company than a four-stroke outboard. That’s the only real compromise of jet power; its advantages, and a smart center console layout, make the Yamaha 210 FSH a stand-up option for a family that wants to do it all on the water.