First electric boat supercharger in Portugal

Marina de Lagos helps lead the way in electric boating by becoming the first Aqua superPower marine fast charging destination in Portugal.

The newly installed Aqua 75 supercharger at the marina will be part of a growing regional charging network to be rolled out along the Algarve. Partnering with Galaxia Boats, Marina de Lagos hosted Portugal’s first all-electric boat show earlier this year, promoting a broad range of environmental boating solutions and the largest display to date of electric boats in Europe.
Known for its modern facilities and technically advanced boating ecosystem, Marina de Lagos has 460 berths and seeks to become a leading centre for electric boating. Joining Aqua superPower’s network is part of the marina’s commitment to drive marine decarbonisation and reduce the impact of boating on the environment.
Located on the Bay of Lagos at the heart of the historic old town of Lagos, the marina has become a maritime gateway to the Atlantic Ocean and its marine fast charger is the first station of the network and charging corridor to be built out along the Algarve and Portuguese coast.
“Marina de Lagos is thrilled to be the first marina in Portugal to offer electric boat fast charging. This is a crucial step in our pioneering environmental protection plan, for which we have found the perfect partners in Aqua superPower and Galaxia Boats, who share our determination, experience and commitment to greener boating and the environment,” said Marina de Lagos CEO Martinho Fortunato. “We know that electric boats are here now, and they require the reliable ‘plug and go’ fast charging infrastructure Aqua superPower provides.”


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