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At 10:35pm on July 24, 2011, Greg Martin said…

Hi James,

 

Welcome to Electric Seas! I just sent you a more detailed message to your inbox here, which should be sent to your regular email as well, not sure if you noticed.

 

Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that we have forum topic under general discussions that we're using as an archive for previous messages to all members, concerning info about this site. Here's the topic:

 

http://www.electricseas.org/forum/topics/archive-of-messages-to-all

 

I'm just about to send out another message to everyone with some more updates, so stay tuned. This site is always evolving, so please feel free to shape it into whatever you want.

 

Keep it charged!

-Greg

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Gregory Cantwell posted a discussion

From The Beginning

Hi, I am a new member.  I sail a 1980 Ericson 25+.  LOA 25.5; displacement 5000 lb., fractional rig, sloop.  Until a couple of years ago, my aux. power was small, stock Volvo/Penta, with a saildrive.  When my motor seized, I got an outboard 9.9 and hung it off the back, which is not pretty, and interferes with swim ladder; must be removed when on mooring for a variety of reasons; and prop exposed in Buzzards Bay seas sometimes.  I sail out of New Bedford.  I am planning on taking the…See More
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Bob Jennings posted a discussion

Why 48 volt motors?

I've noticed the majority of vendors base their EP motors on 48 volts, how come?I saw a Greenstar Marine product at the Portland boat show & the size 10 motor was 24 volts, their larger motor was 48. I think Mastervolt also has a 24 v motor in the smaller size also.That got me to thinking why 48 volts? Is it because golf cart motors are 48 & that became the starting point for recreational EP?  If you could find/get a motor that ran on 24 volts, it would be far easier to have a larger…See More
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Tesla Battery

Tesla has announced a 7kw battery system for home use.  Could this not be a game changer for electric boating in general.   See More
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Pep posted a discussion

New to electric seas and electric boating

Hi group,This is our first post, so a brief introduction:We just bought a 43 foot catamaran with twin solomon drives. 5kw each.We are used to old honest yanmar diesels, so this electric propulsion is quite new for us.Also we have not a fully understanding of the system so we will run into technical questions.Hopefully this group can help us out a little. We will share of course on how we fare with this new direction.cheers, PepSee More
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Awsome weekend

Got out for 3 days done about 30 miles under power @ 35amps 4 kts average Got in some good sail time sill working on the regen I am only getting about 2 amps @ 5.5-6 kts got to work on this still its better than nothing. Got to run the EU2000 (about 2 or 3 hours total) to run the chargers and fix dinners as all my cooking is electric also cooking with the inverter eats a lot of power and I am pretty sure I would have to cover at least 2 boats with panels to keep up works pretty good for coffee…See More
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Jim Billington posted a discussion

Do you know anything about St. Pierre Dories?

I have just gotten a 22' St. Pierre Dory, it has not sails or rudder, but it does have masts. It is a doug-fir ply dory and the late John Gardner consulted during construction. I can handle the basic plywood repairs and scraping old paint etc.  I have no knowledge or experience designing a rudder or sail plan. I have a home built trimaran 28' that I am thinking of scraping since it has electronic propulsion and large sails. If you become my sailing friend and help, will keep fed, will pay for…See More
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