FIND EVERYTHING ELECTRIC BOATS in THE PLUGBOATS SUPPLIER DIRECTORIES
With listings for over 625 companies worldwide, the Plugboats Directories of Electric Boat and Boating Suppliers is the complete international source for information about electric boating companies and suppliers: electric boats, motors, outboards, inboards, pods, saildrives, motors, batteries, chargers and accessories, as well as electric boat rentals and charters. This page lists all companies in all categories.
Click on a link below for Directories in each category that can be searched by Product or Service, Business Type (Dealer, Distributor, Manufacturer) and Country.
Links to Categorized Plugboats Directories
Boats: Powerboats, Sailboats, PWCs, Boards Boat Shows Accessories: Batteries, Chargers, Solar etc. Motors: Inboards, Outboards, Pods, Saildrives, Trolling, ‘IOs’ and ‘Z-Drives’ Refits, Conversions, Service Rentals, Charters, Tours, Cruises All Categories
Plugboats Buying Guides
Plugboats also has Buying Guides with specifications giving power ratings, motor type, weight and other specifications for individual motors – including MSRP price in many instances. There is also our excellent explainer about electric boat batteries.
Electric Boat and Boating Directory: Includes All Categories
The directory below includes all manufacturers, dealers and online retailers of all categories of electric boats and related motors and accessories.
For individual categories use the blue links above for a page dedicated to that category alone.
Inland Waterways InternationalInland Waterways International
IWI brings together people and organisations who support the conservation, use, development and proper management of inland waterways worldwide.
It aims to raise public awareness of the benefits of using waterways for a wide range of activities, from inland water transport to cruising, towpath walking and other recreational uses, as well as appreciating their architectural and landscape values as heritage.
It also promotes restoration, where appropriate, of waterways which have become derelict.
Its membership includes leading navigation authorities, as well as voluntary bodies, museums and commercial companies. Individual members include both users and experts in the various disciplines.
All have a keen interest in both the history and the modern significance of inland waterways for commercial carrying and recreational use. Today the membership covers 22 countries from around the world.