Lumitec to supply Ingenity electric boats

Designer and manufacturer of extreme environment LED lighting solutions, Lumitec, will be the primary lighting supplier to Ingenity boats on its 23 Electric production model. 

“We chose Lumitec because there is a very wide array of products we can use, we did not have to source different parts as it all comes in the same configuration and is easy to integrate into our system,” says Miks Cinis, Ingenity international business development manager. 

Launched at this year’s Miami International Boat Show, the Ingenity 23 Electric is a zero-emissions, 100 per cent fully electric day boat. Based on Ingenity’s patent-pending modular ‘skateboard’ platform the 23E uses forward-facing sterndrive propulsion to optimise safety, performance, and low-speed maneuverability.

According to the manufacturer, the boat will cruise up to 14 hours at low speed with its 126kWh range package, with a top speed of 30 mph.

Sean Marrero, president of Ingenity, says: “I am incredibly proud of what our team has done with the 23E. At Ingenity, we enable our customers to do what they love in ways that better reflect their values. With the 23E, we can now take the knowledge we have about electric boating and apply it to the larger group of people who prefer being on the water instead of in the water.” 

“Lumitec is proud to be able to work with Ingenity on their new 23E electric day boat. Ingenity’s development of a fully integrated and connected electric boat pushes the limits of what is available in the marine market today and is a great example of the type of integration possible with Lumitec’s latest energy efficient and digitally controllable lighting solutions,” comments Chris Fulmer, president of Lumitec. “Lumitec prides itself on 14 years of innovation in lighting research and design and is dedicated to the mission of offering the best solutions for electric vessels as this market expands.” 

Ingenity is a division of Watershed Innovation, founded by Correct Craft in 2018 to develop and incubate new technologies.

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