Free online webinar
Get better knowledge, understanding and an overview of the electrical system onboard
Even when you do not have any prior experience with electricity
Our live online webinar focuses on electrical safety, both during sailing and in the harbour. The webinar covers all the basics about electrical systems aboard and provides you with tools to go through the electrical system yourself and ensure optimal safety.
Not sure if it is something for you?
Can you recognize the following?
The sailing season has finally begun, and the first sailing trip has been planned, but the boat won’t start
The boat is unpacked after the winter season, only for you to realize that the batteries are dead (again!)
You prefer to enjoy an effortless sailing trip on a nice and sunny day, but every time you get the boat in the water, something new always fails
It has been a great and perfect day at sea, but when you return to the harbour, the motor won’t start
The boat is connected to a power source at shore, with the expectation of fully charged batteries, but after a few hours, the batteries are as dead as before
You would like to add new electrical equipment but have no overview of where it is best to plug in the cords (and end up connecting them straight to the battery)
It doesn’t have to be that way!
The webinar will teach you:
What to be particularly aware of with a 12V system
How you can (quite simply) optimize electrical safety onboard your boat
When and how to go through the electrical system to avoid unfortunate situations
You’ll also learn:
How to maintain the batteries to make them last for several years
What to be particularly aware of when you are installing new electrical equipment
Of what you’ll get from participating
in the webinar on electrical safety
A deeper insight into the electrical system onboard
and knowledge of the 12V system in the boat versus 230V at home
The overview and courage to go through the electrical system yourself
even if you are a complete beginner within electricity
The tools to optimize electrical safety
and checking whether the electrical system around the battery functions properly
Knowledge on how to maintain the boat’s batteries
so they start every time and keep going for many years
Knowledge on what to be aware of when installing new equipment
so that it is done safely and responsibly
Answers to your questions
so you are ready to take control over the electrical system onboard
More than 2000 enthusiastic boat owners have participated in the webinar on electrical safety.
See what some of them have to say:
Who can participate in the webinar on electrical safety?
The webinar is for ALL boat owners, yachtsmen and others that want to understand, explore and improve the electrical system aboard
It is for you who:
Are in doubt of the state of your electrical system
Want to DIY but need more knowledge
Are completely green and want to understand the electrical system onboard
Want to install new equipment yourself but don’t know where to start
After the webinar, you will:
Have a basic understanding of the boat’s primary electrical system
Know what to be aware of to limit fire hazards
Be able to do a basic troubleshooting if something is not working
Be able to avoid some of the simplest (and often fatal) mistakes concerning the electrical system
Lars will take you through the webinar on electrical safety
With more than 20 years of experience in electricity and electrical equipment on everything from small pleasure boats to luxury yachts and large container ships through his own business, Lars knows what he is talking about.
Throughout the years, Lars has hosted several events in boat clubs in North Zealand. Therefore, he knows what type of knowledge is needed among sailors.
As a certified instructor, Lars is the perfect conveyer. His aim is to spread awareness of electrical safety across the world.
And best of all…
It is completely free to participate
Where, When, and How?
The webinar is hosted online, where we are streaming live.
You can follow along from your:
Computer, tablet or smartphone.
The webinar takes place on:
New dates coming in 2023
The webinar lasts approx. 1 hour.
If you want to join the following Q&A session, we recommend setting aside 2 hours.
Then we also promise that you will feel ready to go through your own electrical system onboard the boat.
OBS: Registration is not available at the moment
After registering, you will receive an e-mail, with a
Confirmation of your registration
You will also receive a free e-book so you can get started straight away.
Before the webinar takes place, you will receive a link to our live stream, which takes place through Vimeo.
If you do not receive an e-mail shortly after registering, remember to check your spam folder. If there is still no e-mail, feel free to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org