Sigrid (Electric drive)
Sigrid (Electric drive)
Sigrid (Electric drive)
30 May

Sigrid (Electric drive)

This robust flybridge boat is spacious both inside and out. It's perfect for a group or a family that values comfort and space. We recommend a maximum of 6 people, even if it's possible to fit two extra beds.

Product description

Electrically powered!!!

We have two of these built in 2021. The basic price is boat rental + canal ticket (8580 SEK). Options can be made in the next step.

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This solid flybridge boat offers large spaces both inside and outside. Suitable for the larger company or family that places high demands on comfort and space. We recommend up to 6 people, although it is possible to also make a bed in the salon and then get two extra beds.

Length: 10,40 m

Width: 3.30 m

Weight: 5000 kg

Engine: Electric

Speed: 8 knots

Fuel consumption:0 charge included in the price

Year of construction 2021

Equipment comfort:

Sleeping places: 8,

Double beds: 3,

Convertible saloon: 2,

Single beds: 0,

Fresh water tank: 120 l

Hot water: yes

Toilet: 2

Shower: 1

Pillows and duvets for 8 people (bed linen and towels can be ordered separately)

Heater: electric

Shore power: 220v

Socket for 12v underway

Bow thruster: yes

Steering positions: 2


2 plates, gas

Oven, LPG

Refrigerator 85 l

Fully equipped kitchen for 8 people.

Navigation/safety equipment:

Life jackets for nine people, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, flares, GPS plotter, compass, fenders, anchor, boat hook, mooring and lock lines, paper maps of the Göta Canal and the lake systems.

Keep in mind that Göta Kanal Charter has special conditions for their boats and you can read more about it here:

Option to choose route: Green, Blue or Red.

Green route: Motala - Kinda - Motala. Only applies to the boats: Delphia Escape, Nano, Albin 25.

Blue route: Motala - Söderköping - Motala. Valid for all boats, but especially for the electric boats Sigrid, Sophia and Caspian.

Red route: Motala - Sjötorp - Motala. Applicable to all boats but can be recommended for a two-week trip or for the more experienced skipper or returning guests. The route requires crossing Lake Vättern.

Read more here: