If you want to go truly green, that means no generator!
We use only solar, no generator
, no wind generator
and no alternator
, so this might help you to size your requirements. We have no a/c, no heating
, no microwave, foot pumps for fresh and salt water
, manual anchor winch
, manual heads, Spectra watermaker, electric
washdown pump, mostly LED lights
, 4 fans, 12V hardwired PC, laptop
, sander, drill, grinder and assorted inverters. To run this long term through summer, winter and cloudy days, we have 880 Ah of battery
capacity and 970 W of solar panels
For your requirements, you will need around triple our system to go green. But 3 kW of panels won´t fit on a Pearson 365
. You might want to take a big generator and big fuel
tanks. Or ditch the microwave, replace the a/c with windchutes and efficient fans and replace the heating
with a hot water bottle and a woman. The woman is dual purpose (like all boat gadgets should be), so you can ditch your entertainment centre and go for other more natural forms of entertainment. Cards for example.
Right now, you are proposing something that is unattainable on your boat on the water. You need to compromise.