Going electric 

A guide to converting your combustion engine system to an electric one

We sell every part from the propeller all the way to the short power inlet 

We sell every part from the propeller all the way to the short power inlet 

Purchasing our systems is an investment in a reliable electric powertrain which is surprisingly simple to installThis guide will outline the steps to successfully change from combustion engine system to a system which is sustainable for both you and the environment 

Step 1

What type of boat do you have? 

The most basic question is to find out the physical properties of your boatwhich are important when it comes to dimensioning both motor and batteries. 

Step 2

How do you use your boat? 

How frequently do you use your boat, and for how long? How often do you anchor in a harbor? Do you challenge the waves in the high sea, or do you prefer sunshine and a calm sea? Do you prioritize power or speed? 

These answers will give further insight into suitable choices of product line and auxilliary equipment. 

Step 3

Alternatives and product lines 

Your relationship to your boat is an important consideration when finding out which product line might suit you the best. 

EB-Line is for those who are willing to abstain from some features in order to reduce the costs, or for those who want a reliable but basic system to build upon.

EC-Line has the same motor as EB-Line, but is a complete system which is also connected.

P-Line shares parts of the electrical architecture with EC-linebut has more powerful and advanced motors.

These product lines have been tailored to meet our customers expectations both in terms of functionality and price.

Step 4

Folding propeller

If you have a sail boat, a folding propeller can allow you to sail smoothly with the propeller folded which minimizes the propeller’s impact during sailing. 

The propeller can still unfold during sailing in order to regenerate energy to the batteries (EcoCharge). 

Step 5

Batteries 

How much energy do you need? How far do you want to drive, and at what speed? It’s important to consider both everyday usage and worst-case scenario. For those who occasionally have the need for substantially increased range, a portable power stain may prove valuable addon.  

Step 1

What type of boat do you have?

The most basic question is to find out the physical properties of your boatwhich are important when it comes to dimensioning both motor and batteries. 

Step 2

How do you use your boat? 

How frequently do you use your boat, and for how long? How often do you anchor in a harbor? Do you challenge the waves in the high sea, or do you prefer sunshine and a calm sea? Do you prioritize power or speed? 

These answers will give further insight into suitable choices of product line and auxilliary equipment. 

Your relationship to your boat is an important consideration when finding out which product line might suit you the best. 

EB-Line is for those who are willing to abstain from some features in order to reduce the costs, or for those who want a reliable but basic system to build upon.

EC-Line has the same motor as EB-Line, but is a complete system which is also connected.

P-Line shares parts of the electrical architecture with EC-linebut has more powerful and advanced motors.

These product lines have been tailored to meet our customers expectations both in terms of functionality and price.

Step 3

Alternatives and product lines

If you have a sail boat, a folding propeller can allow you to sail smoothly with the propeller folded which minimizes the propeller’s impact during sailing. 

The propeller can still unfold during sailing in order to regenerate energy to the batteries (EcoCharge). 

Step 4

Folding propeller

How much energy do you need? How far do you want to drive, and at what speed? It’s important to consider both everyday usage and worst-case scenario. For those who occasionally have the need for substantially increased range, a portable power stain may prove valuable addon.  

Step 5

Batteries

Your boat is most likely ready to go electric – are you? 

Choose a product line and fill in your details for us to come back with a proposal!