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THE FUTURE OF SOLAR ARCHES FOR SAILBOATS

STRONG AND STYLISH

OPTIMISED FOR SOLAR PANELS

CUSTOM FIT FOR YOUR BOAT

MADE FROM STAINLESS STEEL

Complete solar power solution for your boat

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We produce and deliver customised, affordable and stylish arches for mounting solar panels on sailboats.

Many sailors have a dream of a sustainable power production on their boat. It gives you the freedom for long passages and visiting remote destinations without having to worry about electrical power. Most sailors will choose a solution with solar panels which will raise the question; where to place them on the boat.?
To get enough capacity, most often the panels will need to be placed on a solar arch on the stern of the boat.


Having a solar arch mounted, will also give you the option to carry and hoist a dinghy from the integrated davits.

As a sailor, you used to have two options, when looking to mount an arch on your sailboat to carry solar panels and  a dinghy on the stern:

  1. Buy a 100% standard product, which you then cut and drill so it fits onto your boat. This can be relatively cheap, but is definitely not pretty, since often the material is aluminium, so "normal people" are able to cut and drill without problems. It does not look great when the other tubes on your boat are most likely polished stainless steel.
     

  2. Find a local blacksmith and ask them to make a one-off arch. That gives you maximum freedom to decide design (with the potential to mess it up, if you don't know what you are doing). This is always a VERY costly affair, as most one-off products are.

We have figured out a way to combine the best of both...

We have developed an advanced, yet simple process for our customers to perform the necessary measurements on their own sailboats, which we then use to finish a semi-standard product.

The result is a beautifully designed, structurally thought through stainless steel arch, optimized for carrying solar panels and a dinghy.