• Robeta’s Luxury Schumacher Edition Camper Van Equipped with the Nereide 2

    Ex-Formula 1 driver Ralf Schumacher and the premium Slovenian campervan manufacturer Robeta have designed a new and limited-edition luxury campervan – the Schumacher edition.

  • Van conversion – this is how Tim and Katie from The Trio In Transit did it!

    “One of the cleanest, most beautiful and off-the-grid ready vans I’ve seen in all of YouTube. Well done guys.” This is the first comment you’ll find below their latest YouTube video, in which Tim and Katie take a tour of the campervan of their dreams.

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    Tank sensors configuration guide

    One of our PICO’s main functionalities is monitoring tank levels. This blog post will explain which tank sensors we support and how to configure them in PICO to properly track your tank levels. Let’s get started!

  • 5 simple steps to maintain your boat battery

    Batteries have always been an important issue for all boat lovers and sailors. In addition to their main function as an energy source to start the engines, batteries run a host of and have to feed all those cool electronic onboard appliances and all sorts of apps.

  • How to choose the right marine battery

    We all have serious need for electricity onboard and a good working marine battery is one of the most important crew members. It’s not encouraging, yet it’s a fact: batteries degrade over time. At some point, you shall be looking forward to buying a new one. It’s important that you choose the right battery for your boat. But … which is the right one? It’s very difficult to select as there are countless choices.

  • Introducing the SCX03, the latest in our family of shunts!

    Simarine is devoted to constant advances. Insatiable curiosity, cutting-edge innovation, and a passion for adventure on land and sea alike guide our development of new products. It is our pleasure today to introduce to you the newest addition to our powerful family of shunts, the SCX03. This innovation takes the place of the older shunts SCX02T and SCX01 (whose lines included the SC301, SC501, SC302T, and the SC502T).

  • Battery storage tips and state of charge dos and don’ts

    Have you ever had the feeling you are buried in information on how batteries work, some of which is conflicting? What should you really do to increase battery lifespan? Which battery dos and don’ts should be remembered?

  • Boat solar battery charger vs. a wind turbine

    Many (if not most) boat owners face the problem of keeping the batteries charged. If you want your battery serves you for a longer period of time, you should ensure it is fully charged prior to using it. Half charging will shorten its life cycle and spoil your sunny days out in the ocean. Besides sun and wind, complete energy independence on board is probably every sailor’s dream.

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    5 ways to make your boat batteries last longer

    Not understanding your boat batteries can be an expensive and chronic problem. Batteries could also be a real party breaker. Most of us have experienced this scenario: the wind is just right, the sky is perfectly clear and the boat is prepared to sail away to new adventures. Just before grabbing our favourite sailing shoes and hitting the docks we check the battery bank.

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