DutchCraft 25 Electric Tender to Debut at Boot Düsseldorf

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Dutch builder Dutchcraft, the sister company to Zeelander, announced that its second model, the all-electric DutchCraft 25 will make its world debut at Boot Düsseldorf in January 2020.

The 26-foot, 4-inch, fully electric, carbon fiber DC25 tender has a modular deck that allows it to function as a dive boat, sport fisher, toy carrier and family cruiser.

The builder says the DC25 has enough battery power to run 75 minutes at 32 knots or 6 hours at 6 knots, and that it will have many similarities to its big sister, the DC56. The DC56 made its debut at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival and has been nominated for European Power Boat of the Year 2020.

DutchCraft says they are also working on a limousine version of the DC25 that will have added protection from the elements.

For more information, go to DutchCraft.com

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