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Torqeedo

Cruise 2.0 Tiller Electric Outboard Motor

$3,999.00

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Torqeedo's new models of the Cruise 2.0 electric outboard motors have been improved to meet the demanding challenges of every day marine use; making them ready to take on the harshest environmental conditions.  The Cruise 2.0 is perfect for small boats, dinghies, and sailboats up to 3 tons.

Improvements have made the Cruise even more rugged in the event that it runs aground and even better protected against corrosion when used extensively in salt water.

The Cruise 2.0 is comparable to a 5 HP gasoline outboard and can be easily mounted on your boat with a couple of tools, regardless of whether the remote or tiller version.

A power supply from at least one lithium battery (Power 26-104) or with lead batteries (lead-gel or AGM) at 24V must be provided for operation.

The Cruise 2.0 Tiller is available in short and long shaft version.

 

Details

  • Improved robustness and improved corrosion protection
  • 2,000 W input power, in terms of propulsion is comparable with a 5-hp gasoline outboard
  • All Cruise models are suitable for inflatables and other small boats.
  • The Cruise 2.0 is recommended for dinghies and sailboats up to to 3 tons.
  • This model is equipped with tiller control.
  • Rugged aluminium pylon with reinforced fin – extra robust even when running aground.
  • Shaft sealant rings mounted in protected area on the inside of the pylons
  • Highest-grade seawater-proof aluminium (AlMgSi1), hard-anodized for long service life, even in the harshest conditions.
  • Lubricant-free polymer plain bearings protect against damage from fishing lines or debris and provide improved mechanical support for propeller shaft – wear-resistant and maintenance-free.
  • Comprehensive galvanic corrosion protection through careful matching of all materials and meticulous isolation of materials with different electrochemical properties.
  • Aluminium fin coated in polyurethane foam provides additional protection from impact when running aground.
  • Everything is waterproof to IP67.
  • Maximum efficiency outboard
  • With tiller control
  • Integrated on-board computer with GPS-based range calculation
  • 25 mm2 cable set (3m) including fuse and main switch
  • Emergency magnetic stop key
  • Battery cable bridge for lead batteries
  • Fuse and main switch
  • In the box -  Complete motor with pylon, propeller, shaft and transom mount (with guide tube for remote steering), connection cables for cable set, Remote throttle control with integrated display connection cables and fixing material (only Cruise R), Tiller (only Cruise T), Link arm and small parts for connecting the remote steering (only Cruise R), Magnetic Kill Switch, Cable set with main switch, fuse and bridging cable (1 piece for Cruise 2.0 R/T, 3 pieces for Cruise 4.0 R/T), M8 screw to lock the steering, Operating manual,  5 meter long data cable

 

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Specs 

Best Use Dinghies and Small boats up to 3 tons
Battery Size None included, one Power 26-104 is recommended

Running Time

(hh:mm)

Slow 10:00, Full-throttle 01:15 with one Power 26-104 battery

Speed

(mph)*

Slow 3.1, Full-throttle 6.9 with one Power 26-104 battery

Comparable gas outboards

(propulsive power)

5 hp

Comparable gas outboards

(thrust)

6 hp
Shaft Length 24.6 inches short-shaft, 29.7 inches long-shaft

Standard propeller

(v = speed in km/h at p = power in watts)

v19/p4000

Optional propeller

(v = speed in km/h at p = power in watts)

v35/p4000 and v8/p350
Weight 38.6 lbs short-shaft, 41 lbs long-shaft
Warranty 2 year manufacturer's limited warranty for non-commercial use
Shipping Weight 61 lbs short-shaft, 64 lbs long-shaft

 

* Depends on type of boat, load, propeller and conditions. Speed and range indications do not represent a legal guarantee.

 

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