Skip to main content

Solar Power Systems for Great Lakes Cruising Boaters

Having plenty of electric power on board while cruising can make the difference between a fantastic experience and a marginal one. Solar energy is an excellent source of electrical power for the cruising sailboat or power boat. However, figuring out the size of solar panels you need and matching them up with the various accessories required for a complete high-performance system can be a daunting task.

This seminar will provide you with an understanding of the components of a marine solar system and how they work and integrate with the current boat electrical system. We will then address how to determine your power needs and assess how much solar power is required to meet those needs. We will focus on how to approach the design and procurement of a solar system and provide information on the current technology available.

If you are considering solar power for your sailboat or powerboat and want to learn more about the technology, how to design and install a system or just curious about what you can do with solar, this webinar is for you. You'll be sure to get a charge out of it.

Available as package

This webinar is also available as part of a webinar package. To register for the package at a discounted rate, and for more information, visit Webinar Package - Solar Power and Lithium Batteries. To register for this webinar as a standalone product, use the Add to Cart button below.
MX00101-i: Solar Power Systems for Great Lakes Cruising Boaters
Tom Trimmer

Member discounts processed during checkout.

To register for this webinar, click the Add to Cart button, then checkout from the Cart page. Price is in US Dollars and includes the recording available after the webinar completes.

During checkout you will first need to login, or complete a free enrollment if you have not registered yet.

Meet The Instructor

Tom Trimmer
Tom Trimmer is the founder and owner of Custom Marine Products, a company specializing in marine solar systems for the cruising sailor. He cruises the The North Channel for six weeks every summer.