Watercraft make an interesting case for electrification and there are a number of battery-powered boats in development, and even a few for sale. Here is a luxury example of an upcoming craft. The Hinckley Dasher is powered by a pair of i3 batteries supplying 40 kWh and is said to yield about 40 miles (34.76 nautical miles) of range at 20-25 miles per hour (which is a pretty good clip in a boat). Certainly, it will look good doing it too. I mean, look at it. LOOK.AT.IT! Designed from the water up to be electric, it features a carbon-epoxy composite hull, complemented by a hand-painted, lightweight "Artisanal Teak" deck. Hinckley calls it a yacht but it's 28'6' length technically makes it something less than that. Still, looks fine, and its twin Torqeedo 80 hp motors should make reaching fast cruising speed quick and enjoyable.