Electric Outboard Motor

Navy Series

Hydrogeneration Maintenance-Free Direct-Drive

Introducing the Navy Series

the Navy Series is the backbone of ePropulsion electric outboard motors. It provides efficient and clean power for aluminum fishing boats, dinghies, daysailers and cruising sailboats. It is suitable for saltwater and freshwater use. Thanks to the direct-drive technology, the Navy electric outboard boat motor is quiet, maintenance-free, and reliable.

Build Your Navy System

It’s easy and flexible to build a Navy electric outboard system that satisfies different needs.
Step 1
Choose Your Motor
Navy 3.0 Evo​ / 6 HP
Navy 6.0 Evo​ / 9.9 HP
Step 2
Choose Your Control
Evo Top Mount Control
Evo Side Mount Control
Dual Controller
Evo Tiller
Step 3
Choose Your Battery
E40 / 2kWh
E80 / 4kWh
E175 / 9kWh
* The standard charger of the E-Series battery is purchased separately. It’s a unified charger that works with E40, E80 and E175. For fast charging, you could use two or more chargers in parallel connection.

E-Series Lithium Battery

We recommend you choose an ePropulsion battery. The 48V E-Series lithium iron phosphate battery is the perfect match for your Navy electric outboards. Learn more about E-Series battery
E40 / 2048 Wh
E80 / 4096 Wh
E175 / 8960 Wh

Competitive pricing

Unit price is as low as $0.5 per watt-hour.

High energy density

70% less weight and space than standard lead-acid batteries.

Longer life cycles

3000 cycles at 80% DOD.

Made for ePropulsion Motors

Data synced with ePropulsion motors to apply smart operation strategy.

Incredible Range

Navy Series electric outboard motors are impressively efficient to go further and faster.

Navy 3.0
Power (W) Speed (mph / kph) Runtime (hh:mm) Range (mile / km)
Power (W) 300
Speed (mph / kph) 3.7 / 6
Runtime (hh:mm) 13:20
Range (mile / km) 49.3 / 79.3
Power (W) 550
Speed (mph / kph) 4.7 / 7.5
Runtime (hh:mm) 7:25
Range (mile / km) 35 / 56.3
Power (W) 1000
Speed (mph / kph) 5.3 / 8.6
Runtime (hh:mm) 4:00
Range (mile / km) 21.2 / 34.1
Power (W) 1500
Speed (mph / kph) 6 / 9.7
Runtime (hh:mm) 2:40
Range (mile / km) 16 / 25.7
Power (W) 2000
Speed (mph / kph) 6.3 / 10.2
Runtime (hh:mm) 2:00
Range (mile / km) 12.6 / 20.4
Power (W) 2500
Speed (mph / kph) 8 / 12.8
Runtime (hh:mm) 1:35
Range (mile / km) 12.7 / 20.5
Power (W) 3000
Speed (mph / kph) 10.2 / 16.4
Runtime (hh:mm) 1:20
Range (mile / km) 13.6 / 21.9

Navy 6.0

Power (W) Speed (mph / kph) Runtime (hh:mm) Range (mile / km)
Power (W) 500
Speed (mph / kph) 4 / 6.5
Runtime (hh:mm) 18:00
Range (mile / km) 72 / 116
Power (W) 1000
Speed (mph / kph) 5 / 8
Runtime (hh:mm) 9:00
Range (mile / km) 45 / 72
Power (W) 2000
Speed (mph / kph) 6.7 / 10.8
Runtime (hh:mm) 4:30
Range (mile / km) 30.2 / 48.6
Power (W) 3000
Speed (mph / kph) 8 / 13
Runtime (hh:mm) 3:00
Range (mile / km) 24 / 39
Power (W) 4000
Speed (mph / kph) 11.5 / 18.5
Runtime (hh:mm) 2:15
Range (mile / km) 25.9 / 41.7
Power (W) 5000
Speed (mph / kph) 13.5 / 21.8
Runtime (hh:mm) 1:50
Range (mile / km) 24.7 / 39.8
Power (W) 6000
Speed (mph / kph) 15 / 24.3
Runtime (hh:mm) 1:30
Range (mile / km) 22.5 / 36.5

* The performance data is based on a 12-foot aluminum boat with one person and one Spirit battery Plus in calm lake water. The actual speed, range and running time may vary because of different boats, load, weather, etc.

With one charge, you can go 40 miles with the Navy 6.0 Evo, or go fishing all day long at trolling speed.

Seattle
Navy 3.0 EVO + E80
Round Trip
Navy 6.0 EVO + E175
Three Trips
San Francisco
Navy 3.0 EVO + E80
Two Laps
Navy 6.0 EVO + E175
Three Laps
New York
Navy 3.0 EVO + E80
Round Trip
Navy 6.0 EVO + E175
Three Trips
Miami
Navy 3.0 EVO + E80
Round Trip
Navy 6.0 EVO + E175
Three Trips
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Four Evo Controls

