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Old 14-04-2015, 13:59   #46
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Re: Sub-30 Foot Sailboat Power

It looks like I can't have it all, then

I wonder if the torqueedo 6 hp equivalent could do both though. No worries about cavitation in reverse from engine exhaust, as well as no worries about being submersed by following seas since it's supposed to be waterproof, and can easily be disassembled between battery and motor, making it light and easy to switch between vehicles. My house bank is full by 10 am most days, so I could charge the torqueedo off my 100 watt panel.

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