Electric Boats Blog

Electric boats strive to achieve excellence, however, excellence is not achieved through sheer determination. Knowledge is key to the quality of the outcome.

We have some really interesting reads which you may be interested in if you are looking at purchasing, converting an existing or modifying a boat or larger vessel.

Types of Electric Boats Available on the Market

Types of Electric Boats Available Experts predict the electric boat market will see an 11 percent jump between 2018 and 2028. Although boats operated by electric power have been around for a long time, as consumers become more aware of the various options and benefits, many want to either purchase this type of watercraft or … Read more

Getting Over Electric Range Anxiety

Electric Range Anxiety At one time, the electric car was nothing more than a fantasy, but not anymore. Today, the number of sales for this type of vehicle is increasing with projections for the future looking bright. Although electric cars date back to the early 1800s… Yes you read that correctly. Read the full story … Read more

Electric Boats’ Pick of the 4 Top Electric Superyacht Tenders

#1) Mylne Bolt 18 People are becoming a lot more interested in unconventional propulsion systems. This is partially due to the growing trend of eco-friendly superyachts which are found on the ocean more often nowadays. As the trend continues, we are seeing more electric tenders on the water instead of diesel tenders. The advantage of … Read more

Sean Kelly Q and A

A short interview with Sean founder of Electric Boats: Q.What inspired you to build electric boats? A. We like building and operating boats and we wanted to be amongst the leaders in terms of doing our best to protect the marine environment. Q. What are the most important considerations when buying an electrically powered vehicle/boat? … Read more

How Electric Powered Boats Can Help Save Our Environment

Oil spills on any scale destroy the insulating ability of fur-bearing mammals, such as sea otters, and the water repellency of a bird’s feathers. This exposure makes these creatures vulnerable to the harsh elements. Without this their natural ability to repel water and insulate from the cold, birds and mammals can die from hypothermia. The … Read more

5 Reasons Why It Makes Sense To Use An Electric Power Train For Your Boat

5 Reasons Why It Makes Sense To Use An Electric Power Train For Your Boat Electric engines have always been the black sheep of the motor industry. If combustion motors were human, you might say they had a lot of reasons to feel jealous of electric motors. They are quieter, are up front (with instant … Read more

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