The outboard motor has turned from something exotic into a usable instrument during fishing. One can install it both on yachts and small boats. With all the advantages, the motor has one demerit – the operation time is limited by the battery charge. As usual, the batteries are designed for 1-2 days of unstoppable work.
It is not a problem if a boat is parked near a pier for five-six days a week and plugged into the power network. The batteries in such a boat are always ready to work for 5-8 hours intensively. When an owner gets back to the shore, they will plug in the batteries for further maintenance. The problems begin when you plan a long-term trip with tents and being in isolated locations. In this case, you have two possible variants: getting another battery and changing it or getting a generator to charge a battery outdoors.