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New Ewincher SE: affordable and powerful electric winch handle

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Ewincher has recently introduced their new electric winch handle – Ewincher SE, which stands for Special Edition. At a first glance it’s difficult to find the difference from Ewincher 2, but somehow the price is considerably lower. Let’s look at the main features of the new Ewincher SE compared to Ewincher 2!

Harken Electric Winch Range Explained

Harken Electric Winch Range Explained

Photo © Marjolein Rueter via Harken

 

Harken have long been a popular choice for winches due to their quality, with their winches aboard everything from the smallest sportsboats to the largest mega yachts.

 

When it comes to electric winches, Harken have an excellent range for both cruisers and racers with varying features to choose from, including 1, 2, and 3 speeds, horizontal, vertical and compact motor configurations, ‘shaped grip’ or ‘sandblasted grip’ and a rewind feature.  

 

Antal Electric Winch Range Explained

Antal Electric Winch

 

In a previous blog, we examined the manual winch range from Italian manufacturer Antal. Antal also offer an excellent selection of electric winches for cruising sailors, which we’ll take a look at in this blog.

Andersen’s Compact Electric Winches: Space-saving Saviour or Subpar Alternative?

Andersen Electric Winch Compact © Andersen Winches

Photo Credit: © Andersen Winches

 

When choosing an electric winch, motor placement is a critical design decision. In a previous blog, we delved into the options, cross-examining the differences between a horizontal, vertical and compact motor placement.

Electric Sailboat Winch – Horizontal, Vertical or Compact Motor?

Andersen Electric Winch © Andersen Winches

© Andersen Winches

 

You’ve chosen to upgrade from a manual winch to an electric winch. Now, you need to decide on motor placement. This is a critical design decision which largely depends on your boats available space below deck. Ask yourself: ‘What is going to fit, and what is going to be the least work?’.

What size electric sailboat winch do I need?

Harken Electric Winch on Beneteau Oceanis 46.1

© Beneteau 

Published Date: June 16 2024

 

Electric winches are becoming increasingly common. Used to reduce the strain of trimming and hoisting sails, electric winches make sailing more accessible; with strength no longer a barrier, it’s easy to sail short-handed or with minimal crew, share sailing with family and friends, plus prolong your time on the water for years to come.

We are constantly reporting on the latest innovations in the marine industry which offer weight savings whilst, at the same time, increasing safety factors. The result: lighter, faster, safer and more exciting sailing.

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