Singawing

Singawing is a 68-foot fiberglass schooner weighing in at 74,000 pounds. Last year we tore out her traditional Volvo Penta diesel engines and installed a hybrid diesel electric propulsion system, thus shattering any pre-conceived notions of size limitations. She has met all pre-installation performance predictions. Singawing is a Pacific Northwest charter boat. She has seen considerable reductions in overhead costs, as 95% of her day sail charters are now accomplished without burning a single drop of fuel. Singawing is available for viewing and sea trials upon request.

Vessel Particulars

Loa 68 Feet
Displacement 32 Tons
Beam 16 Feet
Theoretical Hull Speed 9.6 Knots
Previous Propulsion Twin 40 Hp Diesels
Previous Top Motoring Speed 8.2 Knots
New Propulsion Twin Uqm Pp100
Kilowatts of Propulsion 200 Kilowatts
Diesel Generator 60 Kw 150 Hp Volvo Penta
Propulsion Battery 50 Kw Lithium Nmc
Top Speed Battery Only 9.7 Knots (Torque Limited)
Battery Autonomy at 6.2 Knots 2 Hours 45 Minutes
Generator Run Time While Cruising 1.5 Hours
Sailing Power Regeneration At 8 Knots 5 Kilowatts
Hotel Load Autonomy, No Heat 10 Days
Hotel Load Autonomy, A/C Or Heat 30 Hours
Generator Recharge at Rest 1 Hour
Shore Charging 6.6 Kw
DC to DC Converter 2 Kw
House Battery Revision Marine Esm 12-300, 12 Volt 300 Amp Hour Lifepo4
Inverter/Chargers Outback 5 Kw
Solar Charging Outback 1.5 Kw
Decibles While Running Electric in Saloon 65
Decibles While Running Diesel in Saloon 70
Revision Marine Rotating Saildrive System With Position Keep

Singawing

GENERATOR ON LIFTING TABLE

PORT ELECTRIC DRIVE, INVERTER, ROTATING ASSEMBALY AND COOLANT PUMPS