I have a friend with a Torqueedo on his 33' daysailer and it works great for him.
I think the biggest thing to consider - as long as cost is not the issue - is how far you normally need to motor
The gas will of course take you much much further than you can get on electric
. But if all you need is to get away from the dock
or the boat ramp
and then you can sail it would be great. Not having to worry about storing gas or whether the outboard
is going to start is a nice bonus.
With the Torqueedo you may need to upgrade your battery
setup, and batteries
are heavier than gas. But how much battery
you need depends on how far you have to go of course. And a 2 battery setup is not too much weight on a C22. You may already have that ?
I would also consider how far you're going to sail and if you might need to get back quickly. If you had to get home against the wind
the gas might be a better choice then.
It's really an equation that you just need to plug
in your numbers so to speak, and then you'll have your answer !