Originally Posted by FF
If you are handy , and its only for one or two boats , a commercial electrical store will have fine waterproof GRP boxes you can build up what you want.
As a minimum 250/50 marine and 125/30marine and 120/ 15 house plug would be useful with each protected by a breaker.
Less than half price of the pretty commercial marina units.
And probably more durable.....I couldn't believe the number of broken and severely corroded fixtures that I came across this year to/from Florida that were on standard posts.
Also of note, my power cord would not fit into the single, yellow 50A fixtures because of the locking ring. I had to cut it off to use that type of receptacle. For the ones with exposed female ends, no issue, but they were also the worst corroded ones.
Casper Marina in Swansboro had a pretty good idea, they hardwired pigtails with the female connectors that were just long enough to nearly reach the dock. No stress from some 90 degree connection, especially nice for the 30A.