Mastervolt solar

Far-off destinations

Your ship:

40-50 ft motoryacht with all the comforts

Use:

Longer trips and extended periods without shore power

Details:

Luxurious onboard facilities


Your sailing profile

You often make long trips and despite the luxury onboard facilities do not want to have to constantly depend on shore power. Ease and comfort are important and you like to have the same conveniences as you do at home while also being able to use a winch when moored in the harbour. Your comprehensive navigation system is spread across various indoors and outdoors screens, and you have a hydraulic, remote controlled passerelle. You also expect the components of the electric system to be seamlessly compatible with each other and provide a carefree system performance. Wherever you are, you also need complete security of service should there be a malfunction.

 

Your onboard consumers include:

DC consumers: 

 

 

description

total x capacity x hour

daily consumption

Navigation and deck lighting

8 x 25 Watt x 8 hour

= 1.60 kWh

Navigation and communication equipment

6 x 40 Watt x 12 hour

= 2.88 kWh

Interior lighting

30 x 20 Watt x 4 hour

= 2.40 kWh

Water, shower, toilet and bilge pumps

8 x 250 Watt x 0,2 hour

= 0.40 kWh

Large refrigerator(s)

2 x 80 Watt x 8 hour

= 1.28 kWh

Freezers

2 x 80 Watt x 8 hour

= 1.28 kWh

Water maker

1 x 400 Watt x 0.4 hour

= 1.60 kWh

Mooring winch

1 x 2000 Watt x 0.1 hour

= 0.20 kWh

Automatic passerelle Gangway

1 x 2000 Watt x 0 hour

= 0 kWh

Several small consumers

20 x 20 Watt x 4 hour

= 1.60 kWh

AC consumers: 

 

 

Audio system

1 x 250 Watt x 4 hour

= 1.00 kWh

Microwave/oven combination

1 x 3000 Watt x 0.5 hour

= 1.50 kWh

Electric cooking

1 x 2000 Watt x 0.5 hour

= 1.00 kWh

Coffee/espresso machine

1 x 1200 Watt x 0.2 hour

= 1.10 kWh

Dishwasher

1 x 1000 Watt x 0 hour

= 0 kWh

Washing machine

1 x 2500 Watt x 0 hour

= 0 kWh

Household appliances

4 x 200 Watt x 0.5 hour

= 0.40 kWh

TV

3 x 150 Watt x 2 hour

= 0.12 kWh

Laptop

2 x 30 Watt x 2 hour

= 0.12 kWh

Total DC and AC consumers

 

= 18.5 kWh

 

The Basics

  • You charge your batteries with heavy alternators on the main engine while sailing so seldom need shore power.
  • You use the generator for recharging while you are moored or anchored without having shore power available.
  • You do not want to have to think about what to use or when. Everything at the same time is best.
  • Your navigation station includes GPS, plotters, speedometer and depth gauge, and there is an onboard marine telephone.
  • Your ship has several pumps for water, shower, toilet and bilges.
  • You require optimum ease of operation; not only centrally located but also next to your bed or in the engine room.