Hey werehk!
This is a good problem, I wasn't aware of the difference of total pressure, static pressure and dynamic pressure.
I also get your answer (that is, if I consider that the streamline of A is the same than the one of B. I know I can't deduce this, but well...). From wikipedia (Static pressure  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia), we can read
Static pressure and dynamic pressure are likely to vary significantly throughout the fluid but total pressure is constant along each streamline.

so I equaled $\displaystyle P_A+\rho \frac{v_1 ^2}{2}$ with $\displaystyle P_B + \rho \frac{v_2^2}{2}$. From it I got that $\displaystyle P_BP_A=7200 Pa$.
On the other hand, if I use Bernouilli's equation : $\displaystyle P_A+\rho g h_A + \frac{\rho v_A^2}{2}=P_B+\rho g h_B + \frac{\rho v_B^2}{2} \Leftrightarrow P_BP_A=\rho (gh_A+\frac{v_A^2}{2}$$\displaystyle gh_B\frac{v_B^2}{2})=\rho (gh_A+8gh_B2)=\rho(6+g(h_Ah_B))=1200(64)=2400$. (I didn't carry the units because it would have been too long to type)
I hope I didn't make any error at the end. So I better wait to see if anyone has the answer.