Elcat and Splash Solar Electric Boats - USA

 Boats / gosun


The Elcat Electric Boat is the most energy efficient boat available for boaters. It’s patented, lightweight yet durable European construction allows it to glide on its catamaran rails. This Tough and durable DWF (double wall fabric) boat is lighter than carbon fiber. This solar boat weighs only 264 lbs. It can travel up to 6 mph with only 1.3 kW / 2 HP of power and is ideal for calm waters.

$7,950 to $12,750


The bigger and more luxurious version of the all electric Elcat boat provides an easy to use ‘optional’ center steering console, 16 inches of additional headroom and more powerful motor options. Includes transparent, roll-up, zippered windows and doors. Very stable boat, great for beginners, rentals, camping overnight, heavier loads, and when more stability is desired. Durable double wall drop-stitch technology makes this boat as tough as carbon fiber but lighter.

$14,250 to $23,250

Silent and clean power without the headache of fossil fuels

Solar Powered
Charge from grid power or solar, extend range with sunshine

One Year Warranty
GoSun has you covered with award winning customer service

Low Maintenance
Spend your time doing what you want instead of cleaning and repairs

Boat with the flip of a switch
Elcat is shockingly affordable and portable when compared to anything else of its size and capability. Inflated it becomes 15 feet long, 8 feet wide, and over 6 feet tall.

Ultra Efficient & Long Range
A surprising distance can be covered with the included 1.3kW motor and 1.3kWH battery. Effortlessly glide across the water with the stability of a catamaran and a top speed of 6 knots. Elcat will run all day at trolling speeds and go even further on solar.

Charge via Grid or Solar
The Elcat battery monitor provides three accurate data streams to help you determine how long you can motor along. With charging available from grid or solar power you can stay out longer.

How Elcat Excels
Everyone knows that boats are expensive to own, insure, tow, and maintain. Traditional boats are heavy, complex, and noisy.

In contrast, Elcat is shockingly affordable, easily transported, simple to maintain and store. It’s fuel-free, all-electric with grid and solar power. Finally, it’s tons of fun and surprisingly versatile.

Party of Six, All Aboard
Seating all over, including the upper deck, Elcat carries up to six adults, over 1,300 pounds, and measures 14’8″ Long by 8′ Wide and 6‘6” Tall

Inflatable Solar Catamaran
Each of six air chambers, weighing less than 80 pounds, get zipped together to form a durable vessel that floats on two pontoons with the floor/deck elevated off the water

Free Shipping not available on this product. Estimated Delivery in May 2023. No coupons apply. Questions? Please use the ‘Contact This Listing Owner’ in the right to contact: Davey-at-gosun.co

  • Listing ID: 25175
  • Price: Regular Price: $12,750
  • Boat Type: Catamaran, Cruising, Solar
  • Boat Model: Elcat
  • Certification: Elcat is Made in Europe and marked CE.
  • Hull Material: DWF (double wall fabric)
  • Length: 14’ 8’ L • STOWED DIMENSIONS: approx 4' x 2' x 2'
  • Beam: 7’ 8 “ W
  • Bridge clearance: 7 ‘ 8”
  • Weight: 264 lbs. Load Capacity: 1,322 lbs
  • Motor Manufacturer: ePropulsion
  • Motor Model: Spirit 1.0 Plus
  • Top Speed: 6 knots
  • Output power: 1 kW / 2 HP Long Shaft
  • Comparable gas/petrol HP: 2 HP
  • Propeller: 11" x 5/8" 2 blade composite
  • Throttle: Tiller
  • Throttle: More Info: Electricat Speedy has Console and Steering Wheel
  • Motor Weight: 24.2 lbs
  • Battery Weight: 18.6 lbs
  • Motor Technology: BLDC (Brushless DC)
  • Battery Chemistry: LiFePo4 (LFP)
  • Battery Capacity: 1276 wh / 46 V
  • Charger: Yes
  • Charge Time: Standard: Grid: 8.5 hours
  • Solar Panels: 200 W & MPPT controller
  • Passengers: 6
Contact details

National USAUnited States,North America Show phone number https://gosun.co/products/gosun-elcat-solar-powered-electric-boat/

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