List of some Electric Yacht Repowers

Converting Hinkley Bermuda 40

It has been a fun project. Once the old saildrive bit the dust, I made the decision for convert to electric so sourced a good electric saildrive from Sillette Sonic. While the bolt pattern was slightly different, I fabricated an aluminum plate to allow the new electric saildrive to use the existing saildrive foundation.

New boats using Electric Propulsion

Marshall Sandering   Daysailor /Weeken  Available with Electric Yacht's QuietTorquesystem

The  Sanderling  is  a  common  sense  day sailer/weekender  offering  a spacious cockpit and roomy cabin unrivaled by any boat of similar length.


All Marshall Marine boats can have Electric Yacht motor systems

GulfStar Sailmaster 39

 

 

Converting the  Gulfstar Sailmaster 39, to Electric Power San Diego California


Happy to share a few thoughts on the system and more importantly, how  it has affected my sailing “habits”.  First, I couldn’t be more  leased with the overall end results, as  with anything new, there has been a learning curve of course but the  system has performed, not only as quoted but in some cases better than  expected.

I am a sailor. 

Converting Manta 38

 

Hi Michael,

Sunny Ray and her crew are doing great. We have almost 6000 miles on  our GPS odometer and still perfect performance of the electric motors  from Electric Yacht ! (now over 20000NM)

Top speed under power is 7.5 knots in our 38ft  Manta Catamaran with two blade Flex O Fold 15×10 props on shaft drives.  The previous fixed 3 blade props were great for regenerating power but  we prefer the folding props which give much better sailing performance.  When the sky is clear and the sun is hitting our solar array we can  power at 2 knots without using the battery bank! When the wind is light,  true wind at 7 knots we can motor sail with 6 knots of boat speed only  using 10 amps on each motor. Our generator has only used 100 gallons of  diesel fuel cruising for two years! …

Converting Friendship Sloop 35 "Sarah Mead" doesn't burn a drop of fuel.”

In 2012, Captains Nate and Randy obtained a Maine DEP 

grant to repower "Sarah Mead" with a quiet, clean and 

powerful electric propulsion system. 

She is the first commercial vessel in Maine, and possibly 

New England, to go "Zero Emissions." 

Converting Ingrid 38 – A Reference Letter about converting 2 Ingrids 38s

Hi Glenn, Hi Mike, 

I am writing to gush over the many attributes of electric propulsion which includes solid service help from 

Mike and Scott at Electric Yachts.  Our family owns two Ingrid 38 heavy displacement (30,000 lbs) 

sailboats.  We have one converted already and are in the process of completing our SECOND sailboat.

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