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Brushless Trolling Motor

The future of boat motors is electric


What our customers are saying

Bought the 80 model for my dinghy and then decided to try it on my 18ft Savage Mako. Managed to push it surprisingly well, very happy with how easy it all was

Bill K (NSW) - EMP80

The 12v system was quick and easy to set up, and had excellent thrust compared to my last trolling motor. The speed control and Voltage display was another extra benefit

George P (VIC) - EMP80

Overall found the whole experience very simple, from purchase through to installation and use. Thanks again.

Rob G (VIC) - EMP120

Pelican News

A trolling motor starter guide...

Looking for an electric motor for your boat and not sure where to start? Check out the trolling motor guide to help understand trolling motors and what you need them to provide. Things to be aware of include shaft, mount, motor, thrust & of course safety.


What is the difference between Brushed and Brushless Motors? How does performance differ between a brushed trolling motor and a brushless trolling motor? What option should you go with for your boat?

Safety first

Trolling Motors and safety. Key considerations when using a trolling motor. Correct connection, safety features to protect users from incorrect use. We have 5 in-built safety features as standard to protect users during connection and while fishing. Safety needs to be a key consideration for all trolling motor users.