The best electric boat just got even better. The hydrofoiling Candela C-8 now comes in a T-TOP edition for fast zero-emission journeys in sunnier waters. Thanks to the innovative use of computer-guided hydrofoils, the Candela C-8 T-TOP has twice the range of any other electric speedboat. Powered by its highly efficient Candela C-POD motor, it can cruise for 2.5 hours at 22 knots. The hydrofoil technology cuts energy usage by 80% compared to traditional boats and is the key to long range on battery power. Thanks to this, Candela C-8 T-TOP can accommodate the needs of powerboaters that seek to travel sustainably between popular destinations in Florida. The Candela C-8 T-TOP version features a carbon fiber sunroof that provides ample shade for the eight passengers and new features that make C-8 the ideal place to spend a long, sun-drenched day on the water. The T-Top is, just like the boat itself, made entirely out of carbon fiber and weighs only 100 pounds, but is sturdy enough to carry several water toys – two SUP:s, a kayak, and plenty of fishing rods. Or why not water skis, as the wake-less C-8 is the ideal craft for perfecting those beautiful big spray turns. The T-Top also has mounts for extra equipment, like radar, searchlights, or a VHF antenna. It will also be fitted with interior downlights, with the possibility to have a red night light that preserves the crew’s night vision – handy when returning home after a late dinner. Driving Candela C-8 in waves is like driving a high-end electric car on the highway: Silent, smooth, and zero emission. Lifting the boat out of the water not only reduces the consumption to a fraction of that of a planing boat. It also creates a ride unmatched by any other vessel at sea since the boat doesn’t touch the waves. With its optional foldable transom, the C-8 T-Top becomes a spacious social platform for swimming, diving, or water sports. The front cabin with a marine head also gives the possibility to stay out overnight.