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Pure Watercraft’s Works on All-Electric Pontoon Boat

An electric pontoon boat was unveiled at the CES by Pure Watercraft, a prominent manufacturer of electric boats and motor systems. Pre-orders may now be placed online. Pure Watercraft and General Motors have collaborated on this for the first time, resulting in this inaugural offering. Pure Watercraft’s partnership with General Motors has produced its first product.

Pure Watercraft’s market value

Approximately 20% of the recreational boating market in the United States uses Pure Watercraft’s all-electric pontoon boat, which offers a new level of comfort, performance, and low maintenance for that market segment.

What’s so special about Pure Watercraft?

With a top speed of 23 mph, Pure Watercraft’s 24’7″ pontoon boat can hold up to 10 people and is powered by single or twin Pure Outboard motors and a GM battery pack with up to 66 kWh of storage.

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If you’re looking for an all-electric boat that can be used for cruising, water sports, and fishing, this is the one to get. Pricing estimates range from $45,000 for a single outboard to $60,000 for a double outboard (twin outboard).

How is it different and better than traditional pontoon boats?

People are flocking to electric pontoon boats to get out on the water and connect with family and friends in nature. For the same price as a traditional pontoon boat, they can have a better time on the water without having to worry about engine noise or maintenance.

The company’s unwavering focus on efficiency has resulted in this previously unseen level of value. There are already pre-orders being accepted on the company’s website, and the first deliveries are slated to arrive in late 2022.

About the company

Pure Watercraft is spearheading a major shift in the way people enjoy boating. The company was founded in Seattle, Washington, in 2011 and provides environmentally-friendly electric marine propulsion.


YouTube: Pure Watercraft Electric Pontoon Boat

Photo credit: All images shown are owned by Pure Watercraft and were made available for press usage.

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Raghul Manikandan
Raghul Manikandan
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