Ok, so I know this might be a controversial topic for some, but I'm going to post it anyway. Regardless of the "saving the earth" claims, there are some very real benefits to electrical. If you still choose to take the topic sideways, that's on you and that's OK. Just don't be surprised if it gets deleted.
I've never thought twice about about electric boats. I've had small Jon boats, very fast bass boats, and even 30' overnight dual station cruisers. My favorite is the bass boat. 60 MPH down the Cape Fear river and into the vast Cape River basin area will always be the mark.
Fast forward to now and I don't have a boat. Several kayaks, but that's it.
I just read this review (linked) and now I'm a lot more interested. If you have a private dock with 220 or even 110, this seems like a pretty good future. No more having to run to a station and fill up with $500 in gas (if your lucky). Just charge for $12 that night and be ready. Range is the issue (just like cars), but when I think back on my trips, I'm well within the range. I'm not going 20 miles offshore and I'm really never going 20 miles anywhere. Even so, this boat could do it.
Sailing is the ultimate clean energy, but this is something to watch for. [watch the video!]
This boats design is pretty cool as well.
I have several electrically driven things for the water, not sure if I would ever buy an electric boat. I've got a couple Boost Fins I bought for surfing but now use on my SUP's it works very well. Click to follow link...
I also have an electric water scooter which is a blast Click to follow link...
I don't even want to think what it would cost to fill my last boat, Boston Whaler Dauntless with an 80 gallon tank
I have a bunch of EGO stuff, the mower I have with a 10amp battery works very very well.