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Where does solar fit in your future?

if you're contemplating getting on board with solar then SunPower & Maxeon is the smart place to start. Built with the highest efficiency solar cells it means more power in less space, pretty important when "roof space" is a premium aboard.


We have put together a list of 49 recent solar installs from our customers so that you can better see how much solar is being installed aboard and get an idea of what might work for your boat.

As panel selection has changed over the years you may see some panels listed that are no longer available. Always check with us to see what is in stock and ready to go, or just head over to our shop


Maybe you have a Catalina 42 or a Leopard 44 and it might be nice to see what other owners with the same boat have installed for solar panels. Sometimes it's a little easier to copy someone else's install but please note this list is intended as a reference only, maybe you have a different battery bank voltage aboard, or maybe you don't have an arch installed on the stern to add large fixed frame solar panels to (just yet!) or maybe you have bimini windows you don't want to block.


At Sun Powered Yachts we're here to help you go solar, we offer free consultations and are happy to chat through your planned install and help answer any questions you may have.





For the full updated list of SunPower & Maxeon solar installs head to our install list page


If you don't see your boat/install listed feel free to drop us a quick email info@sunpoweredyachts.com with details about how much solar you added aboard. Also head over to our install gallery where we post photos of our customer's installs or you can find regular updates on social media - Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

Dolphin 460 with 5x370W | Grady White 307 with 2x110W | Passport 42 with 2x410W + flex



49 SunPower & Maxeon solar installs

Boat

Panels

# MPPT controllers

Battery Voltage

25ft center console

1x100W

1

12V

34' Tollycraft

3x100W

1

12V

40' center cockpit

1x415W-R

Alajuela 38

2x415W-R

1

48V

Amel 54

3x415W-R

1

48V

Amel Super Maramu

3x410W, 2x170W,4x110W

Baba 35

4x100W

1

12V

Beneteau 323

2x415W-R

2

12V

Beneteau 40

4x100W

2

12V

Beneteau 411

1x100W

1

12V

Beneteau 433

2x415W-R

2

12V

Beneteau Oceanis 31

2x100W

1

12V

Beneteau Oceanis 38

2x100W

1

12V

Beneteau Oceanis 41

4x110W

2

12V

Beneteau Oceanis 43

2x410W

1

12V

Beneteau Sense 46

4x415W-R

2

12V

Catalina 400

2x415W-R

2

12V

Catalina 42

3x415W-R

Catalina Morgan 44

3x415W-R

3

12V

Compass 47

2x100W

Cooper 416

1x415W-R + 2x100W

2

12V

Fountaine Pajot 44

5x415W-R

Island Packet 44

1x470W

1

12V

Jeanneau 42DS

4x100W

2

12V





Jeanneau 46

3x410W

3

12V

Kelly Peterson 44

2x100W + 2x50W

2

12V

Kelly Peterson 46

2x415W-R

2

12V

Lagoon 42

5x415W-R

12V

Lagoon 444

5x470W

Leopard 44

4x470W

4

48V

Leopard 53PC

8x470W

48V

Morgan 382

1x470W

1

48V

Nordhavn 60

3x415W-R

Nordhavn 63

21x170W

Oyster 485

10x100W + 2x50W

4

12V

Passport 42

2x410W

Passport 42

4x470W

4

48V

Rapido 60 trimaran

2x470W + 4x170W

48V

S&S 47

3x415W-R

Sabre 34

2x50W

1

12V

Sabre 36

3x410W + 2x100W

12

Santa Cruz 27

3x100W

1

12V

Selene 53

4x470W

2

24V

Swan 57

4x110W

2

24V

Sweden 39

1x100W + 1x50W

2

12V

Tartan 37

1x415W-R

Tayana 47

3x410W

Tayana 48

3x470W

3

12V

Tayana 58

5x415W-R

48V




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