Stock Electrical Design Plans
Bayside Marine Design is pleased to offer electrical plans for the amateur boat builder. These plans are fully detailed and can be used
in a variety of boat building projects. All you need to do is match the length of your boat project to an Electrical Plan size and you will
be able to wire your new boat, re-wire an existing boat or add new equipment to an existing boat. The plans are designed to ABYC
Standard E-11. All of the wire sizes and circuit protection values are calculated so all you have to do is follow the wiring diagrams and
purchase equipment to the specifications stated in the recommended parts list. All navigation lights shown in the plans are the
required types for the size boat the plans are meant for and meet current US Coast Guard requirements. These plans are for
recreational boats only. If you are going to carry passengers for hire or do commercial fishing contact this office before purchasing any plan set.
|DC only system||up to 21 feet LOA||open boat||Outboard||35.00|
|DC only system||up to 21 feet LOA||cuddy cabin||Outboard/Inboard/ I/O||35.00|
|DC and Shorepower||up to 21 feet LOA||cuddy cabin||Outboard/Inboard/ I/O||55.00|
|Shorepower only||up to 35 feet LOA||any type||Outboard/Inboard/ I/O||25.00|
|Simple DC system||up to 21 feet LOA||open boat||Outboard||30.00|
These plans are for fiberglass and wood vessels only. Do not use on steel or aluminum boats.
Plans in the near future: Plans are being finalized for boats up to 30 feet in length. Also coming in the near
future are plans for an electric inboard drive system for boats up to 18 feet in length.
What do the plans contain?
Plans show all wiring sizes and circuit protection values. All of the equipment shown in
the plans have all required specifications listed if you do not want to purchase the exact
equipment specified. The equipment in the plans is chosen as the most likely found and desired
by the owner of a boat in the size class of the plan set. Expansion is provided for in the plans for
extra equipment with out the worry of overloading your system. Full schematic is broken down
into smaller parts so you can better understand how it is all connected. Suggested wiring panel
layout is provided. There is also some educational type material to help you understand proper
wiring techniques and many notes are on the schematics to point out important features and items
you need to be aware of. All schematics are CAD generated. All other documentation
is computer documented so all information is easy to read.
To Order: E-mail us telling us what plan set you are interested in. Briefly describe your boat project so we
make sure you are ordering what you need.