Our pair of Kyocera 140 watt solar panels do a pretty good job.
But we've still needed to supplement with the generator...until now.
I added a pair of Renogy 100 watt semi-flexible panels.
I chose the semiflex panels because they are so much thinner than the glass panels. I attached them to 3/8" Celtex PVC sheets that I finished off with PVC edge trim.
These are "flip-out" panels that are mounted to PVC pipe riding on the lifelines.
When deployed, they are propped up with a stainless steel prop rod and Bimini hardware.
When we go to a dock, they can be flipped down and tucked inside the toe rail. I also made a cover of 1/4" Celtex with the PVC trim that velcro's over the panels to protect them from protruding items on dock pilings.
I also added a second Blue Sky charge controller for these two panels.
With these additional panels, we have not come close to needing the generator; even when running my power hog video editing computer system.
We're totally power self sufficient with 480 watts of solar. Seriously thinking of selling the wind generator!