We have a lot on our mind, especially when the topic is about boats and we feel a need to tell the stories about our universe and why it makes us so passionate.
Imagine the feeling of a brisk wind in your hair the salty sea drops hitting your face and the unsteadiness under your feet while riding the waves of the rough Baltic sea. Enjoy the offshore scenery of the Northeast coast of the Zealand island.
Clear your mind and refresh your soil, by letting go of your daily routine and try out a completely different experience. Head out to the deep waters and experience the feeling of intense energy and freedom. Unite with nature in a spectacular way by joining its wildness and enjoy your dose of adrenaline rushing through your body.
At the end of every winter, spring arrives and it always brings the feeling and experience of new refreshing life and energy. The city of Copenhagen is no exeption, and here, the spring is a unique season. It's a time that brings "out in the open" experiences with it and in Copehagen this means outside coffeedates at small cozy sidewalk cafes, chilled sunny strolls under the clear blue sky and slow cruises through the Copenhagen canals.
Viewing the city of Copenhagen in spring with its historical and architectural buildings, people slowy strolling the harborsides enjoying a refreshment and the newly born sunbeams. This peaceful atmosphere experienced from the waterside is a day or afternoon well spent in the Copenhagen canals.
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Imagine that moment when you step on board your boat and your eye glance over the water surface and all you would see was a pristine underwater world blooming with life.
That could be the reality of every marina if the future of boating is electric, and it is an appealing possibility. As boaters we have a responsibility to nurture the nature that lets us venture out towards the horizon providing the most intense feeling of freedom that only the sea will give you.
The proposition that Electric propulsion presents is first and for most a much more engaging connection with nature. The Silence, the sound of the waves as they glide around the vessel that enables your experience, the respect that you must show the forces of nature also suddenly applies to the respect you show for the Nature as a hole.
This presence to your surroundings also provides a setting for much more engaging social experiences on the water. The space create by the natural surroundings sets a atmosphere and a stage for quality time like you would only find in certain calm situations on a sailboat. Adding to that sensation, you maintain the freedom to go where ever you want and in the time that you want, that only motorboats can insure.
From a practical point of view there are also many reason why electric motors are interesting for marine use. Maintenance on the motor is almost non-existent, so you never have to change filters, fluids, seals or renovate parts. In that way it is perfect for increasing the time spent enjoy the water instead of being tied down on the docks doing repairs.
That ease of use is also relates to the operations. Simply push a button and you are on the way. No warming up the engine, No fuss with dropping in and out of gear because of idle rpm not matching the desired speed – Electric motor will run smoothly at 5 rpm all the up to max rpm with immediate torque available which makes maneuvers a real pleasure.
Most harbour infrastructure supports another big benefit of electric boats, being that you have your own cheap energy “refuelling” point directly at where you keep the boat, so you simply plug it in when are done for the day and it will be recharged and ready to go the next day where all you do is plug it out and push the ON-button.
This raises the biggest concern that some boaters may have regarding electric propulsion. What about the range? It is true that with benefits of electric propulsion there are also some limitations, but really it only calls for smarter boating.
Heading out into the refreshing chill waves, and the instant feeling of freedom, when nature lets you clear your head. Why limit this opportunity for the warmer summer months? Wakeboarding is a great activity and a fun time spend on the water. The season of winter offeres great conditions to let go of the everyday drill, when surfing the waves. Free of crowds and trafic on the water, the winter itself opens up a wide sea of opportunities for a wonderful experience!
Crossing the sea for thousands of kilometers is a great adventure in itself, but sailing by boat in the Stockholm Archipelago is an unique and breathtaking adventure. An endless world of big and small rocky islands, softwood trees along every shore and a sea full of underwater life. This is what surrounds you in this wonderful swedish wilderness.
Exploring the archipelago by boat, provides the ultimate freedom to visit every corner by yourself. Consisting of about 24,000 islands there will be multiple options to find your own personal favourite. Jumping on and of the boat to walk around picking strawberries and wild mushrooms, swimming around the silent water and admire the small waterfront cottages around the islands.
Embracing easy movability and the feeling of freedom is what makes Picnic 18 an especially suitable boat for a lifetime of exploring the islands.
Relaxing and enjoying the sunny weather with good friends, while cruising around the beautiful surroundings of the raw swedish nature.
Enjoying the view, relaxing and reading your favourite books or magazines on the flexible sunbed that the Picnic 18 offers.
Wandering about, taking a swim in the fresh clear water and picking mushrooms and flowers around the rocky and foresty landscape.