The length of the mizzen boom on the Sharki does not allow for a stern mounted arch or pole but I agree with you that it is the best place to mount solar panels if practical. I am not familiar with the Euro but perhaps it is possible if the overhang of the boom is not as great.
As the Sharki and Euros will be different in shape and dimensions the details of my installation will probably not apply to your boat, however they may be similar enough for you to get the general idea. The linear drive is mounted under the Starboard aft cabin berth next to the rudder quadrant. It is a very tight fit as there is less than 10mm clearance due to the hull shape. I would suggest that you make a template of the drive to see if you have enough room to fit one at all in your boat.
The solar panel mountings are ones that I bought from NOA.se and modified as the stainless steel rail on our boat is 23mm and the fittings come in either 22mm or 25mm. They come as a kit with the bars and clamps although I did modify the clamping arrangement so that I could slide the panels in or out on the bars. As far as output is concerned the best I have seen is 9A with the sun directly overhead, Dave is correct that one is usually shaded and that dramatically affects output. It it much better than not having the panels and adds a useful contribution to battery charging particularly when the sun is low and both panels can be angled towards it.
I do not have any other photos but will try to take some detailed ones of the panel clamps next time I am at the boat.
From: Dave_Benjamin <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, 30 December 2012, 4:42
Subject: [Amel] Re: Sharki modifications and additions
We have our solar panels mounted in similar fashion. We plan to relocate them to a stern pole. The problem with rail mount is you often have one shaded.
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