Frequently asked questions
What is the maximum speed of the boat?
Our tests have shown that our boats can travel at speeds of up to 40 knots. A distance of 100 nautical miles can be reached when traveling at lower speeds
For how long can I drive?
While maintaining a consistent speed of 25 knots, our crafts are capable of traveling for more than 2 hours on a single charge.
What can I do if I breakdown in the middle of the sea?
Knowing how far you can travel on your current battery charge is vital when operating an electric boat. This is why all of our crafts come with a powerful display that provides information such as remaining nautical miles/time left on your current charge. This information is continuously updated depending on your speed, so there are no upsetting surprises. When the display reads 0%, your battery has a 20% charge remaining so you can safely get to a charging point.
Where is the boat manufactured?
Our eElectric crafts are manufactured in Sweden. We happily accept international orders.
How does an electric boat change my experience?
There’s nothing quite like driving an electric craft. Imagine treating your family and friends to a noiseless sunset boat ride. The sound of waves breaking against the hull as the ocean breeze envelops you. Gone are the toxic fumes and disruptive noises associated with traditional gasoline engines. At X Shore, we allow you to become one with nature through electric power.
How is the maintenance of an electric boat?
Going electric means forgoing the annoying and sometimes costly maintenance of traditional engines. Winterizing your motor and changing the oil will become a thing of the past. As an added bonus, an X Shore engine offers instant torque and quick throttle response.
How is an electric boat beneficial for the environment?
There is no longer a risk for carbon monoxide poisoning, oils leaks and spills, or toxic exhaust fumes with an electric boat. The powerful silence of the electric engine offers wildlife a much-needed respite from noisy traditional engines.
How does an electric boat help me save money?
The cost to fully charge an X Shore battery is between €10-20, as opposed to fossil fuel engines that can cost an average of €200 for a full tank of gasoline. X Shore is 1/10th of this cost.
Why should I go electric?
Take a stand and show you care about the climate by investing in electric power. Electric vehicles are quickly rising in importance amongst trendsetters, the global business elite and celebrities. Going electric is a powerful statement. It says a lot about who you are and what values are important to you.
Is there only one kind of battery?
We currently only offer lithium-ion batteries, however the construction of our battery pack allows for easy modification so that we are able to take advantage of new technologies when they are available.
What kind of propulsion do you use?
We use a single shaft propeller.
How big are the batteries?
You currently have the option to choose between 90 kWh and 120 kWh.
How do you charge your crafts?
We use dual (220 V/5 AMP) or triple connections (360 V/30 AMP).
How long does it take to fully charge the boat?
Between 8-12 hours, depending on the power source.
Do you have solar panels?
We are working on making them an option.
What are the materials used for the hull?
We use fiberglass.
What does the boat weigh?
The Smögen 8000 weighs 2200 kg
Is there a way to lighten the boat using other materials?
This is currently under development.
What is the thought behind the hull design?
Our hull is designed with low resistance technology in mind. A single or dual hull is available, depending on your choice
Is there a choice of different chair/seating models?
There are many customizable features on our crafts, including an easy to adjust modular seating design.
What kind of options are you going to have?
We are always thinking about how we can improve our boats. Currently you can purchase a sunroof as an added option.
How many models do you have?
X Shore currently has the following options available:
• 8m + 6.5m sunroof
• 5m + 8m cabin + 6.5m or cabin (coming in 2019)
How many boats have you sold?
We began taking orders December 2018.