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James Bond meets sustainability luxury of Beau Lake’s electric runabout boats

Beau Lakes - Tahoe '14 and Lugano '14, Canada

Eco-consciousness and beauty converge in the Beau Lakes Tahoe ’14 and Lugano ’14 electric runabout boats. These stunning vessels embody a perfect harmony between aesthetics, innovation, and sustainable design, reminiscent of something straight out of a James Bond film.

The Canadian company behind these boats expresses a deep connection with the water they grew up on, which drives them to carefully consider their designs and the role their products play in preserving such pristine environments. They even go so far as to name their boats after the lakes and beaches they love. Water, for them, is not just a means of connection, but a source of rejuvenation and inspiration.

The Tahoe ’14 and Lugano ’14 electric runabout boats effortlessly blend the allure and clean design of classic wooden boats with a modern twist. Drawing inspiration from the classic cars that James Bond would drive, these boats are available in a rich color palette of navy, burgundy, apple green, or sky blue.

Beau Lake has successfully modernized the vintage lake runabout boat, making it suitable for cruising, fishing, and water sports. These updated boats offer silent and responsive navigation, as well as hassle-free mechanics and maintenance. Whether it’s a sunset cruise, canal exploration, or a weekend boat excursion, passengers can feel comfortable and unique aboard the Tahoe ’14 or Lugano ’14.

Similar to a James Bond vehicle, these boats offer luxurious details that elevate the cruising experience. The hand-carved mahogany tiller and joystick, one-inch thick leather seat covers that snap off for easy storage, and removable two-compartment cooler and charcuterie board all contribute to the sense of luxury. Mirror polished stainless-steel castings and hardware enhance the nautical ambiance.

Beau Lake’s attention to detail takes the design of these boats to the next level, ensuring that passengers discover something new and special each time they step foot on board. The lightweight fiberglass hull allows for easy hauling and launching, providing an opportunity for parents to teach their children how to sail and cruise. The boats are also designed with self-draining construction, which means they can be left uncovered when not in use, although it is recommended to cover them to extend their lifespan and maximize enjoyment on the water.

In addition to their focus on design, Beau Lake recognizes the growing need for eco-conscious product design. The company is committed to donating a portion of its profits to water and conservation charities, supporting efforts to address the environmental challenges posed by climate change and its impact on marine life. By incorporating sustainable design practices and partnering with organizations dedicated to reversing damage to the oceans, companies like Beau Lake demonstrate how they can contribute to the environment rather than deplete its resources.

The Tahoe ’14 and Lugano ’14 electric runabout boats start at a base price of $35,000 USD.

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