DIY ~ Solar Power Canoe NEAT!!! ~Do it yourself ! ~ Alternative Energy

DIY solar powered canoe… Do it yourself ! Solar powered canoe !

A brief synopisis of our homemade solar powered canoe.
The boat cost 20 dollars.
The solar panel was 30 dollars.
The Heavy Duty Deep cycle Marine battery was 120 dollars
The Trolling motor was free
Two metal clamps on the back were 6 bucks each.

It works great, and we plan to have a lot of fun with it! We hope to add more panels so we will no longer need the battery! Although it would still be benefical to have it to run when there is no run, or we want to go at a higher speed.

A subscriber dubbed me the “MAN with the FANS” as I have more relaxing videos of FANS, than any other Channel on YouTUBE !!!!
To see all of my FAN videos, checkout this playlist:

Help Support My Channel By Shopping on Amazon!

The camera I used :
The laptop I made this video on:
The sweet audio recorder I used:
The video editing software I used:
The shotgun microphone I used:
The headphones I use for audio:

Disclaimer: I am participant in the Amazon Services Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue producing these videos for you. Thank you for your continued support !

Like my content? Subscribe for more awesome !

Fan Sounds For Sleeping:
Relaxing Campfire:
Echoing Exhaust White Noise:
Natures Symphony:

Fireplace Relaxation:
Bubble Bath Jet Tub Sounds:
Native American Flute Music:
Ocean Noise for Sleeping:

20 thoughts on “DIY ~ Solar Power Canoe NEAT!!! ~Do it yourself ! ~ Alternative Energy”

  1. Make it yourself thanks to avasva page. I think it's the best way to learn how to build it in the cheapest way.

  2. You can find something like this on the Avasva page. Full step-by-step instructions right on your desk.

  3. Put an Expandacraft outrigger kit on that thing and you could have 4 or 5 times the space for solar panels.

  4. Good to see someone willing to give something a try. You will no doubt make mistakes as you go along but as long as you learn from those mistakes then it has been a brilliant learning curve. Take a look into battery chemistry and solar efficiency and post video number 2. Good luck and well done.

  5. This is awesome, thanks for this video, very interesting and entertaining at the same time… cant wait to make mine.. great job!

  6. Battery is going to get totalled being hooked directly to a solar panel. Not smart to make a video like this, others might follow what you have done as a guide and ruin their stuff too. Charge controllers are absolutely necessary.


Leave a Comment

Enter Captcha Here : *

Reload Image