Sustainable Inspirational 100% Electric
Our inspiration comes from the South American Electric Eel, a creature defined by strength and grace. We modeled our boats after the eel’s robust head and its sleek, streamlined body. Creating the safety of a solid bow, and the silence of a dynamic, powerful vessel, run entirely on electric energy.
100% Electric - The Power of Silence
X Shore 1
The X Shore 1 has a multitude of core features that make it the ideal vessel for a day (or night) on the water: open transom with built-in swim platform, rail furniture option with central passage, generous deck for sunbathing and leisure, navigation lights, cantilevered roof, retractable sun awning and water sport capabilities.
X Shore Eelex 8000
The Eelex 8000 is built for high performance and offers a truly unique boating experience. Explore the oceans, lakes and nature without the harmful noise and fumes a fossil. fuel engine emits with the true power of electric silence. And the modular design with 10+ layouts can be adapted to every need – from fishing to socializing.
Having designed, built and installed multiple tender projects from 6.5m to the largest Limousine tender built today we are suitably placed to project manage and guide clients through the design and build for electric tenders onto Superyacht’s from start to finish, special attention for lifting and charging onboard integrated into the Yachts power supplies to ensure that the yacht and electric tender/s integrate perfectly together.
X Shore’s view on sustainability.
Electrification of the transport sector, including the maritime industry, is essential in order to reduce global emissions and enable a global carbon net-zero economy by 2050. Leaving fossil fuels behind and going electric is an enabler of carbon net-zero boating, however, we cannot stop there. Every step of the supply chain and boat lifecycle must be free from carbon emissions for the industry to be part of a zero-carbon, climate-resilient future. And equally important, the prosperity of the people and local communities that contribute to our supply chain must be protected to ensure a long-term sustainable electric transition.