Electrification of a Boesch - conversion and restoration at its best

“If you want someone to build a boat, do not give him tools, but awaken in him the longing for the lake. ” (Antoine de Saint-Exupery)

According to this quote, the Simmerding shipyard from Lake Starnberg and the engine technician and “linking element” between idea and reality” Mischa Stock are not only awaken longings, but also make dreams come true and offer conversions and restorations from classics to electric boats. A decisive factor, especially at the “hotspot” for electric boats on Lake Starnberg, because they do not require any of the very rare licenses for motor boats.

The classic Boesch 580 with a length of over 5.80 meters was purchased and restored on behalf of a customer and transformed into a gliding e-boat with aentron battery modules. In a total project phase of around 3 months, the high requirements were perfectly implemented. It should be a glide phase at a minimum speed of 25 km/h for one hour of driving fun.

The decision of the conversion professionals at the Simmerding shipyard and Bootsmotoren Stock was again in favor of the battery modules from aentron, which have already been tried, tested and implemented several times – three 10kW modules were built into the classic boat. Equipped with a Kräutler drive, the owner can now enjoy full driving pleasure – one hour in the gliding phase and at a top speed of up to 33 km/h.

For Mischa Stock, the advantages of aentron modules are clearly the possibility of 360 ° installation and the flexible scalability of the capacity – this offers maximum flexibility. The modules can be fitted into almost any hull. In addition, the entire system can be accessed remotely – an additional plus in terms of security and service.

"The advantages of aentron modules are clearly the possibility of 360 ° installation and the flexible scalability of the capacity - this offers maximum flexibilit"

Mischa Stock, Managing Director Bootsmotoren Stock

© Mischa Stock

Technical Data

The system contains 10 kWh lithium-ion energy modules and aentron BMS.