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Go-Float Boat Brings Electric To The Water Better Than Anyone

The Go-Float Vector is one of four in the company’s line of electric boats and one of the only electric planing boats in existence. While it isn’t considered the company’s “bestseller,” it definitely brings the goods in the usability department with speeds of up to 25 miles per hour and 10 hours of cruising time before ever needing a recharge. It’s 100 percent electric and powered by lithium, and it isn’t too shabby in the looks department either. Specifically, the Vector is driven by an inboard, liquid cooled, brushless AC motor powered by a lightweight 72v rechargeable lithium ion battery Read More

With Magnum Marine 80, Who Cares About Houses?

American boatyard Magnum is the brain behind the Marine 80, which has an imposing style and an attitude to match. When you see this baby out on the water, the last thing you’ll want to do is get in its way. Even so, the homey interiors are much more spacious and welcoming than you would expect. In fact, after seeing several of the pics currently on display — just shift your eyes downward or click our BUY link (for the full gallery) — we’d say owning one of these beauties is more agreeable than burdening ourselves with a house and Read More

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Rock The Boat With Your Very Own Jet Capsule

The Jet Capsule is an aptly named, high performing powerboat that you’re going to want guiding you on your next venture onto the high seas. It has a compact look, but it’s much roomier than you think, comfortably fitting seven people. The interior design makes it easy to entertain guests or just get away from your landlocked day-to-day and do a little work or write that novel while floating along without a care in the world. The onboard furniture can convert to a bed so if you want to spend the night out on the water, who’s stopping you? Finally, Read More

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Sea-Doo 230 Wake Sport Boat

Summer may be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t already planning for next year. And in all honesty, some of us may need at least that long to start saving up for our new boat – the Sea-Doo 230 Wake. Delivering up to 510-hp from a twin SCIC (Supercharged Intercooled) Rotax 4-TEC engine, the 230 Wake comes packed with features including: Arch tower with speakers and board racks Multi-directional heater Swim platform Ergonomic and aesthetically pleasing helm A safer internal impeller (rather than an external propeller) Innovative Direct Drive Propulsion System that allows for more power and better Read More