Ingenity launches second Experience Center in Lake Geneva

Ingenity Lake Geneva

July 4, 2022

This summer, Ingenity Electric, an innovative electric boat company under the Correct Craft family of brands, is bringing the future of boating to Lake Geneva in Wisconsin by launching its second “tiny home” experience center.

At the site, Ingenity will showcase both the reigning Boat of the Year, the Nautique GS22E for watersports, and the newly released Ingenity 23E day boat. Both are powered by Ingenity’s 100% battery-electric drive system.

“Whether you prefer to be in the water or on the water, there isn’t a more fun way to honor the beauty of Lake Geneva than by being on a zero-emissions Ingenity product,” said Sean Marrero, President of Ingenity. “Our customers want to have all the fun and luxury amenities but do so in a more responsible way. This is what Ingenity is all about.”

In partnership with The Boat House, Lake Geneva becomes the second field location for Ingenity. Ingenity maintains its original experience center in collaboration with Superior Boat Repair & Sales at Homewood Marina in Lake Tahoe. In addition to its field locations, Ingenity combines telematics technology with its operations in Florida, Tennessee, and Europe to provide the industry’s most proactive level of support to its growing customer base.

“Ingenity’s experience centers allow us to come alongside our partners and interact with customers who are surprised to learn how luxurious, convenient, and fun electric boating can be,” added Marrero. “In addition to our amazing products, Ingenity is the ideal partner for interested dealers and marinas who want to position themselves for the future.”

Ingenity’s experience centers are located at:

Lake Geneva

N2062 S Lakeshore Drive Lake Geneva, WI 53147

Lake Tahoe

5190 W Lake Blvd Homewood, CA 96141

Learn more or set up an appointment online at

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