You could always find a control that best fits on your boat.
evotiller

Evo Tiller

evotopmountcontrol

Evo Top Mount Control

evosidemountcontrol

Evo Side Mount Control

evodualcontroller

Evo Dual Control

  • 1
    Digital Display
    Offers real-time monitoring of the power, remaining runtime, battery level, voltage, etc.
  • 2
    Electric Start
    Press the button and you’re ready to go. No more pulling the cord to start.
  • 3
    Magnetic Kill Switch
    Works as an emergency stop key for ePropulsion electric outboards.
  • 4
    Smooth Throttle Changing
    Designed with excellent throttle response and clear throttle hand feel.
  • 5
    Adjustable Max Power Output
    Adjustable full throttle power makes ePropulsion electric motors kid-friendly and suitable for rental boats.
  • 6
    Ambidextrous Operation
    Turning throttle easily either from the left-hand or right-hand side.
  • 7
    Safety Wristband
  • Easy-to-use
  • Man overboard protection
  • Wireless connection
  • Waterproof IP67
  • Max connection up to 8 wristbands per motor
Safety wristband works with Evo Tiller and Evo top mount control only, not compatible with Evo side mount control or Evo dual control.

Hydrogenerator Empowers Sailors

Navy 3.0 / 6.0 Evo allows you to generate electricity with its hydrogeneration function. ePropulsion prides itself on being pioneers in the electric outboard motors market.

  • The hydrogeneration data is based on real tests with the anti-ventilation plate installed.
  • Navy 6.0 Evo is tested with a 12.6″ x 8.7″ three-blade aluminium propeller that you could order separately.

Specs

Navy 3.0 Evo Navy 6.0 Evo
Power
Navy 3.0 Evo 3 kW (6HP equivalent)
Navy 6.0 Evo 6 kW (9.9HP equivalent)
Input Voltage
Navy 3.0 Evo 39V – 60V
Navy 6.0 Evo 39V – 60V
Recommended Battery
Navy 3.0 Evo ePropulsion E-Series Battery
Navy 6.0 Evo ePropulsion E-Series Battery
Motor Weight*
Navy 3.0 Evo 24.3 kg / 53.6 lbs
Navy 6.0 Evo 36 kg / 79.4 lbs
Propeller
Navy 3.0 Evo 10.2″ × 6.7″ 2-blade composite propeller
Navy 6.0 Evo 12.6″ × 10.8″ 3-blade composite propeller / 13.4″ × 8.5″ 3-blade composite propeller / 12.6″ × 8.7″ 3-blade aluminum propeller (optional)
Trim / Tilt Angle
Navy 3.0 Evo 0°, 5°, 10°, 15° / 60°
Navy 6.0 Evo 0°, 5°, 10°, 15° / 60°
Shaft Length
Navy 3.0 Evo Short, Long
Navy 6.0 Evo Short, Long
Control
Navy 3.0 Evo Evo Tiller / Evo Top Mount Control / Evo Side Mount Control / Evo Dual Remote Control
Navy 6.0 Evo Evo Tiller / Evo Top Mount Control / Evo Side Mount Control / Evo Dual Remote Control
Hydrogeneration
Navy 3.0 Evo Yes
Navy 6.0 Evo Yes
Motor
Navy 3.0 Evo Brushless DC motor
Navy 6.0 Evo Brushless DC motor
Direct Drive
Navy 3.0 Evo Yes
Navy 6.0 Evo Yes
Maintenance-Free
Navy 3.0 Evo Yes
Navy 6.0 Evo Yes
*The weight is measured with the short shaft version.

What's in the Box

Evo Tiller

Kill Switch x 2

Invitation Card

Warranty Card

User Manual

Top Mount Control

Kill Switch x 2

Fixing Guuide

Warranty Card

User Manual

Throttle

Display Panel

Communication
Cable 0.5m

Kill Switch x 2

Screws and Nuts

Warranty Card

Fixing Guide

User Manual

Quick Start

Main Part

Battery Charger

Spirit Battery Plus
(Optional)

Spirit Battery Plus
(Optional)

Main Part

Battery Charger

Spirit Battery Plus
(Optional)

Spirit Battery Plus
(Optional)

FAQ

  • Yes, but parallel connection is required. To power one Navy 3.0 Evo with a E40, you need two E40 batteries in parallel. To power one Navy 6.0 Evo with E80, you need two E80 batteries in parallel.
  • We recommend the E80 battery for the Navy 3.0 Evo, and E175 battery for the Navy 6.0 Evo. For more info, please check ePropulsion Tutorial: ePropulsion E-Series Battery | General Instructions
    • First, our original E-Series battery has the best unit price on the market, as low as $0.46 per WattHour.

 

    • Second, the E-Series battery weighs 70% less than the lead-acid battery with equivalent usable capacity.

 

    • Third, because of incompatible communication protocol, when powered by third-party batteries, the ePropulsion motor cannot access real-time battery status and apply the best operation strategy.

 

  • Despite all these, if you still prefer third party lithium or lead-acid batteries. The nominal battery voltage should be 48V. The continuous discharge current should be over 62.5A for Navy 3.0 Evo and 125A for Navy 6.0 Evo.

The Evo top mount control has a built-in battery and it can be self-powered by its solar panel. When you use it with wireless connection and the control is at low battery level, you can charge the Evo top mount control with a communication cable.

For more info, please check ePropulsion Blog: How to Find Your Shaft Length

Yes, it is designed for extensive use in the saltwater. High-quality aluminum alloy is used as the base material, and an anodizing coating and powder coating are applied on top of it. For more info, please check ePropulsion Blog: How do we make an outboard corrosion-resistant?