I am hoping someone who has the Mainship 30 Pilot II Sedan or a similar setup could help me with the best options to snake wires from the helm to the hardtop and also to the cabin. I am planning to install some new electronics that need wiring to the hardtop as well as a TV and a couple of 12v outlets to the port and starboard cabin space. The hardtop has great access panels and tunnels overhead once the wires make it up there, but I can see no easy way to snake the wires to the hardtop access panels from the helm below. Apparently both the port and starboard sides have tunnels within the walls of the supporting hardtop structure that connect to the hardtop access panels. I cannot see any easy way to access these tunnels from within the hinged helm electronics access space. The route to the cabin wiring is equally mysterious (runs behind or above the head in the cabin to starboard and who knows where to cross over to the port side for wiring to port tunnel to the hardtop or to the galley below). Any suggestions would be appreciated. I have included a couple of photos.
In the image below, the heavy wire to the right of the starboard front window is the radar wire which goes to the access panel where the fan is. I assume it's not within the tunnel because of it's thickness.
The access panels on the hardtop make snaking wire easy, it's getting the wire up here that is the problem. It appears there are 2 tunnels to the hard top, one on the starboard side and one on the port. The present gps antenna runs up the port tunnel and the starboard tunnel holds most of the power wires for lights, fans, etc.
The image below is from a sister ship but looks like my interior. I would like to add a TV in a similar position above the locker on the starboard side, I need to be able to run 12v and a TV antenna cable from the helm. I would also like to run a 12v outlet to the port side galley.