- High-efficiency outboard with integrated 915 Wh high-performance lithium battery
- Including onboard computer with GPS-based range calculation and charger
- Ultra-quiet (33db), clean and compact
- Silent direct-drive
- Instantaneous throttle response
- Improved durability
- 3 HP equivalent
- Completely waterproof (IP67)
- Total weight: 17.3 kg (S) / 17.7 kg (L)
- Shaft length: short 62.5 cm / long 75 cm
- Item number: 1151-00 | EAN: 4260113695371
- Equipment included: Travel 1103 C with battery, charger & emergency magnetic kill switch
- Please order Al Anode Set for fresh and salt water separately
- Warranty: 2 years for non-commercial use
- California residents please click here for Prop 65 warning
Products for Travel 1103 CS
Travel 1103 C
The 1103 C model is the top-of-the-line model of our globally successful Travel series. Featuring a direct-drive motor design, it comes with the high-capacity 915 Wh battery – a range-extending 73% increase in capacity compared to the base model. The 1103 C delivers 1,100 W, a strong aluminium pylon for increased protection from impact damage and an upgraded transom mount.
Travel 1103 – Benefits:
- With its integrated lithium battery and its outstanding efficiency, the Travel is the alternative to a small petrol outboard
- Can do everything that a 3 HP petrol outboard can, plus it’s environmentally friendlier, quieter, lighter and more convenient
- Completely waterproof (IP67)
- Instantaneous throttle response
- On-board computer with GPS-based calculation of remaining range
- Solar rechargeable – including during the voyage
- Can be easily dismantled for transport and space-saving storage; the outboard on its own weighs only 11.3 kg (S) / 11.7 kg (L)
- A clean affair: no matter how or where you store your Travel – there’s no risk of leakage or petrol smells
On-board computer with GPS-based range calculation:
audible alarm issued when battery charge is low
All connections and components waterproof to IP67Emergency magnetic kill switch:
stops the motor in emergencies without impairing its waterproof qualitiesCharging socket and USB port: for charging with onshore power, from 12 V battery or solar. The Travel can also be used as a power source for smartphones, lamps etc. via a USB adapterHigh-performance lithium battery integrated into the outboard: high energy density, excellent high-current capacity, safeLong-shaft and short-shaft versions available – just as you needSilent direct-drive & instantaneous throttle response
Travel 1103 C with integrated 915 Wh battery (29.6 V / 31 Ah)
Speed in knots (km/h)* Range in sm (km)* Running time in hours: Slow 2.0 (3.7) 40.0 (74.0) 20:00 Half throttle 3.0 (5.5) 18.0 (33.0) 06:00 Full throttle 5.5 (10.0) 4.6 (8.3) 00:50
* Depends on type of boat, load, propeller and conditions. Speed and range indications do not represent a legal guarantee.
Information on range and speed
For a displacement boat making way through the water, the required propulsive power increases in proportion to the cube of the speed. This means that if you want to double your speed, you need eight times as much power.
And vice-versa, a small reduction in speed is enough to increase the achievable range substantially.
The Torqeedo Travel's on-board computer calculates the remaining range constantly, by linking the motor's consumption data with the charging level of the batteries, and the speed over the ground from the GPS. This allows you to read the remaining range in real time from the motor display or the smartphone app TorqTrac.
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Technical Data Travel
Travel 1103 C Input power in watts 1100 Propulsive power in watts 520 Comparable petrol outboards (propulsive power) 3 HP Comparable petrol outboards (thrust) 4 HP Maximum overall efficiency in % 49 Static thrust in lbs* 70 Integrated battery 915 Wh Li-Ion Nominal voltage 29.6 Final charging voltage 33.6 Total weight in kg 17.3 (S) / 17.7 (L) Motor weight without battery in kg 11.3 (S) / 11.7 (L) Weight of integrated battery 6.0 Shaft length in cm 62.5 (S) / 75 (L) Standard propeller
v = speed in km/h at p = power in watts
v10/p1100 Alternative propeller options v10/p1100 weedless Propeller Guide Maximum propeller speed in rpm 1,450 Control Tiller TorqLink No Steering +/-60° lockable Tilting device Manual, with impact protection, 78° Trim device Manual, 4-step Integrated on-board computer Yes Stepless forward/reverse drive Yes* Torqeedo static thrust measurement is based on internationally accepted ISO standards. Static thrust figures for conventional trolling motors are typically measured differently, which results in higher values. To compare Torqeedo static thrust data with conventional trolling motors, add approximately 50% to the Torqeedo static thrust values.
Technical information according to COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) 2019/1782:
Technical information: Power Supply EDAC EA11012E-240 Input Voltage 100 - 240 VAC Input Frequency 50 - 60 Hz Output Voltage 24 VDC Output Current 4,16 A Output Power 100 W Average operational efficiency ≥ 89 % at 25 %, 50 %, 75 %, 100 % output power Efficiency at light loads (10 %) ≥ 79 % No Load Power consumption ≤ 0,15 Wat at 0 % output power
Your information material – Everything at a glance
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Which Travel for which boat?
Travel models are suitable for inflatables and other small boats.
For sailboats up to 1000 kg we recommend the Travel 603. The Travel 1103 easily propels up to 1.5 tons.
Both models provide similar performance on the same boat at the same speed.
However, the Travel 1103 C has a higher maximum power and offers more battery capacity, providing longer range.
And when the battery is empty – how does it take until I can be on the move again?
That depends on the solution you have opted for.
You could of course take a spare battery with you, which will ensure you can be on the move again immediately.
Or you could connect a solar charger (accessory) and charge it while you’re on the move.
How does solar charging work?
Unfold or unroll the solar charger, apply its waterproof connector to the Travel and get started.
You can use it while being out on the water and while operating the motor or you can use it on land.
Two different solar chargers are available for the Travel, depending on the model year.
What is the life expectancy of lithium batteries?
The life expectancy of lithium batteries in recreational use is, more or less, independent of charging cycles. There is no memory effect either, i.e. you can fully charge them after each trip irrespective of the charge status shown in the display.
Generally speaking, a capacity loss of approx. 4 % per year is to be expected. Capacity loss will, however, accelerate if the battery is permanently exposed to heat. Also storing the battery always fully charged will accelerate ageing. There are no concerns about using the battery in high temperatures, we recommend that you take the battery out of the sun and store it in a cool place after use.
Your battery must be returned to a Torqeedo Service Centre for service 8 years after the date of manufacture.
Heat – don't batteries suffer damage at high temperatures?
No, because we've integrated a temperature protection mode. Motor power is automatically reduced before the battery gets too hot until the temperature returns to a level where there is no risk of damage to the battery. This function is represented in the display with a thermometer.
What capacity does the integrated battery provide?
The Travel 603 battery has a capacity of 500 Wh, which means 18 Ah at 29.6 V. For the Travel 1103 this is an impressive 915 Wh, or 31 Ah at 29.6 V.
How safe is the Travel?
With its emergency kill switch – very safe. The motor only runs when the emergency magnetic stop key is placed in the prescribed position on the remote throttle or tiller.
The magnetic pin should always be attached to your wrist or to your life jacket. Should you fall overboard, the magnetic key will go with you and the motor will stop immediately. This prevents the risk of injury from the propeller under water.
What is the warranty?
There is a two-year warranty on the Travel from the date of purchase.