Plug-n-Plan marine systems designed to be installed by you or a marine professional. Engineered for your boat and warranted for 3 years. These systems are bench tested and arrive by FedEx on your doorstep ready to be installed . Our years of engineering and hundreds of installations in North America make us the most reliable and least expensive and well proven solution to replace your old gas or diesel boat motor. Ideal for Sailboats.
Systems that support the Electric Yacht Propulsion Systems
Quality AGM Batteries
Quality Lithium LiFePO4 Batteries
Quality Marine Charger for 48 to 96v
Electric propulsion is an ideal way to push a sailboat. It may also be appropriate for some trawler displacement boats:
Plug-n-Play System vs DIY
TERMS YOU HEAR
Electric propulsion is very defined as it has a flat torque curve (torque is rotational power). when comparing electric to diesel electric is superior at slow to medium and equal to diesel at higher RPMs.
Rating Systems - HP vs KW
746 watts = 1 hp
Diesel engines (BHP) is 10% to 20%.over-stated for marine engines at the propeller (PHP)
The Propulsion Curve
The power required to push a displacement hull with a waterline length of 25’ – 40’ will increase 1.5- 2 times for each knot of speed.
Electric propulsion maneuvering is superior performance to gas or diesel.engine of higher rating. Electric propulsion with controlled power from 0 RPM to full RPM, makes for superior maneuvering performance.
Instant power, no warm up and quiet operation of an electric motor make for superior overall performance.
Not for all.
The typical electric boat will have the same range as if they left the dock with about 1.5 to 2 gallons of fuel. If you sailed 20 times and used less than 20gallons of fuel - it great. If you sailed 20 times and used 200 gallons of fuel, buy a powerboat.
Electric propulsion will give the sailor another tool to use when sailing. Add a little power and you can sail faster and point higher.Not for all.
In the marina and around the dock much safer - ultra speed control - forward to reverse and back - quiet to talk to the crew and those on the dock - quiet to help setting an anchor.