E-Propulsion Outboards

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E-Propulsion offers the joy of a quiet ride without the smell, pollution, or maintenance needs of traditional gas motors.
They float! That’s right, the only floating e-motor batteries available on the market. No more worrying about a fumble.

We started buying and carrying ePropulsion products as soon as they became available on the market a eight years ago. Since then they’ve done nothing but improve! We’d be happy to help you find a motor that works for your needs, so Contact Us if you have any questions or are looking to order.

ePropulsion Products:

Spirit 1.0 Plus Electric Outboard
Spirit 1.0 Evo Electric Outboard
Pod Drives
Vaquita for Paddle boards and Kayaks
E-Series Batteries

Frequently Asked Questions

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ePropulsion Products

ePropulsion is leading the innovation of electric outboard motors, with brushless direct-drive outboard, field-oriented control, anti-corrosion technology. The outboard motors have proven to be more quiet, more durable, and offer longer battery life than the competition at better prices in consumer reports across the board.

Spirit 1.0 Plus

Our Best Seller!


Includes Motor, Battery, and Charger

*Does not include shipping/handling or local tax

Spirit 1.0 Plus is a portable 3HP electric outboard made for dinghies, fishing boats, sailboats and tenders. It features a 1276Wh large integrated lithium battery for long range. It’s nimble, lightweight, and clean powered.

  • 42lbs (including battery) total weight
  • Suitable for vessels up to 3,000 lbs
  • 1kW or 3HP gas equivalent

Click Here for more details and specs on the Spirit 1.0 Plus

Spirit 1.0 EVO

Spirit 1.0 EVO offers the same power and reliability as the Plus, but the new Spirit 1.0 Evo model is the first-ever electric outboard that features hydrogeneration for a truly sustainable sailing or fishing boat experience.

$3,149* – Tiller or Top Mount Throttle

$3,294* – Side Mount Throttle

Includes Motor, Battery, and Charger

*Does not include shipping or local tax

Spirit 1.0 Evo is a portable 3HP electric outboard made for dinghies, fishing boats, and sailboats. It features a 1276Wh large integrated lithium battery for long range. The hydrogeneration function is great for sailing and the safety wristband keeps you safe in case of MOB. The Evo series also adds the option for a remote tiller for greater flexibility for your craft.

  • 42lbs (including battery) total weight
  • Suitable for vessels up to 3,000 lbs
  • 1kW or 3HP equivalent

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The Navy Series

The Navy Series is the backbone of ePropulsion’s powerful electric outboard motors. It provides efficient and clean power for aluminum fishing boats, dinghies, daysailers and cruising sailboats, suitable for saltwater and freshwater.

Combined with the highly efficient E-batteries, the Navy Series offers a highly customizable setup for your range and power needs. Newly upgraded with the Evo technology to provide the only hydroregenerating outboards on the market!

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Prices vary based on your Navy package, battery type, etc.

Navy 3.0 EVO – Estimated $7,000

Navy 6.0 EVO – Estimated $8,500

Pod Electric Drives

Space-saving and efficient. Popular with small watercrafts and sailboats! ePropulsion pod drive motors allow you to generate electricity from wind and water with hydrogeneration function.


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Portable and lightweight, the Vaquita electric motor is a great addition to your Stand Up Paddle Board adventures!

With all kinds of built-in sensors, Vaquita also stops right away when you fall overboard.

  • Up to 11km/h
  • Wireless remote, 8 speeds
  • 70 min at full speed or 5 hours at half speed
  • 4 kg (9 lbs)

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Vaquita w/ Battery : $1,149

48V E-Series Lithium Batteries

The chemistry of E-Series batteries is LiFePO4, which is 30% lighter but provides about 50% more usable capacity than AGM lead-acid batteries. In addition, LiFePO4 batteries have a longer life of up to 3000 cycles, while the AGM can only reach 300 to 500 cycles.

  • 70% less weight and space than comparable lead-acid batteries
  • 3,000 cycles at 80% DOD
  • Price is competitive, can be as low as $0.50 per watt-hour

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E40: $1,399*

E80: $2,299*

E175: $4,399*

*Does not include shipping/handling or local tax

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do we carry E-Propulsion motors and batteries?

Yes we do!

Q: Do we have any E-Propulsion motors in stock?

We have a limited number in stock, and often sell out before our next shipment comes in. At most, for local pickup, wait time is 2-3 weeks. If you are interested we recommend getting in contact!

Q: How Do I order?

We want to help you find the motor that will work best for your needs. We need your first and last name, phone number, and email in addition to what products you are interested in. Call, text, email, or use the form on the Contact Us page. We will call you to confirm your order and then send an invoice with payment options.

Q: Can I demo an ePropulsion motor?

We do not currently have a showroom, but contact us if you are interested in a demonstration of a Spirit 1.0 outboard. If you are in the Seattle, Puget Sound, or North Olympic Peninsula we may be able to arrange a demonstration, but we are a small business also working on marine repair. We ask for your patience if we are booked out.

Q: Which EPropulsion Shaft Length works with my boat? SHort? Long? Extra-short?

Most dinghies, inflatables, and smaller boats utilize the standard short shaft. Consult this guide from ePropulsion for instructions on how to measure your transom and choose the right length:

How to Find Your Shaft Length – ePropulsion

Q: Does a solar charger charge off of any solar panel or do I need a special kind?

The E-Propulsion solar charger can charge off any 12V solar panel up to 180 watts, and can handle a high input. In addition, the solar charger can actually charge off any 12V power source, and we recommend this option for users wanting to charge off ship batteries.

Q: What is the difference between the Spirit 1.0 Plus and the Spirit 1.o Evo?

The upgraded Evo models can regenerate its battery while being pulled through the water. Basically the propeller becomes a turbine to charge your battery! It has the option for remote throttle or tiller, as well as an option for a safety wristband that will cut the motor if you ever fall overboard. This EVO display is backlit for night/evening operations and has more information than the Plus.

Q; How fast does the E-propulsion battery recharge on a standard charger vs the fast charger?

The standard charger is ready after 8.5 hours vs the fast charger is done in 3.5 hours so you can get back on the water as soon as possible.

Q: How powerful is the Electric motor Really?

We get this question often, as customers who are used to gas engines think in horsepower which varies based on the load put on it. An electric drive on the other hand will give the same output regardless of the load put on it. For example, we can get the same power output if we are motoring into shore with one person in a dinghy as when we are hauling a 35 foot sailboat in 30 knots of wind. (Which we have done but do not recommend!)

Q: What is the range of the Spirit battery?

1.2 hours at full throttle at 6.2 miles per hour (1kW), but small decreases in speed make a huge difference in range.

If you decrease to 5.3 mph you get 2.5 hours

Down to 4.4 mph you’ll go about 5 hours.

And 3.5 mph you can get up to 10 hours!

We suggest ordering a spare battery if you are really concerned about range. On our dinghy we carry the solar panel and charger kit to recharge the battery while we’re ashore or out for longer trips.

Q: What Maintenance do I need to do on my epropulsion Motor?

Frankly, these motors need such little maintenance compared to gas, it almost seems like there’s not much to do! Some regular preventative care items will keep you running smooth and prevent corrosion so check your manual for a yearly maintenance schedule for 1. checking anode function 2. greasing moving parts, and 3. checking the propeller. We also recommend adding a small amount of dialetic grease to the power connection points.

Q: Can my ePropulsion motor go in saltwater?

Absolutely. These motors have aluminium bodies with some plastic fittings, and includes a series of anodes that prevent corrosion. We’ve had our personal motor in the salt on our tender for 8 years without corrosion issues.