Joyboat Joystick-Controlled Electric Boat

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

For us, half the fun of hitting the water is being captain of the vessel. But, for those of you that would like to spend more time enjoying the views, the Joyboat Electric Boat may be the perfect choice for you.

Doing away with your typical gas-powered motor, the Sky-Yacht designed vessel is instead powered by a set of much less noisy electric engines. Thanks to the long lasting batteries, the Joyboat can stay out on the water for up to 8 hours (at the average cruising speed), and steering is a breeze thanks to the innovative joystick setup. An onboard 7-inch touch-screen screen computer provides your current course and speed along with controlling the pair of 50-watt Bluetooth speakers, GPS, autopilot cruise control, and the remote steering option. [Purchase]

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