Elco News

February 3rd, 2013

Win an Adirondack Dream Vacation

Elco is celebrating 120 of producing marine electric propulsion in 2013, to say thank you, one Elco fan will win an Adirondack Vacation at Hall’s Boat Corporation for a group of 4. The Goal is Elcomotoryachts must hit 1893 Facebook fans in 2013. At the end of the calendar year if we’ve reached our goal…
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January 22nd, 2013

Elco Waterway: Adams Lake State Park

Elco’s waterway this week is Adam’s Lake State Park. Located in Ohio’s bluegrass region, its one of the state’s most scenic and biologically interesting areas. This lake lies in an area rich in natural diversity with many unique plants and animals. Why is it our waterway you ask? Aside from being a beautiful lake wedged…
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October 29th, 2012
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Leading the way with a complete plug and play Electric Propulsion System

Athens, NY  – Elco Motor Yachts has just completed two successful exhibitions, one to the industry insiders at the IBEX International Boatbuilders Exhibition and Conference, and secondly to the East Coast boating public at the Annapolis, United States Sailboat Show, both occurring in early October.   Elco started the year with a Boat of the…
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October 24th, 2012

Brad and Mike Pease: Boat Builders, Elco Owners

  During their summers growing up on Cape Cod, Brad and Mike Pease spent as many hours on the water as they did squabbling at the dock while cleaning and caring for their grandfather’s Amesbury skiff. While the  personalities of Brad “the dreamer” and Mike “the nuts and bolts guy,” have clashed over the years,…
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October 22nd, 2012

Elco Motor Yachts Expands Line of Electric Propulsion Systems and Services for Customers and Installers at IBEX 2012

Elco will be at Booth #349 at the International Boatbuilders Exhibition (IB5EX) in Louisville, Kentucky October 2 thru 4, 2012. LOUISVILLE, KY– October 2, 2012 – The new Elco Motor Yachts EP-10000 delivers all the benefits of Elco’s Electric Propulsion Systems for sail and power boats in a motor comparable to a 100 hp diesel…
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October 12th, 2012

Elco Waterways: Lake Tahoe

Elco’s latest Waterway is Lake Tahoe. One of America’s most famous lakes, Tahoe has several credits to its name. It is the largest alpine lake in North America, the second deepest lake in the US (behind Oregon’s Crater Lake), and the 26th largest lake in the world by volume, at 122,000,000 acre feet, or 150…
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September 25th, 2012

John Jorgensen: Third Generation Mariner

Here at Elco, we have the privilege of serving some of the most interesting boaters in the industry. Along with boatbuilder Bryan Gittins,  Seattle’s John Jorgensen is also a world-renowned mariner, with more than a half-century of experience on the water.  Jorgensen was born into a fishing family in his native Norway. Both his father and…
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September 22nd, 2012

Elco Waterways: Jenny and Jackson Lakes

  Photo credit: http://www.free-hdwallpapers.com/wallpapers/nature/10780.jpg Elco’s newest Waterway is a two-for-one deal: Jenny and Jackson Lakesin Wyoming. Both lakes are located in the historic Grand TetonNational Park in northwestern Wyoming. More than 100 miles separatesGrand Teton from any major urban or industrial area, and recentsamples have confirmed that the water in both Jenny and Jackson Lakesis pristine….
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September 9th, 2012

Elco Waterways: St. Croix River

  Here at Elco, we are passionately invested in keeping our world’s water sources clean. Fortunately, we’re neither the first nor the only people to think this way. This week’s Waterway is the St. Croix River. Starting in northwestern Wisconsin, this 160-mile river makes up part of the boundary between Wisconsin and Minnesota. The concern…
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September 4th, 2012

Elco Waterways: Skaneatles Lake

Elco’s Waterway this week is Skaneatles Lake, just southwest of Syracuse, New York. One of the 11 “Finger Lakes” in this region, Skaneatles is sometimes called “The Roof Garden” of the lakes due to its high altitude (more than 800 feet above sea level). Why is it our Waterway, you ask? Simple. This lake is…
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