Your Boat. Cleaner. Cheaper. Better.

Become a Boat Ambassador for Peoples and be the first in the region to have a dual-fuel natural gas engine installed, at no cost to you!




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What will be different about this photo in 2018?

One of these boats will have the ability to run on both natural gas and gasoline ... and it could be yours.

Become a Boat Ambassador for Peoples and be the first in the region to have a dual-fuel natural gas engine installed, at no cost to you. Why would you want to do this? Running on natural gas offers a number of advantages:
 

  • Half-price fuel
     
  • No water pollution
     
  • No smoke
     
  • No exhaust odor
     

You’ll be helping to keep our rivers clean — while enjoying the pleasures of clean, recreational boating without exhaust, fumes, or spills. Your boat will have the added ability to run on gasoline, natural gas, or both fuels combined. How cool is that?

Eligible powerboats must be a maximum length of 40 feet and a maximum combined power of 700 horsepower with a gasoline, 4-stroke engine. Some modifications to existing boat seating or infrastructure may apply. Winner will be selected Dec. 1, 2017.
 

Apply here to be considered for a free boat conversion.
 

First Name: 

Last Name: 

Email:         

Phone:       

Please complete the following:

My boat is under 40 feet in length and fulfills the engine requirements.

 Yes  No

I agree that as a Peoples Boat Ambassador my boat will be photographed, and that I will be available for media interviews, trade shows and regattas. (costs covered by Peoples)

 Yes  No

My boat is stored:

 Trailered at a marina

 Docked at a marina

 Docked Elsewhere

Marina Name: 

Provide a few sentences about why you want to be a Peoples Boat Ambassador:

Please attach photos of deck floor and of interior of the boat to help determine CNG tank placement AND external pictures of the hull from the side and the back.

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