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Problem solved. There's a straight, clear shot from the aft water tank hose through to under the bottom drawer in galley. Easy...
No bimini, at least not yet. Dodger isn't optimal, but they won't be permanently installed so I can reposition if need at anchor.
Ok, I believe I found the path from the aft locker to the batteries — it follows the aft water tank hose which I can access through the locker.

Now, any advice on best way to push the 10 guage solar wire along the 4 to 5' where the water hose runs.  There seems to be enough space where it enters below the locker.

Hey all, I am planning to install flexible solar panels on my dodger. I feel like I understand all I need to do. It will be a quasi-permanent installation to begin with. Seeking advice on best way to run the wires. Thinking I would just feed them thru the starboard port under the dodger, repurpose the outlet on the locker to run through there. Trying to avoid punching holes as much as possible....

My question is this: does anyone know how I can best run the wire from there to the batteries under the starboard settee? If I can get them under the sink, I'm home free. Thoughts?

Salt Whistle
2003 #1651
Hi, is your stack pack still available?
Looking for a C34 main, standard rig, prefer full battens, in good or better condition. Two reef points. We are in the SF Bay Area if pick up available. Will pay reasonable shipping costs as well.