Sally M. Reuther
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  • Annapolis, MD
  • United States
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Boat shows to see marine electric propulsion

The fall boat shows are upon us! There are several upcoming boat shows where you can go to see electric propulsion systems and ask questions.IBEX: Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 in Tampa, FLIf you are in the…Continue

Tags: shows, Boat

Started Sep 21, 2014

Clean eMarine America rolls back prices 20%!

Clean eMarine, formerly ASMO Marine, has announced that they will begin production of their Thoosa systems in the U.S. by the end of 2012. Because of the switch to building in the U.S., Clean eMarine…Continue

Started Oct 11, 2012

Clean eMarine Americas will begin production of Thoosa & Triton systems in the U.S.

 Clean eMarine Americas Announces U.S. Production ofThoosa and Triton Marine Electric Propulsion Systems Agreement with Clean eMarine Denmark establishesSt. Petersburg Florida production…Continue

Tags: Annapolis, Hybrid, Marine, marine, Reuther

Started Sep 8, 2012

ASMO Marine is now Clean e¯ Marine

ASMO Marine, the Danish company that manufacturers the Thoosa inboard electric propulsion systems is growing! As part of their growth and re-organization they have changed the name of the company…Continue

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Started Mar 7, 2012

 

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Annapolis Hybrid Marine
North American Distributor/Dealer for Thoosa and Triton inboard electric propulsion systems designed by Clean eMarine in Denmark. High quality, reliable, clean electric propulsion for boats 20' to 60'. Custom designs available for larger boats. Thoosa systems are manufactured in the U.S.A. by AHM.
North American Distributor for Oceanvolt electric saildrive systems.
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http://www.annapolishybridmarine.com
Personal Profile
CEO of Annapolis Hybrid Marine; MFA Theatre Design & Technology; MA Theatre Arts; Worked as artist, photographer, theatre set & lighting designer, university professor, sailing instructor, yacht broker, children's book author. Cruised for a year with husband David, and son Michael on our Moody 376. Working toward refitting the Moody with electric propulsion and moving aboard to cruise full time.
Boat information
Sailboat, Powerboat, I have an electric boat
Tell us about your boat, and boating background.
We have a 21' launch powered by a Thoosa 5000 (5kW) system. Our sailing background covers daysailors at 16' to a small weekender at 21' and up to our current Moody 376. We have cruised extensively from New England to the Bahamas. We now sail the Chesapeake Bay and help other sailers and some power boaters enjoy their time on the water even more by converting to electric propulsion.

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At 2:08pm on May 26, 2015, Ernest Galvan said…

Dear Sally-Thanks for the welcoming note. Sorry I couldn't make it to Strictly Sail.  I certainly will be sending some questions. (I just posted one today about how getting data from the system.) 

--Ernie (Zenergy)

At 10:35am on January 2, 2014, David Brill said…

Hi Sally,  Thanks for the encouragement. One certainly needs a lot of that when undertaking a project like mine. It is certainly a mind expanding exercise. I am really looking forward to when  I can turn the key.

Happy New Year  

At 8:07pm on April 12, 2011, Greg Martin said…

Hi Sally, I just posted a little intro about the Zen 24 for Yoh Aoki. The prototype in Japan is powered by an Asmo Marine Thoosa 6000, as Aoki Yachts is the distributor in Japan for Asmo Marine. Aoki Yachts wants to sell this boat in the US and market it specifically to sailing schools as a sail training vessel. I need to introduce you to Yoh Aoki and see how you can work together.  

At 10:42am on April 3, 2011, David Jones said…
Arrgghh!! Welcome to Electric Seas!

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