December 2010 Blog Posts (4)

THE BIANKA LOG BLOG: END OF THE SEASON THOUGHTS OF AN ELECTRIC SAILOR: 2010

The Bianka Log Blog is Captain Mike's well documented log of his experiences electrifying his Nonsuch 30 Bianka. At the end of this last season, Capt Mike reflects on his experience and decision to go electric. You can read this insightful and informative post…

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Added by Greg Martin on December 15, 2010 at 7:00pm — 1 Comment

Introducing the Hunter 27E All Electric Sailboat and Green Award Winner | SAIL Magazine

SAIL Magazine posted an article in November 2010 about the new Hunter 27E electric auxiliary sailing yacht. This article describes the new yacht, which uses an ELCO 27 hp motor, powered by a 72 volts DC battery pack. This is an amazing yacht and you can read all about it…

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Added by David Jones on December 12, 2010 at 7:30pm — 1 Comment

Endeavour Electric Boat Tests Waters off Newport | Soundings Magazine

Soundings Magazine, featured a story in January 2010 about the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Newport RI which uses an Endeavour Green 24 ft electric boat to ferry passengers around the bay. Their experiences using the boat are described in the article which can be found…

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Added by David Jones on December 8, 2010 at 8:00pm — No Comments

GREEN BOATING: What is Green Boating? Part II (Navigating Green Marketing in the Marine Industry)

Green Boating is a website that follows and reports on the issues related to green boating. The first thing you have to ask is, "What is green boating?" With so much "green washing" this can be confusing. An interesting introduction and discussion about this is presented…

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Added by Greg Martin on December 5, 2010 at 7:30pm — 1 Comment

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So I'm am getting ready to head from here in Hawaii to the South Pacific on my Aries 32  . . . I have a Thoosa 7000 system currently powered by 8- 6 volt, 200 AmpHr Costco lead acid batteries . . . I want to replace these with AGM's (safer, no maintenance and I don't have to try and find distilled water in the South Pacific) . . .Being here in Hawaii . . . the cost for shipping batteries is very high . . .  I have found a good set of traditional style Amstron GC2, 6 volt AGM's . . . (see info…See More
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Went on my first cruise out this last week end26 km with no wind and a strong tide current dead on the nose for most of the tripmy math might be a little off but it works for me26km / 6.5hr  = 4.07kts avg220 ah @48vdc = 10.5kw310ah bank @ 48vdc = 14880 watts310ah battery bank  x.80 =  248ah for 80% dod220ah/248ah = 88% of available power usedI tried to stay at about 35 amps for the whole trip just to see what would happen and log some time and data if it was on a flood I am thinking 30km or…See More
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I just bought  a Renogy 100 watt bendable panel to add  to my 12 volt house solar array. At four pounds it is four times lighter and smaller than the 75 watt Siemens panels I bought over a decade ago. Not sure if they will hold up as well and I'd be leery to walk on it. But, I'm impressed with it so far. Gave a nice bump up in energy collection and easily movable compared to the rigid panels.:…See More
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