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LEX BOATS A


motorboat built with passion and a love of detail. If you have grown up with boats and have very high


expectations for a motorboat of sophisticated technical design and at the same time competitive performance. Back in 2013, Nina and Christian Lex devoted themselves to the challenge: their own boat brand. A boat with style, elegance and individuality - modern with a sense of tradition, the unique eLex 610 and now the sporty and longer Lex 790 have arrived. In a short space of time the brand Lex Boats has become a large part of the electric boat scene.


Specifications ELEX 610 Length 6.10m Beam 2.12m Draft 0.36m Electric motor 4 - 60kW Max speed 43km/h Dry weight 570kg without engine Battery Lithium Mangan batteries www.elex-boats.com


BUDSIN F


or over 25 years Budsin has been building some of the finest electric boats available. The


boats are crafted one at a time by people who love their job. They range in size from 15 to 22 feet and their virtually silent operation provides hours of running time, with top speeds of five to seven knots. Conversations can be conducted at normal levels and the driver’s controls are convenient and unobtrusive, demanding very little attention. Handling is accurate and smooth, it will do a 180° in a boat length. Hand made by passionate and skilled craftsmen, so if you’re looking for something a little more subtle and special, give Budsin a call.


Specifications LIGHTNING BUG Length 4.57m Beam 1.3m Draft 0.38m Electric motor 0.7kw Max speed 9.6 km/hr Battery 2 x 90 a/hr AGM main bank, 2 x 55 a/hr AGM optional reserve bank www.budsin.com


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