|In the midst of things...the plywood had been removed, revealing some rust requiring remediation|
As can be seen, there are two of them. The boat can accept a combined 60 amps of power, which was probably what the house in which I grew up drew. I never use two shore power cords in daily use, although I occasionally run a second 15 amp line if I'm using a high-draw power tool so I can continue fully charging while I work. Nonetheless, the removal of the plywood sheathing on the pilothouse would leave these sockets literally dangling, so I had to improvise.
|Mrs. Alchemy did the paining, of which there's more to come. We need more paint.|
|If I weld and run the A/C, I'll need 30 more amps.|
|I had to lengthen the wires a touch, so self-amalgamating tape to the rescue.|