Electric auxiliary

Lucky Dog

Member III
Would like to learn more

I looked at several of the utubes concerning electric motorized boats. My students are using the same etek motor for a electric hydrofoil. We have E35II with atomic 4. A electric motors sounds very appealing if only the could recharge as as refueling.
Hope others post any success with electric motors.

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Sven

Seglare
"4 knts per hour" ... that is one very slow Ericson !

From Wikipedia:

Until the mid-19th century vessel speed at sea was measured using a chip log. This consisted of a wooden panel, weighted on one edge to float upright and thus have substantial water resistance, attached by line to a reel. The chip log was "cast" over the stern of the moving vessel and the line allowed to pay out. Knots placed at a distance of 47 feet 3 inches (14.4018 m) passed through a sailor's fingers, while another sailor used a 30 second sandglass (28 second sandglass is the current accepted timing) to time the operation.[6] The knot count would be reported and used in the sailing master's dead reckoning and navigation. This method gives a value for the knot of 20.25 in/s, or 1.85166 km/h. The difference from the modern definition is less than 0.02%.

-Sven
 

Mark F

Sustaining Member
Just to be clear, I'm not financially involved with SolidNav (other than buying a unit from them :). It bothers me when obvious solicitation pops up here and that is not my intent with this post.
 
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