Electric Boating Network
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Elco Motor Yachts proudly supports the Electric Boating and Fishing Network (EBFN) as the title sponsor. EBFN is an international network dedicated to the advancement and growth of the electric marine propulsion industry. The mission of the EBFN is to make the world aware of the joy, excitement, and power that this tech displays while helping to keep our waterways clean. The future of our environment depends on the choices we make today. Go Electric!
Wenona, The 1899 Elco Electric Motor is still running
Wenona was built in 1899 and delivered to the F.R. Smith yard on Lake George. Today, Wenona is still running on her original electric motor and demonstrates that quality is our tradition at Elco. In 1903 she was purchased by Bishop Stires, who owned a camp at Shelving...
All Hail the Green Machine
Electric motors and battery capacity will exceed the horsepower and range of gas engines and a tank full of fuel. When that happens, internal combustion engines may vanish as quickly as a stack of $20s at the gas dock. How soon will that happen? Read the full article...
The Future is Now
Check out this great article and see how the past, present, and future are electric! Read the full article here. The Future-Electric Boats
Electric Outboard Repowering on a Boston Whaler Super Sport
Ever wonder exactly how a gas outboard compares to an electric one? Boating Magazine did, and they put our EP-50 up against a Johnson 40 on an iconic Boston Whaler 13 Super Sport. Read the article here. Back in 2015, I’d mused on these pages that my son, Evan, then in...
Hybrid Sportsman 38 Powered by Elco
The Silence of the Wind. Speed of a Gazelle. Beauty of a Woman. From Huckins Yachts The Sportsman 38, Huckins newest yacht, is leading the way into a new era of production and has something for everyone. This beautiful combination of yesteryear and the future proves...
ELCO NEW SMALLER, LIGHTER ELECTRIC INBOARD MOTORS
ELCO OFFERS NEW SMALLER, LIGHTER ELECTRIC INBOARD MOTORS For decades, the Universal Atomic 4 was sailboat manufacturers' gasoline engine of choice. Then, diesel power became prevalent. Today, boatbuilders as well as sailors repowering their boats are choosing Elco...
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