Hello, I’m Michael Whatley, CEO of Bluefin Electric Marine.

Fifteen years ago, we set out to provide boat owners with both a compelling and sustainable alternative to gasoline and diesel engines as a means of propulsion. Like Telsa Motors, we opted to provide electric propulsion as that alternative.

Although our electric sailboat was a success as a first conversion, our best chance to prove to the world that electric propulsion was viable for mass market came with our second conversion of a 6 ton, 30 ft cabin cruiser – ‘eTolly‘.

She can troll for 16 hours and cruise at 6 knots for 3 hours. There are no toxic fumes billowing into the cabin, there is no deafening rumble at speed. eTolly is quiet and incredibly inexpensive to operate. She is pleasant to pilot and with ZERO emissions, you can enjoy that water with peace of mind.

As an electric cabin cruiser, it’s impressive…but success for us requires an escalation in technology. The true measure in success will be to develop our own electric boat and are looking for partners on this project.

If you have any investment queries I’d be happy to connect with you however you prefer.

Our Goal today is the same as it was 15 years ago. We care about boating and we care about keeping our harbours clean. A Bluefin boat is and will always be:

  • ✓Cleaner
  • ✓Quieter
  • ✓Safer
  • ✓Easier to Maintain

Michael Whatley, CEO

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  1. Michael,

    Love the clean simplicity of what you are doing on Tolly with the brushed dc motors. I recently bought a derelict 32′ Sun Tracker party barge pontoon boat that I am investigating the best options for converting to electric. It will be used on a very small freshwater lake next to the Oregon coast. Floras Lake. So like Tully I don’t need to be getting it up to planing speeds. It has a rigid flat roof ready for a large bank of solar panels. Would you be available to discuss options?

    1. Ahoy Brian,
      a pair of outboard motors with a big solar aray
      hope you found what you are looking for

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